Gyrophaena (Phaenogyra) strictula Erichson, 1839, Erichson, 1839

Enushchenko, Ilya V. & Semenov, Viktor B., 2016, A review of the genus Gyrophaena Mannerheim 1830 (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Aleocharinae: Gyrophaenina) of the Caucasus and adjacent territories, Zootaxa 4126 (3), pp. 301-337: 328-330

publication ID

http://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4126.3.1

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:F0A10548-915F-4125-9E55-7569E07CCBAD

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03A687EB-FFD7-962E-FF05-9C52FF25FF1F

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scientific name

Gyrophaena (Phaenogyra) strictula Erichson, 1839
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Gyrophaena (Phaenogyra) strictula Erichson, 1839  

(Figs. 67–69)

Gyrophaena strictula Erichson, 1839: 191  

Gyrophaena glacialis Hochhuth, 1849: 74  

Gyrophaena laevigata Heer, 1839: 310  

Gyrophaena strictula   ; Eppelsheim, 1878: 105; Leder, 1886: 113; Jacobson, 1909: 533; Nikitskiy & al., 2008: 114

Material examined: RUSSIA: ADYGEA: Maikopskiy District: 1 Ƌ: Caucasian Biosphere Reserve, vicinity of Guzeripl´, window trap on fir, 22.VI – 14.VII. 2000, A.R. Bibin leg. ( ZMM); KARACHAY- CHERKESSIA: Karachay District: 1 Ƌ: Teberdinskiy Biosphere Reserve, Teberda, VII. 2011, E.A. Khachikov leg. ( ZMM); REGION NOT LOCATED: 2 Ƌ, 5 ♀: ‘Caucasus. Leder.’ [‘ Gyroph. polita Grav. Coll. Reitter’] ( HNHM); 1 ♀: ‘Kaukas Leder’ [‘ Gyroph. polita Grav. Coll. Reitter’] ( HNHM).

Additional material examined: RUSSIA: REPUBLIC OF CRIMEA: Simferopolʹskiy District: 1 Ƌ, 2 ♀: Chatyrdag, 7.VIII. 1908, V. Pliginskiy leg. ( ZIN); 1 ♀: Taushan-Bazar [Privolʹnoye], 31.X. 1911, V. Pliginskiy leg. ( ZIN); Alushta: 1 ♀: Kosʹmo-Damianovskiy Monastery, 18.VI. 1911, V. Pliginskiy leg. [‘ strictula   ’] ( ZIN).

Distribution. Holarctic.

Taxonomic notes. Kolenati (1846) described G. glacialis   from Kazbek ("montis Kasbek Caucasi centralis"). Erichson (1846) synonymized this species with Oligota subtilis Erichson 1837   ; in 1849 he synonymised Microcera inflata Mannerheim 1830   with O. subtilis   too. Kraatz (1856) found Microcera inflata   to be Oligota   . Following the priority rule, O. subtilis   is regarded as an junior synonym of O. inflata ( Mannerheim 1830)   , and G. glacialis   was removed in synonyms of the last one ( Schülke & Smetana 2015).

Hochhuth (1849), based on his own material, provided a redescription of G. glacialis Kolenati 1846   and noticed that if his material does not belong to G. glacialis   , it must to a new species. Later, G. glacialis Hochhuth 1849   (nec Kolenati, 1846) was synonymized with G. strictula Erichson 1839   by Reitter (Heyden & al. 1883).

Remarks. The first record of G. strictula   for the Caucasian Region ("Helenendorf") was published by Eppelsheim (1878). Leder (1886) recorded this species from Lenkoran. Jacobson (1909) combined these records in FIGURES 64–69.

his catalogue and recorded G. strictula   for Elisbethopol and Talysh. Nikitskiy & al. (2008) recorded it for Guzeripl´ village.

HNHM

Hungarian Natural History Museum (Termeszettudomanyi Muzeum)

ZIN

Russian Academy of Sciences, Zoological Institute, Zoological Museum

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Staphylinidae

Genus

Gyrophaena

Loc

Gyrophaena (Phaenogyra) strictula Erichson, 1839

Enushchenko, Ilya V. & Semenov, Viktor B. 2016
2016
Loc

Gyrophaena strictula

Nikitskiy 2008: 114
Eppelsheim 1878: 105
1878
Loc

Gyrophaena glacialis

Hochhuth 1849: 74
1849
Loc

Gyrophaena strictula

Erichson 1839: 191
1839
Loc

Gyrophaena laevigata

Heer 1839: 310
1839