Anacroneuria

Ribeiro, José Moacir Ferreira & Rafael, José Albertino, 2009, Redescription of the species of Anacroneuria Klapálek known from the Reserva Florestal Adolpho Ducke, Amazonas, Brazil with a neotype designation, and a key to adults males, Amazonas, Brazil. , Zootaxa 2004, pp. 1-15: 2

publication ID

10.5281/zenodo.185621

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03AD87E8-993B-1709-FF04-A549FA3FFB17

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Plazi

scientific name

Anacroneuria
status

 

Key to adult Anacroneuria  of Reserva Floresta Adolpho Ducke, A. amazonica  known only from females

1 – Pronotum largely dark brown laterally and narrowly dark brown posteriorly, medially light yellow ( Figs 6–7View FIGURES 6 – 10); head predominantly dark brown with ocelli separated by twice their width ( Fig. 8View FIGURES 6 – 10). Aedeagus scletotized, apex truncate ( Figs. 30–32View FIGURES 26 – 35). Penial armature with hooks short, folded for low ( Fig. 31View FIGURES 26 – 35). Female sternum eight with median notch deeper and paramedian lobes longer and lateral lobes small ( Fig. 33View FIGURES 26 – 35). ................................ Anacroneuria manauensis 

– Pronotum light brown to yellow laterally, medially light yellow, reaching the posterior margin ( Figs. 1 –2View FIGURES 1 – 5, 11– 12View FIGURES 11 – 15); head predominantly yellow to whitish in alcohol with ocelli separated by one time their width ( Figs. 3View FIGURES 1 – 5, 13View FIGURES 11 – 15); aedeagus less scletotized, apex acuminate ( Figs. 20 –22View FIGURES 16 – 25, 40- 42View FIGURES 36 – 45). Female sternum eight with median notch shallower or deeper than sublateral notch ( Figs. 23View FIGURES 16 – 25, 43 and 45View FIGURES 36 – 45) ................................................................................................................... 2

2 – Pronotum with narrow and distinct lateral brown stripe ( Fig. 13View FIGURES 11 – 15); apex of aedeagus trilobed ( Figs. 40–41View FIGURES 36 – 45). Penial armature with hooks short, folded slightly for low ( Fig. 41View FIGURES 36 – 45). Female sternum eight with lateral lobes longer than paramedian lobes ( Fig. 43View FIGURES 36 – 45) .......................................................................................................... Anacroneuria marlieri 

– Pronotum uniformly colored, lacking lateral stripe or with lateral stripes composed of lightly pigmented rugosities ( Fig. 3View FIGURES 1 – 5); aedeagal apex with a distinct medial lobe ( Figs. 20–21View FIGURES 16 – 25). Female sternum eight with lateral lobes equal to or shorter than paramedian lobes ( Figs. 2View FIGURES 1 – 5) ........................................................................................................................ 3

3 – Pronotum with slightly darker lateral stripe ( Fig. 3View FIGURES 1 – 5). Apex of aedeagus with a wavy medial keel, with internal depression and two distinct, membranous vesicles, penial armature with hooks long, directed inward ( Fig. 21View FIGURES 16 – 25). Female sternum eight with four lobes of equal length ( Fig. 23View FIGURES 16 – 25) ................................................... Anacroneuria minuta 

– Pronotum uniformly colored, without darker lateral stripe. Female sternum eight with lateral lobes smaller than paramedian lobes (Fig. 46) ..................................................................................................... Anacroneuria amazonica 

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Plecoptera

Family

Perlidae