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Heterarthrus ochropoda (Klug, 1818)

Taxonomy

class Insecta subclass Pterygota infraclass Neoptera superorder Holometabola order Hymenoptera suborder Symphyta superfamily Tenthredinoidea family Tenthredinidae subfamily Heterarthrinae genus Heterarthrus → species Heterarthrus ochropoda

Species name(s)

Heterarthrus ochropoda (Klug, 1818).

urn:lsid:insecta.pro:taxonomy:1015972

Authors

Initial species uploading to the site: Peter Khramov.

References

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27.10.2021 21:24, Peter Khramov

The photos were moved to Heterarthrus fasciatus (Andrey has confirmed the species but he didn\'t send the message to the website).

27.10.2021 15:13, Andrey Ponomarev

Hi Andrew

I completely agree with you.

Regards, Andrey

27.10.2021 13:00, Peter Khramov

Andrew, I've sent the message to Andrey, let's wait what he has to answer. Thank you for your comment!

04.04.2019 11:24, Andrew Liston

Dear Andrey,
I apologise first, for not writing in Russian. I am sure that these fine images are of Heterarthrus fasciatus (Malaise, 1931), not H. ochropoda. Heterarthrus fasciatus differs clearly from ochropoda in numerous characters, including colour pattern: fasciatus pale forewing costa (ochropoda dark), fasciatus pair of white flecks on dorsum of thorax (mesoscutum) (ochropoda dorsal thorax entirely black), broad white stripe along side of abdomen (ochropoda female abdomen entirely black). Heterarthrus fasciatus was fully described in a paper by Hara (Hara, H. 2012: Heterarthrus fasciatus (Hymenoptera, Tenthredinidae), a Leaf-mining Sawfly of Populus spp. in Northeast Asia. - Japanese Journal of Systematic Entomology, Matsuyama 18(2): 405-414). The known hosts of fasciatus recorded in the literature are Populus nigra and P. suaveolens. The host plant of your specimen looks like Populus balsamifera. Previously recorded published distribution comprises Japan (Hokkaido: Hara 2012), Kamtchatka (Malaise 1931), and East Siberia (Buryat Republic: Sundukov 2017. Novosibirsk and Irkutsk Oblasts: Kirichenko et al. 2018). Your specimen seems to represent the first record of fasciatus from Europe.
Regards, Andrew

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