Ecpyrrhorrhoe rubellalis (Snellen, 1890) Xiang & Chen & Chen & Duan & Zhang, 2022

Xiang, Lanbin, Chen, Kai, Chen, Xiaohua, Duan, Yongjiang & Zhang, Dandan, 2022, A revision of the genus Ecpyrrhorrhoe Huebner, 1825 from China based on morphology and molecular data, with descriptions of five new species (Lepidoptera, Crambidae, Pyraustinae), ZooKeys 1090, pp. 1-44 : 1

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scientific name

Ecpyrrhorrhoe rubellalis (Snellen, 1890)
status

comb. nov.

Ecpyrrhorrhoe rubellalis (Snellen, 1890)   comb. nov.

Figs 18 View Figures 13–21 , 34 View Figures 34–37 , 49 View Figures 44–49

Botys rubellalis   Snellen, 1890: 577.

Ecpyrrhorrhoe aduncis   Gao, Zhang & Wang, 2013: 312. Syn. nov.

Diagnosis.

Forewing length: 11.0-14.0 mm. In appearance, Ecpyrrhorrhoe rubellalis   resembles E. minnehaha   , but can still be recognized by its larger forewing length, yellowish brown ground color of wings with yellow fringe, and more oblique antemedial line of forewing (Fig. 18 View Figures 13–21 ); in the male genitalia (Fig. 34 View Figures 34–37 ) by the broader valva with truncate tip, and the nearly spine-shaped, thin and short sella, by the phallus apically with a densely dentated, triangular projection and a thick spine bearing a broad and long, spinulose base on the anellus; in the female genitalia (Fig. 49 View Figures 44–49 ) by the antrum without spinules and large second (posterior) signum.

Material examined.

Type material. Botys rubellalis   : Lectotype (newly designated in this study) ♂, Sikkim, ?000 feet, 1886, O. Möller [leg.], NHMUK slide No. 010315144 ( NHMUK). Ecpyrrhorrhoe aduncis   : Holotype ♂, China: Taiwan: Sikanshui , Taipei, 25.01° N, 121.27°E, alt. 550-600 m, 4.VIII.2006, Li Houhun leg., genitalia slide No. GQ 11127 ( NKU) GoogleMaps   .

Other material examined.

China: Guangxi: 1♀, Hekou Station, Mt. Dayaoshan , 24.14°N, 110.09°E, alt. 823 m, 18.VII.2015, Zhao Shengnan, Qi Mujie leg. ( NKU) GoogleMaps   ; 2♂, Lianhuashan, Mt. Dayaoshan , 24.15°N, 110.11°E, alt. 1000 m, 22.VII.2015, Zhao Shengnan, Qi Mujie leg. GoogleMaps   , genitalia slide No. ZDD12046 View Materials , molecular voucher No. LEP0110 ( NKU)   ; 1♂, Bainan, Napo , 23.03°N, 105.48°E, alt. 300 m, 23.VII.2013, Chen Xiaohua leg. GoogleMaps   , genitalia slide No. SYSU1561; Hainan: 2♂ 1♀, Mt. Yinggeling , 19.05°N, 109.50°E, alt. 954 m, 4.IX.2013, Chen Xiaohua leg. GoogleMaps   , genitalia slide No. SYSU0008 (♂), SYSU0230 (♂), SYSU0243 (♀, molecular voucher No. LEP0023)   ; 1♂, Yingzui, Mt. Yinggeling , 23.V.2010, Du Xicui, Liao Li leg.   , genitalia slide No. SYSU1562; 1♂ 2♀, Shuiman Village, Mt. Wuzhishan , 18.88°N, 109.67°E, alt. 667 m, 6.IX.2013, Li Jinwei, Chen Xiaohua, Xie Weicai leg. GoogleMaps   ; 1♂, Mt. Wuzhishan , 18.53°N, 109.39°E, alt. 742 m, 22.V.2015, Cong Peixin, Guan Wei, Hu Sha. leg. ( NKU) GoogleMaps   ; 1♂ 1♀, Mt. Wuzhishan , alt. 795 m, 19, 20.V.2014, Xu Lijun, Xu Dan leg.   ; 1♂, Mt. Diaoluoshan , alt. 500 m, 24.V.2014, Xu Lijun, Xu Dan leg.   ; 1♀, Mt. Diaoluoshan , 18.43°N, 109.52°E, alt. 922 m, 26.V.2015, Cong Peixin, Guan Wei, Hu Sha. leg. ( NKU) GoogleMaps   ; 1♀, Nankai Village, Baisha , 19.07°N, 109.42°E, alt. 294 m, 19.V.2013, Li Jinwei leg. GoogleMaps   ; 1♀, Mt. Limushan , 19.18°N, 109.73°E, alt. 755 m, 2.XI.2013, Chen Kai, Chen Xiaohua leg. GoogleMaps  

Distribution.

China (Guangxi, Hainan, Taiwan), India.

Remarks.

Snellen (1890) described E. rubellalis   from two specimens collected by Möller in Sikkim. One of them is here designated as the lectotype.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Lepidoptera

Family

Crambidae

Genus

Ecpyrrhorrhoe

Loc

Ecpyrrhorrhoe rubellalis (Snellen, 1890)

Xiang, Lanbin, Chen, Kai, Chen, Xiaohua, Duan, Yongjiang & Zhang, Dandan 2022
2022
Loc

Botys rubellalis

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Loc

Ecpyrrhorrhoe aduncis

Xiang & Chen & Chen & Duan & Zhang 2022
2022