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Aristathlus imperatorius Bergroth, a newly recognized synonym of Reduvius iopterus Perty, with the new combination Aristathlus iopterus (Perty, 1834) (Hemiptera: Reduviidae: Harpactorinae) ​.

Gil-Santana HR, Forero D - Biodivers Data J (2015)

Bottom Line: Reduvius iopterus Perty 1834 was first described from the Rio Negro, Brazil.It was then included in Zelus Fabricius 1803 as Z. iopterus (Perty 1834) without critical examination of this action (Stål 1872).The Neotropical genus Aristathlus Bergroth 1913 was described to include two species from the Amazon basin: A. imperatorius Bergroth 1913 and A. regalis Bergroth 1913.Based on the original description and illustration of Reduvius iopterus, Aristathlus imperatorius is considered to be its junior synonym, with the resulting new combination: Aristathlus iopterus (Perty 1834).

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Affiliation: Laboratório de Diptera, Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Av. Brasil, 4365, 21040-360, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

ABSTRACT

Background: Reduvius iopterus Perty 1834 was first described from the Rio Negro, Brazil. It was then included in Zelus Fabricius 1803 as Z. iopterus (Perty 1834) without critical examination of this action (Stål 1872).The Neotropical genus Aristathlus Bergroth 1913 was described to include two species from the Amazon basin: A. imperatorius Bergroth 1913 and A. regalis Bergroth 1913.

New information: Based on the original description and illustration of Reduvius iopterus, Aristathlus imperatorius is considered to be its junior synonym, with the resulting new combination: Aristathlus iopterus (Perty 1834).

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Dorsal habitus of Reduviusiopterus as illustrated by Perty (1834) (his figure 15, plate XXXIV).
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Figure 1430544: Dorsal habitus of Reduviusiopterus as illustrated by Perty (1834) (his figure 15, plate XXXIV).

Mentions: Reduviusiopterus Perty, 1834 was described from the region of the Rio Negro (a river in the Amazon region of Brazil), and its original description was accompanied by a dorsal habitus drawing (Perty 1834) (Fig. 1). Stål (1872) included this species in the genus Zelus Fabricius, 1803, and since then, it has been listed in catalogues as Z. iopterus (Perty 1834) (Lethierry and Severin 1896, Wygodzinsky 1949​, Maldonado C. 1990).


Aristathlus imperatorius Bergroth, a newly recognized synonym of Reduvius iopterus Perty, with the new combination Aristathlus iopterus (Perty, 1834) (Hemiptera: Reduviidae: Harpactorinae) ​.

Gil-Santana HR, Forero D - Biodivers Data J (2015)

Dorsal habitus of Reduviusiopterus as illustrated by Perty (1834) (his figure 15, plate XXXIV).
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Figure 1430544: Dorsal habitus of Reduviusiopterus as illustrated by Perty (1834) (his figure 15, plate XXXIV).
Mentions: Reduviusiopterus Perty, 1834 was described from the region of the Rio Negro (a river in the Amazon region of Brazil), and its original description was accompanied by a dorsal habitus drawing (Perty 1834) (Fig. 1). Stål (1872) included this species in the genus Zelus Fabricius, 1803, and since then, it has been listed in catalogues as Z. iopterus (Perty 1834) (Lethierry and Severin 1896, Wygodzinsky 1949​, Maldonado C. 1990).

Bottom Line: Reduvius iopterus Perty 1834 was first described from the Rio Negro, Brazil.It was then included in Zelus Fabricius 1803 as Z. iopterus (Perty 1834) without critical examination of this action (Stål 1872).The Neotropical genus Aristathlus Bergroth 1913 was described to include two species from the Amazon basin: A. imperatorius Bergroth 1913 and A. regalis Bergroth 1913.Based on the original description and illustration of Reduvius iopterus, Aristathlus imperatorius is considered to be its junior synonym, with the resulting new combination: Aristathlus iopterus (Perty 1834).

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Laboratório de Diptera, Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Av. Brasil, 4365, 21040-360, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

ABSTRACT

Background: Reduvius iopterus Perty 1834 was first described from the Rio Negro, Brazil. It was then included in Zelus Fabricius 1803 as Z. iopterus (Perty 1834) without critical examination of this action (Stål 1872).The Neotropical genus Aristathlus Bergroth 1913 was described to include two species from the Amazon basin: A. imperatorius Bergroth 1913 and A. regalis Bergroth 1913.

New information: Based on the original description and illustration of Reduvius iopterus, Aristathlus imperatorius is considered to be its junior synonym, with the resulting new combination: Aristathlus iopterus (Perty 1834).

No MeSH data available.