Male Dicronocephalus wallichi burgoini, copyright J. Oldrich.

Belongs within: Cetoniinae.

Dicronocephalus is an east Asian genus of large beetles with males bearing long front legs and a pair of slender, upcurved, anteriorly projecting horns originating from the anterior corners of the head (Bouchard 2014).

<==Dicronocephalus [Dicronocephalina] B14
    |--D. adamsi B14
    |--D. bieti B14
    |--D. dabryi B14
    |--D. shimomurai B14
    |--D. uenoi B14
    |--D. wallichi (Hope 1831) B14
    |    |--D. w. wallichi B14
    |    |--D. w. bourgoini B14
    |    `--D. w. bowringi B14
    `--D. yui B14

*Type species of generic name indicated


[B14] Bouchard, P. (ed.) 2014. The Book of Beetles: A lifesize guide to six hundred of nature's gems. Ivy Press: Lewes (United Kingdom).

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