Taxonomic Notes on Species of the Crocini (Neuroptera, Nemopteridae) By BO TJEDER Zoological Institute, S-223 62 Lund, Sweden Abstract The hitherto unidentified Nemoptera alba Oli- vier, 1811, is interpreted as being the same species as Nemoptera (Croce) baudii Griffini, 1895, and Nina joppana Withycombe, 1923. � The genital structures of the male of Croce mira McKeown, 1939, are figured and a new genus, Austrocroce, is established for that species. � The male genital structures of Josandreva sazi Navás, 1906, are described. 1. Supposed identity of Nemoptera alba Olivier, 1811 Nemoptera alba Olivier, 1811, was the first Crocin species to be described. Up to 1811 only two Nemopterids were described in ac- cordance with the Rules: Nemoptera coa (Lin- naeus, 1758) and Halter lzalterata (Forskål, 1775), both described as species of Panorpa and both belonging to the subfamily Nem- opterinae, to which subfamily the other four species described by Olivier in 1811 also be- long. These four species have all been inter- preted and redescribed by later authors but no one has tried to interpret Nemoptera alba. The type specimen seems not to have been refound and is probably lost. And no Crocin species whatever has subsequently been re-
Insect Systematics & Evolution – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1974
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