Craspedochaeta synneura ( Hennig, 1938 )

Lonsdale, Owen & Marshall, Stephen A., 2006, Revision of the New World species of Craspedochaeta (Diptera: Clusiidae), Zootaxa 1291 (1), pp. 1-101 : 48-49

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https://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.1291.1.1

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scientific name

Craspedochaeta synneura ( Hennig, 1938 )
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Craspedochaeta synneura ( Hennig, 1938)  

( Figs. 20 View FIGURES 10–23 , 25 View FIGURES 24–26 , 55, 56 View FIGURES 53–58 , 59, 60 View FIGURES 59–60 , 70 View FIGURES 67–70 , 114 View FIGURES 113–114 , Map 9)

Czernyola synneura Hennig, 1938: 132   .

Redescription ( Fig. 20 View FIGURES 10–23 , 25 View FIGURES 24–26 )

Body length 3.0– 3.3 mm. Bristles yellow (including bristles on basal section of costa). Acrostichal bristle present. Scutum with wide cruciate pattern, sometimes interrupted medially; notopleuron sometimes brown. Scutellum and laterotergites brown. Pleuron yellow with brown vertical stripe in posterodorsal corner of anepisternum. Legs light yellow to white. Head largely yellow; frons sometimes orange posteriorly; face, parafacial, gena and occiput white; face sometimes brown on upper 2/3; ocellar spot brown; parafacial and gena silvery tomentose. Abdomen brown with tergite 1 and central emargination on tergite 2 yellow, and with surstylus and cerci white. Wing clouded from costa to M 1 on distal 1/3 and lightly around crossveins; distance between crossveins not more than length of posterior cross­vein.

Female

Externally as described for male except terminalia yellow.

Male terminalia ( Figs. 55, 56 View FIGURES 53–58 , 59, 60 View FIGURES 59–60 , 114 View FIGURES 113–114 )

As described for C. pleuralis   except as follows: surstylus ¾ height of cerci, pointed and slightly arcuate; distiphallus stout and 2/3 as long.

Female genitalia ( Fig. 70 View FIGURES 67–70 )

Spermatheca tapered apically, very weakly sclerotized with width 0.2 times length.

Spermathecal duct very short and not well differentiated from spermatheca. Ventral receptacle small and spherical. Subterminal flagellum nearly five times length of ventral receptacle.

Distribution: Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Panama, Trinidad (Map 9).

Holotype: BOLIVIA. Mapiri, S. Caros, 800m, 4.i.1903, Schnuse (1♂, SMTD).  

Additional material examined: BOLIVIA. Santa Cruz , 5km SSE Buena Vista, 440m   , 17°29.925’S, 63°39.128’W, 24–31.xii.2003, S.&J. Peck, forest, FIT (1♀, CBFC) GoogleMaps   . BRAZIL. Rondonia: 62km SE Ariquemes , W.J. Hanson   , 7–18.xi.1995 (1♀, EMUS)   , Dist. Fed. Planaltina , 1000m, cerradao, Malaise trap, S.E. Miller   , 24.ix–6.x.1985 (1♀, USNM)   , 6–25.x.1985 (1♀, USNM)   . COSTA RICA. Higuito , San Mateo, P. Schild (1♂, USNM)   , La Suiza, P. Schild, ix.1924 (1♂, USNM)   , x.1923 (1♂, USNM)   , Alajuela: 20km S Upala , F.D. Parker   , 12–13.vi.1991 (1♂, EMUS)   , 1–15.xi.1990 (1♂, EMUS)   , 10–13.ix.1990 (1♂, EMUS)   , 13.xi.1990 (1♀, EMUS)   , 10–21.v.1991 (1♀, EMUS)   , 8.xi.1990 (1♂, EMUS)   , 11.xii.1990 (11♂, EMUS)   , vi.1990 (1♂, EMUS)   , Guanacaste: 3km SE R. Naranjo, F.D. Parker   , 1.xi.1991 (1♂, EMUS)   , 6.ix.1992 (1♀, EMUS)   , 22.x.1992 (1♀, EMUS)   , 21–28.xii.1992 (1♀, EMUS)   , 18–28.iv.1993 (1♂, EMUS)   , 21–31.vii.1992 (2♀♀, EMUS)   , 1–10.viii.1992 (1♀, EMUS)   , 24–31.x.1991 (1♀, EMUS)   , 14km S Canas , F.D. Parker   , 13–22.viii.1990 (1♂, EMUS)   , 24–31.viii.1990 (1♀, EMUS)   , Puntarenas: Pen Osa, Puerto Jimenez , 10m, P. Hanson   , i.1991 (1♀, INBC)   , xi.1991 (1♀, DEBU)   , v.1991 (1♂, EMUS)   , San José: Escazu, F.D. Parker   , 25–29.vii.1988 (1♂, EMUS)   . EL SALVADOR. San Salvador, 10.vi.1958, O.L. Cartwright (1♂, USNM)   . PANAMA. Barro Colarado Isl. , E.C. Broadhead   , vii.1979 (1♂, BMNH)   . TRINIDAD. Simla Res. Sta   ., 2–15.vi.1981, Hanson & Clemens (1♀, EMUS)   .

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

INBC

Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad (INBio)

DEBU

Ontario Insect Collection, University of Guelph

Kingdom

Animalia

Genus

Craspedochaeta

Loc

Craspedochaeta synneura ( Hennig, 1938 )

Lonsdale, Owen & Marshall, Stephen A. 2006
2006
Loc

Czernyola synneura

Hennig, W. 1938: 132
1938