Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/60157
Type of publication: research article
Type of publication (PDB): Straipsnis Clarivate Analytics Web of Science / Article in Clarivate Analytics Web of Science (S1)
Field of Science: Zoologija / Zoology (N014)
Author(s): Stonis, Jonas Rimantas;Diškus, Arūnas;Katinas, Liliana;Solis, M. Alma
Title: Asteraceae: host to the greatest diversity of leafmining Nepticulidae (Lepidoptera) in South America?
Is part of: Proceedings of the Entomological society of Washington. Washington : Entomological Society of Washington, 2018, Vol. 120, iss. 4
Extent: p. 856-902
Date: 2018
Note: E-ISSN: 0013-8797
Keywords: Asteraceae;Host plants;Leaf mines;Nepticulidae;Neotropics;Stigmella
Abstract: Pygmy moths (Nepticulidae) associated with Asteraceae are poorly known and very rare worldwide. Recently, we discoveredmany leaf-mining nepticulids in South America feeding on Asteraceae. We review all known records of Asteraceaefeeding Nepticulidae, which in the Neotropics (including the Andes and Patagonia) previously included only Stigmella Schrank. We describe six new species of Stigmella from equatorial South America: S. jungiae Di skus and Stonis, n. sp. (feeding on Jungia L.f.), S. aeneola Di skus and Stonis, n. sp., S. violea Di skus and Stonis, n. sp., S. bracteata Di skus and Stonis, n. sp. (feeding on Liabum Adans.), S. spatiosa Di skus and Stonis, n. sp. (feeding on Ageratina Spach), and S. auripennata Di skus and Stonis, n. sp. (feeding on Baccharis L.). All new taxa are illustrated with photographs of the adults, their genitalia, and leaf mines. Additionally, leaf mines of three unknown nepticulid taxa on Jungia (aff. J. polita Griseb.), Piptocoma discolor (Kunth) Pruski, Gynoxys laurifolia (Kunth) Cass., and G. acostae Cuatrec. are documented for the first time. We diagnose and designate two new species groups and one new species complex in Stigmella.We discuss the origin and diversity of Asteraceae in the Neotropics and illustrate the distribution of Stigmella species feeding on representatives of Asteraceae at the tribal level
Internet: https://doi.org/10.4289/0013-8797.120.4.856
Affiliation(s): Baltijos-Amerikos biotaksonomijos institutas
Mokytojų rengimo institutas
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
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