Oreithyia, a Replacement Name for Orithyia Smith, 2011, nec Orithyia Fabricius, 1798

@inproceedings{Smith2011OreithyiaAR,
  title={Oreithyia, a Replacement Name for Orithyia Smith, 2011, nec Orithyia Fabricius, 1798},
  author={Krister T. Smith},
  year={2011}
}
Etymology. The replacement name has the same origin, but here I use the spelling which hews more closely to the Greek: Ὠρeίθυια. For Orithyia the usual primary stress in English is on the “y” (although this departs from both the Greek and the Latin, through which this spelling comes). For Oreithyia, primary stress on the diphthong “ei” (pronounced ī) would be proper, but by retaining stress on the “y” the phonetic similarity to Corytophanes remains. 
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