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3. Weitere Informationen

3.1. Etymologie (Namenserklärung)

Corley (2014) erläutert: "The name algarbiella is an adjective derived from Algarve, the province of Portugal in which it occurs."

3.2. Faunistik

Nach Corley (2014) ist die neue Art bisher nur von den 5 Männchen der Typenserie bekannt: "The two sites are less than four kilometres apart between Loulé and São Brás de Alportel, on the Barrocal of the Algarve (Map 2). The Barrocal is a band of limestone forming a range of low hills running most of the length of the Algarve."

3.3. Typenmaterial

Zur kleinen Typenserie ist bei Corley (2014) zu erfahren:

"Holotype (Plate 3): ♂, “P1482 | Fonte de Apra | Loulé | Algarve | 18.4.1993 | M.F.V. Corley”. “375 [Corley genitalia prep.] ♂”.

Paratype ♂♂: “P2182 | Fonte de Apra | Loulé | Algarve | 13.4.1994 | M.F.V. Corley”. “556 [Corley genitalia prep.] ♂”; “P2993 | Fonte de Apra | Loulé | Algarve | 10.5.1995 | M.F.V. Corley” “882 ♂”; P4855 | Fonte de Apra | Loulé | Algarve | 13.4.1998 | M.F.V. Corley”. “São Romão | Algarve | 15/5/1982 | Passos Carvalho” “PC92 [gen. prep.]” in coll. J. Passos de Carvalho, Oeiras."

(Autor: Erwin Rennwald)

3.4. Literatur

  • Erstbeschreibung: Corley, M. (2014): Five new species of microlepidoptera from Portugal. — Entomologist’s Record and Journal of Variation 126: 229-243.