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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Lepidoptera
Familia: Geometridae
Genus: Psilaspilates

Name

Psilaspilates pastoralis Hausmann, Axel, 2009Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

Description

[172–176]Perizoma pastoralis (Butler, 1882) [177–179]Ennada pellicata (Felder & Rogenhofer, 1875): The position in the tribe Larentiini is well supported by habitus and genitalia structure. See remarks to [172–176]. The status of both forms with and without the projection of medial area towards the termen as infrasubspecific, infrapopulational forms is confirmed by COI data. [180–191]“ Nebula ” sp. 1 and “ Nebulaceres (Butler, 1882): See remarks to [172–176]. [198–210]Eupithecia sp. 4: Difficult group with variable habitus, probably including Eupithecia spurcata (Warren, 1904). COI data revealing a heterogenous pattern of different haplotypes, mean “intra”specific variation 1.7 %, maximum pairwise distance 3.4 %. Probably corresponding to several different species. [217–219]Genus AH 6 sp.1: Possibly an eupitheciine genus, as tentatively suggested by position in the NJ tree. In the multigene analysis (COI, EF1 alpha, 28 S) however rather grouping with Perizoma pastoralis than with Eupitheciini. [220–222]“ Nebula ” diana (Butler, 1882) and “ Nebula ” adela (Butler, 1893): For polyphyly of the genus ” Nebula ” and doubtful generic combination(s) see remarks [41–46; 49–58; 180–191; 220–222]. [223; 226–231]: see remarks to genus Hoplosauris [30–33; 223; 226–231] [232]Triptiloides sp. 1 (cf. esmeralda): Molecular analysis (COI) suggesting species diversity from T. esmeralda [233–235]: minimum pairwise distance: 2.3 % (mean intraspecific variation of the latter 0.2 %). [236–240]Orthonama plemyrata (Felder & Rogenhofer, 1875): In Scoble (1999) as synonym of Orthonama obstipata (Fabricius, 1794). Separated from Old world sister species in Hausmann & Hebert (2008). [241–242]Rheumaptera sp. 1 (cf. " Larentia " irma): see remarks to genus Rheumaptera [59–64; 241–242]. Tribal and generic relationships awaiting revision. Molecular analysis (COI) not revealing close relationship to Palaearctic species of the genus Rheumaptera. [#]Hoplosauris valeria Butler, 1893: specimen not yet barcoded; unnamed genus according to Scoble (1999), but assignment to Hoplosauris probable.

Taxon Treatment

  • Hausmann, Axel; Parra, Luis E.; 2009: An unexpected hotspot of moth biodiversity in Chilean northern Patagonia (Lepidoptera, Geometridae), Zootaxa 1989: 32-33. doi
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