Cyana bianca ( Walker, 1856 )

Volynkin, Anton V., Černý, Karel & Ivanova, Maria S., 2018, A review of the Cyana bianca (Walker, 1856) species-group with descriptions of a new species and a new subspecies from Indochina (Lepidoptera, Erebidae, Arctiinae), Zootaxa 4497 (1), pp. -1--1: -1

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Cyana bianca ( Walker, 1856 )
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Cyana bianca ( Walker, 1856) 

( Figs. 1–4View FIGURES 1–8, 25–27View FIGURES 25–27, 37View FIGURES 37–42, 45View FIGURE 45)

Bizone bianca Wаlker, 1856  , List of the Specimens of Lepidopterous Insects in the Collection of the British Museum 7: 1684 (Type locаlity:“Hindostаn”).

Material examined. NEPAL: 1 ♂  , Nepal, Mechi, Taplejung area, Tamur Valley , 4 km N Dobhan, 800 m, 87°40’E, 27°22’N, 22.X.1996, leg. Gy.M. László & G. Ronkay, slide MWM 33492View Materials Volynkin (Coll. MWM/ ZSM)GoogleMaps  ; INDIA: 1 ♂, Sikkim, 1800 ft., VI.1897, Dudgeon [leg.] (Coll. NHMUK)  ; 1 ♀, Sikkim, Noand / Felder Colln. / Rothschild Bequest B.M. 1939.-I. ( Coll. NHMUK)  ; 1 ♂, Darjeeling / Moore Coll. 94-106. ( Coll. NHMUK)  ; 2 ♀, Digboi, Assam (L. Brunt) / Rothschild Bequest B.M. 1939.-I. ( Coll. NHMUK)  ; 1 ♀, Khasis , X.1896, Nat. Coll. / Rothschild Bequest B.M. 1939.-I. (Coll. NHMUK)  ; 1 ♂, 2 ♀, Sikkim, O. Möller / Rothschild Bequest B.M. 1939.- I. ( Coll. NHMUK)  ; 1 ♂, 3 ♀, Sikkim, 4000–7000 ft., Möller / Rothschild Bequest B.M. 1939.-I. (Coll. NHMUK)  ; 2 ♀, Tezpore, Assam / Rothschild Bequest B.M. 1939.-I. ( Coll. NHMUK)  ; 1 ♀, Darjeeling , ex coll. Lidderdale, Joisey coll., Brit. Mus. 1922-306 (Coll. NHMUK)  ; 22 ♂, 6 ♀, NE India, Assam, Pan Bari Reserv Forest , 27°08'N, 94°00'E, 4–7.VII.1997, leg. Sinjaev & Murzin, slides ZSM ArctGoogleMaps  . 136/2017 ♂, ZSM Arct. 137/2017 ♀ Volynkin ( Coll. MWM/ ZSM)  ; 2 ♂, NE India, Assam, Nambor Reserv Forest, Garampani , h= 100 m, 26°30'N, 93°56'E, 21– 29.XI.1997, leg. V. Siniaev & M. Murzin, slide MWM 34571View Materials Volynkin (Coll. MWM/ ZSM)GoogleMaps  ; 2 ♂, 2 ♀, NE India, Assam, Nameri Nat. Park, 40 km N Tezpur , 150 m, 27°20'N, 93°15'E, 24.VII –2.VIII.1997, leg. Sinjaev & Murzin, slide MWM 34570View Materials Volynkin (Coll. MWM/ ZSM)GoogleMaps  ; BANGLADESH: 1 ♀, Konapara, Kalam / Rothschild Bequest B.M. 1939.-I. ( Coll. NHMUK)  .

Diagnosis. Forewing length is 14–16 mm in males and 17–19 in females. Cyana bianca  ( Figs. 1–4View FIGURES 1–8) has no significant external differences from C. indosinica  sp. nov. ( Figs. 5–10View FIGURES 1–8View FIGURES 9–16) and C. malayana  ( Figs. 11–16View FIGURES 9–16). The male genitalia of C. bianca  ( Figs. 25–27View FIGURES 25–27) are similar to those of C. indosinica  sp. nov. ( Figs. 28–30View FIGURES 28–30) by the weak ampulla, but differ in the triangular lateral lobes of the vinculum (while in C. indosinica  sp. nov. and other species the lobes are more rounded), the much shorter and narrower medial posterior, medial anterior and distal diverticula, and the narrower medial dorsal diverticulum. The female genitalia ( Fig. 37View FIGURES 37–42) differ from those of other related species ( Figs. 38–41View FIGURES 37–42, 43, 44View FIGURES 43–44) more clearly than the male genitalia, and are characterized in the shorter ductus bursae, the long, narrow and weakly rugose posterior sclerotized plate of the corpus bursae, the heavily sclerotized medial-lateral sclerotized band (which is broader, shorter and much more weakly sclerotized in C. indosinica  sp. nov. and C. malayana  and is absent in C. quadripartita  ), and the significantly larger anterior signum.

Distribution ( Fig. 45View FIGURE 45). Nepal ( Kishida 1994), N and NE India (Arunachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Assam, Meghalaya) ( Kirti et al. 2013), Bangladesh. All records of C. bianca  for Indochina (Candèze, 1927; de Joannis, 1928; Černý & Pinratana 2009; Bayarsaikhan & Bae 2016) belong to C. indosinica  sp. nov. and C. malayana  .

ZSM

Bavarian State Collection of Zoology

NHMUK

Natural History Museum, London

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Lepidoptera

Family

Erebidae

Genus

Cyana

Loc

Cyana bianca ( Walker, 1856 )

Volynkin, Anton V., Černý, Karel & Ivanova, Maria S. 2018
2018
Loc

Bizone bianca Wаlker, 1856

Walker 1856
1856