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2. Weitere Informationen

2.1. Etymologie (Namenserklärung)

Trematerra (2014: 69): “The new species is named after Ilha da Culatra (Portugal), the island from which the type series comes.”

2.2. Faunistik

Locus typicus nach Trematerra (2014: 67): Portugal, Algarve, Ilha da Culatra.

2.3. Typenmaterial

Trematerra (2014) schreibt: "1 male, holotypus, labelled as follows: P10329, Portugal, Ilha da Culatra, Algarve, 18.VIII.2008, P. Pires. + 1 male with same data. Paratypes, 2 males, 1 female Portugal, Ilha da Culatra, 3.VIII.2008, J. P. Cardoso in coll. M. Corley." Und: "The type specimens of W. culatrae are deposited in the Trematerra Collection, University of Molise, Campobasso, Italy, and three paratypes are deposited in the private collection of Martin Corley, England."

2.4. Literatur

  • Erstbeschreibung: Trematerra, P. (2014): Lobesia arzilae sp. n. and Willibaldiana culatrae sp. n. new species from Portugal (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae: Olethreutinae). — Journal of Entomological and Acarological Research 46 (2): 66-69 [PDF auf pagepressjournals.org].