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A global phylogeny of leafmining Ectoedemia moths (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae): exploring host plant family shifts and allopatry as drivers of speciation Naturalis
Doorenweerd, C.; Nieukerken, E.J. van; Menken, S.B.J..
Background: Host association patterns in Ectoedemia (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae) are also encountered in other insect groups with intimate plant relationships, including a high degree of monophagy, a preference for ecologically dominant plant families (e.g. Fagaceae, Rosaceae, Salicaceae, and Betulaceae) and a tendency for related insect species to feed on related host plant species. The evolutionary processes underlying these patterns are only partly understood, we therefore assessed the role of allopatry and host plant family shifts in speciation within Ectoedemia. Methodology: Six nuclear and mitochondrial DNA markers with a total aligned length of 3692 base pairs were used to infer phylogenetic relationships among 92 species belonging to the subgenus...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Ectoedemia; Moths; Nepticulidae; Plant relationships; Host shift; Leafminers.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/648511
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A Linnaeus NGTM interactive key to the Lithocolletinae of North-West Europe aimed at accelerating the accumulation of reliable biodiversity data (Lepidoptera, Gracillariidae) Naturalis
Doorenweerd, C.; Haren, M.M. van; Schermer, M.; Pieterse, S.; Nieukerken, E.J. van.
We present an interactive key that is available online through any web browser without the need to install any additional software, making it an easily accessible tool for the larger public. The key can be found at http://identify.naturalis.nl/lithocolletinae. The key includes all 86 North-West European Lithocolletinae, a subfamily of smaller moths (“micro-moths”) that is commonly not treated in field guides. The user can input data on several external morphological character systems in addition to distribution, host plant and even characteristics of the larval feeding traces to reach an identification. We expect that this will enable more people to contribute with reliable observation data on this group of moths and alleviate the work-load of taxonomic...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Cameraria; Phyllonorycter; Macrosaccus; Triberta; Identification; Monitoring; Conservation; Biodiversity; Leafminers.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/648110
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A preliminary molecular phylogeny of shield-bearer moths (Lepidoptera: Adeloidea: Heliozelidae) highlights rich undescribed diversity Naturalis
Milla, L.; Nieukerken, E.J. van; Vijverberg, R.; Doorenweerd, C.; Wilcox, S.A.; Halsey, M.; Young, D.A.; Jones, T.M.; Kallies, A.; Hilton, D.J..
Heliozelidae are a widespread, evolutionarily early diverging family of small, day-flying monotrysian moths, for which a comprehensive phylogeny is lacking. We generated the first molecular phylogeny of the family using DNA sequences of two mitochondrial genes (COI and COII) and two nuclear genes (H3 and 28S) from 130 Heliozelidae specimens, including eight of the twelve known genera: Antispila, Antispilina, Coptodisca, Heliozela, Holocacista, Hoplophanes, Pseliastis, and Tyriozela. Our results provide strong support for five major Heliozelidae clades: (i) a large widespread clade containing the leaf-mining genera Antispilina, Coptodisca and Holocacista and some species of Antispila, (ii) a clade containing most of the described Antispila, (iii) a clade...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Lepidoptera; Multilocus phylogeny; Taxonomy; Family-level phylogeny; Australia.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/648837
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A revised checklist of Nepticulidae fossils (Lepidoptera) indicates an Early Cretaceous origin Naturalis
Doorenweerd, C.; Nieukerken, E.J. van; Sohn, J.-C.; Labandeira, C.C..
With phylogenetic knowledge of Lepidoptera rapidly increasing, catalysed by increasingly powerful molecular techniques, the demand for fossil calibration points to estimate an evolutionary timeframe for the order is becoming an increasingly pressing issue. The family Nepticulidae is a species rich, basal branch within the phylogeny of the Lepidoptera, characterized by larval leaf-mining habits, and thereby represents a potentially important lineage whose evolutionary history can be established more thoroughly with the potential use of fossil calibration points. Using our experience with extant global Nepticulidae, we discuss a list of characters that may be used to assign fossil leaf mines to Nepticulidae, and suggest useful methods for classifying...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Baltic amber; Calibration points; Dakota formation; Evolutionary history; Extinction; Fossil record; Larvae; Leaf mining; Plant hosts; Stigmella; Stigmellites.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/648751
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Antispila oinophylla new species (Lepidoptera, Heliozelidae), a new North American grapevine leafminer invading Italian vineyards: taxonomy, DNA barcodes and life cycle Naturalis
Nieukerken, E. van; Wagner, D.; Baldessari, M.; Mazzon, L.; Angeli, G.; Girolami, V.; Duso, C.; Doorenweerd, C..
A grapevine leafminer Antispila oinophylla van Nieukerken & Wagner, sp. n., is described both from eastern North America (type locality: Georgia) and as a new important invader in North Italian vineyards (Trentino and Veneto Region) since 2006. The species is closely related to, and previously confused with A. ampelopsifoliella Chambers, 1874, a species feeding on Virginia creeper Parthenocissus quinquefolia (L.) Planchon., and both are placed in an informal A. ampelopsifoliella group. Wing pattern, genitalia, and DNA barcode data all confirm the conspecificity of native North American populations and Italian populations. COI barcodes differ by only 0–1.23%, indicating that the Italian populations are recently established from eastern North America....
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Invasive species; New species; Vitaceae; Viticulture; COI; Leafmines; Venation; Genitalia; Holocacista rivillei; 42.75.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/411010
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Bucculatrix ainsliella Murtfeldt, a new North American invader already widespread on northern red oaks (Quercus rubra) in Western Europe (Bucculatricidae) Naturalis
Nieukerken, E.J. van; Doorenweerd, C.; Ellis, W.N.; Huisman, K.J.; Koster, J.C.; Mey, W.; Muus, T.S.T.; Schreurs, A..
Bucculatrix ainsliella Murtfeldt, 1905 is for the first time reported from Europe: the Netherlands, Belgium, and adjacent Germany. DNA barcodes confirm its identity. It is the first North American lepidopteranspecies feeding on northern red oak Quercus rubra ever found in Europe, and only the second North American oak-feeding insect found in Europe. The species has regularly been found in the Netherlands and northern Belgium since 2006, and in 2011 also in Nordrhein-Westfalen in Germany, adjacent to the Dutch border, but the earliest records are from the Netherlands, Amersfoort in 1989 and 1990. Early stages, leafmines, and the adult are described, illustrated, and diagnosed against oak-feeding Bucculatrix ulmella Zeller, 1848 and other similar species....
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Bucculatrix ainsliella; Invasive species; Northern red oaks; Quercus rubra; Bucculatricidae; The Netherlands; Belgium; Germany; 42.75; 42.56.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/433335
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DNA barcoding of the leaf-mining moth subgenus Ectoedemia s. str. (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae) with COI and EF1-α: two are better than one in recognising cryptic species Naturalis
Nieukerken, E.J.; Doorenweerd, C.; Stokvis, F.R.; Groenenberg, D.S.J..
We sequenced 665bp of the Cytochrome C Oxidase I (COI) barcoding marker for 257 specimens and 482bp of Elongation Factor 1-α (EF1-α) for 237 specimens belonging to the leafmining subgenus Ectoedemia (Ectoedemia) in the basal Lepidopteran family Nepticulidae. The dataset includes 45 out of 48 West Palearctic Ectoedemia s. str. species and several species from Africa, North America and Asia. Both COI and EF1-α proved reliable as an alternative to conventional species identification for the majority of species and the combination of both markers can aid in species validation. A clear barcode gap is not present, and in some species large K2P intraspecific pairwise differences are found, up to 6.85% in COI and 2.9% in EF1-α. In the Ectoedemia rubivora species...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Pairwise difference; Palearctic; 42.75; 42.64.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/443278
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DNA barcoding resolves species complexes in Stigmella salicis and S. aurella species groups and shows additional cryptic speciation in S. salicis (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae) Naturalis
Nieukerken, E.J. van; Mutanen, M.; Doorenweerd, C..
We sequenced the mitochondrial barcoding marker COI and nuclear marker EF1-alpha for most Nordic and other European species of the Stigmella salicis and S. aurella species groups. In the S. salicis group both markers confirm the synonymy of S. lappovimella with S. zelleriella. Specimens previously identified as Stigmella salicis and S. vimineticola are shown to form a complex of several cryptic species for which the taxonomy needs to be worked out. The species previously recorded as S. vimineticola from Norway represents probably an unnamed species. In the S. aurella group, the oligophagous Rosaceae feeders S. aurella and S. poterii are confirmed to be each a single oligophagous species. The synonymy between Stigmella ulmariae from Filipendula ulmaria and...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: DNA barcoding; Phylogeny; Lepidoptera; 42.75.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/417740
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Explosieve verspreiding van de lindevouwmot: nu ook in Nederland? Naturalis
Doorenweerd, C.; As, B. van; Scheffers, J..
Een recente vondst van de lindevouwmot (Phyllonorycter issikii) in Zuid-Holland duidt op een sterke uitbreiding van de soort in Nederland, die voorheen alleen uit de omgeving van Roermond bekend was. Dit sluit aan op de Europese verspreidingsgeschiedenis van Ph. issikii, met een gestage uitbreiding vanuit het oosten richting het westen sinds de jaren 1980. De herkenning van de soort, met name van de rupsen en de bladmijnen die zij maken op lindes, wordt besproken en tegelijk wordt er opgeroepen om vondsten te melden. De vraat aan lindes (Tilia) blijft in de meeste gevallen beperkt en zorgt niet voor verkleuring van het blad.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Faunistiek; Gracillariidae; Lepidoptera; Phyllonorycter issikii; Tilia; 42.75; 42.64.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/477906
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Morphological difference between upperside and underside leaf-mining larvae of Phyllocnistis Unipunctella (Stephens, 1834) (Lep. Gracillariidae) and its changing phenology Naturalis
Jordan, M.P.; Langmaid, J.R.; Doorenweerd, C..
Larvae of Phyllocnistis unipunctella (Stephens) mining the upperside and underside of leaves of Populus spp. were compared in terms of gross morphology and the COI DNA barcoding section of mitochondrial DNA. It was discovered that larvae feeding on the underside did not show the dark pigmentation of the prothoracic plate as described in the literature. Larvae were found feeding two months earlier than normal and at least one extra generation was observed. More work isrequired to determine the possibility ofspeciation.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Lepidoptera; Prothoracic plate; DNA barcoding; Phenology.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/610600
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New taxa, including three new genera show uniqueness of Neotropical Nepticulidae (Lepidoptera) Naturalis
Nieukerken, E.J. van; Doorenweerd, C.; Nishida, K.; Snyers, C..
After finding distinct clades in a molecular phylogeny for Nepticulidae that could not be placed in any known genera and discovering clear apomorphic characters that define these clades, as well as a number of Neotropical species that could be placed in known genera but were undescribed, three new genera and nine new species are here described from the Neotropics: Stigmella gallicola van Nieukerken & Nishida, sp. n. reared from galls on Hampea appendiculata (Malvaceae) in Costa Rica, representing the first example of a gall making Stigmella; S. schinivora van Nieukerken, sp. n. reared from leafmines on Schinus terebinthifolia (Anacardiaceae) in Argentina, Misiones; S. costaricensis van Nieukerken & Nishida, sp. n. and S. intronia van Nieukerken...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: New species; New genus; Taxonomy; Leafmines; Gall; Molecular phylogeny.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/648815
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Phalonidia manniana, een complex van twee soorten: Ph. manniana en Ph. udana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) Naturalis
Groenen, F.; Huisman, K.J.; Doorenweerd, C..
Tijdens het project om van alle Noord-Europese vlinders de DNA-barcode te bepalen, zijn bij Phalonidia manniana, in voornamelijk Scandinavisch materiaal, twee clusters gevonden. Bij verder morfologisch onderzoek zijn constante verschillen gevonden in het uiterlijk en de mannelijke en vrouwelijke genitaliën, die het DNA-onderzoek ondersteunen. Uit kweekresultaten werden vervolgens aanvullende gegevens bekend over een verschillende levenswijze van de twee clusters. Mutanen en collega’s concluderen dat het hier gaat om twee soorten: Ph. manniana en Ph. udana. Beide soorten blijken in Nederland voor te komen. Op basis van onderzoek in enkele collecties hebben we de Nederlandse verspreiding in beeld gebracht. Verder vermelden we enkele interessante buitenlandse...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: DNA-barcodering; Faunistiek; Nieuw voor Nederland; 42.75; 42.64.
Ano: 2013 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/470570
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Phylogeny, classification and divergence times of pygmy leaf-mining moths (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae):the earliest lepidopteran radiation on Angiosperms? Naturalis
Doorenweerd, C.; Nieukerken, E.J. van; Hoare, R.J.B..
Nepticulidae represent one of the early diverging Lepidoptera lineages, and the family currently comprises over 850 described species. The larvae of the vast majority of the species are leaf miners on Angiosperms and highly monophagous, which has led to persistent ideas on coevolution with their plant hosts. We present here a molecular phylogeny based on eight gene fragments from 355 species, representing 20 out of 22 extant Nepticulidae genera. Using two fossil calibration points, we performed molecular dating to place the origin of the family in the Early Cretaceous, before the main Angiosperm diversification. Based on our results we propose a new classification, abandoning all ranks between family and genus, aswell as subgenera to allowfor a stable...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Leaf miners; Angiosperms; Classification.
Ano: 2017 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/648813
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Revised classification and catalogue of global Nepticulidae and Opostegidae (Lepidoptera, Nepticuloidea) Naturalis
Nieukerken, E.J. van; Doorenweerd, C.; Hoare, R.J.B.; Davis, D.R..
A catalogue of all named Nepticulidae and Opostegidae is presented, including fossil species. The catalogue is simultaneously published online in the scratchpad http://nepticuloidea.info/ and in Catalogue of Life (http://www.catalogueoflife.org/col/details/database/id/172). We provide a historical overview of taxonomic research on Nepticuloidea and a brief ‘state of the art’. A DNA barcode dataset with 3205 barcodes is made public at the same time, providing DNA barcodes of ca. 779 species, of which 2563 are identified as belonging to 444 validly published species. We recognise 862 extant and 18 fossil species of Nepticulidae in 22 extant genera and the fossil form genus Stigmellites. We count 192 valid Opostegidae species in 7 genera, without fossils. We...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Taxonomy; Leaf miners; Checklist; History; New synonyms; New combinations.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/648831
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Species-level para- and polyphyly in DNA barcode gene trees: strong operational bias in European Lepidoptera Naturalis
Mutanen, M.; Kivelä, S.M.; Vos, R.A.; Doorenweerd, C.; Ratnasingham, S.; Hausmann, A.; Huemer, P.; Dinca, V.; Nieukerken, E.J. van; Lopez-Vaamonde, C.; Vila, R.; Aarvik, L.; Decaëns, T.; Efetov, K.A.; Hebert, P.D.N.; Johnsen, A.; Karsholt, O.; Pentinsaari, M.; Rougerie, R.; Segerer, A.; Tarmann, G.; Zahiri, R.; Godfray, H.C.J..
The proliferation of DNA data is revolutionizing all fields of systematic research. DNA barcode sequences, now available for millions of specimens and several hundred thousand species, are increasingly used in algorithmic species delimitations. This is complicated by occasional incongruences between species and gene genealogies, as indicated by situations where conspecific individuals do not form a monophyletic cluster in a gene tree. In two previous reviews, non-monophyly has been reported as being common in mitochondrial DNA gene trees. We developed a novel web service “Monophylizer” to detect non-monophyly in phylogenetic trees and used it to ascertain the incidence of species non-monophyly in COI (a.k.a. cox1) barcode sequence data from 4977 species...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: DNA barcoding; Gene tree; Lepidoptera; Mitochondrial COI; Mitochondrial cox1; Paraphyly; Polyphyly; Species delimitation; Species monophyly.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/648758
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Two European Cornus L. feeding leafmining moths, Antispila petryi Martini, 1899, sp. rev. and A. treitschkiella (Fischer von Röslerstamm, 1843) (Lepidoptera, Heliozelidae): an unjustified synonymy and overlooked range expansion Naturalis
Nieukerken, E.J. van; Lees, D.C.; Doorenweerd, C.; Koster, J.C.; Bryner, Arnold , R.; Schreurs, A.; Timmermans, M.J.T.N.; Sattler, K..
Antispila treitschkiella (Fischer von Röslerstamm, 1843) and A. petryi Martini, 1899, sp. rev. were regarded as synonymous since 1978, but are shown to be two clearly separated species with different hostplants, life histories, DNA barcodes and morphology. Antispila treitschkiella feeds on Cornus mas L., is bivoltine, and has, by following its ornamentally planted host, greatly expanded its range in north-western Europe. In contrast A. petryi feeds on the widespread native C. sanguinea L., is univoltine, and is one of only two Antispila species previously resident in the British Isles, the Netherlands and northern Europe. Consequently, the increase in abundance of A. treitschkiella in the Netherlands since the early 1990s and in Great Britain in recent...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Leaf miners; Moths; Antispila; New species.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/648841
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