STRIGIDAE

Turienzo, Paola & Iorio, Osvaldo Di, 2007, Insects found in birds’ nests from Argentina. Part I: a bibliographical review, with taxonomical corrections, comments and a hypothetical mechanism of transmission of cimicid bugs, Zootaxa 1561, pp. 1-52 : 37-38

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.178338

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:05E99622-228C-4187-AE79-6A96180266C4

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6249853

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/0395878C-D339-FFD2-FA8C-883CFA1CFE66

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Plazi

scientific name

STRIGIDAE
status

 

STRIGIDAE

Strix [ rufipes chacoensis Cherrie & Reichenberger, 1921 ] = Strix sp.: Mazza & Schreiber 1938; Hicks 1959; Bejarano 1967; Lent & Wygodzinsky 1979; Canale &

Carcavallo 1985; Noireau et al. 1997.

HEMIPTERA

Reduviidae : Triatominae

Triatoma infestans Klug in Meigen, 1834

Santa Fe: see Table 1; Fig. 5 View FIGURE 5 ; ( Hicks 1959); (Bejarano 1967); ( Lent & Wygodzinsky 1979); ( Canale & Carcavallo 1985, following Mazza); ( Noireau et al. 1997, following Bejarano 1967).

Note: According to Olrog (1978), three species of Strix inhabit Argentina, Strix rufipes rufipes King, 1828 (Neuquén to Santa Cruz), Strix rufipes chacoensis (north to central Argentina), and Strix hylophila Temmninck, 1825 (Misiones, and eastern Formosa). With such distributions, the mention of Mazza & Schreiber (1938) may be attributed without doubt to Strix rufipes chacoensis . Noireau et al. (1997) said that the nest of a bird was inhabited by an owl, but the original record of Mazza & Schreiber (1938) is about a nest of an owl.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Chordata

Class

Aves

Order

Strigiformes

Family

Strigidae

Loc

STRIGIDAE

Turienzo, Paola & Iorio, Osvaldo Di 2007
2007
Loc

rufipes chacoensis

Cherrie & Reichenberger 1921
1921