Catocala concumbens Walker

Gall, Lawrence & Hawks, David, 2010, Systematics of moths in the genus Catocala (Lepidoptera, Erebidae) IV. Nomenclatorial stabilization of the Nearctic fauna, with a revised synonymic check list, ZooKeys 39 (39), pp. 37-83: 46-48

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.3897/zookeys.39.425

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3788709

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/038D2962-FF92-1B1A-5EE0-FAA5FEF1FEBD

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scientific name

Catocala concumbens Walker
status

 

Catocala concumbens Walker  

Fig. 9 (lectotype)

Catocala concumbens Walker, [1858]   : 1198

Catocala concumbens   ; Barnes and McDunnough 1918: 32

Catocala concumbens   ; McDunnough 1938: 117

Catocala concumbens   ; Franclemont and Todd 1983: 129

Type material. Catocala concumbens   : the original description states “a. Orilla [sic], West Canada. From Mr. Bush’s collection. b. North America.” A female type is at

Figures 9–Ι6. Type specimens of Catocala   . 9 lectotype, C. concumbens Walker, [1858]   Ι0 lectotype, C. cordelia H. Edwards, 1880   ΙΙ lectotype, C. crataegi Saunders, 1876   Ι 2 lectotype, C. diantha Beutenmüller, 1907   Ι 3 lectotype, C. dionyza H. Edwards, 1885   Ι 4 neotype, C. dollii Beutenmüller, 1907   Ι 5 lectotype, C. elda Behrens, 1887   Ι 6 lectotype, C. euphemia Beutenmüller, 1907   .

the BMNH, and is designated as lectotype to clarify application of the name concumbens   . Th e lectotype bears the labels “ Canada / Ontario / Orilla / Bush. / 56-13”, “ Canada W. / 56-13 [and on the reverse:] Catocala   / concumbens / Walker Type.” Type Locality: hereby restricted to Orillia, [Ontario,] Canada on the basis of the lectotype label.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Lepidoptera

Family

Noctuidae

Genus

Catocala

Loc

Catocala concumbens Walker

Gall, Lawrence & Hawks, David 2010
2010
Loc

Catocala concumbens

Franclemont JG & Todd EL 1983: 129
1983
Loc

Catocala concumbens

McDunnough JH 1938: 117
1938
Loc

Catocala concumbens

Barnes W & McDunnough J 1918: 32
1918