Elaphropeza monospina Shamshev & Grootaert, 2007

Grootaert, Patrick & Shamshev, Igor V., 2012, The fast-running flies (Diptera, Hybotidae, Tachydromiinae) of Singapore and adjacent regions, European Journal of Taxonomy 5, pp. 1-162: 87-88

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.5852/ejt.2012.5

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:B69F002A-C1A0-439D-9477-62BFA87DEAD7

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3730139

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03BC87A2-5D10-FFCA-FE09-BA77327A80B9

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Elaphropeza monospina Shamshev & Grootaert, 2007
status

 

Elaphropeza monospina Shamshev & Grootaert, 2007 

Elaphropeza monospina Shamshev & Grootaert, 2007: 81  .

Diagnosis

Occiput black, postpedicel nearly 3.0 times longer than wide, stylus about 2.0 times longer than postpedicel; scutum with brownish pattern; acrostichal and dorsocentral bristles multiserial; legs entirely yellow, hind tibia with 1 anterodorsal bristle, hind basitarsus with 1 spine-like ventral bristle near base.

Material examined

SINGAPORE: 1 ♀, Semakau (SMK05), 13 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29068, leg. P.G.); 1 ♀, Semakau (SMK03), 20 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29089, leg. P.G.); 1 ♂, Semakau (SMK02), 20 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29088, leg. P.G.); 1 ♂, 2 ♀♀, Semakau (SMK05), 20 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29091, leg. P.G.); 2 ♂, 1 ♀, Semakau (SMK05), 27 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29119, leg. P.G.); 3 ♂♂, 2 ♀♀, Semakau (SMK02), 3 June 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29141, leg. P.G.); 3 ♂♂, 9 ♀♀, Semakau (SMK03), 3 June 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29142, leg. P.G.); 1 ♀, Kranji (KNT01), 12 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29052, leg. P.G.); 1 ♂, Kranji (KNT01), 26 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29103, leg. P.G.); 2 ♂, Sungei Cina (CHC01), 19 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29083, leg. P.G.); 2 ♀♀, Mandai (MAN01), 12 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29056, leg. P.G.); 1 ♀, Mandai (MAN01), 26 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29107, leg. P.G.);

Distribution

Malaysia, Singapore.

Habitat and seasonal occurrence

This is a common species in mangroves. It is present throughout the year with no marked peak activity. It has been also recorded from Chek Jawa, Sungei Buloh and Pasir Ris.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Hybotidae

Genus

Elaphropeza

Loc

Elaphropeza monospina Shamshev & Grootaert, 2007

Grootaert, Patrick & Shamshev, Igor V. 2012
2012
Loc

Elaphropeza monospina

Shamshev, I. V. & Grootaert P. 2007: 81