Pyrgomorpha conica ( Olivier, 1791 )

Tlili, Haithem, Abdellaoui, Khemais, Chintauan-Marquier, Ioana C., Chouikha, Manel Ben, Moussi, Abdelhamid, Ammar, Mohamed & Desutter-Grandcolas, Laure, 2020, Checklist and taxonomic updates in grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Caelifera) of central and southwestern Tunisia with new records and a key for species identification, Zoosystema 42 (31), pp. 607-738: 709

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http://doi.org/ 10.5252/zoosystema2020v42a31

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scientific name

Pyrgomorpha conica ( Olivier, 1791 )
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Pyrgomorpha conica ( Olivier, 1791)  

( Fig. 75 View FIG )

Acridium conicum Olivier, 1791: 230   .

Truxalis grylloides Latreille, 1804: 148   .

Pyrgomorpha grylloides   – Fieber 1853: 97. — Bonnet & Finot 1885: 222. — Finot 1895: 490. — Vosseler 1902b: 7.

Pyrgomorpha cognata   – Vosseler 1902a: 387 (misidentification rectified by Uvarov 1923b: 74).

Pyrgomorpha conica   – Bolívar 1904: 452. — Chopard 1943: 338. — Massa & Rizzo 1998: 279.

TYPE SPECIMEN. — France • ♀; neotype (Mc Kevan 1971); South France ; MNHN   .

DISTRIBUTION. — Very common around the Mediterranean Sea, in West Africa and the Middle East extending up to India ( Willemse et al. 2018).

DATA FROM LITERATURE FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHWESTERN TUNISIA. — Recorded from the north to the south of the country ( Bonnet & Finot 1885; Finot 1895); Tamerza ( Massa & Rizzo 1998: 279); Sfax, Graiba, Gabes ( Vosseler 1902a).

MATERIAL EXAMINED. — Tunisia • 1♂; Gafsa, Moulares, Chanoufia ; 27.IV.2016; H. Tlili; MNHN-EO-CAELIF4729   1 ♀; same data; MNHN-EO-CAELIF4730   1 ♂, 1 ♀; same data; INAT   1 ♂; Gafsa, Douwara ; 20.VII.2016; H. Tlili; INAT   1♀; Sidi Bouzid, Meknassi ; 1929; C. Dumont; MNHN-EO-CAELIF950   1 ♂; Gafsa, Amra ; 26.IV.2019; H. Tlili; MNHN-EO-CAELIF7057   1♂; same data; MNHN-EO-CAELIF7058   1 ♂; same data; MNHN-EO-CAELIF7059   1 ♀; same data; MNHN-EO-CAELIF7060   1 ♀; same data; MNHN-EO-CAELIF7061   1 ♀; same data; MNHN-EO-CAELIF 7062   1 ♀; same data; MNHN-EO-CAELIF7063   1♀; Kebili, Essagui ; 25.IV.2017; H. Tlili; MNHN-EO-CAELIF7064   1 ♂, 4 ♀; Gafsa, Metkides ; 01.VI.2016; H. Tlili; INAT   1 ♀; Gafsa, Sened ; 01.VI.2016; H. Tlili; INAT   .

France • 1 ♀; neotype; Cannes; 15.IV.1878; A. Finot; MNHN-EO-CAELIF 970   .

NEW DATA FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHWESTERN TUNISIA. — Gafsa, Metkides, Gafsa, Sened, Gafsa, Moulares, Gafsa, Douwara; Tozeur, Souani Ali.

HABITAT. — Dry habitats ( Usmani 2008).

DNA SEQUENCES. — We generated a new sequence for the mitochondrial marker COI (663 bp) ( Table 4 View TABLE ).

MNHN

France, Paris, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle

MNHN

Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Orthoptera

Family

Pyrgomorphidae

Genus

Pyrgomorpha

Loc

Pyrgomorpha conica ( Olivier, 1791 )

Tlili, Haithem, Abdellaoui, Khemais, Chintauan-Marquier, Ioana C., Chouikha, Manel Ben, Moussi, Abdelhamid, Ammar, Mohamed & Desutter-Grandcolas, Laure 2020
2020
Loc

Pyrgomorpha conica

MASSA B. & RIZZO M. C. 1998: 279
CHOPARD L. 1943: 338
BOLIVAR I. 1904: 452
1904
Loc

Pyrgomorpha cognata

UVAROV B. P. 1923: 74
VOSSELER J. 1902: 387
1902
Loc

Pyrgomorpha grylloides

VOSSELER J. 1902: 7
FINOT A. 1895: 490
BONNET E. & FINOT A. 1885: 222
FIEBER F. X. 1853: 97
1853
Loc

Truxalis grylloides

LATREILLE P. A. 1804: 148
1804
Loc

Acridium conicum

OLIVIER G. A. 1791: 230
1791