Icimauna

Galileo, Maria Helena M., Santos-Silva, Antonio & Wappes, James E., 2017, Two new species of Lamiinae, synonymies in Hemilophini, and corrections on the concept of four genera with transfers of three species (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae), Zootaxa 4247 (4), pp. 445-460: 454

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4247.4.6

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:C57A640C-1A30-478F-9114-547B7CA914BB

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03C6D543-FFAC-FFD8-FF4E-FA5CFA036996

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Icimauna
status

 

Key to species of Icimauna 

(Except I. macilenta  )

1 Central area of pronotum with band of yellow pubescence, usually complete from base to apex, always crest-shaped  . Brazil (Rio de Janeiro, Santa Catarina)  , Paraguay, Argentina (Misiones)............................. I. reversa (Bates, 1881)   

- Central area of pronotum without band of yellow pubescence (when partially present, never crest-shaped).............. 2

2(1) Antennomeres III and IV equal in length. Costa Rica......................... I. pallidipennis Martins & Galileo, 2007 

- Antennomere III distinctly longer than IV................................................................. 3

3(2) Antennomere III about twice the length of the scape. Costa Rica....................... I. aysa Martins & Galileo, 1991 

- Antennomere III, at most, 1.5 times longer than scape........................................................ 4

4(3) Pronotum and elytra with very sparse erect setae. Bolivia, Brazil (Rondônia)......... I. sarauaia Martins & Galileo, 1991 

- Pronotum and elytra with moderately abundant erect setae.................................................... 5

5(4) Length of lower eye lobes at least 1.5 times length of gena; long setae on antennomere IV not reaching apex. Costa Rica............................................................................. I. angaba Martins & Galileo, 1991 

- Length of lower eye lobes at most 1.0 times length of gena; long setae on antennomere IV reaching apex. Brazil (Minas Gerais, Espírito Santo, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Paraná, Santa Catarina, Rio Grande do Sul)  , Argentina (Misiones)  , Paraguay...................................................................................... .. I. ciliaris ( Klug, 1825)