Filipinolotis latefasciata Miyatake, 1994

Lv, Yanqing, Zhang, Xiaoning, Ślipinski, Adam, He, Yurong & Wang, Xingmin, 2018, Contribution to the genus Filipinolotis Miyatake, 1994 (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae, Sticholotidini), ZooKeys 793, pp. 135-142: 138-139

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.793.24790

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:FDD1CD38-187F-438E-B549-8125C2DF4C63

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/013E26FE-83C7-5DF1-A48F-5C8F5518E846

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scientific name

Filipinolotis latefasciata Miyatake, 1994
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Filipinolotis latefasciata Miyatake, 1994  Figure 1

Filipinolotis latefasciata  Miyatake, 1994: 255

Diagnosis.

This species can be recognized by the following combination of characters: pronotum reddish yellow, elytra blackish shiny with a broad transverse reddish yellow band in the middle (Figure 1 a–c); penis guide of tegmen in ventral view broad and flat, with a rounded apex, parameres narrow and almost straight with dense setae at apices (Figure 1 q–r); penis uniformly tubular, curved, gradually narrowing to apex (Figure 1 o–r).

Description.

TL: 1.92-2.3 mm, TW: 1.86 mm, TH: 1.35-1.38 mm, TL/TW: 1.03-1.24; PL/PW: 0.38-0.42; EL/EW: 0.89-1.08; HW/TW: 0.39; PW/TW:0.67-0.74.

Head reddish yellow (Figure 1c, d). Pronotum reddish yellow (Figure 1 a–c). Scutellum blackish shiny (Figure 1a, c). Elytra blackish and shiny, with a broad transverse reddish yellow band at middle, covering almost half of elytra (Figure 1 a–c). Underside blackish brown, except claws yellowish.

Body rounded, dorsum strongly convex and glabrous (Figure 1 a–c). Head large, with sparse short golden pubescence (Figure 1d). Pronotum glabrous with uniformly minute and dense punctures (Figure 1 a–c). Elytra convex, entire surface uniformly punctate (Figure 1 a–c). Elytral epipleuron with sparse golden pubescence. Prosternum with sparse golden pubescence and inconspicuous punctures (Figure 1l). Mesoventrite and metaventrite with sparse golden pubescence and inconspicuous punctures, mesoventrite with narrow intercoxal process, chin piece formed on the anterior margin of mesoventrite; metaventrite short, as wide as mesoventrite (Figure 1m). Legs with dense golden pubescence (Figure 1j, k). Abdomen with sparse golden hairs and uniform punctures (Figure 1n, s).

Male genitalia (Figure 1 o–r). Tegmen stout and symmetrical, penis guide in lateral view wide at base and gradually narrowing to pointed apex, the basal 2/3 with membranous prominence; in ventral view broad and flat, rounded apically; parameres narrow and almost straight with dense setae at apices (Figure 1 q–r), phallobase membra nous. Penis simple tubular, curved, gradually narrowing along apical third to pointed apex, penis capsule membranous, without inner arm (Figure 1 o–p).

Material examined.

Philippines: 1 male, Mt. Polis, Lepanto, Luzon Prov., Böttcherleg ( MNB); 1 female, Mt. Data, Mountain, Luzon Prov., 7500 ft, 23.iv.1946; 1 male Philippines, Luzon ( ANIC).

Distribution.

Philippines (Luzon).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Coccinellidae

Genus

Filipinolotis

Loc

Filipinolotis latefasciata Miyatake, 1994

Lv, Yanqing, Zhang, Xiaoning, Ślipinski, Adam, He, Yurong & Wang, Xingmin 2018

2018
Loc

Filipinolotis latefasciata

Miyatake 1994

1994