Oreodera sororcula Martins and Monné, 1993, Martins and Monne, 1993

Wappes, James E. & Santos-Silva, Antonio, 2019, A new species, new geographical records, and taxonomic notes in Oreodera Audinet-Serville, 1835 (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae: Lamiinae), Insecta Mundi 698, pp. 1-11: 5

publication ID

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3670562

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:AB453A8F-25D5-46AB-AEFD-EF3BC9EA890C

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3671174

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/2B5087FB-F30B-FFF5-FF0B-0CC12E7335A0

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Felipe

scientific name

Oreodera sororcula Martins and Monné, 1993
status

 

Oreodera sororcula Martins and Monné, 1993  

( Fig. 10–17 View Figures 10–17 )

Oreodera sororcula Martins and Monné 1993: 135   ; Monné 1994: 32 (cat.); Monné and Giesbert 1994: 236 (checklist); Monné 2005: 195 View Cited Treatment (cat.); Morvan and Morati 2006: 37 (distr.); Monné and Hovore 2006: 208 (checklist); Touroult et al. 2010: 31; Tavakilian and Néouze 2011: 83 (hosts); Machado et al. 2012: 192 (hosts); Giuglaris 2012: 63 (distr.); Morvan and Roguet 2013: 16 (distr.); Santos-Silva and Botero 2016: 427 View Cited Treatment (distr.); Monné 2018: 271 (cat.).

This species was originally described based on 2 males (holotype from Venezuela, AMNH; paratype from Guyana, MZSP) and 1 female (from Guyana, AMNH). The paratype belonging to the MZSP collection was reported as being a female but is a male. However, when describing the dimensions of the specimens, Martins and Monné (1993) correctly provided the measurements of two males and one female.

Morvan and Morati (2006) were the first to report this species in French Guiana. Although the paratype female from Guyana was not examined, the holotype and paratype ( Fig. 10-13 View Figures 10–17 ) males are distinctly lighter than specimens from French Guiana (specimens also examined through photographs, Fig. 14–17 View Figures 10–17 ). In addition to the difference in color, the anterolateral pronotal tubercles are somewhat smaller and more distinctly conical in the holotype and paratype male than in the specimens from French Guiana. However, as no other morphological features were found, it is probable that the differences in the French Guiana specimens are simply local variants.

Material examined. GUYANE: upper Mazaruni River , paratype male, IX–X.1938, A. S. Pinkus col. ( MZSP)   . FRENCH GUIANA: Kaw road (D-6), PK 38 (Amazone Nat. Lodge; Montagne de Kaw; 4°33 ′ N / 52°11 ′ W; 970 ft; MV/light), 1 female, 11–23.VIII.2017, J. Wappes and R. Morris col. ( ACMT). GoogleMaps  

MZSP

Sao Paulo, Museu de Zoologia da Universidade de Sao Paulo

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Cerambycidae

Genus

Oreodera

Loc

Oreodera sororcula Martins and Monné, 1993

Wappes, James E. & Santos-Silva, Antonio 2019
2019
Loc

Oreodera sororcula Martins and Monné 1993: 135

Monne, M. A. 2018: 271
Santos-Silva, A. & J. P. Botero 2016: 427
Morvan, O. & J. - P. Roguet 2013: 16
Machado, V. S. & J. P. Botero & A. Carelli & M. Cupello & H. Y. Quintino & M. V. P. Simoes 2012: 192
Giuglaris, J. L. 2012: 63
Tavakilian, G. L. & G. - L. Neouze 2011: 83
Touroult, J. & P. - H. Dalens & S. Brule & E. Poirier 2010: 31
Morvan, O. & J. Morati 2006: 37
Monne, M. A. & F. T. Hovore 2006: 208
Monne, M. A. 2005: 195
Monne, M. A. & E. F. Giesbert 1994: 236
Martins, U. R. & M. A. Monne 1993: 135
1993