Copestylum (Phalacromya) peruvianum ( Vimmer & Soukup, 1940 ),

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: 91

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Copestylum (Phalacromya) peruvianum ( Vimmer & Soukup, 1940 )
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Copestylum (Phalacromya) peruvianum ( Vimmer & Soukup, 1940) 

Figs 132–133View FIGURES 128–133

Volucella peruvianum Vimer & Soukup, 1938: 28 

Volucella sublata Fluke, 1950b: 451 

Type locality and data. “ Puno. Peru ” (T, ♂, NMPP)  .

Material examined. Arica y Parinacota: 1♂, Putre , 2.III.1948, Leg. NN ( MNHNCL)  ; 1♀, Parinacota , 2.III.1948 ( Etcheverry 1952)  ; 1♀, Socoroma , 02.II.1948, Leg. NN ( MNHNCL)  ; 1♀, Chapiquiña , 10.VI.1952, Leg. M. Etcheverry ( IEUMCE)  ; 4♂, 7♀, Belén, no date, Leg. L.E. Peña ( IEUMCE)  ; Tarapacá: 1♂, Lúpica , 10.II.1952, Leg. NN ( IEUMCE)  ; 1♀, Noasa , 24.IX.1951, Leg. NN ( IEUMCE)  ; 1♂, Camiña , X.1974, Leg. NN ( IEUMCE)  ; 1♀, Parca , 15.VII.1966, Leg. J  . Herrera ( IEUMCE); 3♂, 5♀, Mamiña, 29.V.1965, Leg. J  . Herrera ( IEUMCE)  ; Valparaíso: (sex undetermined) Quebrada San Francisco , 1.V.1960, Leg. NN ( IEUMCE)  .

References. Vimmer & Soukup, 1938: 28 (desc.); Fluke, 1950b: 451, figs 18–19 (desc.); Etcheverry, 1951: 309 (cat.); Etcheverry, 1952: 309 (cat.); Fluke, 1957: 86 (cat.); Etcheverry, 1963: 108 (cat.); Etcheverry, 1970: 96 (cat.); Thompson et al., 1976: 81 (cat.).

World distribution. Peru and Chile.

Chilean distribution. From Arica y Parinacota to Valparaíso region ( Fig. 146View FIGURE 146).

Altitudinal range. From inland valleys to highland ecosystems (600– 4,500 m.a.s.l.).

Biology. Copestylum peruvianum  is associated with native flora from highlands of the Andes. Mining, water exploitation and climate change are the main threats for this species. Other aspects of its biology and ecology remain unknown in Chile.

Conservation status. VU under B2ab (iii) using AOO = 44 km 2 and nine localities (or subpopulations); EOO = 49,306 km 2.

IEUMCE

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Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Syrphidae

Genus

Copestylum

Loc

Copestylum (Phalacromya) peruvianum ( Vimmer & Soukup, 1940 )

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

Volucella sublata

Fluke, C. L. 1950: 451
1950