Drymeia pribilofensis (Malloch, 1919)

Savage, Jade & Sorokina, Vera S., 2021, Review of the North American fauna of Drymeia Meigen (Diptera, Muscidae) and evaluation of DNA barcodes for species-level identification in the genus, ZooKeys 1024, pp. 31-89: 31

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scientific name

Drymeia pribilofensis (Malloch, 1919)
status

 

Drymeia pribilofensis (Malloch, 1919)   Figs 4A View Figure 4 , 5A View Figure 5 , 8B View Figure 8

Eupogonomyia pribilofensis   Malloch, 1921: 179.

Pogonomyia inaequalis   Malloch, 1922: 81.

Type material examined.

Eupogonomyia pribilofensis   - Holotype male labelled " St. Paul Isd. / Alaska / VI-21-20"; "Presented by/ G.D. Hanna / Collector"/ " HOLOTYPE / pribilifensis [red]"; " Eupogonomyia   / Drymeia pribilofensis   / Mall. Type" ( CAS)   .

Other material examined.

More than 400 males and females from: Nearctic: Canada: Manitoba: Churchill   ; Northwest Territories: Aklavik, Aulavik Nt. Pk. (Banks Island), Kidluit Bay, Mould Bay , Tuktoyaktuk   ; Nunavut: Arviat [formerly Eskimo point], Bathurst Inlet, Cambridge Bay, Chesterfield, Coral Harbour, Frobisher Bay, Kugluktuk [formerly Coppermine], Landing Lake (7.5 km NW of Rankin Inlet), Naujaat [formerly Repulse Bay], Padlei, Williamson Lake   ; Quebec: Inukjuak [formerly Port Harrison], Kangirsuk [formerly Payne Bay], Sugluk   ; Yukon Territory: Herschel Island. Palaearctic: Russia: Taymyr Peninsula: Ary-Mas cordon, 90 km NW Khatanga, Dixon ; Yamalo-Nenez AO   ; Chukotka AO: Wrangel Island   ; Sakha Republic: Chokurdakh, Indigirka River ( BUIC, CNC, LEM, SZMN)   .

Distribution.

Nearctic: Canada (Manitoba, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Quebec, Yukon Territory), USA (Alaska). Palaearctic: Russia (W Siberia, Far East (Wrangel I. ))   .

DNA Barcode.

BOLDBIN: BOLD:AAD7664 (BIN merge with several other species, see Fig. 25 View Figure 25 ). See Suppl. material 1: Table S1 for GenBank accession numbers.

Remark.

Males of this species can be readily identified based on the combination of a reduced prealar, strongly projecting face (Fig. 4A View Figure 4 ) and distinctive chaetotaxy of the mid femur but the females can be difficult to distinguish from those of D. setibasis   and D. cantabrigensis   (see key to females). All barcoded specimens of D. pribilofensis   from our dataset clustered closest to one another on the neighbour-joining tree (Fig. 25 View Figure 25 ) with a maximum intraspecific p-distance of 0.15% but the distance to D. cristata   , one of the seven species found in the BOLD:AAD7664BIN merge was very low (min p-distance = 0.61%). We would therefore not recommend using COI to discriminate specimens of D. pribilofensis   from those of other species in this BIN.

CAS

California Academy of Sciences

CNC

Canadian National Collection of Insects, Arachnids, and Nematodes

SZMN

Siberian Zoological Museum

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Muscidae

Genus

Drymeia

Loc

Drymeia pribilofensis (Malloch, 1919)

Savage, Jade & Sorokina, Vera S. 2021
2021
Loc

Eupogonomyia pribilofensis

Malloch 1921
1921
Loc

Pogonomyia inaequalis

Rondani 1871
1871