Anasta Emeljanov

Song, Zhi-Shun & Liang, Ai-Ping, 2013, Review of the genus Anasta Emeljanov (Hemiptera: Dictyopharidae: Hastini) from the Australasian region, Zootaxa 3741 (4), pp. 551-568: 556

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Anasta Emeljanov
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Key to the species of the genus Anasta Emeljanov 

1. Forewings with M vein first bifurcated to M 1 + 2 and M 3 + 4 veins distinctly beyond bifurcation of CuA, nearly abreast with Sc+R ( Fig. 3View FIGURE 3 B)......................................................................... A. lobosa  sp. nov.

- Forewings with M vein first bifurcated to M 1 + 2 and M 3 + 4 veins near bifurcation of CuA, distinctly ahead of Sc+R ( Fig. 3View FIGURE 3 A, C, D)............................................................................................... 2

2. Cephalic process distinctly short, vertex with the ratio of length in central line to width in base (1.65–1.72): 1 ( Fig. 4 AView FIGURE 4. A)............................................................................ A. australiaca (Lallemand)  comb. nov.

- Cephalic process long, vertex with the ratio of length in central line to width in base more than 2: 1 ..................... 3

3. Vertex with the ratio of length in central line to width in base (2.03–2.66): 1 ........................................ 4

- Vertex with the ratio of length in central line to width in base more than 3: 1 ....................................... 5

4. Cephalic process distinctly long, nearly equally wide before and after contraction of vertex; aedeagus with ventrolateral lobes large and long ( Fig. 10 AView FIGURE 10. A).............................................................. A. prognatha (Distant) 

- Cephalic process relatively short, narrower after contraction of vertex; aedeagus with ventrolateral lobes distinctly short and small ( Fig. 13 AView FIGURE 13. A)............................................................. A. vitiensis Emeljanov & Wilson 

5. Cephalic process distinctly long; vertex with media carina long and prominent.......... A. minuta (Lallemand)  comb. nov.

- Cephalic process relatively short; vertex with media carina short and weak..................... A. timorina (Lallemand)