By Hugo Reiss, W. Gerald Tremewan
It is 40 years for the reason that Burgeff released, in 1926, the 1st complete catalogue of the genus Zygaena Fabricius, forming half 33 of the Lepidopterorum Catalogus. Following the development and common format of Burgeff's paintings, we've tried to supply a list within which all names within the genus Zygaena are integrated, with references to the literature the place those names have been initially released. extra references are integrated while those check with illustrations of a species, subspecies or shape, or to a taxonomic swap, e.g., a metamorphosis in prestige. References to misidentifications are as a rule passed over except a brand new species has been defined at a later date. In compiling this paintings now we have adhered to the overseas Code of Zoological Nomenclature as followed by means of the XV foreign Congress of Zoology. despite the fact that, even though the overseas fee on Zoological Nomenclature recognises the need of names of decrease rank than subspecies, they don't at this time take care of such names. The provisions of the Code don't practice to them and, accordingly, such names don't have any nomenclatural prestige. each subspecies is given equivalent prestige within the catalogue even if their relative price isn't really constantly a similar. convinced authors have quite often separated sub species on minute adjustments and a next exam of extra fabric, taken over a couple of years, has proven that the variations are usually not consistently consistent. in lots of instances, in spite of the fact that, we've got been not able to ensure the prestige of every subspecies.
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Ent. , 16: 14. Reiss, 1930, in Seitz, Die Gross-Schmetterlinge der Erde, Supplement, 2: 9. Holik & Sheljuzhko, 1953, Mitt. mUnch. ent. , 43: 184. Reiss & Tremewan, 1964, Ent. , 76: 130. ssp. villosa Burgeft', 1914, Mitt. mUnch. ent. , 5: 43, pI. 2, figs. 151, 159, pI. 5, figs. 4-7. Reiss, 1930, in Seitz, Die GrossSchmetterlinge der Erde, Supplement, 2: 8, pI. 4n. Holik, 1941, Mitt. munch. ent. , 31: 779. Holik & Sheljuzhko, 1953, Mitt. munch. ent. , 43: 177. ssp. sultanbeki Holik, 1941, Mitt. munch.
Ssp. allgavica Reiss, 1941, Mitt. mUnch. ent. , 31: 991, pi. 34, figs. A3, B3. abo interrupta Reiss, 1941, Mitt. mUnch. ent. , 31: 991. abo plutonia Reiss, 1941, Mitt. mUnch. ent. , 31: 991. abo grisescens Reiss, 1941, Mitt. mUnch. ent. , 31: 992. abo apicefusca Reiss, 1941, Mitt. munch. ent. , 31: 992. ssp. vindobonensis Reiss, 1940, Stettin. ent. , 101: 12, pI. 2, figs. c2, c3. abo apicefusca Reiss, 1940, Stettin. ent. , 101: 12. ssp. moraviensis Reiss, 1940, Stettin. ent. , 101: 11, pI. 2, figs.