Nanodromia narmkroi Grootaert & Shamshev, 2003

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: 115-119

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.3730159

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03BC87A2-5D34-FFEB-FE3C-B9D433158239

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scientific name

Nanodromia narmkroi Grootaert & Shamshev, 2003
status

 

Nanodromia narmkroi Grootaert & Shamshev, 2003 

Figs 176View Figs 172-177, 185-188

Nanodromia narmkroi Grootaert & Shamshev, 2003: 49  .

Diagnosis

Species with thorax somewhat flattened, mesonotum strongly convex on anterior corners; acrostichal and dorsocentral bristles well differentiated; the former minute, arranged in 2 rows, present on anterior part of scutum only; the latter long, uniserial, 5 per row, of different lengths; anepisternum with 3 fairly long setae in upper hind corner. Legs uniformly yellow. Abdomen with gland-like structures between tergites 4 and 5 and 5 and 6 ( Fig. 176View Figs 172-177).

Material examined

SINGAPORE: 2 ♂♂, 1 ♀, Pulau Ubin, Chek Jawa, 19 November 2003, sweeping in mangrove (reg. 23080, Si177); 4 ♂♂, 2 ♀♀, 2 December 2003, Malaise trap in mangrove (reg. 23097, Si118); 3 ♂♂, 11 December 2003, Malaise trap in mangrove (reg. 23119, Si141), 1 ♂, 8 ♀♀, Chek Jawa, 11 October 2005, mangrove, Mal (reg. 25380, leg. P.G.); 1 ♂, 11 ♀♀, Chek Jawa, 26 October 2005, mangrove, Mal 2 (reg. 25399, leg. P.G.); 4 ♀♀, Chek Jawa, 30 December 2005, mangrove, Mal 2 (reg. 25474, leg. P.G.); 8 ♂♂, 3 ♀♀, Chek Jawa, 30 December 2005, mangrove, sweeping (reg. 25475, leg. P.G.); 1 ♂, Pulau Ubin, Pekaka, 2 December 2003, sweeping along mangrove (reg. 23095, Si191); 2 ♂♂, Semakau Island, 26 June 2005, beach, sweeping (reg. 25185, leg. P.G.). 2 ♂♂, Semakau (SMK02), 13 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29065, leg. P.G.); 12 ♂♂, Semakau (SMK05), 13 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29068, leg. P.G.); 1 ♂, Semakau (Semakau), 20 May 2009, beach forest, sweeping (reg. 29097, leg. P.G.); 2 ♂♂, Semakau (SMK02), 20 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29088, leg. P.G.); 1 ♂♂, Semakau (SMK04), 27 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29118, leg. P.G.); 6 ♂♂, Semakau (SMK05), 27 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29119, leg. P.G.); 1 ♀, Semakau (SMK04), 27 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29118, leg. P.G.); 1 ♂, Semakau (SMK05), 3 June 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29144, leg. P.G.); 8 ♂♂, Semakau (SMK05), 3 June 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29144, leg. P.G.); 5 ♂♂, 20 ♀♀, Pulau Ubin (PU02), 12 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29059, leg. P.G.); 5 ♂♂, Pulau Ubin (PU02), 26 May 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29110, leg. P.G.); 5 ♂♂, Pulau Ubin (PU02), 2 June 2009, mangrove, Mal. (reg. 29135, leg. P.G.).

MALAYSIA: 6 ♂♂, Johor province, Sedili kecil, 12 October 2000, supralitoral, sweeping (reg. 20046, leg. P.G. & N. Evenhuis).

Sequences in Genbank

♂, Chek Jawa, 15 December 2005, mangrove, sweeping (reg. 25452, leg. P.Grootaert) quoted in Lim et al. (2009) Nanodromia narmkroi  has been sequenced.

Distribution

Malaysia (Johor), Singapore, South Thailand (Trang Prov.).

Habitat and seasonal occurrence

This species occurs in mangroves. It is present throughout the year, but most common from October to December.

Remarks

This is a common mangrove species. The name means 'brackish water' in Thai language. 'Narm' stands for water and the 'ar' in narm is pronounced as a long 'a' but then as a high tone. 'Kroi' means brackish.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Hybotidae

Genus

Nanodromia

Loc

Nanodromia narmkroi Grootaert & Shamshev, 2003

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

Nanodromia narmkroi

Grootaert P. & Shamshev I. 2003: 49