Cupipes andinus Kraepelin,

Thofern, Detlef, Dupérré, Nadine & Harms, Danilo, 2021, An annotated type catalogue of the centipedes (Myriapoda: Chilopoda) held in the Zoological Museum Hamburg, Zootaxa 4977 (1), pp. 1-103: 61

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Cupipes andinus Kraepelin
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96. Cupipes andinus Kraepelin  , 190­3

Kraepelin 1903: 182, fig. 122 (as Cupipes andinus  n. sp.)

Type locality and specimens. Bolivien (Vulkan Sorate), Peru (Santa Anna)  .

Dimensions. Länge bis [length up to] 75 mm.

Type material. Syntypes 5. ( ZMH-A0000584, ZMH-A0009328-9329), BOLIVIA: Larecaja Province , Sorata [ca. 15°46’’S, 68°39’’W]; ( ZMH-A0000585, ZMH-A0009330)  : PERU, “ Santa Anna?”.

Preservation. 2 jars. Jar 1 ( ZMH-A 0000584, ZMH-A 0009328-9329): Label 1. Sorata Bolivien. Ch. Bock leg. IX 1900. Ded. 8. V.1901; Label 2. Cupipes andinus Krpln  Typus! Ch. Bock l. d. 8. V.1901. Sorata Bolivien (Kraepelin handwriting). Jar 2 ( ZMH-A 0000585, ZMH-A 0009330): Label. Cupipes andinus Krpln  Mus. Frankfurt [C.] 10/4 03, Santa Anna Peru (Kraepelin handwriting).

Old type catalogue. Weidner (1960), p. 68, No. 46. Paratypes 2.

Type status. Kraepelin (1903) did not specify the number of specimens in his description. Weidner (1960: 68) listed 3 syntypes from Bolivia, Vulcano Sorate, and 2 additional types from Peru, Santa Ana.

Collection remarks. The specimens from Bolivia were collected by Charles Bock. The specimens from Peru came from the collection of the Senckenberg Museum in Frankfurt (Senckenberg Naturmuseum). There are several places named “Santa Ana” (probably misspelled as Santa Anna) in Peru and we are not able to georeference these syntypes  .

Current systematic position. Cormocephalus andinus ( Kraepelin, 1903)  ; transferred by Attems (1930: 105).

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