Fredyagrion aculeatum (Santos, 1965) Lencioni, 2022Fredyagrion andromache (Hagen in Selys, 1876) comb. nov.

Lencioni, F. A. A., 2022, Analysis of male Leptagrion Selys, 1876 sensu lato (Odonata: Coenagrionidae) with description of four new genera and a new species, Zootaxa 5105 (1), pp. 63-104 : 74-75

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Fredyagrion aculeatum (Santos, 1965) Fredyagrion andromache (Hagen in Selys, 1876) comb. nov.
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comb. nov.

Fredyagrion aculeatum (Santos, 1965) comb. nov.

Fig. 16 View FIGURE 16 (app), Fig. 26 View FIGURE 26 (prothorax), Fig. 35 View FIGURE 35 (habitus).

Etymology: aculeatum = Latin for having sting, prickly.

Santos 1965a: 29, Figs. 1–8 View FIGURE 1 View FIGURE 2 View FIGURE 3 View FIGURE 4 View FIGURE 5 View FIGURE 6 View FIGURE 7 View FIGURE 8 (description of male, Illustration of head in dorsal view, Appendages in lateral and dorsal views, prothorax in lateral and dorsal views, penis in ectal and lateral views, pterostigma of forewing); Santos 1965b: 43 (compared with L. capixabae ); Santos 1968b: 138 (compared with L. siqueirai ); Santos 1978: 5 (compared with L. vriesianum ); Davies & Tobin 1984: 82 (data on publication and distribution); Machado & Costa 1990: 301 (data on publication and distribution); Bridges 1994: (VII) 2 (data on publication, type depository, type locality and references); Costa & Mascarenhas 1998: 6 (data on types); Costa & Garrison 2001: 382, Figs. 10a View FIGURE 10 (a), 10a(c), 10b(a), 10b(c), 19a–b, 31, 37, 40a–b, 48a–b, 55–56 (distribution, description of female and key to Brazilian Leptagrion , illustration of appendages in lateral and dorsal views, male habitus, female prothorax in dorsal and lateral views, female pterostigma, metatarsal claw, female S 8–10 in lateral view, appendages in lateral and dorsal views, male prothorax in dorsal and lateral views, male forewing pterostigma); De Marmels & Garrison 2005: 258, Figs. 19 View FIGURE 19 (illustration of appendages in dorsal and lateral views, penis in lateral and ectal views, distribution [mention that L. siqueirai in Lounibos et al. 1987 could be L. aculeatum or a new species and that the record in Machet (1989) of L. siqueirai from French Guiana may also refer to L. aculeatum ]); Lencioni 2006: 139, Figs. 80A–L (illustration of appendages in lateral and dorsal views, penis in lateral and ectal views, male prothorax in lateral and dorsal views, female prothorax in lateral and dorsal views, female pterostigma, tarsal claw, female S 8–10 in lateral view); Garrison et al. 2010: 264, Figs. 1651, 1661 (data on species, illustration of appendages in lateral and dorsal views).

Deposition of type series. Holotype in MNRJ (not examined—destroyed by fire on 02.ix.2018).

Larva described. No.

Material examined. (1 ♂): 1 ♂ Brazil: Pará, Belém, L.B. Calvão leg.

Distribution. Brazil (Pará, Amapá), Venezuela, Surinam and French Guiana.

Fredyagrion andromache (Hagen in Selys, 1876) comb. nov.

Fig. 17 View FIGURE 17 (app), Fig. 27 View FIGURE 27 (prothorax), Fig. 36 View FIGURE 36 (habitus).

Etymology: andromache = Greek (Ἀνδρομάχη) classical mythology, the wife of Hector and mother of Astyanax.

Hagen in Selys 1876: 978 (description of male and female); Kirby 1890: 155 (data on publication and distribution); Williamson 1917: Plate XVII, 3–4 (illustration of appendages in lateral and dorsal views); Kennedy 1919: 182 (illustration of appendages in lateral and dorsal views); Santos 1962: 5, Figs. 9 View FIGURE 9 , 11 View FIGURE 11 (data on distribution, female prothorax in dorsal view, female pterostigma hind wing); Santos 1965a: 30 (compared with L. aculeatum ); Santos 1965b: 43 (compared with L. capixabae ); Santos 1966: 83 (data on larvae); Santos 1968a: 64 (compared with L. dardanoi ); Santos 1978: 5 (compared with L. vriesianum ); Davies & Tobin 1984: 82 (data on publication and distribution); Bridges 1994: (VII) 12 (data on publication, types depository, type locality and references); Costa & Garrison 2001: 382, Figs. 5 View FIGURE 5 , 26 View FIGURE 26 , 38a View FIGURE 38 , 47b View FIGURE 47 (distribution, key to Brazilian Leptagrion , illustration of appendages in lateral, mediodorsal and dorsal, male forewing pterostigma, female prothorax in dorsal view, female hindwing pterostigma); Lencioni 2006: 141, Figs. 82C–E (illustration of male forewing pterostigma, female hind wing pterostigma, female prothorax in dorsal view. Appendages in lateral and dorsal views of a specimen incorrectly identified by the author as L. andromache , but corresponding to L. jeromei Lencioni, Vilela & Furieri, 2021 ); Machado 2007: 126 (occurrence in Minas Gerais as “ L. andromadra ”); Muzón et al. 2009: 65, Figs. 1–10 View FIGURE 1 View FIGURE 2 View FIGURE 3 View FIGURE 4 View FIGURE 5 View FIGURE 6 View FIGURE 7 View FIGURE 8 View FIGURE 9 View FIGURE 10 (description of larvae and first occurrence of the genus in Argentina, larval illustrations); Costa et al. 2009: 94 (larval description and illustrations); Garrison et al. 2010: 264 (data on species); Lencioni 2017a: 369, Figs. 213A–E, 214A (data on description, type locality, type deposition, distribution, and larval description, illustration belongs to a new species incorrectly identified by the author as L. andromache , but corresponding to L. jeromei Lencioni, Vilela & Furieri, 2021 ).

Deposition of type series. Syntypes in IRSNB (examined through photos) .

Larva described. Yes ( Muzón et al. 2009).

Material examined. 2♂♂ ( UFAP), Brazil: Amapá, Laranjal do Jari, Comunidade de Água Branca do Cajari , (0.5693 S, 52.1759 W), 20.viii.2019, M.D.N. Garcia Júnior leg. GoogleMaps

Distribution. Brazil (Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Bahia), Argentina (Misiones).

Fredyagrion andromache (Hagen in Selys, 1876) comb. nov.

Fig. 17 View FIGURE 17 (app), Fig. 27 View FIGURE 27 (prothorax), Fig. 36 View FIGURE 36 (habitus).

Etymology: andromache = Greek (Ἀνδρομάχη) classical mythology, the wife of Hector and mother of Astyanax.

Hagen in Selys 1876: 978 (description of male and female); Kirby 1890: 155 (data on publication and distribution); Williamson 1917: Plate XVII, 3–4 (illustration of appendages in lateral and dorsal views); Kennedy 1919: 182 (illustration of appendages in lateral and dorsal views); Santos 1962: 5, Figs. 9 View FIGURE 9 , 11 View FIGURE 11 (data on distribution, female prothorax in dorsal view, female pterostigma hind wing); Santos 1965a: 30 (compared with L. aculeatum ); Santos 1965b: 43 (compared with L. capixabae ); Santos 1966: 83 (data on larvae); Santos 1968a: 64 (compared with L. dardanoi ); Santos 1978: 5 (compared with L. vriesianum ); Davies & Tobin 1984: 82 (data on publication and distribution); Bridges 1994: (VII) 12 (data on publication, types depository, type locality and references); Costa & Garrison 2001: 382, Figs. 5 View FIGURE 5 , 26 View FIGURE 26 , 38a View FIGURE 38 , 47b View FIGURE 47 (distribution, key to Brazilian Leptagrion , illustration of appendages in lateral, mediodorsal and dorsal, male forewing pterostigma, female prothorax in dorsal view, female hindwing pterostigma); Lencioni 2006: 141, Figs. 82C–E (illustration of male forewing pterostigma, female hind wing pterostigma, female prothorax in dorsal view. Appendages in lateral and dorsal views of a specimen incorrectly identified by the author as L. andromache , but corresponding to L. jeromei Lencioni, Vilela & Furieri, 2021 ); Machado 2007: 126 (occurrence in Minas Gerais as “ L. andromadra ”); Muzón et al. 2009: 65, Figs. 1–10 View FIGURE 1 View FIGURE 2 View FIGURE 3 View FIGURE 4 View FIGURE 5 View FIGURE 6 View FIGURE 7 View FIGURE 8 View FIGURE 9 View FIGURE 10 (description of larvae and first occurrence of the genus in Argentina, larval illustrations); Costa et al. 2009: 94 (larval description and illustrations); Garrison et al. 2010: 264 (data on species); Lencioni 2017a: 369, Figs. 213A–E, 214A (data on description, type locality, type deposition, distribution, and larval description, illustration belongs to a new species incorrectly identified by the author as L. andromache , but corresponding to L. jeromei Lencioni, Vilela & Furieri, 2021 ).

Deposition of type series. Syntypes in IRSNB (examined through photos) .

Larva described. Yes ( Muzón et al. 2009).

Material examined. 2♂♂ ( UFAP), Brazil: Amapá, Laranjal do Jari, Comunidade de Água Branca do Cajari , (0.5693 S, 52.1759 W), 20.viii.2019, M.D.N. Garcia Júnior leg. GoogleMaps

Distribution. Brazil (Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Bahia), Argentina (Misiones).

MNRJ

Museu Nacional/Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro

IRSNB

Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Odonata

Family

Coenagrionidae

Genus

Fredyagrion

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Odonata

Family

Coenagrionidae

Genus

Fredyagrion