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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 and Nudorthordes adults 37Protorthodes rufula ♀, USA, California, Sonoma Co., Petaluma 38Protorthodes rufula ♀, USA, California, San Diego Co., Mira Mesa at Penasquitos Canyon 39Protorthodes ustulata ♂ paratype, USA, Colorado, Larimer Co., Viestenz-Smith Mtn Park W of Loveland, 5700’ 40Protorthodes ustulata ♀, USA, New Mexico, Grant Co., Signal Peak, 8020’, 32°55.62’N, 108°09.91 W41Protorthodes alfkenii ♀, USA, California, San Bernardino Co., San Bernardino Mts, Cactus Flats, 6100’ 42Protorthodes alfkenii ♂, USA, Arizona, Cochise Co., Huachuca Mts, Carr Canyon, 5600’ 43Protorthodes alfkenii ♀, USA, California, Ventura Co., Cuyama Valley, Apache Canyon 44Protorthodes antennata ♂, USA, Arizona, Pima Co., Madera Canyon, 4600’ 45Protorthodes antennata ♀, USA, Arizona, Pima Co., Baboquivari Mts 46Nudorthodes texana ♂, USA, Texas, San Patricio Co., Sinton 47Nudorthodes texana ♂, USA, Utah, Grand Co., Sego Canyon, 5900’, 39°03.00'N, 109°43.42'W48Nudorthodes texana ♂, USA, Nevada, Humboldt Co., Winnemucca Mts, 5600’ 49Nudorthodes texana ♂, USA, California, Yuma Co., Yuma 50Nudorthodes variabilis ♂, USA, California, Los Angeles Co., La Tuna Canyon 51Nudorthodes variabilis ♂, USA, California, San Diego Co., Mira Mesa 52Nudorthodes molino holotype ♂, USA, Arizona, Pima Co., Santa Catalina Mts, mi 5.5 Mt. Lemon Hwy, 4400’ 53Nudorthodes molino paratype ♀, USA, Arizona, Pima Co., Baboquivari Mts, Brown Canyon, 4100’ 54Nudorthodes molino paratype ♀, USA, Arizona, Santa Catalina Mts, mi 5.7 Mt. Lemon Hwy, 4400’.
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Figure 3: Protorthodes and Nudorthordes adults 37Protorthodes rufula ♀, USA, California, Sonoma Co., Petaluma 38Protorthodes rufula ♀, USA, California, San Diego Co., Mira Mesa at Penasquitos Canyon 39Protorthodes ustulata ♂ paratype, USA, Colorado, Larimer Co., Viestenz-Smith Mtn Park W of Loveland, 5700’ 40Protorthodes ustulata ♀, USA, New Mexico, Grant Co., Signal Peak, 8020’, 32°55.62’N, 108°09.91 W41Protorthodes alfkenii ♀, USA, California, San Bernardino Co., San Bernardino Mts, Cactus Flats, 6100’ 42Protorthodes alfkenii ♂, USA, Arizona, Cochise Co., Huachuca Mts, Carr Canyon, 5600’ 43Protorthodes alfkenii ♀, USA, California, Ventura Co., Cuyama Valley, Apache Canyon 44Protorthodes antennata ♂, USA, Arizona, Pima Co., Madera Canyon, 4600’ 45Protorthodes antennata ♀, USA, Arizona, Pima Co., Baboquivari Mts 46Nudorthodes texana ♂, USA, Texas, San Patricio Co., Sinton 47Nudorthodes texana ♂, USA, Utah, Grand Co., Sego Canyon, 5900’, 39°03.00'N, 109°43.42'W48Nudorthodes texana ♂, USA, Nevada, Humboldt Co., Winnemucca Mts, 5600’ 49Nudorthodes texana ♂, USA, California, Yuma Co., Yuma 50Nudorthodes variabilis ♂, USA, California, Los Angeles Co., La Tuna Canyon 51Nudorthodes variabilis ♂, USA, California, San Diego Co., Mira Mesa 52Nudorthodes molino holotype ♂, USA, Arizona, Pima Co., Santa Catalina Mts, mi 5.5 Mt. Lemon Hwy, 4400’ 53Nudorthodes molino paratype ♀, USA, Arizona, Pima Co., Baboquivari Mts, Brown Canyon, 4100’ 54Nudorthodes molino paratype ♀, USA, Arizona, Santa Catalina Mts, mi 5.7 Mt. Lemon Hwy, 4400’.

Mentions: Figs 33–38, 66, 83; Map 10


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 and Nudorthordes adults 37Protorthodes rufula ♀, USA, California, Sonoma Co., Petaluma 38Protorthodes rufula ♀, USA, California, San Diego Co., Mira Mesa at Penasquitos Canyon 39Protorthodes ustulata ♂ paratype, USA, Colorado, Larimer Co., Viestenz-Smith Mtn Park W of Loveland, 5700’ 40Protorthodes ustulata ♀, USA, New Mexico, Grant Co., Signal Peak, 8020’, 32°55.62’N, 108°09.91 W41Protorthodes alfkenii ♀, USA, California, San Bernardino Co., San Bernardino Mts, Cactus Flats, 6100’ 42Protorthodes alfkenii ♂, USA, Arizona, Cochise Co., Huachuca Mts, Carr Canyon, 5600’ 43Protorthodes alfkenii ♀, USA, California, Ventura Co., Cuyama Valley, Apache Canyon 44Protorthodes antennata ♂, USA, Arizona, Pima Co., Madera Canyon, 4600’ 45Protorthodes antennata ♀, USA, Arizona, Pima Co., Baboquivari Mts 46Nudorthodes texana ♂, USA, Texas, San Patricio Co., Sinton 47Nudorthodes texana ♂, USA, Utah, Grand Co., Sego Canyon, 5900’, 39°03.00'N, 109°43.42'W48Nudorthodes texana ♂, USA, Nevada, Humboldt Co., Winnemucca Mts, 5600’ 49Nudorthodes texana ♂, USA, California, Yuma Co., Yuma 50Nudorthodes variabilis ♂, USA, California, Los Angeles Co., La Tuna Canyon 51Nudorthodes variabilis ♂, USA, California, San Diego Co., Mira Mesa 52Nudorthodes molino holotype ♂, USA, Arizona, Pima Co., Santa Catalina Mts, mi 5.5 Mt. Lemon Hwy, 4400’ 53Nudorthodes molino paratype ♀, USA, Arizona, Pima Co., Baboquivari Mts, Brown Canyon, 4100’ 54Nudorthodes molino paratype ♀, USA, Arizona, Santa Catalina Mts, mi 5.7 Mt. Lemon Hwy, 4400’.
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Figure 3: Protorthodes and Nudorthordes adults 37Protorthodes rufula ♀, USA, California, Sonoma Co., Petaluma 38Protorthodes rufula ♀, USA, California, San Diego Co., Mira Mesa at Penasquitos Canyon 39Protorthodes ustulata ♂ paratype, USA, Colorado, Larimer Co., Viestenz-Smith Mtn Park W of Loveland, 5700’ 40Protorthodes ustulata ♀, USA, New Mexico, Grant Co., Signal Peak, 8020’, 32°55.62’N, 108°09.91 W41Protorthodes alfkenii ♀, USA, California, San Bernardino Co., San Bernardino Mts, Cactus Flats, 6100’ 42Protorthodes alfkenii ♂, USA, Arizona, Cochise Co., Huachuca Mts, Carr Canyon, 5600’ 43Protorthodes alfkenii ♀, USA, California, Ventura Co., Cuyama Valley, Apache Canyon 44Protorthodes antennata ♂, USA, Arizona, Pima Co., Madera Canyon, 4600’ 45Protorthodes antennata ♀, USA, Arizona, Pima Co., Baboquivari Mts 46Nudorthodes texana ♂, USA, Texas, San Patricio Co., Sinton 47Nudorthodes texana ♂, USA, Utah, Grand Co., Sego Canyon, 5900’, 39°03.00'N, 109°43.42'W48Nudorthodes texana ♂, USA, Nevada, Humboldt Co., Winnemucca Mts, 5600’ 49Nudorthodes texana ♂, USA, California, Yuma Co., Yuma 50Nudorthodes variabilis ♂, USA, California, Los Angeles Co., La Tuna Canyon 51Nudorthodes variabilis ♂, USA, California, San Diego Co., Mira Mesa 52Nudorthodes molino holotype ♂, USA, Arizona, Pima Co., Santa Catalina Mts, mi 5.5 Mt. Lemon Hwy, 4400’ 53Nudorthodes molino paratype ♀, USA, Arizona, Pima Co., Baboquivari Mts, Brown Canyon, 4100’ 54Nudorthodes molino paratype ♀, USA, Arizona, Santa Catalina Mts, mi 5.7 Mt. Lemon Hwy, 4400’.
Mentions: Figs 33–38, 66, 83; Map 10

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.


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