Stalolidia

Nielson, M. W., 2011, Tribe Teruliini: new genera and new species of Neotropical leafhoppers with a revised key to genera and species, new records and notes on distribution and taxonomy (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Coelidiinae), Zootaxa 2795 (1), pp. 1-45 : 32-33

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.2952.1.1

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/039A020A-0915-467E-FF08-CBE0FA712520

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Felipe

scientific name

Stalolidia
status

 

Key to species of Stalolidia (males)

1. Style with glabrous or lobed apophysis (Figs. 555, 590, 596, Nielson, 1979)....................................... 2

- Style with setaceous apophysis (Figs. 543, 550, Nielson, 1979)................................................ 13

2. Style with glabrous apophysis (Fig. 601, Nielson, 1979)....................................................... 3

- Style with with lobed or multilobed apophysis (Fig. 564, Nielson, 1979).......................................... 5

3. Aedeagus with inflated shaft in lateral and dorsal views (Figs. 603, 604, Nielson, 1979)............................. 4

- Aedeagus with narrow shaft in lateral and dorsal views (Figs. 585, 586, Nielson, 1979)........... ( Peru) S. cingulata (Stål)

4. Aedeagus with shaft broad, rounded apically, setae very long, restricted to apical 1/3 (Figs. 592, 593, Nielson, 1979)................................................................................ ( Bolivia, Peru) S. d issoluta (Jacobi)

- Aedeagus with shaft narrow, digitate in apical 1/4, setae very short along middle of shaft (Figs 603, 604, Nielson, 1979)............................................................................ ( Peru) S. paracingulata (Linnavuori)

5. Style with 2 or more lobes on apophysis.................................................................... 6

- Style with single, medial lobe on apophysis................................................................ 10

6. Style with 2 lobes on apophysis.......................................................................... 7

- Style with multiple lobes and spines on apophysis (Fig. 555, Nielson, 1979).................. ( Peru) S. linnavuori Nielson

7. Style with 2 prominent, medial lobes on apophysis........................................................... 8

- Style with 2 small, subapical lobes on apophysis (Fig. 610, Nielson, 1979)................ ( Bolivia) S. i nterrupta (Osborn)

8. Aedeagus narrow, tubular in lateral and ventral views, setae long from apex to subbasally ( Figs. 32, 33, Nielson, 1992)..... 9

- Aedeagus inflated medially in lateral and ventral views, setae short to long on medial portion of shaft (Figs. 566, 567, Nielson, 1979)..........................................................................( Brazil) S. krameri Nielson

9. Style with 1 long, 1 short medial lobe, apical 2/5 long, narrow ( Figs.111, 112)............. ( Colombia) S. s etacea, sp. nov.

- Style with 2 short medial lobes, apical 1/5 short, narrow ( Fig. 34, Nielson, 1992)................( Brazil) S. curta Nielson

10. Aedeagus with narrow, tubular shaft throughout in lateral and ventral views (Figs. 581, 582, Nielson, 1979)............. 11

- Aedeagus with inflated shaft apically or medially in lateral, ventral or both views.................................. 13

11. Style with apophysis lobed medially; pygofer with narrow caudoventral process................................... 12

- Style with apophysis lobed apically ( Figs. 119, 120); pygofer with very broad cauddoventral process ( Fig. 118).......................................................................................... ( Peru) S. bulbata , sp. nov.

12. Aedeagus with continuous row of setae on lateral margin of shaft ( Fig. 34, Nielson, 1989)........ ( Brazil) S. crista Nielson

- Aedeagus without continuous row of setae, separated into 2 clusters, apically and medially (Figs. 581, 582, Nielson, 1979)......................................................................................( Peru) S. stali Nielson

13. Style with apophysis setaceous......................................................................... 14

- Style with apophysis glabrous........................................................................... 16

14. Style setaceous in distal 2/3 to 1/3....................................................................... 15

- Style setaceous in middle 1/3 (Fig. 550, Nielson, 1979)................................ ( Paraguay) S. germari Nielson

15. Style setaceous in distally 2/3 (Fig. 535, Nielson, 1979); aedeagus with base abruptly curved ventrally (Fig. 539, Nielson, 1979)......................................................................... ( Brazil) S. poecilia (Germar)

- Style setaceous in distal 1/3 ( Figs.126, 127); aedeagus with base not curved, projected distad ( Fig. 128)............................................................................................ ( Colombia) S. flangella , sp. nov.

16. Pygofer in lateral view with single, large caudoventral process................................................. 17

- Pygofer in lateral view with 2 long, narrow caudoventral processes (Fig. 569, Nielson, 1979)............................................................................................ ( Brazil, French Guiana) S. osborni Nielson

17. Pygofer in lateral view with large, recessed, globular caudoventral process....................................... 18

- Pygofer in lateral view with long, broad, exposed caudoventral process.......................................... 19

18. Subgenital plate broadly curved laterally ( Fig. 135); aedeagus in ventral view rectangulate in apical 3/5 globular in lateral view in apical 1/5 ( Figs. 137, 138)................................................. ( Ecuador) S. ecuadorensis , sp. nov.

- Subgenital plate straight ( Fig. 143); aedeagus in ventral and lateral views semiglobular in apical 5/6 ( Figs. 145, 146)................................................................................. ( Colombia) S. semiovata , sp. nov.

19. Aedeagus inflated in lateral and ventral views, shaft lyrate in lateral view ( Figs. 153, 154)...... (Boliivia) S. lyrica , sp. nov.

- Aedeagus not inflated in lateral and ventral views, rectangulate in ventral view in distal half, shaft narrow, tubular in lateral view ( Figs. 161, 162)............................................................... ( Brazil) S. clava, sp. nov.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Cicadellidae