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The Phyllodonta latrata (Guenée) species group in Costa Rica (Geometridae, Ennominae).

Sullivan JB - Zookeys (2014)

Bottom Line: Historically, the name Phyllodonta latrata (Guenée) has been applied to what is a complex of three undescribed species in Costa Rica.They are very similar in maculation, but can be differentiated by genitalic characters and barcodes.P. alajuela Sullivan, sp. n. occurs at lower altitudes in the northwestern part of Costa Rica whereas P. intermediata Sullivan, sp. n. and P. esperanza Sullivan, sp. n. are found at partially overlapping altitudes in the central mountain ranges.

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ABSTRACT
Historically, the name Phyllodonta latrata (Guenée) has been applied to what is a complex of three undescribed species in Costa Rica. They are very similar in maculation, but can be differentiated by genitalic characters and barcodes. P. alajuela Sullivan, sp. n. occurs at lower altitudes in the northwestern part of Costa Rica whereas P. intermediata Sullivan, sp. n. and P. esperanza Sullivan, sp. n. are found at partially overlapping altitudes in the central mountain ranges.

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Aedeagi. 5Phyllodonta esperanza6Phyllodonta intermediata.
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The Phyllodonta latrata (Guenée) species group in Costa Rica (Geometridae, Ennominae).

Sullivan JB - Zookeys (2014)

Aedeagi. 5Phyllodonta esperanza6Phyllodonta intermediata.
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Figure 3: Aedeagi. 5Phyllodonta esperanza6Phyllodonta intermediata.
Mentions: Figs 1–5, 16

Bottom Line: Historically, the name Phyllodonta latrata (Guenée) has been applied to what is a complex of three undescribed species in Costa Rica.They are very similar in maculation, but can be differentiated by genitalic characters and barcodes.P. alajuela Sullivan, sp. n. occurs at lower altitudes in the northwestern part of Costa Rica whereas P. intermediata Sullivan, sp. n. and P. esperanza Sullivan, sp. n. are found at partially overlapping altitudes in the central mountain ranges.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: 200 Craven St., Beaufort, North Carolina 28516 USA.

ABSTRACT
Historically, the name Phyllodonta latrata (Guenée) has been applied to what is a complex of three undescribed species in Costa Rica. They are very similar in maculation, but can be differentiated by genitalic characters and barcodes. P. alajuela Sullivan, sp. n. occurs at lower altitudes in the northwestern part of Costa Rica whereas P. intermediata Sullivan, sp. n. and P. esperanza Sullivan, sp. n. are found at partially overlapping altitudes in the central mountain ranges.

No MeSH data available.