Abagrotis benjamini

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title = {Two psammophilic noctuids newly associated with beach plum, Prunus maritima (Rosaceae): The Dune Noctuid (Sympistis riparia) and Coastal Heathland Cutworm (Abagrotis benjamini) in Northeastern North America (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae)},
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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Lepidoptera
Familia: Noctuidae
Genus: Abagrotis

Name

Abagrotis benjamini Franclemont stat. rev.Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

Material examined

Type material (Abagrotis crumbi benjamini Franclemont, 1955)
Holotype. (Fig. 16a, b). New York: E.N.Y. 7.17.00; Collection BrklynMus; Acc. 17,151; ♂ Gen. #1203 F.H.B. 17 July 1935; HOLOTYPE Abagrotis crumbi benjamini J.G. Franclemont. Slide labels [Paratypes]: (Fig. 22a, b) USNM 36838 ♂; ♂ Gen. #1202 Lampra crumbi n. sp. var. E.N.Y. A.C. Weeks 7.17.00 Coll. Brklyn Mus. F.H.B. 17 July 1935. Paratypes (2 of 5♂, 3 of 3♀ designated by Franclemont): New York: East New York (2♂, 1♀). Connecticut: East River (1♀). Location uncertain: “Collection J.B. Smith” (1♀).

Other material examined

(not including ~13 with DNA barcodes pending)
MASSACHUSETTS (28♂, 18♀): Edgartown (1♂, 2♀): Katama Plain 41°21.472'N, 70°31.256'W, 19 June 2010 (1♂); Wintucket Cove frost bottom 24 July 1991 (1♀); Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary 7 VII 1989 P.Z. Goldstein, leg. (1♀). Aquinnah (22♂, 15♀): East Pasture Road, 41°20.494'N, 70°47.248'W, @ UV Trap: 30 June 2013 (1♂, 1♀); 1 July 2011 (1♂); 15 July 2011 (1♂); off Moshup Trail/E. of Moshup Trail, 41.324894, -70.810698 / 41°19'29.6'N, 70°48'38.5'W (7♂, 7♀): 17 vii 2003 (3♂, 1♀) [USNM Dissection #s 148015♂; 148029♂ (Fig. 23); 148031♂]; 17 July 2015 (1♀) Barcode of Life DNA voucher specimen SampleID CCDB-28975-E01 BOLD Proc ID LNAUU 1474-15; USNM Dissection #148022♀; 31 July 2014 (1♀); 17 July 2003 (3♂, 4♀); 41°19.382'N, 70°48.66'W, 14 August 2002 (1♂); off Moshup Trail, above Zack’s Cliffs, 41°19.384'N, 70°48.655'W, (5♂, 1♀): 10 Sept 2002 (3♂); 8 sept 2011 [USNM Dissection 148028♂] (1♂); 12 Sept 2010 (1♂, 1♀); Lobsterville, 41°20'49.7'N, 70°46'54.5'W, (7♂, 6♀): 22 Sept 2012 148026♀ (1♀); 23 August 2012 (2♀); 5 July 2015 148021♂ USNMENT01203938 (1♂); 30 Aug 2014 148019♀ USNMENT01203918 (1♀) (Fig. 17a, b); 3 October 2014 148020♀USNMENT01203909 (1♀); 19 July 2012 (3♂, 1♀); 22 Sept 2012 (3♂). West Tisbury (5♂, 1♀): Long Point Wildlife Refuge, maritime heathland E. of Long Cove Pond 41°21.232'N, 70°37.864'W, (2♂, 1♀) 29 June 2010 @ UV trap (USNM Dissection #s 148030♂; 148056♀; 148016♂); 41°21.571'N, 70°36.031'W, 14 June 2010 @ UV trap (1♂); 41°21.572'N, 70°36.032'W, 29 August 2010 @ UV trap (1♂); Maritime heath W. of Long Cove Pond 41°21.165'N, 70°38.328'W, 10 September 2010 @ UV trap (1♂).

Diagnosis

Forewing ground color ranging from pale gray brown to, more commonly, a rusty brown, occasionally reddish brown (paprika colored), never dark; both FW and soma more heavily peppered with black scales than in Abagrotis nefascia; both fasciae and subterminal line (as dashes on underside, scalloping on upperside) less conspicuous than in Abagrotis nefascia. Scobinate patch on vesicae of male genitalia with 12 or fewer denticles, at least two of them markedly larger than others. Female bursa with a single signum.

Taxon Treatment

  • Goldstein, P; Nelson, M; 2017: Two psammophilic noctuids newly associated with beach plum, Prunus maritima (Rosaceae): The Dune Noctuid (Sympistis riparia) and Coastal Heathland Cutworm (Abagrotis benjamini) in Northeastern North America (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae) ZooKeys, (661): 61-89. doi

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