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Zoology Publications from Victoria University of Wellington—Nos. 76 and 77

Family Cerviniidae

Family Cerviniidae

1. Pontostratiotes minor and P. fontana, new species by Dinet (1981), P. pacificus and P. unisetosus, new species by Itô (1982b), and P. sixtorum mindanaoensis Itô, 1982b, all to genus codon in KGG 1 (p. 21).
2.Montagna (1981) redescribes the male of Cervinia magna, discovering previously unknown sexual dimorphism. Brotskaya (1963) made C. magna the type of her new monotypic genus, Pseudocervinia. Montagna believes that this is not justified and proposes that Pseudocervinia sink as a synonym of Cervinia. As a consequence of Montagna's description —
(a)amend the codon for Pseudocervinia in KGG 1 (p. 22) to read — d/d/u/3:3:3:3:/2:2:2:2 — Cervinia magna ♀,
(b)note that C. magna ♂ has the same codon in KGG 100 (p. 23) as C. bradyi.
3. Cervinia unisetosa Montagna, 1981 to codon for C. tenuiseta in KGG 100 (p. 23).
4. Expansicervinia glacieria Montagna, 1981 to the codon for Cervinia tenuicauda in KGG 100 (p. 23).
5. Pontostratiotes robustus Itô, 1982b requires a new codon in KGG 200 (p. 24) — 8/?/6:7:7:8/5:5:6:5/>abd.
6. Tonpostratiotes tenuipedalis Itô, 1982b requires a new codon in KGG 200 (p. 24) — 7/5/6:7:7:7:/5:5:6:3/>abd.
7.Montagna (1981) synonymizes Stratiopontotes with Ameliotes. Itô (1982b) disagrees but synonymizes Ameliotes with Herdmaniopsis.