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Tarsolepis remicauda Butler, 1872

Самец  Tarsolepis remicauda

Taxonomy

class Insecta subclass Pterygota infraclass Neoptera superorder Holometabola order Lepidoptera superfamily Noctuoidea family Notodontidae subfamily Dudusinae genus Tarsolepis → species Tarsolepis remicauda

Species name(s)

Tarsolepis remicauda Butler, 1872 = Tarsolepis sommeri.

urn:lsid:insecta.pro:taxonomy:67661

Самец  Tarsolepis remicauda

Subspecies Tarsolepis remicauda

Authors

Initial species uploading to the site: Peter Khramov.

Photos: Vasiliy Feoktistov.

References

Comments

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29.12.2016 10:52, Alexandr Zhakov

Сейчас ранг dinawensis Bethune-Baker, 1904, видовой. Нужно удалить из подвида.

23.01.2015 15:32, Peter Khramov

Apparently, it is necessary to phone in Skype and to clarify the situation. Bo I do not see any lack of opportunity to simplify sorting.

22.01.2015 22:56, Alexandr Zhakov

Lord, you are wrong, it is impossible to remove all the things that you do not understand. You can sort through everything, but who will do it. When Peter filled the site with other resources, I do not know why, it has simplified and greatly simplified his task, all the relevant taxa from the cast sign = equating them to synonyms.Now, they can not be sorted out, only in some cases removed. But I repeat this is not correct. :))

22.01.2015 22:20, Peter Khramov

If you had not distinguished, but now distinguish - it is necessary to clean up, Basil rights.

22.01.2015 21:31, Alexandr Zhakov

Basil = Take it as it is in the broad sense.I understand that when they made the site so as not to complicate its structure by replacing all of the terms associated with the valid name put this sign here and synonyms and generic combinations, and the names under which resulted in the literature, and the name is given incorrectly and other cases (I can not think of what else can be :)) is in order,it would be possible to find this kind of as if it did not name. :))

22.01.2015 20:12, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Well then, so the title of "old name", I think is more appropriate for this.
But in any way "in a heap blame" can not in my opinion :)
Under full names I understand acting at present name and its synonyms :)

22.01.2015 18:09, Alexandr Zhakov

Paul wrote to mobiole: Earlier T. remicauda considered conspecific T. sommeri, , that's it is. not synonymous, but are listed under that name, did not distinguish between them. Now distinguish :))

22.01.2015 17:53, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Override just today just because sommeri in remicauda, ​​suffered at the place and suddenly see that it is equated to the mean, where I suffered :) Some kind of nonsense is obtained then this .... Well, can not be the same if it Two different types of :)

22.01.2015 16:38, Alexandr Zhakov

Basil can not be the basis of the transfer, or delete pictures. :)
I have often written that the = sign on this resource is not identical synonym, it may be other options, generic combinations, references in the literature under this name, and others.

22.01.2015 16:06, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Tarsolepis sommeri is removed from synonyms. Reason: moved here today Corydalis, standing before a separate formTarsolepis sommeri:)

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