Pergagrapta

Pseudoperga Ashmead, 1898: 232. Type species: Perga polita Leach, by original designation. Homonym of Pseudoperga Guérin-Méneville, 1845; discovered by Smith, 1978: 141.

Pergagrapta Benson, 1939: 340. Type species: Perga bella Newman, by original designation.

Citations

Konow 1905a [synonymy: 11]; Rohwer 1911a [type information: 88, 104]; Benson 1939 [illustration of adult, key, key to species, new taxon: 327, 328, 329, 340-349]; Leask 1944b [distribution record: 150-151]; Quinlan 1974 [type information: 222]; Smith 1978 [catalogue/checklist: 141-144]; Pagliano & Scaramozzino 1990 [catalogue/checklist: 154, 171]; Abe & Smith 1991 [synonymy, systematics – classification: 64, 72]; Macdonald & Ohmart 1993 [fecundity, oviposition: 487-488].

Pergagrapta bella (Newman)

Perga bella Newman, 1841: 89-90. Type locality: Australia: Adelaide, South Australia. Holotype, by monotypy, sex unknown. Type lost.

Perga foersteri Westwood, 1880: 368. Type locality: Australia. Syntype, male. Type depository: OXUM. Described: male. Illust. Synonymy by Morice, 1919: 285.

Perga divaricata Kirby, 1893: 39-40. Type locality: Australia: Melbourne, Victoria. Syntype, male, female. Type depository: BMNH. Described: male, female. Synonymy by Morice, 1919: 277.

Pergadopsis divaricata: Shipp, 1894: 340. Change of combination.

Perga rubripes Rohwer, 1910: 467. Type locality: Australia: Tasmania. Holotype female, by monotypy and original designation. Type depository: BMNH. Described: female. Synonymy by Benson, 1939: 343.

Perga bella var. rubripes: Forsius, 1927: 285, 306.

Perga montana Forsius, 1935: 12-14. Type locality: Australia: Wentworth, Blue Mountains, New South Wales. Holotype male, by monotypy. Type depository: MHNB. Described: male. Synonymy by Benson, 1939: 343.

Pergagrapta bella: Benson, 1939: 343. Change of combination.

Pergagrapta nigra Benson, 1939: 342, 347. Type locality: Australia: Cumberland, New South Wales. Holotype female, by monotypy. Type depository: BMNH. Described: female. Synonymy by Benson, 1958b: 289.

Pergagrapta rohweri Benson, 1939: 343, 348-349. Type locality: Australia: Adelaide, South Australia. Holotype female, by original designation. Type depository: BMNH. Described: female. Synonymy by Benson, 1958b: 289.

Pergagrapta rossi Benson, 1939: 343, 347-348. Type locality: Australia: Windsor, Victoria. Holotype female, by monotypy. Type depository: MVME. Described: female. Synonymy by Benson, 1958b: 289.

Citations

Westwood 1880 [description, illustration of male, new taxon: 368, 373-374, pl. xxxvi, fig. 1]; Kirby 1882 [distribution record: 22, 26]; Froggatt 1890a [description, description of immature stages, development, distribution record, host plant, rearing, sex ratio: 288]; Froggatt 1890c [catalogue/checklist: 691, 692]; Shipp 1893 [distribution record, type information: 264, 265]; Dalla Torre 1894 [catalogue/checklist: 349, 350]; Shipp 1894 [systematics – classification: 340]; Konow 1905a [distribution (range): 11]; Schulz 1906 [taxonomy: 85]; Morice 1919 [distribution (range), illustration of lance/lancet, key, synonymy, taxonomy, type information: 269, 277-278, 283, 285, pl. xv, figs 5, 6, 7]; Forsius 1927 [distribution record, taxonomy: 285, 306]; Forsius 1929a [distribution record: 82]; Benson 1939 [description of adult, distribution (range), host plant, illustration of adult, illustration of lance/lancet, key, new taxon, synonymy: 328, 342, 343, 347-349]; Meyer-Rochow 1974 [histology, physiology, vision: 1565-1589]; Quinlan 1974 [type information: 243]; Smith 1978 [catalogue/checklist, host plant: 141-142]; Elliott & Bashford 1995 [description of immature stages, development, economic importance, feeding, host plant, illustration of adult, illustration of immature stages, life history, mortality, oviposition, parasitism: 27-35]; Elliot et al. 1998 [host plant, impact/damage: 86]; Schmidt 2006 [catalogue/checklist, host plant, synonymy: 630]; Schmidt et al. 2006 [host plant: 183].

Distribution

Australasian: Australia (New South Wales [Froggatt 1890a, Forsius 1935, Benson 1939, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006], South Australia [Kirby 1882, Morice 1919, Benson 1939, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006], Tasmania [Kirby 1882, Morice 1919, Smith 1978, Elliott & Bashford 1995, Schmidt 2006], Victoria [Kirby 1893, Morice 1919, Forsius 1929a, Benson 1939, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006]).

Associations

Hosts – MYRTALES Myrtaceae: Corymbia gummifera (Gaertn.) K.D.Hill & L.A.S.Johnson [Froggatt 1890a, Leask 1946, Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus amygdalina Labill. [Elliott & Bashford 1995, Elliot et al. 1998, Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus pauciflora Sieber ex Spreng. [Elliott & Bashford 1995, Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus piperita Sm. [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus viminalis Dehnh. [Elliott & Bashford 1995, Elliot et al. 1998, Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006].

Pergagrapta bensoni Smith

Pergagrapta bensoni Smith, 1980b: 330-331. Type locality: Papua New Guinea: Wisselmeren, Enarotadi. Holotype female, by monotypy and original designation. Type depository: BPBM. Described: female. Illust.

Citations

Smith 1980b [illustration of female, illustration of lance/lancet, illustration of sawsheath: 330-331, 332]; Schmidt 2006 [catalogue/checklist: 630].

Distribution

Australasian: Papua New Guinea [Smith 1980b, Schmidt 2006].

Pergagrapta bicolor (Leach)

Perga bicolor Leach, 1817: 116. Type locality: “Australasia”. Holotype female, by original designation. Type depository: BMNH. Described: female. Illust.

Perga chalybea Froggatt, 1890a: 285-286. Type locality: Australia: South Australia. Holotype male, by original designation. Type depository: ANIC. Described: male and larva. Synonymy by Konow, 1905a: 11.

Pergagrapta bicolor: Benson, 1939: 343. Change of combination.

Citations

Lepeletier de Saint-Fargeau 1823 [diagnosis, distribution (range): 41]; Blanchard 1840 [description of adult, distribution (range): 228]; Westwood 1880 [description of female, distribution (range), key: 361, 371]; Kirby 1882 [distribution (range): 26]; Froggatt 1890a [description of immature stages, host plant, new taxon, rearing: 285-286]; Froggatt 1890c [catalogue/checklist: 691]; Shipp 1893 [distribution record, type information: 265]; Dalla Torre 1894 [catalogue/checklist: 349]; Konow 1905a [distribution (range): 11]; Schulz 1906 [taxonomy: 85]; Morice 1919 [distribution (range), illustration of lance/lancet, key, synonymy, taxonomy, type information: 274, 276, pl. xv, fig. 10]; Forsius 1929a [distribution record: 84]; Benson 1939 [distribution (range), host plant, illustration of adult, illustration of lance/lancet, key: 328, 343]; Smith 1978 [catalogue/checklist, host plant: 142]; Smith 1980b [distribution record: 330]; Naumann et al. 1994 [type information: 71]; Schmidt 2006 [catalogue/checklist, host plant, synonymy: 630]; Schmidt et al. 2006 [host plant: 183].

Distribution

Australasian: Australia (New South Wales [Morice 1919, Smith 1978, Smith 1980b, Schmidt 2006], South Australia [Kirby 1882, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006], Victoria [Morice 1919, Forsius 1929a, Benson 1939, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006]).

Associations

Hosts – MYRTALES Myrtaceae: Corymbia gummifera (Gaertn.) K.D.Hill & L.A.S.Johnson [Froggatt 1890a, Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus haemastoma Sm. [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus pauciflora Sieber ex. Spreng. [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus saligna Sm. [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006].

Pergagrapta castanea (Kirby)

Perga castanea Kirby, 1882: 20-21. Type locality: Australia: Sydney, New South Wales. Holotype female, by original designation. Type depository: BMNH. Described: female. Illust.

Pergagrapta castanea: Benson, 1939: 341. Change of combination.

Citations

Froggatt 1890c [catalogue/checklist: 692]; Dalla Torre 1894 [catalogue/checklist: 349]; Konow 1905a [distribution (range): 11]; Morice 1919 [description of female, illustration of lance/lancet, illustration of male, key, taxonomy, type information: 269, pl. xi, fig. 7, pl. xiii, fig. 4, pl. xiv, fig. 10]; Tillyard 1926 [description: 265]; Forsius 1927 [distribution record: 285]; Forsius 1929a [distribution record: 84]; Benson 1939 [description of adult, distribution (range), key: 341]; Smith 1978 [catalogue/checklist: 142]; Schmidt 2006 [catalogue/checklist, host plant: 630]; Schmidt et al. 2006 [host plant: 183].

Distribution

Australasian: Australia (New South Wales [Konow 1905a, Benson 1939, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006], Victoria [Morice 1919, Forsius 1929a, Benson 1939, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006]).

Associations

Host – MYRTALES Myrtaceae: Eucalyptus piperita Sm. [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006].

Pergagrapta condei Benson

Pergagrapta condei Benson, 1939: 341, 344-345. Type locality: Australia: Adelaide, South Australia. Holotype female, by monotypy and original designation. Type depository: BMNH. Described: female.

Citations

Benson 1939 [distribution record, key: 341, 344-345]; Quinlan 1974 [type information: 243]; Smith 1978 [catalogue/checklist: 142]; Weinstein 1989 [behaviour: 55]; Dowton et al. 1997 [phylogeny]; Vilhelmsen 2000a [internal anatomy, musculature, structure]; Vilhelmsen 2000c [musculature, structure]; Castro & Dowton 2005 [molecular systematics]; Schmidt 2006 [catalogue/checklist: 630].

Distribution

Australasian: Australia (South Australia [Benson 1939, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006]).

Pergagrapta esenbeckii (Westwood)

Perga esenbeckii Westwood, 1880: 365-366. Type locality: Australia: Swan River, Western Australia. Syntype, female. Type depository: OXUM. Described: female. Illust.

Pergagrapta esenbeckii: Benson, 1939: 342. Change of combination.

Citations

Kirby 1882 [distribution record: 23]; Froggatt 1890c [catalogue/checklist: 692]; Shipp 1893 [distribution record: 265]; Dalla Torre 1894 [catalogue/checklist: 350]; Konow 1905a [distribution (range): 11]; Morice 1919 [distribution (range), illustration of lance/lancet, key, type information: 270, pl. xiv, fig. 11]; Forsius 1927 [distribution record: 285]; Benson 1939 [description of female, distribution (range), key: 342]; Smith 1978 [catalogue/checklist: 142]; Schmidt 2006 [catalogue/checklist: 630].

Distribution

Australasian: Australia (New South Wales [Benson 1939, Schmidt 2006], Queensland [Benson 1939, Schmidt 2006], Victoria [Benson 1939, Schmidt 2006], Western Australia [Kirby 1882, Morice 1919, Benson 1939, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006]).

Pergagrapta glabra (Kirby)

Perga glabra Kirby, 1882: 23. Type locality: Australia: Sydney, New South Wales. Holotype female, by monotypy and original designation. Type depository: BMNH. Described: female. Illust.

Pergagrapta glabra: Benson, 1939: 342. Change of combination.

Pergagrapta malaisei Benson, 1939: 342, 346-347. Type locality: Australia: Windsor, Victoria. Holotype female, by original designation. Type depository: MVME. Described: female. Synonymy by Benson, 1958b: 289.

Citations

Froggatt 1890c [catalogue/checklist: 692]; Dalla Torre 1894 [catalogue/checklist: 350]; Turner 1900 [distribution record: 517]; Konow 1905a [distribution (range): 11]; Morice 1919 [distribution (range), illustration of lance/lancet, key, type information: 275, pl. xv, fig. 4]; Benson 1939 [distribution (range), key, new taxon, taxonomy: 342]; Quinlan 1974 [type information: 243]; Smith 1978 [catalogue/checklist: 142]; Schmidt 2006 [catalogue/checklist, host plant, synonymy: 630]; Schmidt et al. 2006 [host plant: 183].

Distribution

Australasian: Australia (New South Wales [Konow 1905a, Morice 1919, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006], Queensland [Turner 1900, Morice 1919, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006], Victoria [Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006]).

Associations

Hosts – MYRTALES Myrtaceae: Eucalyptus crebra F.Muell [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus tereticornis Sm. [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006].

Pergagrapta gravenhorstii (Westwood)

Perga gravenhorstii Westwood, 1880: 366. Type locality: “Australasia”. Syntype, female. Type depository: OXUM. Described: female. Illust.

Perga hartigii Westwood, 1880: 369-370. Type locality: Australia. Syntype, female. Type depository: OXUM. Described: female. Synonymy by Benson, 1939: 342.

Perga peletierii Westwood, 1880: 370. Type locality: Australia. Syntype, male. Type depository: OXUM. Described: male. Illust. Synonymy by Konow, 1905a: 11.

Perga hartigi: Forsius, 1929a: 82-83. Subsequent description.

Pergagrapta gravenhorstii: Benson, 1939: 342. Change of combination.

Pergacrapta gravenhorsti: Muche, 1986: 151. Misspelling of genus and species names.

Citations

Kirby 1882 [distribution (range): 22, 23]; Froggatt 1890c [catalogue/checklist: 692, 693]; Shipp 1893 [distribution record, type information: 264]; Dalla Torre 1894 [catalogue/checklist: 350, 351]; Turner 1900 [distribution record: 517]; Konow 1905a [distribution (range), synonymy: 11]; Morice 1919 [distribution (range), illustration of lance/lancet, key, synonymy, type information: 276, 277, 285, pl. xiii, fig. 5, pl. xv, figs 8, 9]; Muche 1986 [distribution record: 151]; Benson 1939 [distribution (range), key, synonymy, taxonomy: 342]; Carne 1962 [sociality: 24]; Smith 1978 [catalogue/checklist, host plant: 142-143]; Schmidt 2006 [catalogue/checklist, host plant, synonymy: 630]; Schmidt et al. 2006 [host plant: 183].

Distribution

Australasian: Australia (New South Wales [Kirby 1882, Benson 1939, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006], Queensland [Turner 1900, Muche 1986, Schmidt 2006], Victoria [Kirby 1882, Forsius 1929a, Benson 1939, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006]).

Associations

Hosts – MYRTALES Myrtaceae: Eucalyptus nicholii Maiden & Blakely [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus sideroxylon A.Cunn. ex Woolls [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006].

Pergagrapta latreillii (Leach)

Perga Latreillii Leach, 1817: 116-117. Type locality: “Australasia”. Holotype male, by original designation. Type depository: BMNH. Described: male. Illust.

Perga dalmanni Westwood, 1880: 369. Type locality: Australia. Syntype, female. Type depository: OXUM. Described: female. Illust. Synonymy by Konow, 1905a: 11.

Perga titschacki Forsius, 1929b: 85-86. Type locality: Australia: Hachkirch, Victoria. Holotype female, by monotypy and original designation. Type depository: ZIMG. Described: female. Synonymy by Benson, 1939: 344.

Pergagrapta latreillii: Benson, 1939: 344. Change of combination.

Citations

Lepeletier de Saint-Fargeau 1823 [diagnosis, distribution (range): 41]; Blanchard 1840 [distribution (range): 228]; Westwood 1880 [illustration of female, illustration of male, key, new taxon: 361, 369, 372, pl. xxxiii, fig. 7, pl. xxxvi, figs 2, 3]; Kirby 1882 [description of male, distribution (range), illustration of male: 25, pl. ii, fig. 8]; Froggatt 1890c [catalogue/checklist: 692, 693]; Shipp 1893 [distribution record, type information: 265, 266]; Dalla Torre 1894 [catalogue/checklist: 349, 350]; Konow 1905a [distribution (range), synonymy: 11]; Morice 1919 [distribution (range), illustration of lance/lancet, key, synonymy, type information: 276, 286, pl. xiv, fig. 2]; Forsius 1927 [distribution record: 285]; Benson 1939 [description of adult, distribution (range), illustration of adult, illustration of lance/lancet, key, synonymy: 328, 343, 344]; Morrow et al. 1976 [behavioural defence, distribution record, ecology, feeding, host plant, natural enemies: 193-205]; Smith 1978 [catalogue/checklist, host plant: 143]; Smith 1980b [distribution record: 330]; Schmidt 2006 [catalogue/checklist, host plant, synonymy: 630]; Schmidt et al. 2006 [host plant: 183].

Distribution

Australasian: Australia (Capital Territory [Benson 1939, Schmidt 2006], New South Wales [Morice 1919, Benson 1939, Morrow et al. 1976, Smith 1978, Smith 1980b, Schmidt 2006], Queensland [Benson 1939, Smith 1978], South Australia [Morice 1919, Forsius 1927, Benson 1939, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006], Victoria [Westwood 1880, Morice 1919, Forsius 1929b, Benson 1939, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006]).

Associations

Hosts – MYRTALES Myrtaceae: Eucalyptus leucoxylon F.Muell. [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus perriniana F.Muell. ex Rodway [Morrow et al. 1976, Schmidt et al. 2006],Eucalyptus punctata DC. [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006].

Pergagrapta owanda Smith

Pergagrapta owanda Smith, 1980b: 331. Type locality: Papua New Guinea: Mount Kaindi, 2350 m. Holotype male, by monotypy and original designation. Type depository: BPBM. Described: male. Illust.

Citations

Smith 1980b [illustration of male genitalia: 331, 340]; Schmidt 2006 [catalogue/checklist: 630].

Distribution

Australasian: Papua New Guinea [Smith 1980b, Schmidt 2006].

Pergagrapta polita (Leach)

Perga polita Leach, 1817: 115-116. Type locality: “Australasia”. Holotype female, by original designation. Type depository: BMNH. Described: male, female. Illust.

Pseudoperga polita: Ashmead, 1898: 232. Change of combination.

Pergagrapta polita: Benson, 1939: 341. Change of combination.

Pergacrapta polita: Muche, 1986: 151. Misspelling of genus name.

Citations

Lepeletier de Saint-Fargeau 1823 [diagnosis, distribution (range): 40-41]; Blanchard 1840 [description of adult, distribution (range): 228]; Westwood 1880 [description, distribution (range), key: 361, 363]; Kirby 1882 [description of female, description of male, distribution record, type information: 21-22, pl. ii, fig. 1]; Froggatt 1890a [description of immature stages, development, distribution (range), host plant, parasitism, rearing: 285]; Froggatt 1890c [catalogue/checklist: 693]; Shipp 1893 [distribution record, type information: 264]; Dalla Torre 1894 [catalogue/checklist: 351]; Turner 1900 [distribution record: 517]; Konow 1905a [distribution (range); illustration of male: 12, pl. 1]; Morice 1919 [description of female, distribution (range), illustration of lance/lancet, key, type information: 269, 283, pl. xiv, fig. 9]; Forsius 1927 [distribution record: 285]; Forsius 1929a [distribution record: 84]; Raff 1930 [distribution record, rearing, seasonal distribution: 216]; Raff 1935(1934) [development, distribution record, parasitism, parasitism rates, rearing, sex ratio: 58, 60-61]; Benson 1939 [description of adult, distribution (range), key: 341]; Moore 1972 [host plant: 33]; Smith 1978 [catalogue/checklist, host plant: 143]; Smith 1980b [distribution record: 330]; Muche 1986 [distribution record: 151]; Rose 1987 [host plant, laboratory studies, physiology: 123-130]; Schedl 1991 [physiology: 59]; Schmidt et al. 2000 [antifeedants, behaviour, behavioural defence, chemical defence, distribution record, ecology, enzymes, host plant, histology, laboratory studies, physiology, structure: 17-25]; Southwell et al. 2003 [antifeedants, laboratory studies: 85, 90]; Purcell & Goolsby 2005 [behaviour, biological control, distribution (range), host plant, laboratory studies, life history, parasitism]; Schmidt 2006 [catalogue/checklist, host plant, synonymy: 630]; Schmidt et al. 2006 [antifeedants, behaviour, behavioural defence, description of immature stages, development, distribution (range), host plant, illustration of male genitalia, illustration of sawsheath, laboratory studies, life history, oviposition, reproduction, structure: 182-185].

Distribution

Australasian: Australia (New South Wales [Kirby 1882, Morice 1919, Smith 1980b, Rose 1987, Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Queensland [Kirby 1882, Turner 1900, Morice 1919, Forsius 1927, Benson 1939, Smith 1978, Muche 1986, Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], South Australia [Forsius 1927, Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Victoria [Kirby 1882, Morice 1919, Forsius 1929a, Raff 1935(1934), Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006]).

Associations

Foe – HYMENOPTERA Ichneumonidae: Netelia producta (Brullé) [Raff 1935(1934), Schmidt 2006]. Hosts – MYRTALES Myrtaceae:Angophora floribunda (Sm.) Domin [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Corymbia citriodora (Hook.) K.D.Hill & L.A.S.Johnson [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Corymbia gummifera (Gaertn.) K.D.Hill & L.A.S.Johnson [Froggatt 1890a, Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus bicostata Maiden, Blakely & Simmonds [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus botryoides Sm. [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus crebra F.Muell. [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus deanei Maiden [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus elata Dehnh. [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus globulus Labill. [Rose 1987, Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006],Eucalyptus grandis W.Hill [Moore 1972, Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus melliodora A.Cunn. ex Schauer [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus moluccana Roxb. [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus nicholii Maiden & Blakely [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus parramattensis C.Hall. [Rose 1987, Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006],Eucalyptus pilularis Sm. [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006],Eucalyptus propinqua H.Deane & Maiden [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus saligna Sm. [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus scoparii Maiden [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus sideroxylon A.Cunn. ex Woolls [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Melaleuca quinquenervia (Cav.) S.T.Blake [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006].

Pergagrapta sonoda Smith

Pergagrapta sonoda Smith, 1980b: 333. Type locality: Papua New Guinea: Mount Michael, Saddle Camp, NW Arete, 3050 m. Holotype male, by monotypy and original designation. Type depository: BPBM. Described: male. Illust.

Citations

Smith 1980b [illustration of male genitalia: 333, 340]; Schmidt 2006 [catalogue/checklist: 631].

Distribution

Australasian: Papua New Guinea [Smith 1980b, Schmidt 2006].

Pergagrapta spinolae (Westwood)

Perga spinolae Westwood, 1880: 371-372. Type locality: “Australasia”. Syntype, female. Type depository: OXUM. Described: female. Illust.

Perga latreillei: Froggatt, 1890a: 287. Misidentification.

Pergagrapta spinolae: Benson, 1939. Change of combination.

Citations

Kirby 1882 [distribution record: 26]; Froggatt 1890a [description of immature stages, development, distribution record, host plant, life history, rearing: 287]; Froggatt 1890c [catalogue/checklist: 693]; Shipp 1893 [distribution record, type information: 265]; Dalla Torre 1894 [catalogue/checklist: 351]; Konow 1905a [distribution (range): 12]; Schulz 1906 [taxonomy: 85]; Morice 1919 [distribution (range), illustration of lance/lancet, key, type information: 276, pl. xiv, fig. 3]; Benson 1939 [description of adult, distribution (range), host plant, illustration of adult, key: 328, 344]; Brimblecombe 1948b [behaviour, distribution record, host plant, life history: 2]; Smith 1978 [catalogue/checklist, host plant: 143-144]; Schmidt 2006 [catalogue/checklist, host plant: 631]; Schmidt et al. 2006 [host plant: 183].

Distribution

Australasian: Australia (Capital Territory [Benson 1939, Schmidt 2006], New South Wales [Froggatt 1890a, Benson 1939, Schmidt 2006], Queensland [Benson 1939, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006], Victoria [Kirby 1882, Morice 1919, Benson 1939, Smith 1978, Schmidt 2006]).

Associations

Hosts – MYRTALES Myrtaceae: Corymbia gummifera (Gaertn.) K.D.Hill & L.A.S.Johnson [Froggatt 1890a, Leask 1946, Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Corymbia maculata (Hook.) K.D.Hill & L.A.S.Johnson [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006], Eucalyptus leucoxylon F.Muell. [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006],Eucalyptus punctata DC. [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006],Eucalyptus sideroxylon A.Cunn. ex Woolls [Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006].

Pergagrapta turneri Benson

Pergagrapta turneri Benson, 1939: 341, 345. Type locality: Australia: Mackay, Queensland. Holotype female, by original designation. Type depository: BMNH. Described: male, female.

Pergagrapta hackeri Benson, 1939: 346. Type locality: Australia: Melbourne, Victoria. Holotype female, by original designation. Type depository: BMNH. Described: male, female. Synonymy by Benson, 1958b: 289.

Citations

Benson 1939 [distribution (range), key: 341, 342, 345, 346]; Carne 1962 [sociality: 24]; Meyer-Rochow 1972 [behaviour, behavioural defence, communication, external anatomy, host plant, illustration of immature stages, sociality: 451-454]; Moore 1972 [host plant: 33]; Meyer-Rochow 1974 [histology, physiology, vision: 1565-1589]; Quinlan 1974 [type information: 243]; Smith 1978 [catalogue/checklist, host plant: 144]; Schmidt 2006 [catalogue/checklist, synonymy: 631]; Schmidt et al. 2006 [host plant: 183].

Distribution

Australasian: Australia (Capital Territory [Smith 1978], New South Wales [Smith 1978], Queensland [Smith 1978], Victoria [Benson 1939, Smith 1978]).

Associations

Host – MYRTALES Myrtaceae: Eucalyptus grandis W.Hill [Moore 1972, Schmidt 2006, Schmidt et al. 2006].

Pergagrapta sp. nr gravenhorstii

Citations

Leask 1944e [behaviour, description of immature stages, host plant, rearing: 191-192].

Associations

Host – MYRTALES Myrtaceae: Eucalyptus transcontinentalis Maiden [Leask 1944e], Eucalyptus sideroxylon A.Cunn. ex Woolls [Leask 1944e].