Orthocephalus funestus Jakovlev

Namyatova, Anna A. & Konstantinov, Fedor V., 2009, Revision of the genus Orthocephalus Fieber, 1858 (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae: Orthotylinae) 2316, Zootaxa 2316, pp. 1-118: 51-53

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Orthocephalus funestus Jakovlev  

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Orthocephalus funestus Jakovlev, 1881: 195   .

Orthocephalus beresovskii fulvipes Reuter, 1906: 57– 58   (n. var.; junior primary homonym of Orthocephalus tenuicornis fulvipes   ).

Orthocephalus beresovskii Reuter, 1906: 57–58   NEW SYNONYMY.

Orthocephalus beresovskii tibialis Reuter, 1906: 57–58   (n. var.) NEW SYNONYMY.

Orthocephalus beresovskii fuscipes Reuter, 1906: 57–58   (n. var.) NEW SYNONYMY.

Orthocephalus beresovskii chinensis Stichel, 1958: 831   (n. name for Orthocephalus beresovskii fulvipes   ) NEW SYNON- YMY.

DIAGNOSIS: Mostly recognized by the relatively large body size, uniformly colored hemelytra, pale brown or yellowish forecoxa, femora often pale, apically with dark minute rounded spots (fig. 2), aedeagus with two spicules, the longer spicule with apex and base somewhat curved, small spicule comma-shaped, half as long as long spicule (fig. 7), medial sclerites of dorsal labiate plate curved, nearly equal in length to and distinctly more narrow than sclerotized ring (fig. 15). Males similar to those of O. fulvipes   but that species distinguished by the shorter body size and femora without spots. Females similar to those of O. vittipennis   and apparently not separable from that species in external characters. The latter species differing from O. funestus   in having notably wide medial sclerites (fig. 17). Dark females with uniformly dark brown to black coxae and femora not separable from those of O. coriaceus   .

REDESCRIPTION: Male: Macropterous; length 6.2–7.4. COLORATION (fig. 2): Head: Dark brown; vertex with spot near inner margin of eye, sometimes barely visible; maxillary plate often with pale brown or yellowish stripe below antennal fossa; antennal segment I often yellowish or pale brown, segment II often dark brown, sometimes with yellowish base, segments III and IV sometimes yellowish or pale brown, paler than apex of segment II, antenna rarely uniformly dark brown; labium uniformly dark brown or labial segments I and II yellowish to pale brown. Thorax: Pronotum and pleurites dark brown to black; evaporatorium yellowish or at least with yellowish posterior margin; scutellum uniformly dark brown to black; forecoxa often yellowish or pale brown, often darkened at apex; femora pale brown or yellowish, sometimes darkened apically, with a few series of rounded brown spots apically and along fore and hind margins; tibia yellowish, darkened apically and sometimes basally, with minute spots at bases of spines; tarsi dark brown to black; hemelytra dark brown to black; membrane typically uniformly pale brown, sometimes with pale areas basally. Abdomen: Uniformly dark brown to black. SURFACE AND VESTITURE: Similar to O. bivittatus   (as in figs. 22 A-C, E, 23 A, D). STRUCTURE AND MEASUREMENTS: Body 3.5–3.9× as long as width of pronotum. Head: Shape of head and eye similar to those of O. bivittatus   (as in figs. 20 B, 21 A, G); head 1.2–1.3× as wide as high, vertex 1.6–2.0× as wide as eye; eye located at a small distance from anterior pronotal margin; antennal fossa located close to inferior margin of eye; antennal segment I longer than diameter of eye, segment II not incrassate, 1.0–1.2× as long as basal width of pronotum, 1.4–1.7× as long as width of head; labium reaching middle coxa. Thorax: Pronotum 1.8–2.3× as wide as long and 1.3–1.5× as wide as head with posterior margin straight or slightly concave, lateral margins of pronotum not carinate, calli slightly raised; hind femora relatively narrow, approximately 1.5× as wide as middle femora. GENITALIA: Aedeagus with two spicules, long spicule longer than dorsal wall of theca, somewhat curved at apex and at base, short spicule distinctly shorter than dorsal wall of theca and half as long as longer one, comma-shaped (fig. 7); parameres as in fig. 11.

Female: Brachypterous, rarely macropterous; length 4.1–5.3. COLORATION: Similar to male but often darker, sometimes uniformly dark brown to black except for paler posterior margin of evaporatorium, antennal segments I, III, and IV, rarely only posterior margin of evaporatorium area and antennal segments III and IV pale brown. SURFACE AND VESTITURE: As in male. STRUCTURE AND MEASUREMENTS: Body 2.2–3.1× as long as width of pronotum. Head: 1.2–1.3× as wide as high; vertex 2.4–3.1× as wide as eye; antennal segment II 1.0–1.2× as long as basal width of pronotum, 1.2–1.4× as long as width of head. Thorax: Pronotum with concave posterior margin, 1.9–2.1× as wide as long and 1.1–1.4× as wide as head; length of hemelytra in brachypterous females ranging from reaching middle of abdominal segment VII to covering entire abdomen, typically reaching middle of abdominal segment VIII, claval commissure as long as inner claval margin, posterior and lateral margins of hemelytra rounded, shape of hemelytra in macropterous females distinctly more oval than in male. GENITALIA: Sclerotized rings oval, with comparatively robust walls, medial sclerites distinctly curved, twin-coned, nearly equal in length to and distinctly more narrow than sclerotized ring (fig. 15); posterior wall of bursa copulatrix with trapeziform sclerite uniformly sclerotized, incision on the anterior margin narrow and not reaching middle of sclerite, anterior angles of this sclerite somewhat dentate, posterior margin without sclerites (as in fig. 18, bivittatus   ); vulva with curved sclerites forming a circle (as in fig. 19, vittipennis   ).

DISTRIBUTION: The species is distributed in the Eastern Asia. It is widely known from the Russian Far East and Japan, reported from South Korea and northeastern China. New record for Mongolia.

HOSTS: Kerzhner (1978) reported the species from Artemisia montana (Nakai)   (as Artemisia gigantea Kitam.   ) ( Asteraceae   ) and Artemisia stelleriana (Bess.)   ( Asteraceae   ). Some specimens from the collection of ZISP were collected from Artemisia sp.   ( Asteraceae   ) by Narchuk.

DISCUSSION: The original description of O. beresovskii   by Reuter (1906) was based on females collected from Sichuan Province, China. In addition to the nominal variety, Reuter distinguished three varieties of O. beresovskii   , based on coloration of antennae and legs: O. beresovskii fuscipes   , O. beresovskii tibialis   , and O. beresovskii fulvipes   . The last was renamed by Stichel (1958) to O. beresovskii chinensis   as the name of the taxon was preoccupied. Our observations showed that O. beresovskii   and all its varieties are indistinguishable from O. funestus   in coloration, external morphology, and structure of the genitalia. This species is widely known from Eastern Asia, is very variable in coloration, and includes specimens with different combinations of the characters used by Reuter for separation of varieties of O. beresovskii   . As a consequence, O. beresovskii Reuter, 1906   and all its varieties are synonymized with O. funestus Jakovlev, 1881   .

SPECIMENS EXAMINED: Lectotype of Orthocephalus funestus   RUSSIAN FEDERATION: Primorsky Terr.: Vladivostok   , 43.11666 ° N 131.9 ° E, V. Jakovlev coll., 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258928) (ZISP). Lectotype of Orthocephalus beresovskii   : CHINA: Sichuan Prov.: [Lunan'fu, Khodzigou, 6000ft], May 1893 – Jun 1893, Berezovskiy, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00229227) (ZISP). Lectotype of Orthocephalus berezovskii var. fulvipes   [Gan'su, Khoysyan'], 01 May 1892 – 15 May 1892, Berezovskiy, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00225858) (ZISP). Lectotype of Orthocephalus berezovskii var. tibialis Reuter, 1906   [Gan'su, Khoysyan'], 01 May 1892 – 15 May 1892, Berezovskiy, 3♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259358) (ZISP). Lectotype of Orthocephalus berezovskii var. fuscipes Reuter, 1906   [Gan'su, Khoysyan'], 01 May 1892 – 15 May 1892, Berezovskiy, 3♀ (AMNH_PBI 00225858, AMNH_PBI 00259358, AMNH_PBI 00260615) (ZISP).

Paralectotypes of Orthocephalus berezovskii var. tibialis   : CHINA: [Gan'su, Khoysyan'], 01 May 1892 – 15 May 1892, Berezovskiy , 3♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00155298, AMNH_PBI 00257225, AMNH_PBI 00258513) ( ZISP)   ; 26 May 1892, Berezovskiy , 1♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00152217) ( ZISP)   ; Paralectotype of Orthocephalus berezovskii var. fuscipes   [Gan'su, Khoysyan'], 01 May 1892 – 15 May 1892, Berezovskiy, 1♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00253664) ( ZISP)   .

ADDITIONAL MATERIAL: CHINA: Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region: Ordos, Bago-gol, 1971, Przhevalskiy, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259192) (ZISP). Acheng [Ashikhe], 45.51666 ° N 126.95 ° E, 24 Jun 1903, Ladygin, 6♀ (AMNH_PBI 00228059, AMNH_PBI 00259137 through AMNH_PBI 00259141) (ZISP). Fu- tzya nr Harbin, 45.71666 ° N 126.6 ° E, 04 Jul 1923 - 23 Jul 1923, Ladygin, 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259142, AMNH_PBI 00259143) (ZISP). Harbin, 45.71666 ° N 126.6 ° E, 05 Jun 1903 - 25 Jun 1903, Ladygin, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259144) (ZISP); 18 Jun 1916, A.F. Emeljanov, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259191) (ZISP). [Between Upin and Dzhary], 09 Mar 1985, A. N. Kiritshenko, 3♀ (AMNH_PBI 00222963, AMNH_PBI 00228916, AMNH_PBI 00238230) (ZISP). [Da-tszyan'-lu], 01 Jul 1893, Potanin, 7♀ (AMNH_PBI 00159367, AMNH_PBI 00253847, AMNH_PBI 00256447) (ZISP). JAPAN: Hokkaido Island: 4-bangawa Road, 15 km S Shokanbetsu, Ishikari District Mt., 43.56666 ° N 141.51666 ° E, 15 Jul 1997, Vinokurov, 3♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259190), 3♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259145) (ZISP). Univ. Exp. Forest., Tomakomai, Iburi Dist., 42.61666 ° N 141.58333 ° E, 18 Jul 1997 - 22 Jul 1997, Vinokurov, 3♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259189) (ZISP). Honshu Island: Tochigi pref. Co.: Nikko, 36.73333 ° N 139.6 ° E, 15 Jun 1934, Zhenzhurist, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259795), 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257577, AMNH_PBI 00263423) (ZISP). Tokyo pref.: Gatemba SW Tokio, 35.45 ° N 139.31666 ° E, 04 Jul 1935 - 05 Jul 1935, Zhenzhurist, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259147) (ZISP). Kunitachi, 35.66666 ° N 139.43333 ° E, 14 May 1935, Zhenzhurist, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259146) (ZISP). Kyushu (Island): Unzen, Kiu Shiu, 32.75 ° N 130.28333 ° E, 18 Jun 1916, Cherskiy, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259193) (ZISP). KOREA: South Korea: Bal'mak [Pal'mak], 35.35 ° N 126.48333 ° E, 29 Jun 1900, Shmidt, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259178) (ZISP). MONGOLIA: South Govi Aimak: Nr Muna-Ula Mt., 29 Jun 1871 - 20 Jul 1871, Przhevalskiy, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259194) (ZISP). RUSSIAN FEDERATION: Amur Prov.: Simonovo, 75 km W Svobodnyi, 51.45 ° N 126.96666 ° E, 23 Jun 1959, I. M. Kerzhner, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259084) (ZISP). Khabarovsk Terr.: 4,3-5,3 km [4-5 verst] upstream from Tambovskoe, Amur River, 50.88333 ° N 138.15 ° E, 11 Jun 1911, Soldatov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259088) (ZISP). Between Shelekhovo and Litvintsevo, 51.06666 ° N 138.46666 ° E, 25 Jun 1911 - 08 Jul 1911, Soldatov, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258908), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259087) (ZISP). Kadi and Bulava, downstream of Yenisey River, 51.88333 ° N 140.41666 ° E, 26 Jul 1910 - 27 Jul 1910, Soldatov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259086) (ZISP). Kuk Bay, Amur River, 80 km [75 verst] upstream from Nikolaevsk-na-Amure [Nikolaevsk], 53.11666 ° N 139.81666 ° E, 10 Jul 1915, Soldatov, 3♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257808 through AMNH_PBI 00257810) (ZISP). Kul'ku River [former Amur Prov.], 59.21666 ° N 146.28333 ° E, 29 Jun 1911 - 12 Jul 1911, Soldatov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259089) (ZISP). Litvintsevo Vill., nr Pusuy, 51.132 ° N 138.553 ° E, 17 Jul 1911 - 19 Jul 1911, Soldatov, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258907) (ZISP). Nizhnetambovskoe, 50.9167 ° N 138.2 ° E, 15 Jun 1911, Soldatov, 4♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259155 through AMNH_PBI 00259158) (ZISP); 20 Jun 1911, Soldatov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259154) (ZISP). Northern Bank of Kizi Lake, lower course of Amur River, 51.6 ° N 140.43 ° E, 27 Jul 1928, Formozov, 2♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258905, AMNH_PBI 00258906), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259083) (ZISP); 29 Jul 1928, Formozov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259082) (ZISP). Orel' Lake, 64 km [60 verst] from Nikolaevsk-na-Amure [Nikolaevsk], 53.31666 ° N 139.8 ° E, 10 Jul 1913 - 11 Jul 1913, Soldatov, 3♂ (AMNH_PBI 00257901 through AMNH_PBI 00257903), 4♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257804 through AMNH_PBI 00257807) (ZISP). Shantarskie Islands, Okhotskoe Sea, 55 ° N 137.1 ° E, 22 Jul 1913, Soldatov, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259195) (ZISP). Torgon nr Troitskoe, downsream of Amur River, 49.28333 ° N 136.4 ° E, 01 Jul 1910, Soldatov, 6♂ (AMNH_PBI 00240068, AMNH_PBI 00255678, AMNH_PBI 00257896 through AMNH_PBI 00257899), 16♀ (AMNH_PBI 00222815, AMNH_PBI 00225809, AMNH_PBI 00257785 through AMNH_PBI 00257798) (ZISP). Tver' Pushka nr Voznesenskoe, downstream of Amur River, 50.11666 ° N 136.95 ° E, 02 Jul 1907, Soldatov, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00257900), 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257799, AMNH_PBI 00257800) (ZISP). Vyatskoe, right bank of Amur river, 48.71666 ° N 135.71666 ° E, 13 Jun 1910, Soldatov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259085) (ZISP); 30 Jun 1912, Soldatov, 3♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257801 through AMNH_PBI 00257803) (ZISP). Primorsky Terr.: Adimi, 47.31666 ° N 138.93333 ° E, Emeljanov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259120) (ZISP). Bol'shoy Uliss nr Vladivostok   , 43.08 ° N 131.92 ° E, 1911, G. Val', 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259119) (ZISP); 18 Jun 1911, Rydzevskiy and Kuznetsov, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259187) (ZISP); 22 Jun 1911, Rydzevskiy and Kuznetsov, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259186) (ZISP). Dmitrievka, 44.21666 ° N 132.46666 ° E, 30 Jun 1914, Emeljanov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257826) (ZISP). Egersheld Cape nr Vladivostok   , 43.09 ° N 131.87 ° E, 02 Jun 1907, Cherskiy, 2♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259183, AMNH_PBI 00259184), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259118) (ZISP). Fanza St., Suchan Dist., Ussuriysk Prov., 43.18333 ° N 133.21666 ° E, 16 Jun 1928 - 23 Jun 1928, Obolenskiy, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00257862) (ZISP); 20 Jun 1928, Obolenskiy, 11♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257774 through AMNH_PBI 00257784) (ZISP); 23 Jun 1928 - 25 Jun 1928, Obolenskiy, 34♂ (AMNH_PBI 00227033, AMNH_PBI 00257863 through AMNH_PBI 00257895), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257773) (ZISP). Kamen'-Rybolov (former Troitskoe) nr Khanka Lake, 44.73333 ° N 132.03333 ° E, 18 Apr 1910, Tarabarov, 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259121, AMNH_PBI 00259122) (ZISP); 06 Jul 1910, Tarabarov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259123) (ZISP). Kedrovaya Pad' Nature Reserve, 43.067 ° N 131.617 ° E, 25 Jul 1926 - 26 Jul 1926, N. Kuznetsov, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258902), 6♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259068 through AMNH_PBI 00259073) (ZISP). Kondratenovka, middle Stream of Suputinka River, 43.61666 ° N 132.15 ° E, 09 Jul 1935, Samoylov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259149) (ZISP). Kordon Amerika, Lazovskiy Dist., 43.26666 ° N 134.05 ° E, 24 Jun 1905, Shokhrin, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259134) (ZISP). Krivoy Klyuch, Tributary of Suputinka River, 43.73333 ° N 132.11666 ° E, 06 Aug 1935, Samoylov, 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259151, AMNH_PBI 00259152) (ZISP); 07 Jul 1937, W. Richter, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258904) (ZISP); 11 Jul 1937, W. Richter, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259079) (ZISP); 17 Jul 1937, W. Richter, 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259077, AMNH_PBI 00259078) (ZISP); 01 Jul 1938, Samoylov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259150) (ZISP). Lazovskiy Nat. Reserve, 43.25 ° N 134.11666 ° E, 05 Aug 2006, F. Konstantinov, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00253404) (ZISP). Lazovsky [Primorsky] Nature Reserve, Kievka [Sudzukhe] River, 42.9 ° N 133.68333 ° E, 07 Jul 1948, Sharov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259132) (ZISP); 14 Jul 1948, Sharov, 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259130, AMNH_PBI 00259131) (ZISP). Middle Stream of Maykhe River, Ussuriysk Prov., 43.31 ° N 132.29 ° E, 01 Jul 1930, Shabliovskiy, 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259075, AMNH_PBI 00259076) (ZISP). Middle stream of Suputinka River, tributary of Suyfun River, 44.26528 ° N 131.69194 ° E, 08 Jul 1937, W. Richter, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258903), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259080) (ZISP); 23 Jun 1940, Ivanov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259153) (ZISP). Monastyrishche, 44.18333 ° N 132.46666 ° E, 30 May 1907, A.F. Emeljanov, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00257915), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257825) (ZISP). Nadezhda Khutor nr Barabash, Ussuriysk Kray, 43.18333 ° N 131.48333 ° E, 08 Jul 1912, Filipkovskiy, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259081) (ZISP). Nr Lazo, 43.36666 ° N 133.88333 ° E, 06 Jul 1905 - 07 Jul 1905, Shokhrin, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259133) (ZISP). Okeanskaya Railway Station nr Vladivostok   , 43.16666 ° N 131.9 ° E, 15 Jun 1910, Cherskiy, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259180) (ZISP); 20 Jun 1910, Cherskiy, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259117), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259117) (ZISP); 10 Jul 1959, Fal'kovich, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259135) (ZISP); 23 Jun 1981, Kasparyan, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259185) (ZISP). Pos'yet, Ussuriysk Prov., 42.63333 ° N 130.78333 ° E, 29 Jun 1907, Pulezo, 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259066, AMNH_PBI 00259067) (ZISP); 06 Jul 1907, Pulezo, 4♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259058 through AMNH_PBI 00259061) (ZISP); 11 Jul 1907, Pulezo, 3♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259062 through AMNH_PBI 00259064) (ZISP); 15 Jul 1907, Pulezo, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259065) (ZISP). Sedanka nr Vladivostok   , 43.16666 ° N 131.91666 ° E, 09 Jun 1912, Berger, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259124) (ZISP). Southern Coast of Tatarskiy Gulf, 50 ° N 141 ° E, 31 Jul 1915, Krylov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259128) (ZISP). Sukhodol [former Kangauz] Bay, 43.15 ° N 132.33333 ° E, 05 Jul 1911, Rydzevskiy and Kuznetsov, 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257811, AMNH_PBI 00257812) (ZISP); 14 Jul 1911, Rydzevskiy and Kuznetsov, 4♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257821 through AMNH_PBI 00257824) (ZISP); 17 Jul 1911, Rydzevskiy and Kuznetsov, 6♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257813 through AMNH_PBI 00257816, AMNH_PBI 00257818 through AMNH_PBI 00257819) (ZISP); 22 Jul 1911, Rydzevskiy and Kuznetsov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257820) (ZISP); 27 Jul 1911, Rydzevskiy and Kuznetsov, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00257904) (ZISP). Vinogradovka, 46.2 ° N 134.4 ° E, 04 Jul 1929, A. N. Kiritshenko, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258884) (ZISP); 06 Jul 1929, A. N. Kiritshenko, 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259032, AMNH_PBI 00259033) (ZISP); 07 Jul 1929, A. N. Kiritshenko, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258885), 3♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259034 through AMNH_PBI 00259036) (ZISP); 08 Jul 1929, A. N. Kiritshenko, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258883) (ZISP); 09 Jul 1929, A. N. Kiritshenko, 3♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258880 through AMNH_PBI 00258882) (ZISP); 10 Jul 1929, A. N. Kiritshenko, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258879), 3♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259028 through AMNH_PBI 00259030) (ZISP); 16 Jul 1929, A. N. Kiritshenko, 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259037, AMNH_PBI 00259038) (ZISP); 18 Jul 1929, A. N. Kiritshenko, 7♀ (AMNH_PBI 00224355, AMNH_PBI 00259023 through AMNH_PBI 00259027, AMNH_PBI 00259056) (ZISP); 25 Jul 1929, A. N. Kiritshenko, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259031) (ZISP). Vladivostok   , 43.11666 ° N 131.9 ° E, 07 Jun 1909, Berger, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259126) (ZISP); 11 Jun 1909, Berger, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259127) (ZISP); 04 Jul 1909, Berger, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259125) (ZISP); 04 Jul 1910, Cherskiy, 2♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259181, AMNH_PBI 00259182) (ZISP); 1911, M. Panakin, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259179) (ZISP); Jul 1918, Kardakov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259129) (ZISP). Yakovlevka, 44.4 ° N 133.45 ° E, 09 Jun 1926, Dyakonov & Filip'ev, 2♂ (AMNH_PBI 00257853, AMNH_PBI 00257854), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00152907) (ZISP); 11 Jun 1926, Dyakonov & Filip'ev, 11♂ (AMNH_PBI 00257839 through AMNH_PBI 00257849), 7♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257732 through AMNH_PBI 00257738) (ZISP); 14 Jun 1926, Dyakonov & Filip'ev, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00257859), 3♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257765 through AMNH_PBI 00257767) (ZISP); 17 Jun 1926, Dyakonov & Filip'ev, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00257861), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257769) (ZISP); 18 Jun 1926, Dyakonov & Filip'ev, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00222909), 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00249655, AMNH_PBI 00263747) (ZISP); 19 Jun 1926, Dyakonov & Filip'ev, 3♂ (AMNH_PBI 00257850 through AMNH_PBI 00257852), 14♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257739 through AMNH_PBI 00257750, AMNH_PBI 00257770 through AMNH_PBI 00257771) (ZISP); 24 Jun 1926, Dyakonov & Filip'ev, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00228160) (ZISP); 26 Jun 1926, Dyakonov & Filip'ev, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00257855), 4♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257757 through AMNH_PBI 00257760) (ZISP); 28 Jun 1926, Dyakonov & Filip'ev, 3♂ (AMNH_PBI 00257856 through AMNH_PBI 00257858), 4♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257761 through AMNH_PBI 00257764) (ZISP); 09 Jul 1926, Dyakonov & Filip'ev, 6♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257751 through AMNH_PBI 00257756) (ZISP); 13 Jul 1926, Dyakonov & Filip'ev, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257768) (ZISP); 13 Aug 1926, Dyakonov & Filip'ev, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00257860) (ZISP); 26 Jun 1927, Stakelberg, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259074) (ZISP). Zolotoy Rog Bay nr Vladivostok   , 43.05 ° N 131.93333 ° E, 08 Jul 1911, Rydzevskiy and Kuznetsov, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259188) (ZISP); 17 Jul 1911, Rydzevskiy and Kuznetsov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00257817) (ZISP). Sakhalin Prov.: 5 km E Yuzno-Sakhalinsk, 46.95 ° N 142.78333 ° E, 20 Sep 1997, Yu. M. Marusik, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259197), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259162) (ZISP). Alekhino, Kunashir Island, 43.91667 ° N 145.525 ° E, 06 Aug 1971, Narchuk, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258918) (ZISP); 29 Jul 1973, I. M. Kerzhner, 2♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258901), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00258901) (ZISP). Dubovoe nr Golovnino, Kunashir Island, 43.73333 ° N 145.55 ° E, 18 Jul 1973, I. M. Kerzhner, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259014) (ZISP). Due, Sakhalin Is., 50.81666 ° N 142.1 ° E, 20 Jun 1914, Belousov, 2♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258922, AMNH_PBI 00258923), 7♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259091 through AMNH_PBI 00259097), 1 juvenille (AMNH_PBI 00259116) (ZISP). Golovnino, Kunashir Is., 43.73333 ° N 145.71666 ° E, 01 Sep 1997, Yu. M. Marusik, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259163) (ZISP). Khorokhotanay, Siretoko Peninsula, Sakhalin, 46.21666 ° N 143.48333 ° E, 18 Aug 1947, Pototskiy, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259099) (ZISP). Korsakovsk, 46.61666 ° N 142.76666 ° E, 28 Jun 1901 - 29 Jun 1901, Shmidt, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258929), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00258930) (ZISP). Krabozavodsk, Shikotan Island, 43.81666 ° N 146.75 ° E, 13 Jul 1965, Ermolenko, 2♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258889, AMNH_PBI 00258890), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259043), 2 juvenille (AMNH_PBI 00259052, AMNH_PBI 00259053) (ZISP). Kray Sveta Peak, Shikotan Island, 43.93333 ° N 145.93333 ° E, 19 Aug 1971, Narchuk, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258915) (ZISP). Kunashir Island, coast of Pacific ocean near Kosmodemyansk, 44.13333 ° N 145.85 ° E, 23 Aug 1964, Krivolutskaya, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258925), 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259111, AMNH_PBI 00259112) (ZISP); 24 Aug 1964, Konovalova, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258926) (ZISP). Kuznetsovo, Gornozavodsk Dist., Sakhalin, 46.05 ° N 141.93333 ° E, 19 Jul 1953, Gusev, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00259102), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259103) (ZISP). Lagunnoe Lake, West of Yuzno-Kuril'sk, 44.06 ° N 145.75 ° E, 25 Jul 1955, Violovich, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258927), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259114) (ZISP); 12 Jul 1973, I. M. Kerzhner, 4♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258863, AMNH_PBI 00258864) (ZISP). Malokurilskoe, Shikotan Mt., Shikotan Island, 43.85 ° N 146.81666 ° E, 11 Jul 1965, Ermolenko, 6♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258894 through AMNH_PBI 00258897), 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259045, AMNH_PBI 00259046) (ZISP); 12 Jul 1965, Ermolenko, 3♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258891 through AMNH_PBI 00258893), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259044) (ZISP); 16 Aug 1971 - 22 Aug 1971, Tanasiychuk, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258919), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00258919) (ZISP); 18 Aug 1971, Narchuk, 3♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258914) (ZISP); 20 Jun 1973, I. M. Kerzhner, 8♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258870 through AMNH_PBI 00258872), 10♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259018 through AMNH_PBI 00259021), 3 juvenille (AMNH_PBI 00258877) (ZISP); 21 Jun 1973, I. M. Kerzhner, 3♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258873, AMNH_PBI 00258874) (ZISP). Mendeleevo, 43.91666 ° N 145.76666 ° E, 28 Aug 1971, Narchuk, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258917) (ZISP). Mendeleev volcano, Kunashir Island, 43.977 ° N 145.749 ° E, 11 Aug 1973, I. M. Kerzhner, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259022) (ZISP). Novoaleksandrovsk, South Sakhalin, 47 ° N 142.7 ° E, 16 Aug 1953, Gusev, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259101) (ZISP); 11 Jul 1968, Narchuk, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258912) (ZISP); 22 Jul 1971, Narchuk, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258913) (ZISP); 13 Aug 1973, Kuporosov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259057) (ZISP). Pereput'e 12 km N Kuznetsovo, Sakhalin, 46.28333 ° N 141.9 ° E, 23 Jul 1953, Gusev, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258924), 4♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259104 through AMNH_PBI 00259107), 1 juvenille (AMNH_PBI 00259115) (ZISP). Poroantomari [Pomari-po], 46.36 ° N 142.47 ° E, 15 Jun 1901, Shmidt, 1 juvenille (AMNH_PBI 00259136) (ZISP). Pravda, 12 km S Kholmsk, 46.93333 ° N 142 ° E, 15 Jul 1968, Narchuk, Artemisia sp.   ( Asteraceae   ), 2♂ (AMNH_PBI 00158340) (ZISP); 26 Jul 1971, Narchuk, 3♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258909 through AMNH_PBI 00258911), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00258909) (ZISP). Sernovodsk, Kunashir Island, 43.93333 ° N 145.66666 ° E, 28 Jun 1973, I. M. Kerzhner, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00239605), 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00235281) (ZISP); 14 Jul 1973, I. M. Kerzhner, 2♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258866), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259015) (ZISP); 15 Jul 1973, I. M. Kerzhner, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258867), 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259016), 1 juvenille (AMNH_PBI 00258876) (ZISP); 16 Jul 1973, I. M. Kerzhner, 2♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258868, AMNH_PBI 00258869), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259017) (ZISP). Shakotan [Malokuril'skoe], 43.85 ° N 146.81666 ° E, 24 Jun 1968, Narchuk, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259090) (ZISP). Shikotan Island, Kuril Islands, 43.8 ° N 146.75 ° E, 16 Jul 1965, Ermolenko, 6♂ (AMNH_PBI 00234806, AMNH_PBI 00258885 through AMNH_PBI 00258888), 6♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259039 through AMNH_PBI 00259042), 1 juvenille (AMNH_PBI 00259051) (ZISP). Slopes of Shikotan Mt., Shikotan Island., Kuril Islands, 43.86 ° N 146.86 ° E, 23 Jul 1965, Ermolenko, 7♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258898 through AMNH_PBI 00258900), 6♀ (AMNH_PBI 00250725, AMNH_PBI 00259049 through AMNH_PBI 00259050) (ZISP); 05 Aug 1965, Ermolenko, 1 juvenille (AMNH_PBI 00259054) (ZISP); 16 Jul 1971, Ermolenko, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259047) (ZISP). Southern Coast of Iturup Island, Kuril Islands, 44.58333 ° N 147.23333 ° E, 31 Jul 1965, Ermolenko, 1 juvenille (AMNH_PBI 00259055) (ZISP). Southern Skhalin, 46.95 ° N 142.71666 ° E, Zhenzhurist, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259100) (ZISP). Tobuti, Siretoko Peninusla, Sakhalin Is., 46.5 ° N 143.3 ° E, 10 Aug 1947, Pototskiy, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259098) (ZISP). Tret'yakovo, Kunashir Island, 43.98889 ° N 145.64167 ° E, 04 Jul 1968, Narchuk, 3♂ (AMNH_PBI 00155232, AMNH_PBI 00258920), 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00258920) (ZISP); 05 Jul 1968, Narchuk, 4♂ (AMNH_PBI 00152906, AMNH_PBI 00258921) (ZISP); 26 Jul 1970, Tikhomirov, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259113) (ZISP); 30 Jun 1971, Ermolenko, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259048) (ZISP); 03 Jun 1973, I. M. Kerzhner, 2 juvenille (AMNH_PBI 00258875) (ZISP); 01 Jul 1973, I. M. Kerzhner, 5♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258856 through AMNH_PBI 00258858), 8♀ (AMNH_PBI 00258858, AMNH_PBI 00259004 through AMNH_PBI 00259008) (ZISP); 05 Jul 1973, I. M. Kerzhner, 5♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258860, AMNH_PBI 00258861), 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259009, AMNH_PBI 00259010) (ZISP); 03 Aug 1973, I. M. Kerzhner, 2♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258859) (ZISP); 10 Aug 1973, I. M. Kerzhner, 1♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258862) (ZISP). Tsyboy, Shikotan Is., Kuril Islands, 43.8 ° N 146.75 ° E, 24 Aug 1947, Skarlato, 3♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259108 through AMNH_PBI 00259110) (ZISP). Tyatino, Kunashir, 44.26666 ° N 146.16666 ° E, 29 Aug 1997, Yu. M. Marusik, 2♂ (AMNH_PBI 00225937, AMNH_PBI 00259161), 12♀ (AMNH_PBI 00225937, AMNH_PBI 00259159 through AMNH_PBI 00259161, AMNH_PBI 00259161) (ZISP). Yuzhno-Kurilsk, Kunashir Island, 44.03 ° N 145.86 ° E, 12 Aug 1971, Narchuk, 4♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258916, AMNH_PBI 00260616) (ZISP); 11 Jul 1973, I. M. Kerzhner, 2♂ (AMNH_PBI 00258865, AMNH_PBI 00258865), 3♀ (AMNH_PBI 00259012, AMNH_PBI 00259013) (ZISP). Yevreyskaya Prov.: Bolshoy In River, 55 km SEE Birobidzhan, 48.6 ° N 133.6 ° E, 21 Aug 1982, Zinoviev, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00250453) (ZISP).

AMNH

American Museum of Natural History

ZISP

Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Miridae

Genus

Orthocephalus

Loc

Orthocephalus funestus Jakovlev

Namyatova, Anna A. & Konstantinov, Fedor V. 2009
2009
Loc

Orthocephalus beresovskii chinensis

Stichel, W. 1958: 831
1958
Loc

Orthocephalus beresovskii fulvipes

Reuter, O. M. 1906: 58
1906
Loc

Orthocephalus beresovskii

Reuter, O. M. 1906: 58
1906
Loc

Orthocephalus beresovskii tibialis

Reuter, O. M. 1906: 58
1906
Loc

Orthocephalus beresovskii fuscipes

Reuter, O. M. 1906: 58
1906
Loc

Orthocephalus funestus

Jakovlev, B. E. 1881: 195
1881