Depressaria artemisiae Nickerl, 1864,

Buchner, Peter & Šumpich, Jan, 2020, Depressariidae (Lepidoptera) of the Russian Altai Mountains: new species, new records and updated checklist, Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae 60 (1), pp. 201-244: 230

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.37520/aemnp.2020.013

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:8B1A2630-FD4F-4592-9116-BAE629B235F4

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/CE1DC375-E322-FFFC-EEE9-D9BCFBB9BC98

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Tatiana

scientific name

Depressaria artemisiae Nickerl, 1864
status

 

Depressaria artemisiae Nickerl, 1864 

Material examined. RUSSIA: ALTAI REPUBLIC: Ust-Kan env. (6 km E), 50°56′05″N, 84°51′17″E, grassy steppe, meadows, 1100 m, 12.vii.2014, 1 Ƌ (Barcode NMPC-LEP-0168), J. Šumpich leg. ( NMPC); Belyashi (Dzhazator) env. (25 km NW), confluence of Argut and Karagem rivers, 49°51′56″N, 87°10′22″E, rocky steppe, 1400 m, 27.–28.vii.2017, 1 Ƌ (Barcode NMPC-LEP-0295), J. Šumpich leg. ( NMPC).

Molecular data. BIN BOLD: AAF 8250 (n = 29, 22 public, 4 from Altai). The average intraspecific divergence of the barcode region is 0.90% (maximum 2.10%). Two distinct clusters are developed, one of them comprises the Nearctic specimens and second one the Palaearctic ones where the Altaic specimens are assigned.

Distribution. Holarctic. In Russia widely distributed but local ( LVOVSKY 2006, 2008).

NMPC

National Museum Prague