Oryctini

Moreno, Jhon César Neita & Orozco, Jesús, 2009, Larval and pupal descriptions for the genera Podischnus and Heterogomphus (Scarabaeidae: Dynastinae: Oryctini), Zootaxa 2168, pp. 34-44 : 43-44

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.189152

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5689952

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/03FDBD10-DC7E-FF96-FF4B-F8E3FA398F2A

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Plazi

scientific name

Oryctini
status

 

Key to third-instar larvae of New World Oryctini genera

1 Anterior frontal setae absent ......................................................................................................................................... 2

- Anterior frontal setae present....................................................................................................................................... 3

2 Each tarsal claw with 2 setae. Claws long and slender. Laeotorma without apex dilated towards pedium ................... ................................................................................................................................................................ Coelosis Hope

- Each tarsal claw with 4 setae. Claws short and stout. Laeotorma with apex dilated towards pedium........................... .............................................................................................................................................................. Strategus Kirby

3 Abdominal spiracles on segments I–VIII similar in size............................................................................................. 6

- Abdominal spiracles on segments I–VIII different in size .......................................................................................... 4

4 Each tarsal claw with 2 setae ....................................................................................................................................... 5

- Each tarsal claw with 4 setae .............................................................................. Heterogomphus Burmeister (in part).

5 Left mandible with third and fourth incisive teeth entire. Spiracles on abdominal segments VII and VIII smaller than those on preceding segments. Antennomere 4 with 5–9 dorsal sensory spots .... Heterogomphus Burmeister (in part).

- Left mandible with third and fourth incisive teeth notched. Spiracles on abdominal segments VII and VIII larger than those on preceding segments. Antennomere 4 with 10 dorsal sensory spots ............................ Podischnus Burmeister

6 Laeotorma with apex dilated towards pedium. Antennomere 4 with 12 dorsal sensory spots................ Enema Hope

- Laeotorma with apex not dilated. Antennomere 4 with 2–5 dorsal sensory spots ............................... Xyloryctes Hope

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Scarabaeidae