Sarcophagidae

Patitucci, Luciano Damián, Mulieri, Pablo Ricardo, Domínguez, M. Cecilia & Mariluis, Juan Carlos, 2015, The type specimens of Calyptratae (Diptera) housed in non-traditional institutions in Argentina, Zootaxa 3905 (4), pp. 557-572: 564-565

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http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3905.4.8

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scientific name

Sarcophagidae
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Sarcophagidae  

aleuaphaga   [ Protodexia   ]. Blanchard, 1942 b: 343 –344. Argentina: Buenos Aires.

HOLOTYPE: male, damaged, glued on card, abdomen dissected; genitalia on a slide, on one pin, “En Aleuas / 12-19 -I- 940 [handwritten] / Instit. Invest. Langosta [printed]” on white paper, black frame; “ aleuaphaga   ” handwritten on slide; “ Protodexia   / aleuaphaga   / sp. nov. [handwritten] / det. E.E. Blanchard [printed]” on white paper, black frame.

Note. Currently treated as a junior synonym of Blaesoxipha (Tephromyia) quaesita (Hall)   ( Pape 1994, 1996).

bosqi   [ Paraphrissopoda   ]. Blanchard, 1939: 828 –831. Argentina: Misiones

HOLOTYPE: one slide with genitalia, “Misiones / Bosq. / 1936 ” handwritten on white paper red frame; “n° 708 / Typus ” handwritten with blue ink on pink paper; “ Paraphrissopoda   / bosqui, / Blnchd / tipo [side]” handwritten on white paper, black frame.

Note. The holotype was found without genitalia in MACN ( Mulieri et al. 2010 b). The slide recognized in INTA indubitably belongs to the holotype because it contains structures drawn by Blanchard (1939: 829, fig. 10). Currently treated as a valid species of Engelimyia Lopes ( Pape 1996)   .

chacoana   [ Oxyhelicobia   ]. Blanchard, 1942 a: 63, 94– 95. Argentina: Chaco, Charata.

HOLOTYPE: male, glued on card, damaged, abdomen dissected, “S/A. argillacea / Charata / leg. Parker III/ 40 ” handwritten on white paper, black frame; “ Oxyhelicobia   / chacoana   / gen.et sp. nov [handwritten] / det. E.E.Blanchard [printed]” on white paper, black frame; “ 213 ” handwritten with blue ink on white paper, black frame; “ Holotypus ” printed on red paper.

Note. Currently treated as a junior synonym of Helicobia morionella (Aldrich)   ( Lopes 1969, Pape 1996).

chubutina   [ Neotephromyiella   ]. Blanchard, 1955: 28 –30. Argentina: Chubut, Cushamen.

HOLOTYPE male and PARATYPE   female: one pin, glued on cards, 2 puparia glued on card, male with abdomen dissected, “Chubut / I- 1956 / Daguerre” handwritten on white paper; “ex / Bufonacris” handwritten on white paper; “ex / Papipappus / darazianus / Saussure” handwritten on white paper; “ Neotephromyiella   / chubutina   / n. sp [handwritten] / det E.E. Blanchard [printed] / Holotipo” on white paper, black frame; “ 243 ” handwritten with blue ink, on white paper, black frame; “ Holotypus ” printed on red paper.

Note. Currently treated as a valid species of Blaesoxipha   ( Tephromyia   ) ( Pape 1994, 1996).

delpontei   [ Oxysarcodexia   ]. Blanchard, 1939: 809 –811. Argentina: Buenos Aires.

PARALECTOTYPE: slide with male genitalia, “Los Cocos / Cordoba / III- 1933 / prep. W” handwritten on white paper, red frame; “n° 701 / Cotypus” handwritten with blue ink on pink paper; “ Sarcophaga   / delpontei   / Cotype Blanchard” handwritten on white paper, red frame.

Note. Blanchard (1939) cited his examined material as consisting of an unspecified number of “Cotipos”. The specimen in INTA matches the data published for the “Cotipos”. Mulieri et al. (2010 a; 2010 b) revised one male and 11 female syntypes (from Buenos Aires and Delta) found in MACN, and designed the male specimen as lectotype. Currently treated as a junior synonym of Oxysarcodexia paulistanensis (Mattos) ( Pape 1996)   .

deaurata   [ Neosarcodexia   ]. Blanchard, 1942 a: 60 –62. Argentina: San Luis, Beazley.

SYNTYPE: One female pinned, in good condition, “Beazley / VIII-‘ 30 ” handwritten on white paper; “ Neosarcodexia   / deaurata   , / Blnchd. [handwritten] / det. E. E. Blanchard [printed] / G. et sp. nov. [handwritten]” on white paper, black frame.

Note. Blanchard (1942 a) cited his examined material as consisting of two female syntypes. Only one syntype was recognized in INTA. Blanchard (1942 a: 62) incorrectly cited the date of syntypes as “VII, 1930 ”. Currently treated as a junior synonym of Peckia (Sarcodexia) florencioi (Prado & Fonseca) ( Buenaventura & Pape 2013)   .

salavini   [ Parahypopelta   ]. Blanchard, 1955: 30 –32. Argentina: Neuquén, El Bolsón.

HOLOTYPE: male, head, thorax and a leg glued on card, abdomen and genitalia glued on card, on one pin, “El Bolsón / G. Neuquén / 10.XII. 1944.” handwritten on white paper black frame; “Sobre D. Arrogans   . S/. / Material de Salavin / - 1945 - / - 20.IX. 1945 - [handwritten, reverse]” handwritten on white paper, folded; “Hypopelta / salavini   , / Blnchd [handwritten] / det. E.E. Blanchard [printed] / 1 de cotipo [handwritten, side]” on white paper, black frame; “ 211 ” handwritten with blue ink on white paper, black frame; “ Holotypus ” printed on red paper, black frame.

Note. Currently treated as a valid species of Microcerella Macquart ( Pape 1996)   .

MACN

Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales Bernardino Rivadavia

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Sarcophagidae

Loc

Sarcophagidae

Patitucci, Luciano Damián, Mulieri, Pablo Ricardo, Domínguez, M. Cecilia & Mariluis, Juan Carlos 2015
2015
Loc

chubutina

Blanchard 1955: 28
1955
Loc

salavini

Blanchard 1955: 30
1955
Loc

aleuaphaga

Blanchard 1942: 343
1942
Loc

chacoana

Blanchard 1942: 63
1942
Loc

deaurata

Blanchard 1942: 60
1942
Loc

bosqi

Blanchard 1939: 828
1939
Loc

delpontei

Blanchard 1939: 809
1939