Tetra

Xue, Xiao-Feng & Hong, Xiao-Yue, 2005, Five new species of the genus Te t r a Keifer (Acari: Eriophyoidea) from China, Zootaxa 1067, pp. 37-48: 38

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.170236

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:CBA5DC0E-CFD3-4AF8-AC45-91261AAC0790

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03DA87C8-FF9D-FF9F-FEAC-0D15FA852F48

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Plazi

scientific name

Tetra
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Key to the species of Tetra  from China

1 Coxal area smooth......................................................................................................... 2

­ Coxal area with short lines or granules ......................................................................... 8

2 Empodium 7 ­rayed ....................................................................... Tetra yushania  Huang

­ Empodium 4 ­rayed........................................................................................................ 3

3 Setae h 1 absent .......................................................................... Tetra intermedia  Huang

­ Setae h 1 present............................................................................................................. 4

4 Coxal sternal line absent ......................................................... Tetra similisforca  Huang

­ Coxal sternal line present .............................................................................................. 5

5 Shield design without median line .................................................... Tetra toona  Huang

­ Shield design with median line ..................................................................................... 6

6 Shield design with median line 1 / 3 anterior, female genital coverflap with 8 to 10 lon­ gitudinal ridges ........................................................ Tetra guiyangensis  Kuang & Hong

­ Shield design with median line 1 / 3 at base, female genital coverflap with more than 10 longitudinal ridges......................................................................................................... 7

7 Femur with two longitudinal lines, female genital coverflap with 12 to 14 longitudinal ridges, shield design network ...................................... Tetra polygoni  Wei, Chen & Xie

­ Femur smooth, female genital coverflap with 10 to 12 longitudinal ridges, shield design only with median and admedian lines connected at basal 1 / 3 ............................. ................................................................................. Tetra clerodendri  Wei, Chen & Xie

8 Coxal area with granules............................................................................................... 9

­ Coxal area with short lines .......................................................................................... 10

9 Female genital coverflap smooth, empodium 7 ­rayed, dorsal annuli with round micro­ tubercles ...................................................................... Tetra dalbergiae Kuang & Zhuo 

­ Female genital coverflap with 10 longitudinal ridges, empodium 4 ­rayed, dorsal annuli with spiny microtubercles .............................................. Tetra suspensae  n. sp.

10 Dorsal annuli with microtubercles .............................................................................. 11

­ Darsal annuli smooth................................................................................................... 15

11 Empodium 2 ­rayed ...................................................................... Tetra concava  (Keifer)

­ Empodium 6 or 7 ­rayed............................................................................................... 12

12 Dorsal annuli with elliptical microtubercles ................................ Tetra japonicae  n. sp.

­ Dorsal annuli with spiny microtubercles..................................................................... 13

13 Shield design with median line complete.................................... Tetra formosae  n. sp.

­ Shield design with median line incomplete................................................................. 14

14 Shield design with granules on lines, median line connected with admedian lines at basal 1 / 3 .......................................................................................... Tetra lobatae  n. sp.

­ Shield design without granules on lines, median and admedian lines separate .............. ....................................................................................... Tetra superbae Huang & Wang 

15 Median line on prodorsal shield present ..................................................................... 16

­ Median line on prodorsal shield absent ...................................................................... 19