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3. Weitere Informationen

3.1. Etymologie (Namenserklärung)

Huemer et al. (2013) erläutern: "The species name refers to a manuscript name created by Chrétien and is derived from the Latin adjective mirus, equivalent to admirable."

3.2. Andere Kombinationen

3.3. Taxonomie

Huemer & Karsholt (2020) nehmen die Neukombination mit Oxypteryx vor, schreiben aber auch, dass noch Fragen offen sind: "Oxypteryx. Eulamprotes Bradley, 1971 with the type species E. atrella is shown to be a synonym of Oxypteryx Rebel, 1911 (Bidzilya et al. 2019), resulting in a number of new nomenclatural changes. We here propose the following new combinations: [...] Oxypteryx mirusella (Huemer & Karsholt, 2013) comb. nov., [...] Despite this new taxonomic approach, the genus is in strong need of revision. DNA barcodes separate into three clades seemingly supported by some morphological characters. For example, species formerly considered to be in the E. wilkella-Group and characterized by the blackish ground colour of the forewings with silvery or whitish markings, form a separate clade. Further, the genus has an extraordinary intraspecific barcode variation with 18 sequenced species belonging to 27 BINs, with at least three yet unidentified species."

3.4. Typenmaterial

Huemer et al. (2013) stellen zusammen:

"Holotype. ♂. “Gallia mer. Digne 600 m 2.-5.6.1959 K.Burmann” (TLMF).

Paratypes. France: 3♂, same data as holotype [1 specimen without abdomen] (LNK, ZMUC); 1♂, Dep. Alpes de Haute-Provence, Saint Fasser.(?), cocoon under stone 11.v.1901, emerged 12.vi.1901, leg. Chrétien (MNHP); 1♀, Digne, La Colle, leg. Chrétien, gen. slide GU 13/1362 P. Huemer (MNHP); 1♂, Dep. Alpes Maritimes, Bonson, 500 m, 9.vii.1975, leg. Dujardin [without abdomen] (TLMF); 1♂, Dep. Alpes Maritimes, Col de Ferrier, 1040 m, 22.vii.1977, leg. Dujardin (TLMF); 2♂, Dep. Alpes Maritimes, St. Barnabé, 950 m, 14.viii.1953, leg. Dujardin (TLMF); 1♂, Dep. Alpes Maritimes, St. Vallier, 700 m, 6.ix.1972, leg. Dujardin (TLMF); 2♂, Dep. Alpes Maritimes, St. Martin-Vésubie, 1000 m, 27.vii.2006, leg. Skou (ZMUC)."

3.5. Faunistik

Locus typicus: Frankreich, Digne, 600 m.

Das gesamte Typenmaterial (Holotypus sowie 12 Paratypen) stammt aus dem Südwesten der französischen Alpen.

(Autor: Erwin Rennwald)

3.6. Literatur

3.7. Informationen auf anderen Websites (externe Links)