Pangaeus (Homaloporus) bilineatus (Say),

M, Cristina Mayorga & P, Luis Cervantes, 2009, Two new species of Amnestus from Guatemala, with new records for some other Guatemalan burrower bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Cydnidae), Zootaxa 2311, pp. 19-37: 30-31

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.191888

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Pangaeus (Homaloporus) bilineatus (Say)
status

 

Pangaeus (Homaloporus) bilineatus (Say) 

Dignosis. This species is characterized by the absence of tubercles on ventral surface of the posterior femora; no punctures on the subapical impression of the pronotum; and by the presence of three or more submarginal setigerous punctures on each jugum. Body length 5.25 to 7.78 mm.

Head. Anterior margin a full semicircle or less, usually evenly curved; tylus as long as juga, little narrowed apically; jugum usually with feeble to obsolete radiating rugae; ocelli moderately large; rostrum reaching between middle coxae. Pronotum. Anterior margin moderately, simply emarginated; side margins entire, nearly straight on middle third, lateral submarginal row of nine to twelve setigerous punctures; transverse impression submedian, obsolete to absent, impunctate or marked by irregular row of distinct punctures; anterior lobe impunctate or sometimes with few weak punctures laterally; posterior lobe impunctate or with few to a dozen punctures medially; propleuron distinctly alutaceous, punctured only in depression; prosternal carina less than half as high as rostral II. Scutellum with surface obsoletely alutaceous with numerous punctures discally, except across base and at extreme apex. Hemelytra. Corium and clavus distinctly alutaceous; clavus usually with one or two partial rows of punctures; mesocorium with one complete and a second partial or complete row of punctures; exocorium with numerous punctures usually more distinct than those of mesocorial disc; costa with two to six setigerous punctures. Sternites distinctly alutaceous, impunctate.

Old records. Zacapa ( Froeschner, 1960).

New records. 5 females, 1 male, Zacapa, Santa Cruz, Marble Quarry rd, NE of Tecolutan, 15 ° 02’ 604 ’’ N 89 ° 40 ’ 126 ’, 573m, 17 /V/ 2006, R. Zack; 4 females, 4 males, Zacapa, Santa Cruz, Marble Quarry rd, NE of Teculutan, 15 ° 01’ 680 ’’ N 89 ° 40 ’ 447 ’, 290m, 19 /VII/ 2007, R. Zack. ( WSUC, UVGC, CNIN, IEXA).

UVGC

Collecion de Artropodos

CNIN

Coleccion Nacional de Insectos, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Cydnidae

Genus

Pangaeus