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Cerion djerimensis H.B. Baker, 1914

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Synonymy

Cerion uva knipensis form djerimensis H. B. Baker, 1924:103, pl. 19, fig. A1.

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Geographic Distribution: Curacao, Dutch West Indies.

Type Locality: Top of the shore cliffs near Plaja Djerimi, Curacao [12° 21.24' N, 69° 9.83' W]

Station C17b.  Top of shore cliffs.  This lot comes from the top of the high shore cliffs (about 10 meters) between Plaja Djerimi and Knip Baai.  It is a considerably more barren substation (fig. vi-14) than the nearby seroe.

Station C17c.  Sides of Plaja Abau.  Plaja Abau ends in a beach of dazzling white, coral sand. On either side, the overhanging shore cliffs (8.2 meters) extend for a short distance inland; the calcareous zone at their summits is very narrow.  The valley mouth itself is choked with mangroves and brush.

 

Type Material: Holotype, UMMZ 31764

Type identified in caption to Plate 19 [Pl. 19, fig. A1].

Additional Records

C3 USNM 1153966, Top of sea cliffs on top side of Plaja Abao, S. of Westpunt, western Curacao, Curacao, Dutch West Indies [12° 21.2' N, 69° 9.81' W]. On cactus, limestone, and among dead leaves. M.G. Harasewych! March 2, 2011

C7 USNM 1155590, Top of shore cliffs along western margin of Plaja Jeremi, Curaçao, Curacao, Dutch West Indies [12° 19.74' N, 69° 9.02' W]. On cactus, thorny bushes, and leaf litter. specimens A-J are DNA sequence vouchers. M. G. Harasewych & M. Nizinski! June 21, 2011

Remarks

This taxon was  first published as a form of Cerion uva knipensis Baker, 1924

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