Guyalna woldai, Sanborn, 2018
Sanborn, Allen F., 2018, The cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of Panama including the description of six new species, three new combinations, one new synonymy, and nine new records, Zootaxa 4493 (1), pp. 1-69 : 28-32
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Guyalna woldai n. sp.
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Dorisiana sp. B Wolda & Ramos 1992: 272 –273, Fig. 17.1, Table 17.1.
Type material. Holotype. “ PANAMA : Darién Prov. / P.N . Darién Rancho / Frio Station , 90m / 8.0198°N, 77.7322°W / VI–1–9–2015, E. Riley, UV // TAMU—ENTO / X1229169” male ( TAMU). Paratypes GoogleMaps . “ PANAMA : Darién Prov. / P.N . Darién Rancho / Frio Station , 90m / 8.0198°N, 77.7322°W / VI–1–9–2015, E. Riley, UV // TAMU—ENTO / X1230490” one female ( TAMU); “ PANAMA GoogleMaps : Darién Prov. / P.N . Darién Rancho / Frio Station , 90m / 8.0198°N, 77.7322°W / VI–1–9–2015, E. Riley, UV // TAMU—ENTO / X1229392” one female ( TAMU); “ PANAMA GoogleMaps : Darién Prov. / P.N . Darién Rancho / Frio Station , 90m / 8.0198°N, 77.7322°W / VI–1–9–2015, E. Riley, UV // TAMU—ENTO / X1229374” one female ( AFSC); “ PANAMA GoogleMaps : Darién Prov. / P.N . Darién Rancho / Frio Station , 90m / 8.0198°N, 77.7322°W / VI–1–9–2015, E. Riley, UV // TAMU—ENTO / X1230108” one female ( TAMU); “ PANAMA GoogleMaps : Darién Prov. / P.N . Darién Rancho / Frio Station , 90m / 8.0198°N, 77.7322°W / VI–1–9– 2015, E. Riley, UV // TAMU—ENTO / X1229755” one male ( AFSC); “ Canal Zone / Pan GoogleMaps . IX–12–1958 // Barro Colorado Isl. / Gatun Lake // Charles F. Harbison / Collector // SDNHM / COLLECTION / DATABASE / SDNHM094780 View Materials ” female ( SDMC); “ Canal Zone / Pan . IX–12–1958 // Barro Colorado Isl. / Gatun Lake // Charles F. Harbison / Collector ” one female ( AFSC); “ PANAMA Gamboa / 22 August 1986 / C. Riley Nelson / malaise
trap” one female (AFSC); “ PANAMA: C.Z. / Cardenas Village / May 17–18, 1989 / E. Riley & LaDoux // Diceroprocta spp. / Det. L. Burgess ” one female ( UMRM) ; “ Curiche , Choco / Col., Sept.–Oct. 67 ” one female ( FSCA) .
OTHER MATERIAL. The STRI website (http://biogeodb.stri.si.edu/bioinformatics/dfm/metas/ search?stxt= Dorisiana +sp.+poss.+new& type =All) has a female illustrated that was collected on Barro Colorado Island, 9.1667°N 79.8333°W, Panama Province ( STRI INS 000449) that matches the females in the type series. Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, 9.1667 -79.8333, 12–May–75, Henk Wolda, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 439 ( STRI); Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, 9.1667 -79.8333, 27–May–81, Henk Wolda, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 440 ( STRI); Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, 9.1667 -79.8333, 9–Aug–73, Henk Wolda, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 441 ( STRI); Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, 9.1667 -79.8333, 9–Nov–78, Henk Wolda, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 442 ( STRI); Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, 9.1667 -79.8333, 9–May–85, Henk Wolda, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 443 ( STRI); Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, 9.1667 -79.8333, 23–Aug– 73, Henk Wolda, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 444 ( STRI); Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, 9.1667 -79.8333, 22– July–79, Henk Wolda, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 445 ( STRI); Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, 9.1667 -79.8333, 6–May–78, Henk Wolda, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 446 ( STRI); Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, 9.1667 - 79.8333, 29–Aug–73, Henk Wolda, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 447 ( STRI); Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, 9.1667 -79.8333, 23–Jul–92, Henk Wolda, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 448 ( STRI); Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, 9.1667 -79.8333, 23–Apr–92, Henk Wolda, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 449 ( STRI); Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, 9.1667 -79.8333, 14–Apr–77, Henk Wolda, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 450 ( STRI); Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, Lab Clearing, 9.1634 -79.8382, 12 Jun 1972 to 17 June 1972, R.H. Pine, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 451 ( STRI); Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, 9.1667 -79.8333, 19–Oct–78, Henk Wolda, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 452 ( STRI); Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, 9.1667 -79.8333, 26–May–92, Henk Wolda, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 453 ( STRI); Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, 9.1667 -79.8333, 23–Aug–77, Henk Wolda, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 454 ( STRI); Panama, Panama Prov., Canal Zone, BCI, 9.1667 -79.8333, 8–May–92, Henk Wolda, STRI _ ENT _ 0 0 0 0 455 ( STRI).
Remarks. This new species is considered to be the undetermined new species of Dorisiana discussed by Wolda (1989) & Wolda & Ramos (1992). The type series was collected at one of the localities mentioned in these works and is the only unidentifiable species of a Dorisiana -like species that I found in collections. In addition, the image described in the previous paragraph that matches the females in the type series is evidence to support the synonymy of the new species identified in Wolda (1989) & Wolda & Ramos (1992) with this new species. The genus Guyalna did not exist when the species was discussed by Wolda (1989) or Wolda & Ramos (1992). Dorisiana is structurally similar to Guyalna and many species have been classified in either genera at one time or another ( Sanborn 2016a). The lobate timbal covers classify this new species in the genus Guyalna rather than Dorisiana ( Sanborn 2016a) . The species is a rainy season cicada with emergences between late April to early November ( Wolda 1989). The species sang during the day in Panama ( Wolda 1993).
Etymology. The name is in honor of Henk Wolda who referenced the new species and provided ecological data on multiple Panamanian cicada species.
Description. Ground color of head and thorax castaneous marked with piceous, abdomen piceous marked with castaneous. The Cardenas specimen has the piceous very reduced or absent from many body regions.
Head. Head wider than mesonotum, castaneous with transverse piceous fascia through ocelli and frons expanding anteriorly and posteriorly along margin of eye continuing to piceous posterior of eye and ventral head, piceous mark on anteromedial supra-antennal plate. Head covered with short silvery pile dorsally, longer and denser posterior to eye. Ocelli rosaceous, ochraceous in some paratypes, eyes ochraceous, castaneous in some paratypes. Ventral head piceous except castaneous mark on gena next to anterolateral angle of lorum and anteromedial margin of lorum, mark on gena expanded to transverse fascia in one paratype. Postclypeus centrally sulcate, piceous except castaneous ten transverse ridges, dorsal surface, spot near apex and mark on ventroposterior margin that splits around posterior central sulcus, ochraceous in some paratypes. Anteclypeus piceous with castaneous spots on anterior, middle and posterior of carina. Long white pile on lorum, gena, lateral postclypeus and anteclypeus, some golden pile laterally in some paratypes, white pubescence in central sulcus, lateral postclypeus and medial gena. Mentum tawny, labium castaneous becoming piceous distally. Rostrum reaching to abdominal sternite II. Antennal segments piceous.
Thorax. Dorsal thorax castaneous marked with piceous. Prothorax with transverse piceous fascia on anterior margin, piceous within paramedfian fissure, and a pair of medially fused triangular piceous marks on either side of midline anterior to ambient fissure, mark in paramedian fissure continuous to triangular marks in some paratypes, silvery pile anteriorly between fissures, black pile on disc. Pronotal collar ochraceous with piceous posterior and lateral margins, piceous pile on dorsal pronotal collar, more dense laterally, silvery pile across lateral angle, and dense piceous pile on lateral part of pronotal collar. Mesothorax castaneous with piceous submedian sigillae, anterior lateral sigillae, anterior wing groove, posterior lateral to cruciform elevation, scutal depressions, and shield-shaped piceous mark on dorsal midline between submedian sigillae and scutal depressions, dark castaneous across lateral sigillae posterior ro piceous mark, posterior margin of wing groove ochraceous. Dense silvery pile on anterolateral and lateral mesonotum, in medial wing groove and on posterolateral cruciform elevation, dense piceous pile between lateral silvery pile in anterior and posterior wing groove, between anterior arms of cruciform elevation, anterolateral cruciform elevation and along posterior margin of cruciform elevation, silvery pile anterior to piceous pile between anterior arms of cruciform elevation in some paratypes. Metanotum piceous with dense piceous pile. Ventral thoracic segments piceous except ochraceous middle of anepisternum 2, and castaneous anterolateral anepimeron 2 and anterior katepimeron 2. Thoracic sternites covered with white pubescence and white pile.
Wings. Fore wing and wings hyaline, slight milky appearance when viewed at an angle. Venation castaneousochraceous at base becoming piceous distally, costal margin piceous anteriorly, piceous beyond node. Basal cell piceous anteriorly with ochraceous spot at base, piceous reduced or replaced with ochraceous in some paratypes, pterostigma extending to about radial crossvein, proximal third and posterior of clavus infuscated, basal membrane of fore wing grayish piceous. Hind wing infuscated proximally, venation proximally castaneous-opchraceous becoming piceous distally except ochraceous cubitus anterior. Anal cell 3 and anal cell 2 along anal veins 2 and 3, anal cell 1 along anal vein 2, proximal half of cubital cell 2 along cubitus posterior vein, and basal cubital, radial and medial cells grayish-piceous.
Legs. Legs castaneous, piceous along medial and lateral coxae, proximal, distal and ventral trochanters, ventral femora, tarsi and pretarsal claws, distal tibiae piceous in some paratypes. Fore femora with dark ochraceous stripes, proximal spine small, angled, secondary spine slightly angled and slightly larger than primary spine, tertiary spine very small, upright, all spines piceous. Tibial spurs castaneous with piceous tips, tibial combs piceous. Legs with long piceous pile, coxae and femora with white pubescence.
Operculum. Male operculum piceous with short golden pile covered with white pubescence, slightly expanded at lateral base, lateral margin straight, angled to auditory capsule, rounded posterolateral margin, posterior margin straight to rounded medial margin, not meeting medially, barely covering tympanum reaching to anterior of sternite II, domed laterally. Meracathus pointed, piceous with ochraceous lateral margin not reaching posterior opercular margin. Female operculum similarly shaped and colored, reaching to posterior of sternite II.
Abdomen. Abdomen tergites piceous, castaneous posterior margins on tergites 2–8 castaneous expanding anteriorly onto dorsolateral tergite 2, lateral tergite 3, and dorsolateral tergites 5–7, tergites covered with piceous pile, silvery pile on dorsolateral tergite 2, lateral tergites 3 and 4, these regions connected in some female paratypes forming large silvery dorsolateral spot, posterior dorsolateral tergite 4, dorsoposterior tergites 5–6, posterolateral tergite 7, and dorsoposterior of tergite 8. Timbal cover piceous, incomplete exposing timbal dorsally, lateroanterior margin rounded, medial margin with a notch forming an approximate right angle. Timbal white with piceous markings visible through opening in timbal cover. Male sternite I, anterior of II, sternite VII and posterior sternite VIII piceous, sternite VIII with V-shaped notch posteriorly, remaining sternites castaneous, sternites III–VI translucent, long black pile radiating from sternites, epipleurites piceous, sternites covered with white pubescence, denser laterally. Female tergites colored similar to male, female sternites piceous except castaneous mediolateral posterior sternite III and posterolateral sternites IV–V, white pubescence. Female sternite VII with arching posterior margin and single medial notch. Female abdominal segment 9 piceous with castaneous or ochraceous anterodorsal and dorsolateral marks and spots on posterior angle and castaneous spot on ventroposterior curve, radiating long piceous pile. Dorsal beak extending beyond piceous anal styles. Posterior margin of abdominal segment 9 sinuate.
Genitalia. Male pygofer castaneous with piceous dorsal outside, distal basal lobe, uncus, base of anal styles, and tip of dorsal beak. Dorsal beak narrow, extending from deep depression on posterior margin. Pygofer basal lobe extended, medial margin bent inward at approximale right angle with squared apex. Uncal dorsal crest finger- like emerging at approximate right angle with rounded at terminus. Lateral branch of uncus curving ventrally to rounded apex, posteromedial margin straight meeting under the median uncus lobe to surround aedeagus. Aedeagus castaneous with a tawny terminal membrane.
Female gonocoxite IX piceous or castaneous. Gonapophysis IX and X piceous. Ovipositor sheath extends beyond dorsal beak. Dorsal beak extending just beyond piceous-gray anal styles. Long golden pile radiating from ovipositor sheath, ovipositor sheath covered with short golden pile.
Measurements (mm). N = 2 males or 9 females, mean (range). Length of body: males 22.15 (21.5–22.8), females 19.46 (18.1–20.4); length of fore wing: males 32.60 (32.4–32.8), females 29.56 (28.1–31.0); width of fore wing: males 9.85 (9.8–9.9), females 9.39 (8.9–10.0); length of head: males 3.60 (3.5–3.7), females 3.33 (2.8–3.6); width of head including eyes: males 9.45 (9.3–9.6), females 8.72 (8.1–9.2); width of pronotum including suprahumeral plates: males 9.35 (9.3–9.4), females 8.54 (7.8–9.3); width of mesonotum: males 8.00 (7.8–8.2), females 7.39 (6.9–7.8).
Diagnosis. The new species can be distinguished easily from the other Panamanian species of Guyalna . Guyalna bicolor is a short, stocky species being about half as wide as long with a green (fading to ochraceous in some specimens) head and thorax and castaneous or testaceous abdomen and G. bogotana is greenish tawny head and thorax with an ochraceous abdomen rather than the dark brown and piceous new species. In addition, the abdominal tergites of male G. bogotana are translucent. The much larger (body length 35 mm) G. fumea has infuscation on the distal half of the fore wings and distal hind wings easily distinguish this species. The most similar Panamanian species is G. panamensis but it can be distinguished by its tawny body (greenish tawny in fresh specimens), the mesothorax only marked with piceous along the parapsidal suture, the abdomen has silvery and piceous pile that produce a piceous arch across the dorsal tergites from tergites 3–7 and the males and females are of similar size in G. panamensis .
The new species can be distinguished from the remaining species of Guyalna relatively easily as well. The new species has a body length (18-23 mm) less than G. aurora Ruschel, 2017 , G. bonaerensis ( Berg, 1879) , G. brisa ( Walker, 1850) , G. chlorogena ( Walker, 1850) , G. flavipronotum ( Sanborn, 2007b) , G. fumea ( Distant, 1883) , G. jamesi Sanborn, 2016b , G. principes Ruschel, 2017 , G. rufapicalis Boulard, 1998 , G. sakakibari Ruschel, 2017 and G. spinula Ruschel, 2017 all of which have body lengths greater than 25 mm. The smaller body size (19 mm or less) of G. cuta ( Walker, 1850) , G. nadae Gogala, Šporar, Sanborn & Maccagnan, 2015 , G. nigra Boulard, 1999 , G. parvula ( Jacobi, 1904) , G. platyrhina Sanborn & Heath, 2014 and G. sublaqueata ( Uhler, 1903) distinguish them from the new species. The new species can be distinguished from G. atalapae Boulard & Martinelli, 2011 by the orange basal area and smoky distal edge of its fore wing, from G. bleuzeni Boulard & Martinelli, 2011 , G. coffea Sanborn, Moore & Young, 2008 and G. distanti ( Goding, 1925) where the mesothorax is marked only along the parapsidal suture with piceous, from G. densusa Boulard & Martinelli, 2011 and G. jauffreti Boulard & Martinelli, 1996 by the ochraceous ventral surfaces of these species, from G. flavantica Ruschel, 2017 , G. maxineae Sanborn, 2016b and G. tenebrae Ruschel, 2017 by the infuscation at the base of the hind wing extending about a third of hind wing length and the basal cell of the fore wing is colored completely, from G. pilosa Ruschel, 2017 by the infuscation at the base of the hind wing extending about a third of hind wing length, the basal cell of the fore wing is colored completely and the dense pile possessed by this species. Finally, G. glauca ( Goding, 1925) has a monochromatic green head and thorax without piceous markings.
Distribution. The type series was collected in Darién Province, on Barro Colorado Island and at Curiche, Choco, Colombia. Curiche is less than 30 km south of the Panamanian border on the west coast of Colombia. The species was reported from Barro Colorado Island, Panama Canal Zone, 120 m altitude in lowland forest ( Wolda 1989; Wolda & Ramos 1992) and from Las Cumbres, 15 km north of Panama City in Panama ( Wolda 1993) as an undetermined species.
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