Bamboosiella

Dang, Li-Hong & Qiao, Ge-Xia, 2016, Species of the Poaceae-associated genus Bamboosiella (Thysanoptera, Phlaeothripidae) from China, with three new species, Zootaxa 4184 (3), pp. 541-552: 542-543

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http://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4184.3.8

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Bamboosiella
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Key to Bamboosiella  species from China

1. Large-body, head much longer than wide, and cheeks with spinulose setae ( Figs 1–2View FIGURES 1 – 6, 9View FIGURES 7 – 12, 55–57View FIGURES 55 – 66); median antennal segments elongate ( Figs 13–14View FIGURES 13 – 28, 29View FIGURES 29 – 46)............................................................................... 2

-. Small-body, head almost as long as wide, and cheeks smooth ( Figs 3–8, 10–11View FIGURES 1 – 6View FIGURES 7 – 12, 58–64View FIGURES 55 – 66); antennal segments short ( Figs 15–19View FIGURES 13 – 28, 30–32View FIGURES 29 – 46).............................................................................................. 4

2. Major body setae pointed at tip ( Fig. 9View FIGURES 7 – 12); head slightly constricted behind eyes ( Fig. 55View FIGURES 55 – 66).................... magnus  sp.n.

-. Major body setae expanded at tip ( Figs 1–2View FIGURES 1 – 6); head not constricted behind eyes ( Figs 56–57View FIGURES 55 – 66).......................... 3

3. Body brown except abdominal segments II –III yellow ( Fig. 56View FIGURES 55 – 66); anal setae almost as long as tube ( Fig. 49View FIGURES 47 – 54)......... fasciata 

-. Body brown except abdominal segments I –VI yellow ( Fig. 57View FIGURES 55 – 66); anal setae about 1.5 times as long as tube ( Fig. 47View FIGURES 47 – 54) bicoloripes 

4. Body uniformly brown ( Fig. 64View FIGURES 55 – 66)....................................................................... varia 

-. Body bicoloured...................................................................................... 5

5. Pronotal am well developed, expanded ( Figs 3–5View FIGURES 1 – 6, 7–8View FIGURES 7 – 12)........................................................ 6

-. Pronotal am reduced to short and pointed ( Figs 6View FIGURES 1 – 6, 10–11View FIGURES 7 – 12)...................................................... 9

6. Fore wings without duplicated cilia................................................................ cingulata 

-. Fore wings with duplicated cilia.......................................................................... 7

7. Thorax yellow to light brown, clearly lighter than dark brown head ( Fig. 61View FIGURES 55 – 66); all legs yellow ( Fig. 61View FIGURES 55 – 66)........... semiflava 

-. Thorax brown and concolorous with head; not all legs yellow................................................... 8

8. Abdominal segments I –VIII uniformly yellow, IX brown with yellow markings at anterior half ( Fig. 60View FIGURES 55 – 66)......... flavescens 

-. Abdominal segments I –II yellow, other segments light brown to brown ( Fig. 63View FIGURES 55 – 66)............................... nayari 

9. Pronotum yellow, lighter than brown head ( Fig. 62View FIGURES 55 – 66); anal setae about 2.0 times as long as tube ( Fig. 54View FIGURES 47 – 54)...... longisetis  sp.n.

-. Pronotum brown and concolorous with head ( Figs 58–59View FIGURES 55 – 66); anal setae slightly shorter than tube ( Figs 12View FIGURES 7 – 12, 27View FIGURES 13 – 28)............ 10

10. Antennal segment IV brown with yellow at base, V brown; abdominal segments I –VI yellow ( Fig. 59View FIGURES 55 – 66); base of antennal segment VIII constricted, clearly separate from VII ( Fig. 15View FIGURES 13 – 28)................................................. exastis 

-. Antennal segment IV brown with yellow at base, V yellow; abdominal segments I –IX yellow, sometimes IX bicoloured ( Fig. 58View FIGURES 55 – 66); antennal segments VII –VIII broadly joined ( Fig. 19View FIGURES 13 – 28).......................................... antennatus  sp.n.