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The Disphragis notabilis (Schaus) species-group in Costa Rica (Lepidoptera, Notodontidae).

Sullivan JB, Pogue MG - Zookeys (2014)

Bottom Line: The known ranges of the other species are outlined.Defining characters of each species are presented and a key to species is provided.Unusual variation in the genitalia is noted.

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Affiliation: 200 Craven Street, Beaufort, North Carolina 28516.

ABSTRACT
The four described taxa in the Disphragis notabilis (Schaus) species-group are reviewed, including the types and their dissected genitalia. Disphragis hemicera (Schaus), stat. rev., is elevated to species rank, D. normula (Dognin) is retained as a synonym of D. notabilis, D. sobolis Miller is confirmed as distinct from D. hemicera, and D. bifurcata sp. n., is newly described. Both D. hemicera and D. bifurcata occur in Costa Rica. The known ranges of the other species are outlined. Defining characters of each species are presented and a key to species is provided. Unusual variation in the genitalia is noted.

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Variable genital plates of Disphratis hemicera from Costa Rica. 26 Costa Rica (JBS-3049) 27 Costa Rica (JBS-3041) 28 Costa Rica (JBS-3050) 29 Costa Rica (JBS-3046).
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Figure 7: Variable genital plates of Disphratis hemicera from Costa Rica. 26 Costa Rica (JBS-3049) 27 Costa Rica (JBS-3041) 28 Costa Rica (JBS-3050) 29 Costa Rica (JBS-3046).

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The Disphragis notabilis (Schaus) species-group in Costa Rica (Lepidoptera, Notodontidae).

Sullivan JB, Pogue MG - Zookeys (2014)

Variable genital plates of Disphratis hemicera from Costa Rica. 26 Costa Rica (JBS-3049) 27 Costa Rica (JBS-3041) 28 Costa Rica (JBS-3050) 29 Costa Rica (JBS-3046).
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Figure 7: Variable genital plates of Disphratis hemicera from Costa Rica. 26 Costa Rica (JBS-3049) 27 Costa Rica (JBS-3041) 28 Costa Rica (JBS-3050) 29 Costa Rica (JBS-3046).
Mentions: Figs 2, 5, 11, 15, 19, 23, 26–29

Bottom Line: The known ranges of the other species are outlined.Defining characters of each species are presented and a key to species is provided.Unusual variation in the genitalia is noted.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: 200 Craven Street, Beaufort, North Carolina 28516.

ABSTRACT
The four described taxa in the Disphragis notabilis (Schaus) species-group are reviewed, including the types and their dissected genitalia. Disphragis hemicera (Schaus), stat. rev., is elevated to species rank, D. normula (Dognin) is retained as a synonym of D. notabilis, D. sobolis Miller is confirmed as distinct from D. hemicera, and D. bifurcata sp. n., is newly described. Both D. hemicera and D. bifurcata occur in Costa Rica. The known ranges of the other species are outlined. Defining characters of each species are presented and a key to species is provided. Unusual variation in the genitalia is noted.

No MeSH data available.