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A revision of the genus Protorthodes McDunnough with descriptions of a new genus and four new species (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae, Noctuinae, Eriopygini).

Lafontaine JD, Walsh JB, Ferris CD - Zookeys (2014)

Bottom Line: The genus Protorthodes McDunnough is revised to include 15 species including P. ustulata Lafontaine, Walsh & Ferris, sp. n., from southwestern United States, P. texicana Lafontaine, sp. n., from Texas and Mexico, and P. mexicana Lafontaine, sp. n., from Mexico.A new genus, Nudorthodes Lafontaine, Walsh & Ferris, is proposed for two species formerly included in Protorthodes, P. texana (Smith, 1900), comb. n., and P. variabilis (Barnes & McDunnough, 1912), comb. n., and N. molino Lafontaine, Walsh & Ferris, sp. n., described from southern Arizona.A key to species, descriptions, illustrations of adults and genitalia, and distribution maps are included.

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Affiliation: Canadian National Collection of Insects, Arachnids, and Nematodes, Biodiversity Program, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, KW Neatby Bldg., C.E.F., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0C6.

ABSTRACT
The genus Protorthodes McDunnough is revised to include 15 species including P. ustulata Lafontaine, Walsh & Ferris, sp. n., from southwestern United States, P. texicana Lafontaine, sp. n., from Texas and Mexico, and P. mexicana Lafontaine, sp. n., from Mexico. A new genus, Nudorthodes Lafontaine, Walsh & Ferris, is proposed for two species formerly included in Protorthodes, P. texana (Smith, 1900), comb. n., and P. variabilis (Barnes & McDunnough, 1912), comb. n., and N. molino Lafontaine, Walsh & Ferris, sp. n., described from southern Arizona. A key to species, descriptions, illustrations of adults and genitalia, and distribution maps are included.

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Protorthodes adults 1Protorthodes curtica ♂, USA, California, San Diego Co., Palomar Mountain Rd, 4800’ 2Protorthodes curtica ♂, USA, Washington, Douglas Co., Pine Canyon 4 mi ENE Orono, 2200–2360’ 3Protorthodes curtica ♀, Canada, British Columbia, Seton Lake 4Protorthodes eureka ♂, USA, Colorado, Moffat Co., Dinosaur National Monument, Harper’s Corner Road Canyon Overlook, 7840’ 5Protorthodes eureka ♂, USA, Wyoming, 28 mi NW Riverton 5700’ 6Protorthodes eureka ♀, USA, Colorado, Moffat Co., Dinosaur National Monument, Harper’s Corner Road Canyon Overlook, 7840’ 7Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, Wyoming, Laramie 7500’, 41°17'N, 105°31'W8Protorthodes incincta ♂, Canada, Alberta, Lethbridge 9Protorthodes incincta ♂, Canada, Alberta, Manyberries, Dominion Range Station 10Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, Colorado, Moffat Co., Dinosaur National Monument, Poole Creek Canyon 5200’ 11Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, Wyoming, 7498’ (2287 m), 41°17.866'N, 105°31.519'W12Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, Colorado, Chaffee Co., Buena Vista 7800’ 13Protorthodes incincta ♂, Canada, Alberta, Dinosaur Prov. Park 2100’, 50°41'N, 111°30'W14Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, New Mexico, Grant Co., 4360’, 32°50.86’N, 108°35.56 W15Protorthodes incincta ♂, Canada, Ontario, Long Point, 42°34.82’N, 80°24.61 W16Protorthodes incincta ♀, USA, Nevada, 7 mi S Silver Springs, 4200’ 17Protorthodes argentoppida ♂, USA, New Mexico, Sandoval Co., La Jara Canyon, Jemez Mts, 7400’ 18Protorthodes argentoppida ♂, USA, New Mexico, Catron Co., 6200’, 33°39.99'N, 108°52.34 W.
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Figure 1: Protorthodes adults 1Protorthodes curtica ♂, USA, California, San Diego Co., Palomar Mountain Rd, 4800’ 2Protorthodes curtica ♂, USA, Washington, Douglas Co., Pine Canyon 4 mi ENE Orono, 2200–2360’ 3Protorthodes curtica ♀, Canada, British Columbia, Seton Lake 4Protorthodes eureka ♂, USA, Colorado, Moffat Co., Dinosaur National Monument, Harper’s Corner Road Canyon Overlook, 7840’ 5Protorthodes eureka ♂, USA, Wyoming, 28 mi NW Riverton 5700’ 6Protorthodes eureka ♀, USA, Colorado, Moffat Co., Dinosaur National Monument, Harper’s Corner Road Canyon Overlook, 7840’ 7Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, Wyoming, Laramie 7500’, 41°17'N, 105°31'W8Protorthodes incincta ♂, Canada, Alberta, Lethbridge 9Protorthodes incincta ♂, Canada, Alberta, Manyberries, Dominion Range Station 10Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, Colorado, Moffat Co., Dinosaur National Monument, Poole Creek Canyon 5200’ 11Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, Wyoming, 7498’ (2287 m), 41°17.866'N, 105°31.519'W12Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, Colorado, Chaffee Co., Buena Vista 7800’ 13Protorthodes incincta ♂, Canada, Alberta, Dinosaur Prov. Park 2100’, 50°41'N, 111°30'W14Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, New Mexico, Grant Co., 4360’, 32°50.86’N, 108°35.56 W15Protorthodes incincta ♂, Canada, Ontario, Long Point, 42°34.82’N, 80°24.61 W16Protorthodes incincta ♀, USA, Nevada, 7 mi S Silver Springs, 4200’ 17Protorthodes argentoppida ♂, USA, New Mexico, Sandoval Co., La Jara Canyon, Jemez Mts, 7400’ 18Protorthodes argentoppida ♂, USA, New Mexico, Catron Co., 6200’, 33°39.99'N, 108°52.34 W.

Mentions: Figs 1–3, 55, 73; Map 1


A revision of the genus Protorthodes McDunnough with descriptions of a new genus and four new species (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae, Noctuinae, Eriopygini).

Lafontaine JD, Walsh JB, Ferris CD - Zookeys (2014)

Protorthodes adults 1Protorthodes curtica ♂, USA, California, San Diego Co., Palomar Mountain Rd, 4800’ 2Protorthodes curtica ♂, USA, Washington, Douglas Co., Pine Canyon 4 mi ENE Orono, 2200–2360’ 3Protorthodes curtica ♀, Canada, British Columbia, Seton Lake 4Protorthodes eureka ♂, USA, Colorado, Moffat Co., Dinosaur National Monument, Harper’s Corner Road Canyon Overlook, 7840’ 5Protorthodes eureka ♂, USA, Wyoming, 28 mi NW Riverton 5700’ 6Protorthodes eureka ♀, USA, Colorado, Moffat Co., Dinosaur National Monument, Harper’s Corner Road Canyon Overlook, 7840’ 7Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, Wyoming, Laramie 7500’, 41°17'N, 105°31'W8Protorthodes incincta ♂, Canada, Alberta, Lethbridge 9Protorthodes incincta ♂, Canada, Alberta, Manyberries, Dominion Range Station 10Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, Colorado, Moffat Co., Dinosaur National Monument, Poole Creek Canyon 5200’ 11Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, Wyoming, 7498’ (2287 m), 41°17.866'N, 105°31.519'W12Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, Colorado, Chaffee Co., Buena Vista 7800’ 13Protorthodes incincta ♂, Canada, Alberta, Dinosaur Prov. Park 2100’, 50°41'N, 111°30'W14Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, New Mexico, Grant Co., 4360’, 32°50.86’N, 108°35.56 W15Protorthodes incincta ♂, Canada, Ontario, Long Point, 42°34.82’N, 80°24.61 W16Protorthodes incincta ♀, USA, Nevada, 7 mi S Silver Springs, 4200’ 17Protorthodes argentoppida ♂, USA, New Mexico, Sandoval Co., La Jara Canyon, Jemez Mts, 7400’ 18Protorthodes argentoppida ♂, USA, New Mexico, Catron Co., 6200’, 33°39.99'N, 108°52.34 W.
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Figure 1: Protorthodes adults 1Protorthodes curtica ♂, USA, California, San Diego Co., Palomar Mountain Rd, 4800’ 2Protorthodes curtica ♂, USA, Washington, Douglas Co., Pine Canyon 4 mi ENE Orono, 2200–2360’ 3Protorthodes curtica ♀, Canada, British Columbia, Seton Lake 4Protorthodes eureka ♂, USA, Colorado, Moffat Co., Dinosaur National Monument, Harper’s Corner Road Canyon Overlook, 7840’ 5Protorthodes eureka ♂, USA, Wyoming, 28 mi NW Riverton 5700’ 6Protorthodes eureka ♀, USA, Colorado, Moffat Co., Dinosaur National Monument, Harper’s Corner Road Canyon Overlook, 7840’ 7Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, Wyoming, Laramie 7500’, 41°17'N, 105°31'W8Protorthodes incincta ♂, Canada, Alberta, Lethbridge 9Protorthodes incincta ♂, Canada, Alberta, Manyberries, Dominion Range Station 10Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, Colorado, Moffat Co., Dinosaur National Monument, Poole Creek Canyon 5200’ 11Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, Wyoming, 7498’ (2287 m), 41°17.866'N, 105°31.519'W12Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, Colorado, Chaffee Co., Buena Vista 7800’ 13Protorthodes incincta ♂, Canada, Alberta, Dinosaur Prov. Park 2100’, 50°41'N, 111°30'W14Protorthodes incincta ♂, USA, New Mexico, Grant Co., 4360’, 32°50.86’N, 108°35.56 W15Protorthodes incincta ♂, Canada, Ontario, Long Point, 42°34.82’N, 80°24.61 W16Protorthodes incincta ♀, USA, Nevada, 7 mi S Silver Springs, 4200’ 17Protorthodes argentoppida ♂, USA, New Mexico, Sandoval Co., La Jara Canyon, Jemez Mts, 7400’ 18Protorthodes argentoppida ♂, USA, New Mexico, Catron Co., 6200’, 33°39.99'N, 108°52.34 W.
Mentions: Figs 1–3, 55, 73; Map 1

Bottom Line: The genus Protorthodes McDunnough is revised to include 15 species including P. ustulata Lafontaine, Walsh & Ferris, sp. n., from southwestern United States, P. texicana Lafontaine, sp. n., from Texas and Mexico, and P. mexicana Lafontaine, sp. n., from Mexico.A new genus, Nudorthodes Lafontaine, Walsh & Ferris, is proposed for two species formerly included in Protorthodes, P. texana (Smith, 1900), comb. n., and P. variabilis (Barnes & McDunnough, 1912), comb. n., and N. molino Lafontaine, Walsh & Ferris, sp. n., described from southern Arizona.A key to species, descriptions, illustrations of adults and genitalia, and distribution maps are included.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Canadian National Collection of Insects, Arachnids, and Nematodes, Biodiversity Program, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, KW Neatby Bldg., C.E.F., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0C6.

ABSTRACT
The genus Protorthodes McDunnough is revised to include 15 species including P. ustulata Lafontaine, Walsh & Ferris, sp. n., from southwestern United States, P. texicana Lafontaine, sp. n., from Texas and Mexico, and P. mexicana Lafontaine, sp. n., from Mexico. A new genus, Nudorthodes Lafontaine, Walsh & Ferris, is proposed for two species formerly included in Protorthodes, P. texana (Smith, 1900), comb. n., and P. variabilis (Barnes & McDunnough, 1912), comb. n., and N. molino Lafontaine, Walsh & Ferris, sp. n., described from southern Arizona. A key to species, descriptions, illustrations of adults and genitalia, and distribution maps are included.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus