Hesperia comma

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Hesperia comma
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Taxonomía
Reino: Animalia
Filo: Arthropoda
Clase: Insecta
Orden: Lepidoptera
Suborden: Glossata
Infraorden: Heteroneura
División: Ditrysia
Superfamilia: Papilionoidea
Familia: Hesperiidae
Subfamilia: Hesperiinae
Género: Hesperia
Especie: H. comma
(C. Linnaeus, 1758)[1]
Sinonimia

Papilio comma

Hesperia comma es una especie de mariposa de la familia Hesperiidae que fue descrita originalmente con el nombre de Papilio comma, por C. Linnaeus, en 1758, a partir de ejemplares procedentes de Suecia.

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Distribución[editar]

Hesperia comma está distribuida entre las regiones Paleártico, Neártico, región indomalaya, Neotropical y ha sido reportada en al menos 58 países o regiones diferentes. [2][3][1]

Plantas hospederas[editar]

Las larvas de H. comma se alimentan de plantas de las familias Poaceae, Cyperaceae, Fabaceae. Entre las plantas hospederas reportadas se encuentran Bothriochloa saccharoides, Bouteloua aristidoides, Festuca ovina, Festuca rubra, Poa arctica, Poa glauca, Stipa thurberiana, Lotus corniculatus, Ornithopus perpusillus y especies no identificadas de los géneros Bromus, Carex, Holcus, Lolium, Muhlenbergia.[4][5][6][3]

Referencias[editar]

  1. a b Lamas, G., C. Callaghan, M. M. Casagrande, O. Mielke, T. Pyrcz, R. Robbins and A. Viloria (2004) Checklist: Part 4A, Hesperioidea -- Papilionoidea, en Atlas of Neotropical Lepidoptera. Association for Tropical Lepidoptera/Scientific Publishers, Gainesville, Florida.
  2. 7112 collection, Dorset Environmental Records Centre; 24248 collection, Natural England; 24267 collection, Natural England; 24264 collection, Natural England; 24249 collection, Natural England; 24253 collection, Natural England; 24251 collection, Natural England; 24254 collection, Natural England; 24273 collection, Natural England; 24261 collection, Natural England; 24260 collection, Natural England; 24246 collection, Natural England; 24258 collection, Natural England; 62472 collection, Wiltshire and Swindon Biological Records Centre; 62469 collection, Wiltshire and Swindon Biological Records Centre; 62492 collection, Wiltshire and Swindon Biological Records Centre; 31728 collection, Nottinghamshire Biological and Geological Records Centre; 43036 collection, Royal Horticultural Society; BioFokus collection, BioFokus; NAFI collection, FMNH; Fieldjournal.org collection, FMNH; Artport collection, ArtDatabanken; Egen collection, ArtDatabanken; Lund collection, ArtDatabanken; Annan collection, ArtDatabanken; NRM, St collection, ArtDatabanken; Bengt E collection, ArtDatabanken; Ento collection, KWP; Bugbase collection, Lepidopterological Society, Denmark; Atlasprojekt Danmarks Dagsommerfugle collection, Atlasprojekt Danmarks Dagsommerfugle; Ento collection, UAM; Canadian National Collection collection, CNC; R.A. Layberry collection, RALF; N. Kondla collection, NGK-G; R.A.Layberry collection, RALF; 1990 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 1981 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 1975 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 1985 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 1988 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 1993 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 1980 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 1995 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 1974 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 1982 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 1973 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; New Brunswick Museum Collection collection, NBMC; Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History Collection collection, NSMNH; University of Guelph Collection collection, UGUC; Grant Collection in the University of Guelph Collection collection, UGUC; Lyman collection, Lyman; Crispin S. Guppy Collection collection, CSG; Peter Hall observations collection, HALF; ROM collection, ROM; portugal-2003 collection, ZV-VWG; N. Kondla collection, NGK-BC; Donald F. Hooper Collection collection, DFH; University of Western Ontario Collection collection, UWOC; 1987 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 1986 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 1979 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 1984 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 62497 collection, Wiltshire and Swindon Biological Records Centre; 24286 collection, Natural England; invertebrata collection, UGENT; Ento collection, UAMObs; IN-OB collection, JNHM; 64260 collection, Record, the Biodiversity Information System for Cheshire, Halton, Warrington and the Wirral; 62488 collection, Wiltshire and Swindon Biological Records Centre; 7439 collection, Natural Resources Wales; romania-2008 collection, ZV-VWG; Gibson Collection in the University of Guelph Collection collection, UGUC; N. Kondla collection, NGK-YT; 1989 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 1983 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 1994 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; McMaster University Collection collection, McMUC; ICMI collection, ICMI; slovakia-2005 collection, ZV-VWG; 24285 collection, Natural England; 62490 collection, Wiltshire and Swindon Biological Records Centre; 1977 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; 1996 Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary collection, LSSS; SO-Bugs collection, NEF; Virtala.www_lepidoptera collection, MZH; ENT collection, YPM; lepi collection, miljolare; ZL collection, TS; INVBR-Lep collection, JYV; Butterflies and Skippers of Alberta Project collection, By#38;S; 1 collection, BDBCV-General; Entomologie collection, Muséum Henri-Lecoq Clermont-Ferrand MHLCLFE; WI-NHP collection, NTSRV; Lepidoptera_NW_Europe collection, KUO; Recorder database collection, MNHNL; The Distribution Atlas of Butterflies in Poland collection, UMK; Swiss National Butterflies Databank collection, CSCF; L collection, MZNA; Insect collection, KNA; EN-IN collection, NSMK; inatura - Erlebnis Naturschau Dornbirn collection, inatura ; Banc de dades de biodiversitat de Catalunya-ArtroCat collection, BDBC; DGHLEPEU collection, DABUH; Entomology collection, NMNL; Lobbecke Museum Dusseldorf collection, LMD; Insekten Sachsen collection, AK Entomologie NABU Sachsen; The atlas of butterflies in Kraków collection, JU-IES; Lep collection, RMZ; WA-NHP collection, NTSRV; Biologiezentrum Linz collection, LI; GNMENT collection, GNM; All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory - Mercantour/Alpi Marittime (France/Italy) collection, European Distributed Institute of Taxonomy (EDIT); All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory - Gemer (Slovakia) collection, European Distributed Institute of Taxonomy (EDIT); ONF collection, MNHN-SPN; TUZ collection, University of Tartu, Natural History Museum; Insect Collection collection, INHS; ENV collection, ENV; ENV collection, UVEG-ENV; Entomology collection, MZLU; DOFbase collection, DOF; Zoological collection collection, NHMM; 9968 collection, NMR; gnb nrm collection, NRM; ognb-nrm collection, NRM; Fongs collection, SIBA ; UAM-LEP collection, UAM; Insecta collection, NMR; Lep collection, LEPARB; Lep collection, O; Arsène Fouassin collection, Royal Belgian Institute of natural Sciences; Ent collection, MCZ; IN-OB collection, MNHM; Arthropods collection, EMEC; British Columbia Museum collection, BCMus; RSM collection, sask1; RSM collection, sask2; RSM collection, RSM2; UBC collection, ubc; Royal Ontario Museu collection, ROM; Prov. Museum AB collection, MusAB; Edmonton N.F.C. collection, NFCE; AgCanSask collection, AGSASK; UofSASK collection, UofSASK; Klassen Coll. in Manitoba Museum of Man collection, MMMN; Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature collection, MMMN; GERALD HILCHIE COLLECTION collection, gh; IN collection, SMNH; 2007_Mongol collection, HNHM; IN-OB collection, HUNM; IN collection, ENHM; Arth collection, NMSU; RMNH.INS collection, NNM; j collection, Spmn; N. Kondla collection, NGK-A; Rohrmeistereiplateau und angrenzendes Gebiet collection, GEO; Himmelmoor collection, GEO; Altenburg bei Bamberg collection, GEO; Überschwemmungsgebiet der Wied collection, GEO; Kaniswall/ Gosener Wiesen an der Spree collection, GEO; Pflanzen und Tiere im Burgwald collection, GEO; Fliegenhaupt Marksuhl collection, GEO; UASM collection, University of Alberta Museums; M.-E. de Selys-Longchamps collection, Royal Belgian Institute of natural Sciences; Lepidoptera coll. NMOK collection, NMOK; Lepidoptera coll. Gotthardt collection, NMOK; consultado a través del comma Portal de datos de GBIF
  3. a b Markku Savela (1999-2013) Lepidoptera and some other life forms. (Consultado en diciembre 2012)
  4. G.W. Beccaloni, A.L. Viloria, S.K. Hall y G.S. Robinson (2008) Catálogo de las plantas huésped de las mariposas neotropicales m3m: Monografías Tercer Milenio Vol. 8, S.E.A., Zaragoza, España
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  6. Robinson, G. S., P. R. Ackery, I. J. Kitching, G. W. Beccaloni y L. M. Hernández (2010) HOSTS - A Database of the World's Lepidopteran Hostplants. Natural History Museum, London. http://www.nhm.ac.uk/hosts. (Consultado en diciembre 2012).