- Cucujus tulliae Bonacci, Mazzei, Horak & Brandmayr, 2012
- Holotype: PBC (Department of Ecology of the University of Calabria).
- Type locality: Italy, Central Calabria, Sila National Park, mountains between the Cecita Lake and the Longobucco municipality, 1300–1600 m a. s. l., forests between 39°23'/25'N and 16°32'/35'E.
- Etymology: Tullia Zetto was an active zoologist and teacher of the Department of Ecology of the University of Calabria, who endeavoured for more than 20 years larval morphology and behaviour of carabids and other predatory beetles in Calabria and in several Mediterranean lands.
- Bonacci, T.; Mazzei, A.; Horák, J.; Brandmayr, P. 2012: Cucujus tulliae sp. n. – an endemic Mediterranean saproxylic beetle from genus Cucujus Fabricius, 1775 (Coleoptera, Cucujidae), and keys for identification of adults and larvae native to Europe. ZooKeys 212: 63–79. DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.212.3254 . Reference page.