Ileopeltus

Godoy, Carolina, 2004, (Cicadellidae: Deltocephalinae), Zootaxa 608, pp. 1-4: 3

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.158256

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03F02204-FFB5-FF83-A459-C28AFADAFD5F

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Ileopeltus
status

 

Key to the male Ileopeltus  Species of Mesoamerica

1 Pygofer without a process, or if present then extremely small .................................................. 2

­ Pygofer with a long, distinct process .......................................................................................... 3 2 (1) Pygofer without a process ( Fig. 9View FIGURES 9 – 12) .................................................................. tethys  (Van Duzee) ­ Pygofer with a short process on posterodorsal margin in lateral aspect ( Fig. 10View FIGURES 9 – 12) ....................... ...................................................................................................................... nanocanthus  Cwikla 3 (1) Posterior margin of pygofer broadly rounded apically with a process inserted on posteroventral margin ( Fig. 11View FIGURES 9 – 12) .............................................................................................. spinosus  (DeLong) Posterior margin of pygofer not broadly rounded and without a process on posteroventral margin ..................................................................................................................................................... 4 4 (3) Posterior margin of pygofer produced into a dorsally directed spine ( Fig. 12View FIGURES 9 – 12) ........................... ........................................................................................................................ dorsalu s (DeLong) ­ Posterior margin of pygofer produced into an acute posteriorly directed process ( Fig. 2View FIGURES 1 – 8)........... ............................................................................................................................... similarus  n. sp.