Atención: Algunas o todas las identificaciones afectadas por esta división puede haber sido reemplazada por identificaciones de Heterocampa umbrata. Esto ocurre cuando no podemos asignar automáticamente una identificación a uno de los taxones de salida. Revisar identificaciones de Heterocampa umbrata 210609

Taxonomic Split 124047 (Guardado el 09/03/2023)

Heterocampa pulverea was raised from synonymy with H. umbrata in Miller et al. 2021. H. umbrata is confirmed in Florida and coastal Georgia, while H. pulverea is the widespread species in Texas to northern Florida and north to Manitoba and Newfoundland. The species in Mexico and Central America was not addressed and will need reidentification.

Miler et al 2021 is MONA Fascicle 22.1B:
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Añadido por treichard en 08 de marzo de 2023 a las 01:50 PM | Resuelto por treichard en 09 de marzo de 2023
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Don't commit this taxon split! The atlases are not yet finalized.

Anotado por treichard hace 3 meses (Advertencia)

@k8thegr8 @paul_dennehy Would you take a look at the Atlases (linked above the map, next to the output taxa, in Green) and see if they would handle all the umbrata records correctly? The ranges are highlighted in green, not the red squares.

When this split is committed, umbrata IDs on a record falling within only the pulverea range will change to pulverea, those falling only within the umbrata range will remain umbrata, and those falling within the range of both or outside the range of both will be bumped up to the umbrata group and will need individual reidentification. I don't know which species is in Arizona, Mexico, and Central America.

Anotado por treichard hace 3 meses (Advertencia)

Neither species occurs in Arizona; that was a misidentified H. averna, which I just corrected. Neither is known from Central America, and the group hasn't been resolved in Mexico, so I bumped those back to genus (I doubt most of them were even this pair). All the observations left should be taken care of by the atlases by the looks of things.

Anotado por paul_dennehy hace 3 meses (Advertencia)

Looks good to me. We pretty much only expect H. umbrata in Florida at the moment. =)

Anotado por k8thegr8 hace 3 meses (Advertencia)

Thanks for reviewing. I consider the atlases final now.

Anotado por treichard hace 3 meses (Advertencia)

Thanks for working on this. =)

Anotado por k8thegr8 hace 3 meses (Advertencia)

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