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https://read.qxmd.com/read/30647390/new-record-of-hergovitsia-bucsek-from-cambodia-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae-lithosiini-with-description-of-a-new-species
#1
Ulziijargal Bayarsaikhan, Karol Bucsek, Yang-Seop Bae
The genus Hergovitsia Bucsek (2012) is reported for the first time in Cambodia, for the new species, Hergovitsia longivirga n. sp. A diagnostic comparison is made with Hergovitsia magnifica Bucsek, 2012. Illustrations of adults and genitalia of the new and all known species are provided, with a key to the genus Hergovitsia on the basis of the external morphology and male genitalia.
December 14, 2018: Zootaxa
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30647316/four-new-species-of-lophilema-aurivillius-1910-from-east-africa-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae-lithosiini
#2
Anton V Volynkin
Four new species of the genus Lophilema, Lophilema mbulu Volynkin, sp. nov. (Tanzania, Mbulu Mts.), Lophilema bilobata Volynkin, sp. nov. (Kenya, Aberdare Range), Lophilema nguru Volynkin, sp. nov. (Tanzania, Nguru Mts.), and Lophilema curva Volynkin, sp. nov. (Tanzania, Nguru Mts.) are described. Adults, male and female genitalia of new and related species are illustrated.
January 4, 2019: Zootaxa
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30647297/a-new-species-of-the-genus-eugoa-walker-1858-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae-from-cambodia
#3
Ulziijargal Bayarsaikhan, Jae Ho Ko, Yang Seop Bae
A new Lithosiini species, Eugoa leucomelaena n. sp. is described from Cambodia. A diagnostic comparison is made with Eugoa arida van Eecke, 1920, E. aridoides Holloway, 2001, E. grandipuncta Bucsek, 2008 and E. gracilisa Bucsek, 2008. Moreover, adult, male and female genitalia of E. arida van Eecke are illustrated for the first time. Illustration of adults, male and female genitalia of the new and closely allied species are presented.
January 7, 2019: Zootaxa
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30619580/flying-between-raindrops-strong-seasonal-turnover-of-several-lepidoptera-groups-in-lowland-rainforests-of-mount-cameroon
#4
Vincent Maicher, Szabolcs Sáfián, Mercy Murkwe, Łukasz Przybyłowicz, Štěpán Janeček, Eric B Fokam, Tomasz Pyrcz, Robert Tropek
Although seasonality in the tropics is often less pronounced than in temperate areas, tropical ecosystems show seasonal dynamics as well. Nevertheless, individual tropical insects' phenological patterns are still poorly understood, especially in the Afrotropics. To fill this gap, we investigated biodiversity patterns of Lepidoptera communities at three rainforest localities in the foothills of Mount Cameroon, West Africa, one of the wettest places in the world. Our multitaxa approach covered six lepidopteran groups (fruit-feeding butterflies and moths, the families Sphingidae, Saturniidae, and Eupterotidae, and the subfamily Arctiinae of Erebidae) with diverse life strategies...
December 2018: Ecology and Evolution
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30486205/three-new-species-of-diduga-moore-1887-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae-from-cambodia
#5
Ulziijargal Bayarsaikhan, Dong June Lee, Yang Seop Bae
Three new species of the genus Diduga, D. dubatolovi n. sp., D. kohkongensis n. sp., and D. bispinosa n. sp. are described from Cambodia along with other five recorded species, D. albicosta Hampson, 1891, D. barlowi Holloway, 2001, D. amoenusa Bucsek, 2012, D. annulata Hampson, 1900, and D. alternota Bucsek, 2014. A key to the Cambodian species of the genus Diduga with illustrations of adults and genitalia are presented.
November 8, 2018: Zootaxa
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30486040/description-of-a-new-species-from-the-genus-eugoa-walker-1858-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae-from-the-solomon-islands
#6
Karol Bucsek, Michal RindoŠ
The genus Eugoa Walker, 1858 belongs to the tribe Lithosiini and occurs across the Old World, excluding the Western Palearctic Region. Currently, it contains around 120 species, most of them distributed across Asia (Bucsek 2016a, b; Dubatolov Bucsek 2016; Schaus 1922). Ten additional species have been described from Australasia (Bethune-Baker 1904; Rothschild 1915). Since the 19th century, several authors have addressed the taxonomy of the genus Eugoa (Buscek 2008, 2012, 2016a, b; Černý Bucsek 2014; Hampson 1891, 1898, 1900; Rothschild 1915; Seitz 1914; Van Eecke 1930), but only a few described their habitat preferences (e...
October 23, 2018: Zootaxa
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30485976/a-review-of-the-genus-afrasura-durante-2009-from-s%C3%A3-o-tom%C3%A3-island-with-descriptions-of-a-new-species-and-a-new-subspecies-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae
#7
Anton V Volynkin, Gyula M LÁszlÓ
Present paper contains a review of the lithosiine genus Afrasura Durante, 2009 from São Tomé Island (Democratic Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe). One new species, A. pectinatissima Volynkin László, sp. nov. and one new subspecies, A. discocellularis saotomensis Volynkin László, ssp. nov. are described. Asura thomensis Rothschild, 1913 is synonymized with Afrasura hieroglyphica (Bethune-Baker, 1911) widely distributed in West Africa. A new combination is established: Afrasura friederikae (Kühne, 2007), comb...
October 31, 2018: Zootaxa
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30337824/a-new-species-of-euchaetes-harris-from-southern-arizona-erebidae-arctiinae
#8
Raymond B Nagle, B Christian Schmidt
Euchaetesnancyae sp. n. is described from southeastern Arizona. Although superficially similar to species of Pygarctia Grote, structural and molecular variation shows it to be most closely related to Euchaeteshelena (Cassino). Adults, genitalic structure, eggs, and first instar larvae are described and illustrated. The larval host plant remains unknown. Euchaeteshelena is confirmed as occurring in Mexico.
2018: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30337823/two-new-species-of-the-neotropical-lophocampahyalinipuncta-rothschild-group-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae
#9
Benoit Vincent
Two new species of Lophocampa Harris are described and illustrated, Lophocampaazuayensis sp. n. , and Lophocampacarpishensis sp. n. Both new species were confused with Lophocampahyalinipuncta (Rothschild, 1909), and a comparative diagnosis is provided.
2018: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30337822/three-species-in-one-a-revision-of-clemensiaalbata-packard-erebidae-arctiinae-lithosiini
#10
B Christian Schmidt, J Bolling Sullivan
Clemensiaalbata Packard, previously thought to be a single, widely distributed North American species, is here shown to consist of three distinct, primarily parapatric species: Clemensiaalbata Packard, C.umbrata Packard, stat. rev. , and Clemensiaochreata Schmidt & Sullivan, sp. n. Adults and genitalic structures of the three species are illustrated.
2018: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30337821/a-new-species-of-hypoprepia-from-the-mountains-of-central-arizona-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae-lithosiini
#11
John Douglas Palting, Douglas C Ferguson, Wendy Moore
A new firefly-mimicking lichen moth of the genus Hypoprepia , H.lampyroides Palting & Ferguson, sp. n. , is described from the mountains of east-central Arizona and the Sierra Madre Occidental of Mexico. Hypoprepia Hübner, 1831 is a North American genus of lithosiine tiger moths, previously consisting of five species: H.fucosa Hübner, 1831 and H.miniata (Kirby, 1837), both of eastern and central North America; H.cadaverosa Strecker, 1878 from the Rocky Mountains into New Mexico and west Texas; H.inculta H...
2018: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30314188/barsine-paraprominens-sp-nov-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae-lithosiini-from-china-with-notes-on-four-new-records
#12
Si-Yao Huang, Shu-Qin Ji, Min Wang, Xiao-Ling Fan
New information of the genus Barsine Walker, 1854 is provided. A new species, Barsine paraprominens Huang Wang sp. nov. is described from Pailong, SE Xizang. Four species: B. pseudomactans Volynkin Černý, 2016, B. anomala (Elwes, 1890), B. pseudocardinalis Volynkin Černý, 2017 and B. ustrina Černý, 2009 are recorded as new to China. The female genitalia of B. ustrina are described for the first time. Adults and genitalia of all species mentioned are illustrated.
August 7, 2018: Zootaxa
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30314134/on-the-taxonomy-of-the-genus-agrisius-walker-1855-with-descriptions-of-two-new-species-from-vietnam-and-laos-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae
#13
Anton V Volynkin, Vladimir V Dubatolov, Yasunori Kishida
Two new species of the genus Agrisius Walker, 1855, A. orhanti Volynkin, Dubatolov Kishida, sp. n. and A. leloii Volynkin, Dubatolov Kishida, sp. n. are described from South Laos and Vietnam respectively. A. orhanti sp. n. belongs to the A. japonicus Leech, 1889 species-group. Whereas, the male genitalia structure of A. leloii sp. n. is intermediate between those of the A. japonicus and the A. guttivitta Walker, 1855 species-groups, therefore, it is assigned to a separated species-group (the A. leloii species-group)...
August 14, 2018: Zootaxa
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30314103/nomenclatural-and-taxonomic-notes-on-three-south-east-asian-species-of-amata-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae-syntomini
#14
Josef J De Freina, Willy de Prins
The taxonomy and nomenclature of three South-East Asian species of Amata all named leopoldi is clarified. Leopoldina leopoldi Hering, 1934 syn. n., is synonymized with Amata sperbius (Fabricius, 1787), Syntomis leopoldi Hering, 1934 is transferred to Amata as Amata leopoldi (Hering, 1934) comb. n. and Syntomis leopoldi Tams, 1935 is renamed as Amata tamsi nom. n., due to its primary homonymy with Syntomis leopoldi Hering, 1934. A synonymic list of the three species is provided, together with a colour plate of the holotypes and other relevant specimens...
August 20, 2018: Zootaxa
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30313963/on-the-taxonomy-of-the-genus-tumicla-wallengren-1863-with-description-of-two-new-species-from-mozambique-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae
#15
Anton V Volynkin, Gyula M LÁszlÓ
The paper presents an overview of the Afrotropical genus Tumicla Wallengren, 1863 and the updated checklist of all currently known species of this genus belonging to the tribe Lithosiini. We propose 18 new combinations: Tumicla atricraspeda (Hampson, 1914), comb. nov., T. calimerae (Durante, 2008), comb. nov., T. congoensis (Kühne, 2007), comb. nov., T. dimidiata (Durante, 2008), comb. nov., T. distyi (Kühne, 2007), comb. nov., T. doa (Kühne, 2007), comb. nov., T. eala (Kühne, 2007), comb. nov., T. fasciata (Durante, 2008), comb...
July 2, 2018: Zootaxa
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30313907/a-brief-review-of-the-genus-lithosarctia-with-the-description-of-a-new-species-from-china-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae
#16
Anton V Volynkin, Aidas Saldaitis, Vytautas ViŠinskas
The genus Lithosarctia Daniel, 1954 is revised. A new species, Lithosarctia (Lithosarctia) witti Volynkin Saldaitis, sp. nov. is described from China (Sichuan Province), together with the description of its biology. The subgenus Ocnogynodes Dubatolov, 1987 is synonymized with Lithosarctia. The female genitalia of Lithosarctia kozlovi Dubatolov, is also described.
July 12, 2018: Zootaxa
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30313761/a-new-species-of-genus-neoaloa-singh-kirti-2015-from-bihar-india-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae-arctiini
#17
Navneet Singh, Rahul Joshi, Jalil Ahmad
A new species, Neoaloa cernyi Singh Joshi, sp. nov. is described from Gular-Ghat of Valmiki Tiger Reserve, Bihar, India. Additionally, the original combination of Aloa collaris Hampson, 1891, comb. rev. is restored.
September 27, 2018: Zootaxa
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30313675/gloora-gen-nov-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae-arctiini-ctenuchina-for-several-agylla-like-arctiinae
#18
Juan Grados, Michel Laguerre, Michael BopprÉ
Gloora gen. nov. is established for Eucereon alba (Druce, 1894), Hyaleucerea mundula (Berg, 1882), Agaraea sericeum (Zerny, 1931), and Gloora canae sp. nov. These species are (re‑)described considering male genitalia in particular and, in case, barcodes. Further species which might fit into Gloora gen. nov. are discussed.
October 8, 2018: Zootaxa
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30313666/a-review-of-the-cyana-bianca-walker-1856-species-group-with-descriptions-of-a-new-species-and-a-new-subspecies-from-indochina-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae
#19
Anton V Volynkin, Karel ČernÝ, Maria S Ivanova
The Cyana bianca (Walker, 1856) species-group is revised. Cyana bianca malayana Bucsek, 2012 is upgraded to the species level. A new species, C. indosinica Volynkin Černý, sp. nov. (China: Yunnan, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam) and a new subspecies, C. quadripartita vieta Volynkin Černý, ssp. nov. (Vietnam) are described.
October 8, 2018: Zootaxa
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30313597/lemyra-elena-a-new-species-from-sichuan-south-western-china-lepidoptera-erebidae-arctiinae
#20
Aidas Saldaitis, Anton V Volynkin, Juozas DÛda
The genus Lemyra Walker, 1856 belongs to the tribe Arctiini of the subfamily Arctiinae Leach, 1815 (family Erebidae Leach, 1815). The genus was revised by Thomas (1990). At present it is subdivided into two subgenera, Lemyra and Thyrgorina Walker, [1865] and includes more than 100 valid species, many of which were described during last three decades (Fang 1993; Inoue 1993; Tshistjakov Kishida 1994; Kirti Gill 2008; Černý 2011; 2014; Černy Pinratana 2009; Dubatolov 2007; 2010; Kirti Singh 2016).
May 7, 2018: Zootaxa
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