Lispe tentaculata DeGeer, 1776

Ge, Yingqiang, Gao, Yunyun, Yan, Liping, Liu, Xianhui & Zhang, Dong, 2016, Review of the Lispe tentaculata-group (Diptera: Muscidae) in China, with one new synonym, Zoosystema 38 (3), pp. 339-352: 349

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http://doi.org/ 10.5252/z2016n3a4

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5154821

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scientific name

Lispe tentaculata DeGeer, 1776
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Lispe tentaculata DeGeer, 1776  

( Figs 1D View FIG ; 2D View FIG ; 4B, D, F View FIG ; 5D, E, F View FIG ; 11C, D View FIG )

Lispe tentaculata DeGeer, 1776: 86   .

MATERIAL EXAMINED. — 3 ♂, Beijing: Mt. Song , 31. V.2009, Coll. D. Zhang   ; 1 ♀, Beijing: Mt. Song , 1. VI.2009, Coll. D. Zhang   ; 47 ♂ and 35 ♀, Xinjiang: Kalamaili Nature Reserve , 11-14.VIII.2009, Coll. D. Zhang   ; 6♂ and 7♀, Xinjiang: Tekesi , 24.VIII.2013, Coll. M. Zhang   ; 85 ♂ and 62 ♀, Xinjiang: Kalamaili Nature Reserve , 18.V-23. VI. 2014, Coll. M. Zhang.  

DISTRIBUTION IN CHINA. — Beijing, Hebei, Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning, Shandong, Shanxi, Xinjiang.

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REMARKS

Hennig’s drawing (1960: 408, fig. 131, with a bended distal part) of the phallus of L. tentaculata   is not the same as in our dissection ( Fig. 11D View FIG , specimen from Xinjiang). In our dissection, the phallus of L. tentaculata   is straight and without a bended distal part, identical to Snyder’s drawing (1954: 15, fig. 53) of the phallus of L. sociabilis   , about which he stated “might serve equally well for patellata   and Nearctic specimens of tentaculata   ” ( Snyder 1954: 38). Snyder’s statement was confirmed by Vikhrev (2014: 154). These images are placed in one plate for comparison. We speculate that Hennig’s drawing was based on either an aberrant L. tentaculata   or an underlying species that curiously have both modified first fore tarsomere and bended phallus, an intermediate taxon between L. tentaculata   -subgroup and L. orientalis   -subgroup (more information in Discussion below).

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Royal British Columbia Museum - Herbarium

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Mykotektet, National Veterinary Institute

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Muscidae

Genus

Lispe

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Lispe tentaculata DeGeer, 1776

Ge, Yingqiang, Gao, Yunyun, Yan, Liping, Liu, Xianhui & Zhang, Dong 2016
2016
Loc

Lispe tentaculata

DeGeer 1776: 86
1776