Oxysarcodexia catica Souza & Buenaventura, 2016,

Souza, Carina Mara De, Pape, Thomas & Thyssen, Patricia Jacqueline, 2020, Oxysarcodexia Townsend, 1917 (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) - a centennial conspectus, Zootaxa 4841 (1), pp. 1-126: 37

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4841.1.1

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4405705

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/038287D4-BB35-5D74-97E0-0BFBFDD238E3

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scientific name

Oxysarcodexia catica Souza & Buenaventura, 2016
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Oxysarcodexia catica Souza & Buenaventura, 2016 

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Oxysarcodexia catica Souza & Buenaventura, 2016: 116 View Cited Treatment   ; Colombia, Antioquia, Medellín , Pajarito. Holotype male in CE-TdeA.

Diagnosis. Male. Length 7.3 mm. Postocular plate with golden pollinosity. Ocellar bristles well developed. Thorax with golden pollinosity. Three well-differentiated post-sutural dorsocentral bristles. Apical scutellar bristles present. Legs dark brownish. Abdomen with golden and silvery pollinosity, T5 with golden pollinosity. T1+−3 with 2 pairs of lateral marginal bristles, T4 with 1 pair of median marginal and 3 pairs of lateral marginal bristles. ST5 with deep median cleft with margins almost parallel and with pilosity. Cercus straight in lateral view, with pointed apex. Cerci with distal third narrower than middle part in posterior view; parallel. Pregonite and postgonite both with expanded base, gradually narrowing to apex, which is darker than base. Distiphallus with smooth ventroapical margin, rounded apex, lateral expansions, straight dorsal outline, lateral lobes and a dorsoapical “fold” (hoodshaped juxta). Vesica symmetrical; distal lobes well developed, flattened, square, sclerotized, with micro-spines on both dorsal and ventral surfaces.

Remarks. See under O. ariozanoi  sp. n. and O. augusta  . Female unknown.

Distribution. NEOTROPICAL. Colombia.

Biology. The holotype was collected using a Van Someren-Rydon trap baited with chicken viscera and fish heads, placed in an elevated site (1,800–2,000 m.a.s.l.) of a semi-urban/rural area surrounded by pastures and some shrub remains, as described in Ramírez-Mora et al. (2012).

Type material examined. [ Holotype ♂] COLOMBIA, Antioquia, Medellín, Pajarito , 06º17’10.7″N 75º36’43.7″W, 1.929 m, 16.2 ºC, 14:15h, TVSR [Van Someren Rydon trap], 19-ene-11, M13P1, I. Cadavid, AGoogleMaps  . Varela, C. Rave, Leg [ CE-TdeA]  .

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Sarcophagidae

Genus

Oxysarcodexia

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Oxysarcodexia catica Souza & Buenaventura, 2016

Souza, Carina Mara De, Pape, Thomas & Thyssen, Patricia Jacqueline 2020
2020
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