Cloeodes incus (Waltz & McCafferty) Waltz & McCafferty, 2008

Nieto, Carolina & Richard, Barton, 2008, The genus Cloeodes (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae) in Argentina with new generic synonymy and new species, Zootaxa 1727, pp. 1-21 : 11

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.181238

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6233771

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/036D87E7-D53F-FFCD-FF6C-B2FCFB39FB25

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Cloeodes incus (Waltz & McCafferty)
status

n. comb.

Cloeodes incus (Waltz & McCafferty)   n. comb.

( Figs. 31–42 View FIGURES 31 – 42 )

Bernerius incus Waltz & McCafferty, 1987 a: 181   . Baetis   (?) sp. B. Berner, 1980: 190.

Diagnosis. Cloeodes incus   n. comb., known from nymphs, can be distinguished from the other species of the genus by the following combination of characters: 1) labrum ( Fig. 31 View FIGURES 31 – 42 ) with one subapical seta centrally and two setae near lateral margin, anterior margin with basally bifid setae near midline and apically bifid setae near lateral margin; 2) mandibles without setae between prostheca and mola; 3) left mandible with thumb of molar area in the same plane as anterior margin ( Fig. 32 View FIGURES 31 – 42 ); 4) right mandible with incisors cleft in two sets ( Fig. 33 View FIGURES 31 – 42 ); 5) lingua with a rounded projection ( Fig. 34 View FIGURES 31 – 42 ); 6) maxillary palpi long, 1.5 times the length of galealacinia, two segmented, segment II with a constriction ( Fig. 35 View FIGURES 31 – 42 ); 7) labium with segment III of palpi rounded ( Fig. 36 View FIGURES 31 – 42 ); 8) hind wing pads present; 9) dorsal edge of femora ( Fig. 37 View FIGURES 31 – 42 ) with a row of pointed spines and apically rounded (as in Fig. 63 View FIGURES 55 – 67 ), femora, tibiae and tarsi with bipectinate spines; 10) tarsal claws with minute denticles basally ( Fig. 38 View FIGURES 31 – 42 ); 11) posterior margins of abdominal terga with spines ( Fig. 39 View FIGURES 31 – 42 ), sterna with long fine setae randomly distributed throughout; 12) gills pointed apically ( Fig. 40 View FIGURES 31 – 42 ); 13) posterior margin of paraprocts with spines apically ( Fig. 41 View FIGURES 31 – 42 ); 14) caudal filaments with simple setae, and with whorl of spines on each segment ( Fig. 42 View FIGURES 31 – 42 ).

Material examined. Paratypes: 2 nymphs: BOLIVIA, trib. Río Umalo o Grande, below Calamarca on La Paz, Oruro Rd, 18 / VII/ 1977, S. S. Roback & L. Berner colls. Material housed in FAMU.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Ephemeroptera

Family

Baetidae

Genus

Cloeodes

Loc

Cloeodes incus (Waltz & McCafferty)

Nieto, Carolina & Richard, Barton 2008
2008
Loc

Bernerius incus

Waltz 1987: 181
Berner 1980: 190
1987