Odyneromyia valdiviformis Shannon & Aubertin, 1933,

Barahona-Segovia, Rodrigo M., Riera, Pamela, Pañinao-Monsálvez, Laura, Guzmán, Vicente Valdés & Henríquez-Piskulich, Patricia, 2021, Updating the knowledge of the flower flies (Diptera: Syrphidae) from Chile: Illustrated catalog, extinction risk and biological notes, Zootaxa 4959 (1), pp. 1-178: 64-66

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Odyneromyia valdiviformis Shannon & Aubertin, 1933
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Odyneromyia valdiviformis Shannon & Aubertin, 1933 

Fig. 89View FIGURES 88–89

Odyneromyia valdiviformis Shannon & Aubertin, 1933: 157 

Type locality and data. “ Peulla , Argentina ” (T, ♂, USNM)  .

Material examined. La Araucanía: 1♂, Parque Nacional Nahuelbuta , 15.I.1978, Leg. P. Cerda ( MNHNCL)  ; Los Ríos: 1♂, Santo Domingo , 12.X.1988, Leg. Krahmer ( MNHNCL)  ; 2♀, Santo Domingo, Valdivia , 14.XII.1980, Leg. E. Khramer ( UACH)  ; Los Lagos: 1♀, Saltos del Petrohue , 13.XII.1969, M. Etcheverry ( IEUMCE)  ; 1♀, Peulla , 14.XII.1969, Leg. M. Etcheverry /J. Herrera ( IEUMCE)  ; 1♂, 1♀, Ahoní , 24.XII.1963, Leg. G. & M. Wood ( CNC)  .

References. Shannon &Aubertin, 1933: 157 (desc.); Stuardo, 1946: 127 (cat.); Fluke, 1957: 55 (cat.); Etcheverry, 1963: 65 (cat.); Thompson, 1972b: 158 ( Milesiinae  rev.); Thompson et al., 1976: 117 (cat.); Thompson, 1999a: 334 (key).

World distribution. Chile.

Chilean distribution. From La Araucania to Los Lagos region ( Fig. 90View FIGURE 90).

Altitudinal range. From coastal to precordillera ecosystems (5– 1,400 m.a.s.l.).

Biology and notes. Both the Systema Dipterorum ( Thompson & Pape 2010) and Etcheverry in their catalog (1963), assume that Peulla is a locality belonging to Argentina. However, Peulla belongs to the Puerto Varas municipality in Chilean territory. Because of this, Odyneromyia valdiviformis  was reclassified as endemic to Chile. This fly is associated with Valdivian and Nothofagus  spp. native forests, both currently fragmented by human being activities ( Miranda et al., 2017). Nothing is known about the biology of this species.

Conservation status. EN under B2ab (iii) using AOO = 116 km 2 and five localities (or subpopulations); EOO = 31,302 km 2.

Genus Valdiviomyia Vockeroth  in Thompson et al., 1976

Valdivia Shannon, 1927: 31 (preoc. by White, 1847; Ragonot, 1888). Type-species, darwini Shannon  by orig. des. Shannon & Aubertin, 1933: 149 (diff. Odyneromyia  , key spp.); Hull, 1949b: 339 (key reference, diagnosis); Sedman, 1965: 200 (key spp); Thompson, 1972: 160 (key reference, description, figs (♂, genitalia).

Vodivia Shannon, 1927: 32 incorrect original spelling by revision of Thompson et al., 1976: 117.

Valdiviomyia Vockeroth  in Thompson et al., 1976: 117. New name for Valdivia Shannon.

Refs. Shannon, 1927 (key to species); Shannon & Aubertin, 1933: 149 [diagnosis, key to species]; Sedman, 1965 [key to species].

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

IEUMCE

INSTITUTO DE ENTOMOLOGIA UNIVERSIDAD METROPOLITANA DE CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACION

CNC

Canadian National Collection of Insects, Arachnids, and Nematodes

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Syrphidae

Genus

Odyneromyia

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Odyneromyia valdiviformis Shannon & Aubertin, 1933

Barahona-Segovia, Rodrigo M., Riera, Pamela, Pañinao-Monsálvez, Laura, Guzmán, Vicente Valdés & Henríquez-Piskulich, Patricia 2021
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Odyneromyia valdiviformis

Shannon, R. C. & Aubertin, D. 1933: 157
1933