Tephritis dilacerata dilacerata ( Loew 1846 )

Korneyev, Severyn V. & Korneyev, Valery A., 2019, Revision of the Old World species of the genus Tephritis (Diptera, Tephritidae) with a pair of isolated apical spots, Zootaxa 4584 (1), pp. 1-73 : 25

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4584.1.1

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Tephritis dilacerata dilacerata ( Loew 1846 )
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Tephritis dilacerata dilacerata ( Loew 1846)

( Figs 2c View FIGURES 2 ; 9–10 View FIGURES 9 View FIGURES 10 )

Trypeta dilacerata Loew 1846: 509 ; Zetterstedt 1847: 2223; Tephritis dilacerata: Zetterstedt 1849: 3336 ; Frauenfeld 1856: 543; Schiner 1858: 476; 1864: 160; Loew 1862: 107; Becker

1905: 137; Hendel 1927: 186; Séguy 1934: 158; Mihályi 1960: 63; Richter 1970: 164; Foote 1984: 129; Merz 1994: 66;

Norrbom et al. 1999: 216; Baugnée 2006: 86; Smit 2010: 110. Tephritis confusa: Rondani 1871: 6 .(misidentification)

Type material: Lectotype ♀: “ Coll. H. Loew ” ( Fig. 9a View FIGURES 9 ) (marked by B. Merz in 1991; here designated) ; Paralectotypes 3♂, 7♀ ( Coll. H. Loew) ( MNKB) . Non-type material: Belarus: Molodechno , 1954, 1♀ (Zlobin) ( ZISP); Estonia: Puhtu, near gulf of Riga , 19.08.1951, 1♂ (Stackelberg) ( ZISP); Germany: Brandenburg, Triglitz , 7.04.1917, 3♂, 3♀ (Bollow); idem, 7.04.1919, 2♂ (Jaan) ( MNKB); St. Wendel, Rheini , 17.08.1920, 1♀ (Duda) ( MNKB); Ober-Bayern, München, Obermenzing , ZSM-Gelande, 13.05.2002, 1♂ (J. Reichholf) ( ZSSM);

Kazakhstan: Atbasar, Djabai river , 6.09.1935, 1♀ (Rezvoi) ( ZISP); Poland: “ Silesia ”, “coll. H. Loew ”, 1♀ (Scholtz); “Rosenberg, Westprussia” [= Susz], 1♀ (Duda) ( MNKB); “ Schlesien, Nimptsch” [= Niemcza, 50.72°N, 16.84°E], 19.07.1909, 1♂; 23.05.1910, 1♀; 13.08.1910, 1♀ (Duda) ( MNKB); “Wustung, b. Habelschwerdt” [=Stara Bystrzyca, 50.2953°N, 16.6135°E], 19.06.1922, 1♀; 25.03.1923, 1♂; 7.05.1923, 1♂; (Duda) ( MNKB);

Russia: Leningrad Region   GoogleMaps : “ St. Petersburg, Udelnaya st.” [60.02°N, 30.31°E], 12.10.1922, 1♀ (V. Fridolin ); “Petrograd, Lesnoi”, 30.09.1932, 1♂ (Stackelberg) ( ZISP); idem, 12.10.1935, 1♂ (Stackelberg) ( ZISP); Gouv. Petrograd Tabor   GoogleMaps ” [58.89°N, 29.90°E], 19.08.1934, 1♀ (Stackelberg) ( ZISP); Tolmachevo   GoogleMaps [58.86°N, 29.8°E], 11.06.1935, 1♂ ( Rodendorf ); idem, 24.08.1935, 1♀ (Stackelberg) ( ZISP); Gatchina   GoogleMaps [59.54°N, 30.09°E], 26.07.1940, 1♀ (Stackelberg); Luga   GoogleMaps [58.73°N, 29.81°E], 19.08.1953, 1♀; 23.08.1953, 6♂, 2♀; 25.08.1953 1♂, 1♀; 26.08.1954, 1♂ (Stackelberg) ( ZISP); Yashchera   GoogleMaps [58.89°N, 29.83°E], 28.06.1957, 1♂; 1.07.1957, 2♀; 19.06.1961, 1♂; 28.06.1961, 1♀; 2.06.1962, 1♀; 24.06.1968, 1♂ (Stackelberg) ( ZISP); Yaroslavl Region: Rostov-Jaroslawl rt. (206km), 13– 15.09.1965, 1♂, 3♀ (J. Verbeke) ( RBINH; I.G.23.218) ( ZISP) ; “ W. Russland, Jarburg ” (= Yaroslavl), 1.09.1903, 1♂, idem, 15.10.1905, 1♀ (Winogradoff-Nikitin) ( ZISP) ; Novosibirsk Region, near Bolotnaya mountain , ex Sonchus arvensis flower heads coll. 08.1973—em. 0 8.1973, 1♀ ; Altai: Nalobikha, Kosihinskiy district, ex Sonchus arvensis flower heads, 24.07.—em. 5.08.1974, 1♀; Cheremshanka , ex S. arvensis flower heads, 29.07.—em. 0 8.1974 1♂; Srostki, Biyskiy district , “ex Cirsium setosum flower heads” [sic!], coll 30.07.— em. 0 8.1974, 1♂ (T. Runeva) ( ZISP) ; Switzerland: VS: St. Germain , h= 670 m, ex Sonchus arvensis flower head, 26.07.—em. 10.08.1991, 1 ♂, 1♀ (Merz) ( ZSSM) ; Ukraine: Cherkasy Region: Hryhorivka—Trakhtemyriv [49.95°N, 31.40°E], 1–4.08.1997, 1♂, 1♀ (S. & V. Korneyev) ( SIZK) GoogleMaps ; Kaniv, Pekarsky meadows, 2♂, 1♀ (Korneyev) ( SIZK) ; Kaniv Nature Reserve , 23.06.1988, 1♀ (Zrazhevsky) ( SIZK) ( SIZK) ; Kyiv Region : “Spartak railway station” [= Piskivka, 50.73°N, 29.62°E], 12.10.1984, 4♂, 3♀ (Korneyev) ( SIZK) GoogleMaps ; idem, forest near Potashnia , 12.10.1984, 5♂, 3♀ (V. Korneyev) ( SIZK) ; Khodosivka [50.27°N, 30.54°E], ex Sonchus palustris , 19.07.1985 GoogleMaps , 6♂, 5♀ ( Korneyev ); idem, ex S. palustris , 19.07.—em. 15.08.1985, 8♂, 5♀ (Korneyev) ( SIZK) .

Diagnosis. Tephritis dilacerata dilacerata is similar to T. d. kaszabi in body coloration and wing pattern differing by having the oviscape shorter than 2.5 posteriormost tergites (usually as long as 2 posteriormost tergites) and aculeus 5 × as long as wide, shorter than 1.05 mm. T. d. kaszabi has oviscape longer than 2.5 posteriormost tergites (usually as long as 3 posteriormost tergites) and aculeus 8 × as long as wide, longer than 1.1 mm.

Terminalia: Female. Oviscape as long as 3 posteriormost abdominal tergites. Eversible membrane with 2 pairs of taeniae 0.35 × as long as membrane itself; with small scales on whole surface of the membrane ( Fig. 10c View FIGURES 10 ). Aculeus 5 × as long as wide, with widely rounded apex ( Figs 10a – b View FIGURES 10 ). 2 long and narrow, papillose spermathecae 7.5–8 × as long as wide ( Fig. 10d View FIGURES 10 ).

Measurements: Female. BL= 4.8–5.2 mm (n=10); WL= 3.7–4.5 mm, C2= 0.8–1 mm; AL= 0.9–1.03 mm; AL/ C2=0.90–1.02. Male. BL= 4.2–4.6 mm (n=10); WL= 3.4–4.3 mm (n=10).

Host plants. Sonchus arvensis and S. palustris ( Merz 1994) .

Distribution. Austria ( Schiner 1864); Belarus (first record); Belgium ( Baugnée 2006); Bulgaria ( Merz & Korneyev 2004); Czech Republic ( Heřman & Kinkorová 2009); Denmark; Estonia (first record); Finland ( Kahanpää & Winqvist 2014); France ( Séguy 1934); Germany ( Merz 1999a); Hungary ( Merz 2001 a); Italy ( Belcari et al. 1995); Kazakhstan; Latvia ( Karpa 2008); Norway; Poland; Romania; Russia: European Territory ( Merz & Korneyev 2004), North Caucasus, West Siberia; Slovakia ( Heřman & Kinkorová 2009); Sweden ( Merz & Korneyev 2004); Switzerland ( Merz 1994); Ukraine. Was introduced as an agent of Sonchus arvensis biocontrol to Canada in 1979, 1980 and 1981 but has not established ( Foote et al. 1993).

MNKB

MNKB

ZISP

Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences

SIZK

Schmaulhausen Institute of Zoology

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Tephritidae

Genus

Tephritis

Loc

Tephritis dilacerata dilacerata ( Loew 1846 )

Korneyev, Severyn V. & Korneyev, Valery A. 2019
2019
Loc

Trypeta dilacerata

Loew, H. 1862: 107
Zetterstedt, J. W. 1847: 2223
Loew, H. 1846: 509
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