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FIGURES 44–52 in A review of the genus Haemonides Hübner, [1819] (Lepidoptera: Castniidae)

Gerardo Lamas
FIGURES 44–52. Genitalia of Haemonides species from different localities in South America. H. cronis vinciguerrai ssp. nov.: 44, Boquerón del Padre Abad, Ucayali, Peru, RW; H. cronis cronis (Cramer): 45, Huánuco, Peru; 46, San Pablo de Pitza, Ucayali, Peru, RW; 47, Loreto, Peru, RW; 48, French Guiana, RW; 49, Belém, Pará, Brazil, BMNH; H. emiliae (Fassl): 50, Belém, Pará, Brazil, BMNH; H. cronida pebana (Houlbert): 51, Peru, RW; H. cronida cronida (Herrich-Schäffer): 52, French Guiana,...

FIGURES 44–52 in A review of the genus Haemonides Hübner, [1819] (Lepidoptera: Castniidae)

Gerardo Lamas
FIGURES 44–52. Genitalia of Haemonides species from different localities in South America. H. cronis vinciguerrai ssp. nov.: 44, Boquerón del Padre Abad, Ucayali, Peru, RW; H. cronis cronis (Cramer): 45, Huánuco, Peru; 46, San Pablo de Pitza, Ucayali, Peru, RW; 47, Loreto, Peru, RW; 48, French Guiana, RW; 49, Belém, Pará, Brazil, BMNH; H. emiliae (Fassl): 50, Belém, Pará, Brazil, BMNH; H. cronida pebana (Houlbert): 51, Peru, RW; H. cronida cronida (Herrich-Schäffer): 52, French Guiana,...

FIGURE 43 in A review of the genus Haemonides Hübner, [1819] (Lepidoptera: Castniidae)

Gerardo Lamas
FIGURE 43. Distribution of Haemonides cronida cronida (Herrich-Schäffer, [1854]) (red circles) and H. c. pebana (Houlbert, 1917) (blue squares) in South America.

FIGURE 43 in A review of the genus Haemonides Hübner, [1819] (Lepidoptera: Castniidae)

Gerardo Lamas
FIGURE 43. Distribution of Haemonides cronida cronida (Herrich-Schäffer, [1854]) (red circles) and H. c. pebana (Houlbert, 1917) (blue squares) in South America.

FIGURE 42 in A review of the genus Haemonides Hübner, [1819] (Lepidoptera: Castniidae)

Gerardo Lamas
FIGURE 42. Distribution of Haemonides cronis (Cramer, 1775) (red triangles), H. candida (Houlbert, 1917) (yellow squares) and H. emiliae (Fassl, 1921) (blue circle) in South America.

FIGURE 42 in A review of the genus Haemonides Hübner, [1819] (Lepidoptera: Castniidae)

Gerardo Lamas
FIGURE 42. Distribution of Haemonides cronis (Cramer, 1775) (red triangles), H. candida (Houlbert, 1917) (yellow squares) and H. emiliae (Fassl, 1921) (blue circle) in South America.

FIGURES 35–41 in A review of the genus Haemonides Hübner, [1819] (Lepidoptera: Castniidae)

Gerardo Lamas
FIGURES 35–41. Haemonides cronida pebana (Houlbert, 1917): 35, ♂, Puerto Ayacucho, Amazonas, Venezuela, CRM; 36, ♂, Picuroyacu, Loreto, Peru, RW; 37, ♀ syntype, Pebas, Loreto, Peru, BMNH 1377085; H. cronida cronida (Herrich-Schäffer, [1854]): 38, ♂ lectotype, Surinam, SMNS; 39, ♀, La Source, Cacao, French Guiana, RW; 40, ♂, Amazonas, São Paulo de Olivença, Amazonas, Brazil, BMNH 1403421; 41, ♀, Bolívar, Venezuela, DLV. Scale: 10mm.

FIGURES 35–41 in A review of the genus Haemonides Hübner, [1819] (Lepidoptera: Castniidae)

Gerardo Lamas
FIGURES 35–41. Haemonides cronida pebana (Houlbert, 1917): 35, ♂, Puerto Ayacucho, Amazonas, Venezuela, CRM; 36, ♂, Picuroyacu, Loreto, Peru, RW; 37, ♀ syntype, Pebas, Loreto, Peru, BMNH 1377085; H. cronida cronida (Herrich-Schäffer, [1854]): 38, ♂ lectotype, Surinam, SMNS; 39, ♀, La Source, Cacao, French Guiana, RW; 40, ♂, Amazonas, São Paulo de Olivença, Amazonas, Brazil, BMNH 1403421; 41, ♀, Bolívar, Venezuela, DLV. Scale: 10mm.

FIGURES 25–34 in A review of the genus Haemonides Hübner, [1819] (Lepidoptera: Castniidae)

Gerardo Lamas
FIGURES 25–34. Haemonides cronis cronis (Cramer, 1775): 25, ♂, Táchira, Venezuela, CAO; 26, ♀, Táchira, Venezuela, CFR; 27, ♂ holotype, Castnia odila Houlbert, 1917, BMNH 1377102; 28, ♂, Castnia odila Houlbert, 1917, Picuroyacu, Loreto, Peru, RW; 29, ♂, Tingo María, Huánuco, Peru, RW; 30, ♀, Tingo María, Huánuco, Peru, RW; 31, ♂, Picuroyacu, Loreto, Peru, RW; 32, ♀, Picuroyacu, Loreto, Peru, RW; H. cronis vinciguerrai ssp. nov. 33, ♂ holotype, Boquerón del Padre Abad, Ucayali,...

FIGURES 25–34 in A review of the genus Haemonides Hübner, [1819] (Lepidoptera: Castniidae)

Gerardo Lamas
FIGURES 25–34. Haemonides cronis cronis (Cramer, 1775): 25, ♂, Táchira, Venezuela, CAO; 26, ♀, Táchira, Venezuela, CFR; 27, ♂ holotype, Castnia odila Houlbert, 1917, BMNH 1377102; 28, ♂, Castnia odila Houlbert, 1917, Picuroyacu, Loreto, Peru, RW; 29, ♂, Tingo María, Huánuco, Peru, RW; 30, ♀, Tingo María, Huánuco, Peru, RW; 31, ♂, Picuroyacu, Loreto, Peru, RW; 32, ♀, Picuroyacu, Loreto, Peru, RW; H. cronis vinciguerrai ssp. nov. 33, ♂ holotype, Boquerón del Padre Abad, Ucayali,...

FIGURES 14–24 in A review of the genus Haemonides Hübner, [1819] (Lepidoptera: Castniidae)

Gerardo Lamas
FIGURES 14–24. Haemonides cronis cronis (Cramer, 1775): 14, ♂ syntype, Papilio cronis Cramer, 1775 (Cramer's original illustration) (not to scale); 15, ♂ syntype, Castnia lutea Houlbert, 1917 (Bucheker's [1880] illustration) (not to scale); 16, ♀ syntype, C. strandi Houlbert, 1917, MNHU; 17, ♂ holotype, H. cronis urichi Lathy, 1923, BMNH 1377101; 18, ♀, H. cronis urichi Lathy, 1923, Trinidad, MJWC; 19, ♂ syntype, C. cronis var corningii H. Edwards, 1891, NYSM; 20, ♀ syntype, C....

FIGURES 14–24 in A review of the genus Haemonides Hübner, [1819] (Lepidoptera: Castniidae)

Gerardo Lamas
FIGURES 14–24. Haemonides cronis cronis (Cramer, 1775): 14, ♂ syntype, Papilio cronis Cramer, 1775 (Cramer's original illustration) (not to scale); 15, ♂ syntype, Castnia lutea Houlbert, 1917 (Bucheker's [1880] illustration) (not to scale); 16, ♀ syntype, C. strandi Houlbert, 1917, MNHU; 17, ♂ holotype, H. cronis urichi Lathy, 1923, BMNH 1377101; 18, ♀, H. cronis urichi Lathy, 1923, Trinidad, MJWC; 19, ♂ syntype, C. cronis var corningii H. Edwards, 1891, NYSM; 20, ♀ syntype, C....

FIGURES 9–13 in A review of the genus Haemonides Hübner, [1819] (Lepidoptera: Castniidae)

Gerardo Lamas
FIGURES 9–13. Haemonides candida (Houlbert, 1917): 9, ♀ holotype, BMNH 1403366; 10, ♀, Centro Fuerte, Loreto, Peru, RW; 11, ♀, "Santa Cruz da Serra, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil"; H. emiliae (Fassl, 1921): 12, ♂ syntype, BMNH 1623473; 13, ♀, Pará, Brazil, BMNH 1377088. Scale: 10mm.

FIGURES 9–13 in A review of the genus Haemonides Hübner, [1819] (Lepidoptera: Castniidae)

Gerardo Lamas
FIGURES 9–13. Haemonides candida (Houlbert, 1917): 9, ♀ holotype, BMNH 1403366; 10, ♀, Centro Fuerte, Loreto, Peru, RW; 11, ♀, "Santa Cruz da Serra, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil"; H. emiliae (Fassl, 1921): 12, ♂ syntype, BMNH 1623473; 13, ♀, Pará, Brazil, BMNH 1377088. Scale: 10mm.

FIGURES 1–8 in A review of the genus Haemonides Hübner, [1819] (Lepidoptera: Castniidae)

Gerardo Lamas
FIGURES 1–8. Progressive wing pattern melanism of different taxa in the genus Haemonides. 1, H. candida San Martín, Peru; 2, H. emiliae Pará, Brazil; 3, H. cronis Huánuco, Peru; 4, H. cronis Loreto, Peru; 5, H. cronis (♂ holotype of C. odila) Loreto, Peru; 6, H. cronis vinciguerrai ssp. nov. Boquerón del Padre Abad, Ucayali, Peru; 7, H. cronida pebana Loreto, Peru; 8, H. cronida cronida French Guiana (figures are not to scale).

FIGURES 1–8 in A review of the genus Haemonides Hübner, [1819] (Lepidoptera: Castniidae)

Gerardo Lamas
FIGURES 1–8. Progressive wing pattern melanism of different taxa in the genus Haemonides. 1, H. candida San Martín, Peru; 2, H. emiliae Pará, Brazil; 3, H. cronis Huánuco, Peru; 4, H. cronis Loreto, Peru; 5, H. cronis (♂ holotype of C. odila) Loreto, Peru; 6, H. cronis vinciguerrai ssp. nov. Boquerón del Padre Abad, Ucayali, Peru; 7, H. cronida pebana Loreto, Peru; 8, H. cronida cronida French Guiana (figures are not to scale).

FIGURES 105−114 in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 105−114. Ventral views of adult head capsules, diagrammatic, not to scale. 105, Heterocyphon cooloolaensis Watts; 106, Nothocyphon lindensis (Blackburn); 107, Scirtes exoletus Waterhouse, arrow points to low ridge coming from gular suture; 108, Scirtes auratus Watts, arrow points to narrow antennal groove delimited by raised area next to eye; 109, 110 (frontal), Pachycyphon serratus Zwick; 111, Calvarium (Calvariellum) sp.; 112, 113 (lateral), 114 (oblique ventro-lateral), Contacyphon coarctatus (Paykull). 106, 111−114 modified from Zwick, 2013b;...

FIGURES 105−114 in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 105−114. Ventral views of adult head capsules, diagrammatic, not to scale. 105, Heterocyphon cooloolaensis Watts; 106, Nothocyphon lindensis (Blackburn); 107, Scirtes exoletus Waterhouse, arrow points to low ridge coming from gular suture; 108, Scirtes auratus Watts, arrow points to narrow antennal groove delimited by raised area next to eye; 109, 110 (frontal), Pachycyphon serratus Zwick; 111, Calvarium (Calvariellum) sp.; 112, 113 (lateral), 114 (oblique ventro-lateral), Contacyphon coarctatus (Paykull). 106, 111−114 modified from Zwick, 2013b;...

FIGURES 95−98 in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 95−98. Austrocyphon tribulator-complex, morphs of male T9. 95, typical morph (near Cape Tribulation); aberrant morphs: 96, 97 from Heathlands; 98, from Broken Nose. Not to scale; 95, 96 from Zwick (2013c).

FIGURES 95−98 in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 95−98. Austrocyphon tribulator-complex, morphs of male T9. 95, typical morph (near Cape Tribulation); aberrant morphs: 96, 97 from Heathlands; 98, from Broken Nose. Not to scale; 95, 96 from Zwick (2013c).

FIGURES 90−94. Austrocyphon scissus n in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 90−94. Austrocyphon scissus n. sp., male terminalia. 90, T8; 91, T9; 92, S9 and tegmen; 93, penis; 94, apex of penis, enlarged. 91−93 to the same scale. Abbreviations: ce, centema; pa, pala; pd, the fused parameroids; pe, paramere; te, tegmen; tb, transverse bridge; tr, trigonium.

FIGURES 90−94. Austrocyphon scissus n in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 90−94. Austrocyphon scissus n. sp., male terminalia. 90, T8; 91, T9; 92, S9 and tegmen; 93, penis; 94, apex of penis, enlarged. 91−93 to the same scale. Abbreviations: ce, centema; pa, pala; pd, the fused parameroids; pe, paramere; te, tegmen; tb, transverse bridge; tr, trigonium.

FIGURES 87−89. Austrocyphon spp., dorsal view. 87, A in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 87−89. Austrocyphon spp., dorsal view. 87, A. curvispina Zwick (female from Brown Mt.) 88, A. curvispina (presumed; female from Melong); 89, A. leptophallus Zwick, male from The Millstream, near Ravenshoe. Not to scale.

FIGURES 87−89. Austrocyphon spp., dorsal view. 87, A in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 87−89. Austrocyphon spp., dorsal view. 87, A. curvispina Zwick (female from Brown Mt.) 88, A. curvispina (presumed; female from Melong); 89, A. leptophallus Zwick, male from The Millstream, near Ravenshoe. Not to scale.

FIGURES 81−86 in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 81−86. Male genitalia of Prionocyphon yarraensis Watts. 81, T8; 82, T9; 83, S9; 84, trigonium and parameroids in side view; black arrow points at opening of sperm duct (sd-o); 85, one paramere with half of the transverse bar between the halves, the broken end placed near where the undamedged components were originally connected; wide open arrow indicates direction of view of Fig. 86; 86, dorsal view of the intact genitalia (modified from Watts 2010b:...

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