Leinendera Carrera, 1945,

Camargo, Alexssandro, Vieira, Rodrigo & Rafael, José Albertino, 2019, Revision of Leinendera Carrera, 1945 (Diptera: Asilidae: Asilinae) with description of two new species, Zootaxa 4657 (2), pp. 291-316: 310

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4657.2.4

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:A3CE9088-EF80-4FC1-9221-2ABCD32ED639

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3799854

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03F99B41-5A7E-FFE0-0BBE-FBC0FA63F8DB

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Valdenar

scientific name

Leinendera Carrera, 1945
status

 

Identification Key to males of Leinendera Carrera, 1945 

1. Marginal scutellar macrosetae absent ( Figs. 8View FIGURES 2–8, 25View FIGURES 20–27, 41View FIGURES 36–43)........................................................ 2

- Marginal scutellar macrosetae present ( Fig. 98View FIGURES 93–99)............................................................. 4

2. Postpedicel reddish to dark brown and black ( Figs. 38View FIGURES 36–43, 60View FIGURES 58–64); mesonotum dark brown ( Figs. 42View FIGURES 36–43, 64View FIGURES 58–64); epandrium rounded apically ( Figs. 48, 49View FIGURES 44–49, 69, 70View FIGURES 65–70); hypandrium with proximal and distal margin straight ( Figs. 51View FIGURES 50–57, 72View FIGURES 71–78, 88View FIGURES 85–92, 107View FIGURES 107–111)..................... 3

- Postpedicel completely yellow ( Figs. 5View FIGURES 2–8, 21, 22View FIGURES 20–27); mesonotum brown ( Figs. 9View FIGURES 9–11, 26View FIGURES 20–27); epandrium triangular apically ( Fig. 15View FIGURES 12–19); hypandrium with proximal margin rounded and distal margin straight ( Figs. 12, 13, 16View FIGURES 12–19)........................................... Leinendera achaeta Camargo, Vieira, Köhler & Rafael, 2016  ( Brazil: Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul)

3. Postpedicel long, about two times the length of scape and pedicel combined, stylus short, almost 1/6 of postpedicel length ( Fig. 38View FIGURES 36–43); golden yellow mesonotal stripes straight on the inner margin anteriorly ( Fig. 42View FIGURES 36–43); epandrium cheliform ( Figs. 44–50View FIGURES 44–49View FIGURES 50–57).................................................................. Leinendera carrerai  sp. n. ( Brazil: São Paulo)

- Postpedicel short, about the same length of scape and pedicel combined, stylus long, almost half of postpedicel length ( Fig. 60View FIGURES 58–64); yellowish grey mesonotal stripes with a slight curve on the inner margin anteriorly ( Fig. 64View FIGURES 58–64); epandrium digitiform ( Figs. 65–71View FIGURES 65–70View FIGURES 71–78)............................................. Leinendera mnrj  sp. n. ( Brazil: Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo)

4. Lower facial margin with black projection ( Figs. 79–82View FIGURES 79–84); base of cell r4 narrow ( Fig. 84View FIGURES 79–84); epandrium with apex backward directed ( Figs. 85–87View FIGURES 85–92); gonocoxite sub-quadrangular with a projection on the external margin ( Fig. 90View FIGURES 85–92); subepandrial sclerite with a basal plate ( Fig. 92View FIGURES 85–92); aedeagus strongly curved upward, and apex straight ( Fig. 91View FIGURES 85–92).................................................................................... Leinendera nigra Vieira, 2012  ( Brazil: Rio de Janeiro)

- Lower facial margin without a black projection ( Figs. 94, 95View FIGURES 93–99); base of cell r4 slightly narrow ( Fig. 96View FIGURES 93–99); epandrium with apex inwardly curved ( Figs. 102, 104View FIGURES 100–106); gonocoxite sub-quadrangular with a median keel backward directed ( Fig. 108View FIGURES 107–111); subepandrial sclerite simple, without projections ( Fig. 109View FIGURES 107–111); aedeagus curved upward and apex forming a hook ( Fig. 111View FIGURES 107–111)............................................ Leinendera rubra Carrera, 1945  ( Brazil: Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo)

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Asilidae