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Diagnose
Erstbeschreibung
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2. Diagnose

2.1. Erstbeschreibung

3. Weitere Informationen

3.1. Andere Kombinationen

  • Hyphoraia subnebulosa Dyar, 1899 [Originalkombination]

3.2. Synonyme

3.3. Taxonomie und Faunistik

Nach der Fauna Europaea (Fauna Europaea Web Service. Last update 22 December 2009. Version 2.1. Available online at [http://fauna.naturkundemuseum-berlin.de]) im Norden des europäischen Teils von Russland. Karte und Text von Witt et al. (2011) passen hier nicht zusammen. Arctia subnebulosa ist circumpolar verbreitet; die nominotypische Unterart lebt in der Nearktis, in Eurasien findet sich Arctia subnebulosa ssp. tundrana (Tshistjakov, 1990).

Dem Abstract von Bolotov et al. (2015) ist zu entnehmen: "The species was collected from Kolguev Island, Arctic European Russia, for the first time. This locality is situated 500 km westward from a previously known species recording in the Yugor Peninsula, which substantiates that P. subnebulosa is also a member of the European fauna. DNA barcode data revealed that the Kolguev specimen shares a close haplotype with those from Chukotka at distance ca. 5,000 km. However, a specimen from Canada has a highly divergent haplotype that indicates that the Russian populations are a separate cryptic species, P. tundrana Tshistjakov 1990."

(Autor: Erwin Rennwald)

3.4. Literatur

3.5. Informationen auf anderen Websites (externe Links)