Caulastrocecis furfurella (Staudinger, 1871)

Junnilainen, Jari, Karsholt, Ole, Nupponen, Kari, Kaitila, Jari-Pekka, Nupponen, Timo & Olschwang, Vladimir, 2010, The gelechiid fauna of the southern Ural Mountains, part II: list of recorded species with taxonomic notes (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) 2367, Zootaxa 2367 (1), pp. 1-68 : 10

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.2367.1.1

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5478677

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/03E16762-FF95-C925-9C87-6096FAE9A8E3

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scientific name

Caulastrocecis furfurella (Staudinger, 1871)
status

 

Caulastrocecis furfurella (Staudinger, 1871)

Fig. 3

Arkaim 08–09.VII.1997 (1♂); Berlin 30.VI–01.VII.1997 (3♂♂); Burannoe 12.VI.2001 (3♂♂), 03.VII.2003 (1♂); Burtinskij 12–17.VI.2001 (5♂♂); Chalk Hills 07.VI.1998 (1♂), 17.VII.1998 (2♂♂), 21–23.VI.1999 (3♂♂,) 10.VI.2001 (16♂♂), 11.VI.2001 (4♂♂), 29.VI–02.VII.2003 (43♂♂); Kuvandyk 13–15.VI.1998 (1♂); Verbljushka 10–12.VI.1998 (24♂♂), 15.VII.1998 (3 exx.) , 17–19.VI.1999 (3♂♂). Genitalia slides: J. Junnilainen prep. no. 03012102, 03012103, 03012601.

Type material studied. Paralectotype (♂) of C. furfurella (ex coll. Staudinger ( MNHB)) . Holotype (♂) and paratype (♂) of Metzneria cryptoxena (Gozmany, 1952) in coll. HNM (see also Remarks).

Other material studied. Ukraine, Crimea, 12. VI .1993 (1♂), A. Bidzilya leg. ( JJ) . Ukraine, Crimea, Karadagh , 20. V .1996 (1♂), Yu. Budashkin leg. ( ZMH) . Ukraine, Crimea, Karadagh , 24. V .1996 (1♂), Yu. Budashkin leg. ( ZMH). Moravia Mer., Kobyli , 28. VII .1983 (1♂), G. Elsner leg. ( JJ). Caulastrocecis gypsella (Constant, 1893) : France, Cannes, Gall. mer., Staudinger , Bang-Haas , Blasewitz (2♀) ( ZMH). Genitalia slides: J. Junnilainen prep. no. 03022301, 03012101, 03030403 .

Distribution. SE Europe, Lower Volga and Kazakhstan (see also Remarks).

Remarks. There are small differences between specimens originating from C Europe, Crimea and S Ural. The specimens from S Ural are on average somewhat paler and larger than those from C Europe and Crimea. We couldn’t find any remarkable differences in the male genitalia between specimens from different areas. The type locality of C. furfurella (Staudinger, 1871) is in the vicinity of Volgograd (Sarepta), Russia.

VI

Mykotektet, National Veterinary Institute

V

Royal British Columbia Museum - Herbarium

ZMH

Zoologisches Museum Hamburg