Nullana

Domahovski, Alexandre Cruz & Cavichioli, Rodney Ramiro, 2017, Two new species of Nullana from southern Brazil (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Gyponini) with key to males, Zootaxa 4281 (1), pp. 207-218: 214-215

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4281.1.19

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03F4DB24-FFC5-7303-FF5D-FA744284FE95

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scientific name

Nullana
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Key to males of Nullana 

1. Style (Fig. 10) cleft forming two rami..................................................................... 2

- Style ( Fig. 30View FIGURES 20 – 32) not cleft, with single apex.................................................................. 3

2. Style (Fig. 10) with ventral ramus narrow, produced posterad as far as dorsal ramus, dorsal ramus three times wider than ven- tral portion............................................................... N. albinoi  sp. nov. ( Brazil - Paraná) 

- Style ( DeLong, 1976: 26, Fig. 4) very elongated, slender, with ventral ramus not produced posterad as far as dorsal ramus, dor- sal ramus the same width as ventral portion.................................................. N. huallaga  (Peru)

3. Style ( Fig. 30View FIGURES 20 – 32) with small tooth on ventral margin.......................................................... 4

- Style ( DeLong, 1976: 26, Fig. 18) without small tooth on ventral margin......................................... 6

4. Style ( DeLong & Martinson, 1980: 487, Fig. 29View FIGURES 20 – 32) with small tooth near apex of blade.................................................................................... N. gelbana  ( Brazil - Paraná [new record] and Santa Catarina) 

- Style ( Fig. 30View FIGURES 20 – 32) with small tooth near base or mid-length of blade............................................... 5

5. Style ( DeLong & Martinson, 1980: 500, Fig. 40View FIGURES 40 – 57. 40 – 48) with small tooth near base of blade............ N. alena  (French Guyane)

- Style ( Fig. 30View FIGURES 20 – 32) with small tooth near mid-length of blade...................... N. sakakibarai  sp. nov. ( Brazil - Paraná) 

6. Aedeagus ( DeLong, 1976: 26, Figs 14, 15) with processes near base or near mid-length of shaft...................... 7

- Aedeagus without processes............................................................................. 8

7. Aedeagus ( DeLong, 1976: pg. 26 Figs 14, 15) with processes near base shaft, processes long, produced as far as shaft apex........................................................................................... N. deca  ( Peru)

- Aedeagus ( DeLong, 1976: 26, Figs 16, 17) with processes near mid-length of shaft, processes short, not produced as far as shaft apex.............................................................................. N. sabora  (Peru)

8. Subgenital plate ( DeLong & Martinson, 1980: 500 Fig. 34View FIGURES 33 – 39. 33 – 37) with acute apex.......................... N. verdana  (Peru)

- Subgenital ( DeLong & Martinson, 1980: 497, Fig. 19) plate with rounded apex................................... 9

9. Style ( DeLong, 1976: 26, Fig. 8)with apex slightly curved dorsally; aedeagal shaft with apex not bent ventrally................................................................................................. N. scutella  ( Peru)

- Style ( DeLong & Martinson, 1980: 497, Fig. 16) with apex abruptly curved dorsally; aedeagal shaft with apex bent ventrally........................................................................................... N. alera  ( Peru)