Satyrini, Boisduval, 1833

Pohl, Greg, Anweiler, Gary, Schmidt, Christian & Kondla, Norbert, 2010, An annotated list of the Lepidoptera of Alberta, Canada, ZooKeys 38 (38), pp. 1-549: 189-193

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DOI

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Satyrini  

1213a * R Coenonympha inornata Edwards, 1861 ssp. benjamini Jun   m b G McDunnough, 1928

Common Ringlet

L: [ Bird et al. (1995)], Layberry et al. (1998),

[ Guppy and Shepard (2001)] C: CNC, NFRC,

OLDS, PMAE, UASM

1213b * R Coenonympha inornata Edwards, 1861 ssp. mackenziei Jun   – B – Davenport, 1936

Common Ringlet

L: [ Bird et al. (1995)], Layberry et al. (1998),

Schmidt et al. (2003) C: NFRC, PMAE

1213.1 * P Megisto cymela (Cramer, 1777) E Jun   – L Jul – b g Little Wood-satyr

1214 * R Cercyonis pegala (Fabricius, 1775) ssp. ino Hall, 1924 Jul   m B G Common Wood Nymph

L: Bird et al. (1995), Layberry et al. (1998), Guppy

and Shepard (2001) C: CNC, NFRC, OLDS,

PMAE, UASM

1215 * R Cercyonis oetus (Boisduval, 1869) Jul M   b G Dark Wood Nymph

L: Bird et al. (1995), Layberry et al. (1998), Guppy and

Shepard (2001) C: CNC, OLDS, PMAE, UASM

1215.1 * P Erebia rossii (Curtis, 1835) Jun   – Jul M b – Ross’s Alpine

1216 * R Erebia mancinus Doubleday, [1849] Jun M B   – Boreal Alpine

T: Warren (1936)

L: Bird et al. (1995), Layberry et al. (1998), Guppy

and Shepard (2001) C: CNC, PMAE, UASM

1217 * R Erebia magdalena Strecker, 1880 ssp. hilchie Kemal and Jul M   – – Koçak, 2007

Magdalena Alpine

L: Bird et al. (1995), Layberry et al. (1998), Guppy

and Shepard (2001) C: CNC, PMAE, UASM

1218a * R Erebia epipsodea Butler, 1868 ssp. epipsodea Butler, 1868 Jul M   – – Common Alpine

L: Bird et al. (1995), Layberry et al. (1998), Guppy

and Shepard (2001) C: CNC, OLDS, PMAE,

UASM

1218b * R Erebia epipsodea Butler, 1868 ssp. sineocellata Jun   – B G Skinner, 1889

Common Alpine

L: Bird et al. (1995), Layberry et al. (1998), Guppy

and Shepard (2001) C: CNC, NFRC, OLDS,

PMAE, UASM

1219 * R H Erebia discoidalis (Kirby, 1837) ssp. discoidalis   May M B g (Kirby, 1837)

Red-disked Alpine

L: [ Bird et al. (1995)], Layberry et al. (1998), Guppy

and Shepard (2001) C: CNC, NFRC, OLDS,

PMAE, UASM

1220 * U Erebia pawloskii Ménetriés, 1859 E Jul   – M Aug M – – Mountain Alpine

L: [ Ehrlich (1958)], [ Bird et al. (1995)] C: AMNH?

1221 R Neominois ridingsii (Edwards, 1865) ssp. minimus M Jun   – E Jul – – G Austin, 1986

Ridings’ Satyr

L: Bird et al. (1995), Layberry et al. (1998), Guppy

and Shepard (2001) C: CNC, OLDS, PMAE,

UASM

1222 * R H Oeneis polixenes (Fabricius, 1775) Jul M   – – Polixenes Arctic

T: Troubridge and Parshall (1988)

L: Bird et al. (1995), Layberry et al. (1998), Guppy

and Shepard (2001) C: CNC, PMAE, UASM

1223a * R Oeneis balderi ( Geyer, 1837) ssp. ridingiana Chermock Jun M B  

and Chermock, 1940

American Arctic

T: McDunnough (1929a), Gross (1970), Kurentsov

(1970), Murayama (1973), Lukhtanov (1987),

Korshunov and Nikolaev (2002)

L: Bird et al. (1995), [ Layberry et al. (1998)], [ Guppy

and Shepard (2001)] C: CNC, PMAE, UASM

1223b * R Oeneis balderi ( Geyer, 1837) ssp. chermocki Wyatt, 1965 Jun M   – – American Arctic

L: Bird et al. (1995), [ Layberry et al. (1998)],

[ Guppy and Shepard (2001)] C: CNC, OLDS,

PMAE, UASM

1224 * R Oeneis melissa (Fabricius, 1775) ssp. beanii Elwes, 1893 Jul M   – – Melissa Arctic

T: dos Passos (1958)

L: Bird et al. (1995), Layberry et al. (1998), Guppy

and Shepard (2001) C: CNC, PMAE, UASM

1225 * R Oeneis bore (Esper, 1789) ssp. edwardsi dos Passos, 1949 Jul M   – – White-veined Arctic

T: dos Passos (1949), Kurentsov (1970), Tuzov

(1997), Ferris (1986)

L: Bird et al. (1995), Layberry et al. (1998), Guppy

and Shepard (2001) C: CNC, PMAE, UASM

1226 * R Oeneis chryxus (Doubleday and Hewitson, [1849]) Jul M   – – Chryxus Arctic

L: Bird et al. (1995), Layberry et al. (1998), Guppy and

Shepard (2001) C: CNC, OLDS, PMAE, UASM

1227a * R Oeneis calais (Scudder, 1865) ssp. caryi Dyar, 1904 Jun   – B – Cary’s Arctic

T: McDunnough (1934), Scott et al. (2006)

L: [ Bird et al. (1995)], [ Layberry et al. (1998)] C: UASM

1227b * R Oeneis calais (Scudder, 1865) ssp. altacordillera Jul M   – –

Scott, 2006

High Mountain Arctic

T: Scott et al. (2006)

L: [ Bird et al. (1995)], [ Layberry et al. (1998)] C:

PMNH

1228 * R Oeneis alberta Elwes and Edwards, 1893 ssp. alberta L Apr   – M May – b G

Elwes and Edwards, 1893

Alberta Arctic

L: Bird et al. (1995), Layberry et al. (1998), Guppy and

Shepard (2001) C: CNC, OLDS, PMAE, UASM

1229 R Oeneis macounii (Edwards, 1885) Jun M B   – Macoun’s Arctic

L: Bird et al. (1995), Layberry et al. (1998), Guppy

and Shepard (2001) C: CNC, NFRC, OLDS,

PMAE, UASM

1230 * R Oeneis uhleri (Reakirt, 1866) ssp. varuna   L May – M Jun m b G (Edwards, 1882)

Uhler’s Arctic

L: Bird et al. (1995), Layberry et al. (1998), Guppy

and Shepard (2001) C: CNC, NFRC, OLDS,

PMAE, UASM

Section 3. Macromoths

Drepanoidea

53. Drepanidae   – lutestrings and hooktips

Medium-sized (30–45 mm wingspan) nocturnal moths. Th e group contains two superficially dissimilar subfamilies, united by the presence of a tympanum between abdominal tergite 1 and sternum 2. The Thyatirinae   was long considered to be a separate family, are more similar in overall form to noctuids as adults and larvae. Members of the subfamily Drepaninae   superficially resemble geometrids, being broad winged with slender bodies and resting with the wings held to the side of the body. Some species, including members of Drepana   , have distinct, falcate forewing tips; hence the common name “hooktips.” Larvae of both groups feed primarily on the leaves of deciduous trees and shrubs. Rich, mixedwood boreal forest is home to most of the species listed here. There are approximately 650 species of drepanids worldwide (Minet and Scoble 1999), with the center of diversity in tropical Asia. Twenty-one species occur in North America; nine of these have been recorded in AB. Th ere are no recent taxonomic treatments encompassing the North American drepanid fauna, with Forbes (1923) still being the most complete work. Clarke and Benjamin (1938) reviewed the genus Ceranemota   . Werny (1966) examined the tribal classification of the Thyatirinae   .