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Pseudohampsonella: a new genus of Limacodidae (Lepidoptera: Zygaenoidea) from China, and three new species.

Solovyev AV, Saldaitis A - J. Insect Sci. (2014)

Bottom Line: Solovyev & Saldaitis (Yunnan Province, China), and Pseudohampsonella argenta sp. n.Solovyev & Saldaitis (Yunnan Province, China) are described.The taxonomic position of the genus is discussed.

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Affiliation: Ulyanovsk State Pedagogical University, 100-letiya Lenina sq. 4, RUS-432700, Ulyanovsk, Russia solovyev_alexey@mail.ru.

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Genitalia of some members of stellate-signa limacodid group; 24 — Hampsonella dentata (Hampson, 1893), ♂, India, syntype (in BMNH); 25 — H. arizana (Wileman, 1916), ♂, Taiwan, syntype (in BMNH); 26 — Caissa caissa Hering, 1931, holotype, ♂, India, (in BMNH); 27 — C. aureaSolovyev & Witt, 2009, holotype, ♂, northern Vietnam (in MWM); 28 — C. parenti Orhant, 2000, ♂, central Vietnam (in CAS); 29 — Pseudocaissa apiataSolovyev & Witt, 2009, holotype, ♂, northern Vietnam, ♂ (in MWM); 30 — Apoda limacodes (Hufnagel, 1766), ♂, Ukraine (in MWM); 31 — A. y-inversum (Packard, 1864), ♂, USA, Undiana (in CAS); 32 — Ceratonema butleri Kawada, 1930, ♂, Japan: Yamanashi (in MWM); 33 — Hampsonella dentata (Hampson, 1893), ♀, northern Vietnam (in MWM); 34 — H. membraSolovyev & Witt, 2009, ♀, northern Vietnam (in CAS); 35 — Caissa fasciatum (Hampson, 1893), ♀, northern Myanmar (in MWM); 36 — Apoda y-inversum (Packard, 1864), ♀, USA: Indiana (in CAS); Abbreviation: RDB — sclerotized longitudinal ribbons in ductus bursae. High quality figures are available online.
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f24_01: Genitalia of some members of stellate-signa limacodid group; 24 — Hampsonella dentata (Hampson, 1893), ♂, India, syntype (in BMNH); 25 — H. arizana (Wileman, 1916), ♂, Taiwan, syntype (in BMNH); 26 — Caissa caissa Hering, 1931, holotype, ♂, India, (in BMNH); 27 — C. aureaSolovyev & Witt, 2009, holotype, ♂, northern Vietnam (in MWM); 28 — C. parenti Orhant, 2000, ♂, central Vietnam (in CAS); 29 — Pseudocaissa apiataSolovyev & Witt, 2009, holotype, ♂, northern Vietnam, ♂ (in MWM); 30 — Apoda limacodes (Hufnagel, 1766), ♂, Ukraine (in MWM); 31 — A. y-inversum (Packard, 1864), ♂, USA, Undiana (in CAS); 32 — Ceratonema butleri Kawada, 1930, ♂, Japan: Yamanashi (in MWM); 33 — Hampsonella dentata (Hampson, 1893), ♀, northern Vietnam (in MWM); 34 — H. membraSolovyev & Witt, 2009, ♀, northern Vietnam (in CAS); 35 — Caissa fasciatum (Hampson, 1893), ♀, northern Myanmar (in MWM); 36 — Apoda y-inversum (Packard, 1864), ♀, USA: Indiana (in CAS); Abbreviation: RDB — sclerotized longitudinal ribbons in ductus bursae. High quality figures are available online.

Mentions: The genus Pseudohampsonellagen. n. can be associated with the stellate-signa group (sensu Holloway 1986; Holloway et al. 1987) or Apoda group (sensu Epstein 1988, 1996); these groups were designated independently for Old World and New World taxa respectively, but together are probably monophyletic. The stellate-signa group includes the genera Altha Walker, 1862; Apoda Haworth, 1809; ArabessaSolovyev & Witt, 2009; Atosia Snellen, 1900; Austrapoda Inoue, 1982, BarabashkaSolovyev & Witt, 2009; Belippa Walker, 1865; Caissa Hering, 1931; Ceratonema Hampson, 1893; Chalcocelis Hampson, 1893; Chalcoscelides Hering, 1931; Cheromettia Moore, 1883; Demonarosa Matsumura, 1931; FignyaSolovyev & Witt, 2009; FlavinarosaHolloway, 1986; Hampsonella Dyar, 1898; HeringarosaHolloway, 1986; Heterogenea Knoch, 1783; Hoyosia Agenjo, 1972; Kitanola Matsumura, 1925 ; Mediocampa Inoue, 1982; Nagoda Moore, 1887; Narosa Walker, 1855 s. str. (including subgenus Penicillonarosa Strand, 1916); PectinarosaHolloway, 1987; PseudocaissaSolovyev & Witt, 2009; QuasinarosaSolovyev & Witt, 2009; SaccurosaHolloway, 1986; SansareaSolovyev & Witt, 2009; and Trichogyia Hampson, 1894. Some of their species are illustrated on Figures 6–9 and 22–34, and their morphology is already described in Holloway 1986; Holloway et al. 1987; Solovyev and Witt 2009; Wu and Fang 2008; and Wu and Fang 2009. The Apoda group includes the genera Apoda Haworth, 1809 (Figures 30, 31, 36); Heterogenea Knoch, 1783; Lithacodes Packard, 1864; Packardia Grote & Robinson, 1866; and Tortricidia Packard, 1864 (Epstein 1996).


Pseudohampsonella: a new genus of Limacodidae (Lepidoptera: Zygaenoidea) from China, and three new species.

Solovyev AV, Saldaitis A - J. Insect Sci. (2014)

Genitalia of some members of stellate-signa limacodid group; 24 — Hampsonella dentata (Hampson, 1893), ♂, India, syntype (in BMNH); 25 — H. arizana (Wileman, 1916), ♂, Taiwan, syntype (in BMNH); 26 — Caissa caissa Hering, 1931, holotype, ♂, India, (in BMNH); 27 — C. aureaSolovyev & Witt, 2009, holotype, ♂, northern Vietnam (in MWM); 28 — C. parenti Orhant, 2000, ♂, central Vietnam (in CAS); 29 — Pseudocaissa apiataSolovyev & Witt, 2009, holotype, ♂, northern Vietnam, ♂ (in MWM); 30 — Apoda limacodes (Hufnagel, 1766), ♂, Ukraine (in MWM); 31 — A. y-inversum (Packard, 1864), ♂, USA, Undiana (in CAS); 32 — Ceratonema butleri Kawada, 1930, ♂, Japan: Yamanashi (in MWM); 33 — Hampsonella dentata (Hampson, 1893), ♀, northern Vietnam (in MWM); 34 — H. membraSolovyev & Witt, 2009, ♀, northern Vietnam (in CAS); 35 — Caissa fasciatum (Hampson, 1893), ♀, northern Myanmar (in MWM); 36 — Apoda y-inversum (Packard, 1864), ♀, USA: Indiana (in CAS); Abbreviation: RDB — sclerotized longitudinal ribbons in ductus bursae. High quality figures are available online.
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f24_01: Genitalia of some members of stellate-signa limacodid group; 24 — Hampsonella dentata (Hampson, 1893), ♂, India, syntype (in BMNH); 25 — H. arizana (Wileman, 1916), ♂, Taiwan, syntype (in BMNH); 26 — Caissa caissa Hering, 1931, holotype, ♂, India, (in BMNH); 27 — C. aureaSolovyev & Witt, 2009, holotype, ♂, northern Vietnam (in MWM); 28 — C. parenti Orhant, 2000, ♂, central Vietnam (in CAS); 29 — Pseudocaissa apiataSolovyev & Witt, 2009, holotype, ♂, northern Vietnam, ♂ (in MWM); 30 — Apoda limacodes (Hufnagel, 1766), ♂, Ukraine (in MWM); 31 — A. y-inversum (Packard, 1864), ♂, USA, Undiana (in CAS); 32 — Ceratonema butleri Kawada, 1930, ♂, Japan: Yamanashi (in MWM); 33 — Hampsonella dentata (Hampson, 1893), ♀, northern Vietnam (in MWM); 34 — H. membraSolovyev & Witt, 2009, ♀, northern Vietnam (in CAS); 35 — Caissa fasciatum (Hampson, 1893), ♀, northern Myanmar (in MWM); 36 — Apoda y-inversum (Packard, 1864), ♀, USA: Indiana (in CAS); Abbreviation: RDB — sclerotized longitudinal ribbons in ductus bursae. High quality figures are available online.
Mentions: The genus Pseudohampsonellagen. n. can be associated with the stellate-signa group (sensu Holloway 1986; Holloway et al. 1987) or Apoda group (sensu Epstein 1988, 1996); these groups were designated independently for Old World and New World taxa respectively, but together are probably monophyletic. The stellate-signa group includes the genera Altha Walker, 1862; Apoda Haworth, 1809; ArabessaSolovyev & Witt, 2009; Atosia Snellen, 1900; Austrapoda Inoue, 1982, BarabashkaSolovyev & Witt, 2009; Belippa Walker, 1865; Caissa Hering, 1931; Ceratonema Hampson, 1893; Chalcocelis Hampson, 1893; Chalcoscelides Hering, 1931; Cheromettia Moore, 1883; Demonarosa Matsumura, 1931; FignyaSolovyev & Witt, 2009; FlavinarosaHolloway, 1986; Hampsonella Dyar, 1898; HeringarosaHolloway, 1986; Heterogenea Knoch, 1783; Hoyosia Agenjo, 1972; Kitanola Matsumura, 1925 ; Mediocampa Inoue, 1982; Nagoda Moore, 1887; Narosa Walker, 1855 s. str. (including subgenus Penicillonarosa Strand, 1916); PectinarosaHolloway, 1987; PseudocaissaSolovyev & Witt, 2009; QuasinarosaSolovyev & Witt, 2009; SaccurosaHolloway, 1986; SansareaSolovyev & Witt, 2009; and Trichogyia Hampson, 1894. Some of their species are illustrated on Figures 6–9 and 22–34, and their morphology is already described in Holloway 1986; Holloway et al. 1987; Solovyev and Witt 2009; Wu and Fang 2008; and Wu and Fang 2009. The Apoda group includes the genera Apoda Haworth, 1809 (Figures 30, 31, 36); Heterogenea Knoch, 1783; Lithacodes Packard, 1864; Packardia Grote & Robinson, 1866; and Tortricidia Packard, 1864 (Epstein 1996).

Bottom Line: Solovyev & Saldaitis (Yunnan Province, China), and Pseudohampsonella argenta sp. n.Solovyev & Saldaitis (Yunnan Province, China) are described.The taxonomic position of the genus is discussed.

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Affiliation: Ulyanovsk State Pedagogical University, 100-letiya Lenina sq. 4, RUS-432700, Ulyanovsk, Russia solovyev_alexey@mail.ru.

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