A New Name for Nebria Vandykei Darlington

A New Name for Nebria Vandykei Darlington and subshining, scutellum black with fine yellow hairs. Abdomen black, hairs on the first and second segments entirely black, the second segment about double the length of the first, the other segments with indistinct bands of yellow hairs at the base of each segment, the anterior angles of the fourth segment and the ventral surface of the fourth and fifth segments brownish. Genitalia black. Coxm and femora bright yellow, a small black spot at the base of the middle and posterior coxe and on the under side of the tips of all the trochanters, tibim and tarsi dark brownish, becoming black on the outer half of the tarsi, tibial spurs yellow, halters yellow. Wings with the basal two-thirds hyaline, yellowish at the base, the rest of the wing deep black, which extends along the anterior from forks of the radius to beyond the end of R5 as shown in fig. 2. Length 9 mm. One male collected on the west side of the Willimantic River near Mansfield Station, Conn., June 6, 1930. Type in the collection of the Boston Society of Natural History. This species was taken while collecting with Prof. Jerauld A. Manter of the Connecticut Agricultural College, Storrs, Conn., to whom I have dedicated this interesting species. A NEW NAME FOR NEBRIA VANDYKEI DARLINGTON BY t J. DARLINGTON, It is my painful duty to announce that the name Nebria vandykei, used by me in Psyche 37, 1930, p. 104, or a species rom Paradise Valley, Mt. Rainier, is preoccupied. The preoccupying name is Nebria vandykei Bnninger (Koleopterologische Rundschau 14, 1928, p. 5), which has ben applied toa species quite different from mine, althotgh 2rom the same locality. I therefore propose the name Nebria paradisi, nom. nov., or the species described as N. vandykei Darlington. I am indebted to Dr. M. Biinninger and Dr. M. H. Hatch or calling my attention to Dr. Bnninger’s paper. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

A New Name for Nebria Vandykei Darlington

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and subshining, scutellum black with fine yellow hairs. Abdomen black, hairs on the first and second segments entirely black, the second segment about double the length of the first, the other segments with indistinct bands of yellow hairs at the base of each segment, the anterior angles of the fourth segment and the ventral surface of the fourth and fifth segments brownish. Genitalia black. Coxm and femora bright yellow, a small black spot at the base of the middle and posterior coxe and on the under side of the tips of all the trochanters, tibim and tarsi dark brownish, becoming black on the outer half of the tarsi, tibial spurs yellow, halters yellow. Wings with the basal two-thirds hyaline, yellowish at the base, the rest of the wing deep black, which extends along the anterior from forks of the radius to beyond the end of R5 as shown in fig. 2. Length 9 mm. One male collected on the west side of the Willimantic River near Mansfield Station, Conn., June 6, 1930. Type in the collection of the Boston Society of Natural History. This species was taken while collecting with Prof. Jerauld A. Manter of the Connecticut Agricultural College, Storrs, Conn., to whom I have dedicated this interesting species. A NEW NAME FOR NEBRIA VANDYKEI DARLINGTON BY t J. DARLINGTON, It is my painful duty to announce that the name Nebria vandykei, used by me in Psyche 37, 1930, p. 104, or a species rom Paradise Valley, Mt. Rainier, is preoccupied. The preoccupying name is Nebria vandykei Bnninger (Koleopterologische Rundschau 14, 1928, p. 5), which has ben applied toa species quite different from mine, althotgh 2rom the same locality. I therefore propose the name Nebria paradisi, nom. nov., or the species described as N. vandykei Darlington. I am indebted to Dr. M. Biinninger and Dr. M. H. Hatch or calling my attention to Dr. Bnninger’s paper.

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