Burmagomphus asahinai Kosterin, Makbun & Dawwrueng, 2012

Zhang, Hao-Miao, Kosterin, Oleg E. & Cai, Qing-Hua, 2015, New species and records of Burmagomphus Williamson, 1907 (Odonata, Gomphidae) from China, Zootaxa 3999 (1), pp. -1--1: -1

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Burmagomphus asahinai Kosterin, Makbun & Dawwrueng, 2012
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Burmagomphus asahinai Kosterin, Makbun & Dawwrueng, 2012 

Figures 40–41View FIGURES 40 – 49

Material examined. 4 ♂, 2 ♀, a stream at the gate of Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanic Garden, altitude 550 m, Menglun Town, Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan Province, 0 4 June 2013, Hao-miao Zhang leg.; 5 ♂, same site and collector, 0 6 June 2013.

Described from Cambodia and Thailand (Kosterin et al. 2012, Kosterin 2014) and now recorded from Xishuangbanna in southern Yunnan province. The Yunnan specimens are identical to the holotype from Cambodia (the type locality) in body markings but slightly larger, with the abdomen length 32–33 mm and hindwing 24–25 mm. In the beginning of June they were found at the stream about 2.5 m wide and rather open; they all perched on the leaves of small trees about 2–4 m above water from 12:00– 16:00.

Distribution. China (Yunnan: Xishuangbanna), Thailand, Cambodia and South Vietnam (Gouggah waterfall, Dalat, Lamdong Province) Karube (2015).

Species Recorded provinces (Sources) Burmagomphus apricus  sp. nov. Yunnan (this paper)

Burmagomphus arvalis ( Needham, 1930)  Jiangsu ( Needham 1930; Chao 1990) Burmagomphus asahinai Kosterin, Makbun & Dawwrueng, 2012  Yunnan (this paper)

Burmagomphus bashanensis Yang & Li, 1994  Sichuan ( Yang & Li 1994)

Burmagomphus collaris ( Needham, 1930)  Beijing (this paper), Hebei, Jiangsu, Zhejiang ( Chao

1990)

Burmagomphus dentatus  sp. nov. Yunnan (this paper)

Burmagomphus divaricatus Lieftinck, 1964  Yunnan ( Yang & Davies 1993; this paper) Burmagomphus gratiosus Chao, 1954  Fujian ( Chao 1990), Guizhou ( Zhang 2011; Kosterin et

al. 2012)

Burmagomphus intinctus ( Needham, 1930)  Fujian ( Chao 1990), Zhejiang (this paper) Burmagomphus latescens  sp. nov. Yunnan (this paper)

Burmagomphus magnus  sp. nov. Yunnan (this paper)

Burmagomphus sowerbyi ( Needham, 1930)  Fujian, Guangxi, Jiangsu, Hunan, Henan ( Chao 1990),

Guizhou ( Zhang 2011)

Burmagomphus vermicularis (Martin, 1904)  Fujian, Taiwan ( Chao 1990), Guangdong (Wilson &

Xu 2009), Hainan ( Wilson & Reels 2001), Burmagomphus williamsoni Förster, 1914  Yunnan (this paper)

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Odonata

Family

Gomphidae

Genus

Burmagomphus

Loc

Burmagomphus asahinai Kosterin, Makbun & Dawwrueng, 2012

Zhang, Hao-Miao, Kosterin, Oleg E. & Cai, Qing-Hua 2015

2015
Loc

Burmagomphus asahinai

Kosterin, Makbun & Dawwrueng 2012

2012
Loc

Burmagomphus bashanensis

Yang & Li 1994

1994
Loc

Burmagomphus divaricatus

Lieftinck 1964

1964
Loc

Burmagomphus gratiosus

Chao 1954

1954
Loc

Burmagomphus arvalis (

Needham 1930

1930
Loc

Burmagomphus collaris (

Needham 1930

1930
Loc

Burmagomphus intinctus (

Needham 1930

1930
Loc

Burmagomphus sowerbyi (

Needham 1930

1930
Loc

Burmagomphus williamsoni Förster, 1914

Forster 1914

1914
Loc

Burmagomphus vermicularis

Martin 1904

1904