Strigota Casey, 1910a, Casey, 1910

Gusarov, Vladimir I., 2003, Revision of some types of North American aleocharines (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Aleocharinae), with synonymic notes, Zootaxa 353 (1), pp. 1-134: 106-107

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http://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.353.1.1

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scientific name

Strigota Casey, 1910a
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Strigota Casey, 1910a  

Strigota Casey, 1910a: 176   (type species: Strigota oppidana Casey, 1910a   , by original designation; in subtribe Strigotina Casey, 1910a   (spelled as Strigotae)).

Strigota: Casey, 1911a: 164   (as valid genus).

Anaduosternum Notman, 1922: 106   (type species: Anaduosternum brevipennis Notman, 1922   , by monotypy), syn. nov.

Strigota: Bernhauer & Scheerpeltz, 1926: 590   (as valid genus in subtribe Athetina   ).

Atheta (Anaduosternum)   : Bernhauer & Scheerpeltz, 1926: 671 (as valid subgenus).

Strigota: Moore & Legner, 1975: 486   (as valid genus).

Atheta (Anaduosternum)   : Moore & Legner, 1975: 347 (as valid subgenus).

Strigota: Seevers, 1978: 257   (as valid genus in subtribe Acrotonina Seevers, 1978   ).

Anaduosternum: Seevers, 1978: 261   (as valid genus in subtribe Geostibina Seevers, 1978   ).

Strigota: Ashe   in Newton et al., 2000: 368 (as valid genus in subtribe Acrotonina Seevers, 1978   ).

Anaduosternum: Ashe   in Newton et al., 2000: 371 (as valid genus in subtribe Geostibina Seevers, 1978   ).

Diagnosis. As in Acrotona   and Mocyta   , in Strigota   the pronotal hypomera are invisible in lateral view. However, in Strigota   the punctation of abdominal terga is denser, and the pronotum is not as broad as in Mocyta   and most examined species of Acrotona   . Strigota   also has the following unusual characters: in both sexes the basal line of the abdominal tergum 8 laterally joins the base of the tergum ( Figs. 142, 145 View FIGURES 142–146 ) while in other examined athetines the basal line is always separated from the tergum base (cf. Figs. 107, 110 View FIGURES 107–111 ; 135, 137 View FIGURES 135–138 ); in both sexes the base of the abdominal tergum 8 has two gland openings ( Figs. 142, 145 View FIGURES 142–146 ); and the apical margin of the male sternum 8 with a row of microsetae on its dorsal [sic!] side ( Fig. 144 View FIGURES 142–146 ) (like in Philhygra Mulsant & Rey, 1873).

Discussion. Casey did not specifically state in his description of Strigota   that St. oppidana   was the type species of Strigota   ; however, while designating the type species of Noverota Casey, 1910a   in the same paper, Casey stated (1910a, p. 90): “The first species may be regarded as the type, as in all other cases where the type is not specifically named”.

The type species of Strigota   ( St. oppidana   ) and Anaduosternum   ( Ana. brevipennis   ) are conspecific (see below). Therefore, Anaduosternum   is a junior subjective synonym of Strigota   .

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Staphylinidae

Loc

Strigota Casey, 1910a

Gusarov, Vladimir I. 2003
2003
Loc

Strigota: Ashe

Newton, A. F. & Thayer, M. K. & Ashe, J. S. & Chandler, D. S. 2000: 368
2000
Loc

Anaduosternum:

Newton, A. F. & Thayer, M. K. & Ashe, J. S. & Chandler, D. S. 2000: 371
2000
Loc

Strigota:

Seevers, C. H. 1978: 257
1978
Loc

Anaduosternum:

Seevers, C. H. 1978: 261
1978
Loc

Strigota:

Moore, I. & Legner, E. F. 1975: 486
1975
Loc

Atheta (Anaduosternum)

Moore, I. & Legner, E. F. 1975: 347
1975
Loc

Strigota: Bernhauer & Scheerpeltz, 1926: 590

Bernhauer, M. & Scheerpeltz, O. 1926: 590
1926
Loc

Atheta (Anaduosternum)

Bernhauer, M. & Scheerpeltz, O. 1926: 671
1926
Loc

Anaduosternum

Notman, H. 1922: 106
1922
Loc

Strigota:

Casey, T. L. 1911: 164
1911
Loc

Strigota

Casey, T. L. 1910: 176
1910