Chandozhinskia bivittata ( Bey-Bienko, 1957 )

Wang, Hanqiang & Liu, Xianwei, 2018, Studies in Chinese Tettigoniidae: Recent discoveries of Meconematinae katydids from Xizang, China (Tettigoniidae: Meconematinae), Zootaxa 4441 (2), pp. 225-244: 237-238

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Chandozhinskia bivittata ( Bey-Bienko, 1957 )
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Chandozhinskia bivittata ( Bey-Bienko, 1957) 

( Figs. 51–65 View Figure )

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Xiphidiopsis bivittata: Bey-Bienko, 1957  , Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie, 36:410, 416; Bey-Bienko, 1962, Trudy Zoologicheskogo Instituta. Akademiia nauk SSSR. Leningrad, 30:128, 134; Beier, 1966, Orthopterorum Catalogus, 9:272; Liu & Jin, 1994, Contributions from Shanghai Institute of Entomology, 11:109; Jin & Xia, 1994, Journal of Orthoptera  Research, 3:26.

Chandozhinskia bivittata: Gorochov, 1993  , Zoosystematica Rossica, 2(1):82; Sänger & Helfert, 2004, Senckenbergiana Biologica, 84(1–2):45–58; Gorochov, Liu & Kang, 2005, Oriental Insects, 39:70.

Redescription: Fastigium verticis conical and obtuse, dorsum with a medial sulcus. Last two segments of maxillary palpi about equal in length. Lateral lobes of pronotum oblique in the posterior edge, humeral sinus inconspicuous ( Figs. 51, 53, 54 View Figure ). Tegmina far exceeding apex of hind femora, hind wings longer than tegmina by 0.5mm. Fore tibia is bearing ventral spurs of the type 4, 4 (1, 1); inner and outer dorsal margin each with 24–26 spines of hind tibiae which bearing 3 pairs of apical spurs. Male 10th abdominal tergite concave on posterior margin ( Figs. 58, 59 View Figure ). Male cerci straight, a small pointed process in the middle, apical half acutely spatulate ( Figs. 57–61 View Figure ). Female epiproct roundly triangular, dorsally furrowed; cerci short, conical ( Fig. 65 View Figure ). Male subgenital plate nearly quadrate, base broad, styli small ( Figs. 60, 61 View Figure ). Female subgenital plate long and narrow, apex round ( Figs. 62–64 View Figure ). Ovipositor short, an apical hook on the ventral valve ( Fig. 65 View Figure ).

Body yellowish brown ( Figs. 51, 52 View Figure ), maybe green in life with a pair of parallel lateral stripes on the pronotum ( Figs. 53–56 View Figure ). About 22–28 dark spots on tegmen. The apex of genicular lobe dark.

Measurements (mm): Body ♂ 9.0, ♀ 12.0–15.0; pronotum ♂ 3.0, ♀ 2.8–3.0; tegmina ♂ 13.0, ♀ 14.5–16.0; hind femora ♂, ♀ 7.5–8.0; ovipositor ♀ 5.5–6.0.

Type locality and preservation: Simao District , Yunnan province  ; type specimens are kept in IZCAS.

Material examined: 1♀, Dexing village , Medog County, Xizang province, alt. 980m, 1950. V.29, leg. JIN Gen-Tao, WU Jian-Yi  ; 1♀, Dilinh ( Djiring ), Vietnam, alt. 1200m, 1960. IV.22 ~28, leg. S. Quate & L. Quate ( BMHAbout BMH)  ; 1♂, Doipui, Chiangmai , Thailand, alt. 1360m, 1958. VII.2, leg. T. C. Maa ( BMHAbout BMH).. 

Distribution. China (Xizang, Yunnan); Thailand, Vietnam.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Orthoptera

Family

Tettigoniidae

Genus

Chandozhinskia

Loc

Chandozhinskia bivittata ( Bey-Bienko, 1957 )

Wang, Hanqiang & Liu, Xianwei 2018

2018
Loc

Chandozhinskia bivittata:

Gorochov 1993

1993
Loc

Xiphidiopsis bivittata

: Bey-Bienko 1957

1957