Pristiphora appendiculata (Hartig, 1837),

Prous, Marko, Kramp, Katja & Liston 1, Veli VikbergAndrew, 2017, North-Western Palaearctic species of Pristiphora (Hymenoptera, Tenthredinidae), Journal of Hymenoptera Research 59, pp. 1-190: 62

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scientific name

Pristiphora appendiculata (Hartig, 1837)
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Pristiphora appendiculata (Hartig, 1837)  Figs 19, 21, 61, 105, 187, 262

Pristiphora pallipes  Serville, 1823: 75. Secondary homonym of Tenthredo pallipes  Fallén, 1808 [= Pristiphora carinata  (Hartig, 1837)]. Lectotype ♀ (designated by Lacourt 2000) in MNHN, not examined. Type locality: Paris, France.

Pristiphora pallipes  Lepeletier, 1823: 60. Primary homonym of Pristiphora pallipes  Serville, 1823 [= Pristiphora appendiculata  (Hartig, 1837)]. Lectotype ♀ (designated by Lacourt 2000) in MNHN, not examined. Type locality: Paris, France.

Tenthredo (Nematus) pallicornis  T.W. Harris, 1835: 583. Type(s) not available. Nomen nudum.

Tenthredo (Nematus) labrata  T.W. Harris, 1835: 583. Type(s) not available. Nomen nudum.

Nematus flavipes  Dahlbom, 1835a: 25-26. Nomen oblitum. Holotype ♀ in MZLU, examined. Type locality: Lund, Sweden.

Nematus appendiculatus  Hartig, 1837: 202-203. Nomen protectum. See Blank et al. (2009). Lectotype ♀ (GBIF-GISHym3197; designated by Prous et al. 2016) in ZSM, examined. Type locality: Germany according to the title of the publication.

Nematus fuscicornis  Hartig, 1837: 225. No syntypes were found in ZSM. Type locality: Harz, Germany. Synonymised with Nematus appendiculatus  by Stein (1881).

Nematus enervis  Herrich-Schäffer, 1840: 176. Replacement name for Pristiphora pallipes  Lepeletier, 1823.

Nematus cathoraticus  Förster, 1854: 325-326. Lectotype ♀ (GBIF-GISHym3214; designated by Prous et al. 2016) in ZSM, examined. Type locality: Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

Nematus pallicornis  Norton, 1861: 160. 3 ♀ syntypes in MCZ (http://140.247.119.225/mcz/Species_record.php?id=22468), although 4 specimens were mentioned in the original description, not examined. Type locality: Massachusetts, USA. Synonymised with P. pallipes  by Smith (1966).

Nematus pallicornis var. labratus  Norton, 1861: 160. Holotype ♀ possibly in ANSP or MCZ. Type locality: Massachusetts, USA. Synonymised with P. rufipes  auct. by Smith (1979).

Pristiphora grossulariae  Walsh, 1866: 123. Neotype ♀ (designated by Zinovjev and Smith 2000) in ANSP, not examined. Type locality: possibly (if the neotype belongs to the syntype series) Davenport, Iowa, USA. Synonymised with Nematus appendiculatus  by Dalla Torre (1894).

Nematus  Peletieri [sic!] André, 1880: 111. Replacement name for Pristiphora pallipes  Lepeletier, 1823.

Nematus hypobalius  Zaddach in Brischke, 1884: 154. Holotype ♀ possibly destroyed ( Blank and Taeger 1998). Type locality: Hungary. Synonymised with P. pallipes  by Konow (1905).

Nematus pumilus  Zaddach in Brischke, 1884: 172. 2 ♂ syntypes possibly destroyed ( Blank and Taeger 1998). Type locality: Chernyakhovsk [Insterburg], Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia. Synonymised with P. pallipes  by Konow (1905).

Nematus  Ghilianii [sic!] Costa, 1894: 73. Syntype(s) ♂ possibly in MZUN, not examined. Type locality: Alps [Alpi boreali], Europe. Synonymised with P. pallipes  by Konow (1905).

Pristiphora (Pristiphora) anivskiensis  Haris, 2006a: 194-195, syn. n. Holotype ♂ (DEI-GISHym80340; http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.5100763) in HNHM, examined. Type locality: Novo-Aleksandrovsk, Sakhalin Oblast, Russia.

Similar species.

Smooth mesopostnotum (Fig. 19), claws without subapical tooth (Fig. 21), and the structure of serrula (Fig. 187) or penis valves (Fig. 262) allow separation of this species from other similar species in the ruficornis  and rufipes  groups.

Genetic data.

Based on COI barcode sequences, specimens of this species are divided between two BIN clusters (BOLD:AAG7866 and BOLD:AAU8684) (Fig. 1 in Prous et al. 2016). Minimum distance between the clusters is 3.26%. However, BOLD:AAU8684 might represent a cluster of nuclear mitochondrial pseudogenes ( Prous et al. 2016). Based on nuclear data (two specimens and both genes combined), maximum within species divergence is 0.3% and the nearest neighbour is 1.8% different ( P. pusilla  ).

Host plants.

Ribes  spp. Ribes alpinum  L. ( Kangas 1985, as P. rufipes  ), R. rubrum  L. ( Adam 1973, as P. pallipes  ), R. uva-crispa  L. emend. Lam. ( Adam 1973, Kangas 1985), R. aureum  Pursh ( Adam 1973), R. sanguineum  Pursh ( Adam 1973), R. nigrum  L. ( Adam 1973), R. spicatum  Robs. ( Kontuniemi 1975, as P. pallipes  ).

Distribution and material examined.

Palaearctic, Nearctic. Specimens studied are from Austria, Canada, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Russia (Republic of Bashkortostan, Sakhalin Oblast), and Sweden.