Taxonomic Swap 69999 (Δημιουργήθηκε στις 03-09-2021)

Wallin et al. 2013: "No differences in the male or female genitalia characters of M. sartor and M. urussovi (Fischer von Waldheim, 1805) were found. We thus regard M. urussovi as a subspecies of M. sartor: M. sartor urussovi nov. stat. (cf. ICZN 1999). Sláma (2006) had a similar view, since he also considered M. urussovi to be a subspecies of M. sartor, although he used the invalid name M. rosenmuelleri (Cederhjelm, 1798) for M. urussovi (cf. Löbl & Smetana, 2010). Cesari et al. (2005) found no significant difference in the mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase I (COI) gene between M. sartor and M. urussovi supporting the present results in that the two species are closely related". Systematic position of Monochamus sartor urussovi was repeated by Plewa et al. 2018.

Monochamus sutor sutor (Linnaeus, 1758) = rosenmuelleri Cederhjelm, 1798: 89 (Wallin et al., 2013).

Προστέθηκε από jacek_kurzawa στις Ιανουάριος 25, 2020 0203 ΜΜ | Δημιουργήθηκε από vitalfranz στις Σεπτέμβριος 03, 2021
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Agreed, I have not seen the type yet but M. rosenmuelleri seems to be a synonym of M. sutor, and was commented as this by Plavilstshikov (1958) who may have seen the type. M. s. rosenmuelleri has been recently used (and for iNat purposes) as the name for M. s. urussovii. See further comments from 2018 here: The original name was Cerambyx Urussovii, since urussovi has not been in prevailing usage it is an unjustified emendation and not an available name (see ICZN Article 33). I will explain why I believe it is a good species in the context of Monochamus in an upcoming paper.

Αναρτήθηκε από bycidman πάνω από 1 χρόνo πριν (Αναφορά)

So when will this swap happen?

Αναρτήθηκε από melodi_96 πάνω από 1 χρόνo πριν (Αναφορά)

I do not agree.
Considering Cederhjelm's orignal descriptions ( L. heinrothi was compared to L. sutor and. L. rosenmuelleri was compared to L. sartor.
It appears strange that Cederhjelm described twice the same species.
In fact, several differences corresponding to two species can be noted: elytra spotted (heinrothi) or uniform (rosenmuelleri), body size smaller (heinrothi) or larger (rosenmuelleri), elytra with ocellate (heinrothi) or strong (rosenmuelleri) punctures, legs grey pubescent (heinrothi) or black uniform (rosenmuelleri).
Accordingly, the provided pictures ( show two different species.
In addition, several other characters typical of these two species can be noted:
L rosenmuelleri looks grayish, with strong humeri and tapered elytra, while heinrothi is black with parallel-sided elytra.
In conclusion, the synonymy sutor = rosenmuelleri is not supported.

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