Inpauema mirador

Limeira-De-Oliveira, Francisco, Marques, Dayse W. A., Reis, Geniana A. & Rafael, José A., 2017, Inpauema, a new genus of Odiniidae (Diptera) from Brazil, with description of five new species, Zootaxa 4362 (4), pp. 517-534: 521-524

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4362.4.3

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:91A89F3F-8F74-4608-AEA1-590A392AD78E

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/165BA25A-FFC3-252B-20E5-50C1FD1453C3

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Plazi

scientific name

Inpauema mirador
status

sp. nov.

Inpauema mirador  , sp. nov.

( Figs 1–14View FIGURES 1–6View FIGURES 7–14)

Etymology. The noun in apposition refers to the place where the specimens were collected, Parque Estadual do Mirador, Maranhão state, Brazil.

Holotype ♂. Body length: 4.4 mm.

Diagnosis. Frontal pruinosity velvety black. Palpus light brown to brown, orange on distal half. Tergite 6 about 4X shorter than syntergosternite 7+8, longer laterally.

Head ( Figs 1–3View FIGURES 1–6). Frontal pruinosity velvety black, with evanescent dorsal vitta projecting laterally to ocellar triangle ( Fig. 2View FIGURES 1–6). Height 1.66X the length; width 1.5X the height. Frons 1.8X wider than long. Fronto-orbital plate with gray-yellowish pruinosity in frontal view ( Fig. 2View FIGURES 1–6). Genal groove area brown, large, bare; gena predominantly gray pruinose; postgena with brown pruinosity ( Fig. 3View FIGURES 1–6). Antenna with arista yellowish at base ( Fig. 3View FIGURES 1–6). Palpus light brown to brown, orange on distal half.

Thorax. Mesonotum dark brown to black; when seen from dorsal view and with lateral and dorsal incident light with dense gray pruinose stripe between dorsocentral setae, reaching third dorsocentral setae pair ( Fig. 4View FIGURES 1–6); when seen with anterior incident light also with distinct gray pruinosity on posterior margin. Scutellum dark brown to black; in dorsal view with distinct gray pruinosity when seen under anterior incident light. Legs ( Fig. 1View FIGURES 1–6). Coxae and femora brown to dark brown. Tibiae light brown, yellowish on proximal ¼. Tarsi dark yellow to light brown. Wing ( Fig. 5View FIGURES 1–6). Mainly hyaline, slightly brown infuscated on cell c and beginning of cell r1. Length 3.5 mm, width 1.3 mm, 2.7X longer than wide.

Abdomen ( Fig. 6View FIGURES 1–6). Male terminalia. Tergite 6 narrow dorsally, about 4X shorter than syntergosternite 7+8, longer laterally ( Figs 7–8View FIGURES 7–14). Epandrium with scattered setae on posterior half. Cercus ( Figs 7–9View FIGURES 7–14) longer than midlongitudinal line of epandrium, divergent distally, with sparse setae on anterior margin and outer surface. Hypandrium 3X longer than epandrium ( Figs 9–10View FIGURES 7–14). Phallapodeme 2.23X longer than hypandrium ( Fig. 9View FIGURES 7–14). Basiphallus almost as long as distiphallus ( Figs 7, 9View FIGURES 7–14). Distiphallus suboval and slightly bilobate distally in ventral view ( Figs 8, 10, 12View FIGURES 7–14). In ventral view, pregonite with distal mesial keel with margin nearly truncate; postgonite subtriangular ( Fig. 10View FIGURES 7–14). Gonocoxal apodemes upward directed, apparently loosely fused when seen from posterior view ( Fig. 11View FIGURES 7–14).

Female similar to male. Terminalia ( Figs 13–14View FIGURES 7–14). Tergite 6 as in the male. Sternite 6 with small median triangular sclerite, with the point directed posteriorly, bare; with two posterolateral small sclerites, weakly sclerotized. Tergite 7 strongly fused with sternite 7; posterior ¾ with long, thin and sparse setae. Epiproct small, plate-like. Cerci brown setose, separated, elongated and thin.

Variations. Male (n = 4). Body length 3.62−5.32, mean 4.75 mm; Wing length 3.22−4.74, mean 4.19 mm; wing width 1.09−2.50, mean 1.69 mm. Female (n = 4). Body length 3.25−4.67, mean 4.16 mm; wing length 3.38−4.51, mean 3.97 mm; wing width 1.14−1.49, mean 1.34 mm.

Type material. Holotype ♂ (pinned, very good condition), deposited in CZMA: “ Brasil, MA[ranhão], Mirador, Parque Est.[adual] Mirador , Base da Geraldina, 419 m, 06°37'25"S, 45°52'08"W, Armadilha suspensa, 15–30.ix.2014, F. Limeira-de-Oliveira, L. L. M. Santos & L. S. Santos ”GoogleMaps  . Paratypes: same data as holotype (1 ♂ CZMA)GoogleMaps  ; idem, 402 m, 06°35'58"S, 45°50'49"W, 02–12.viii.2013 (2 ♂, 2 ♀ CZMA); idem, Armadilha de Malaise (1 ♀ CZMA)  ; idem, 01–15.ix.2013 (1 ♀ INPA); idem, 15–30.ix.2013 (1 ♂ CZMA); idem, 416 m, 06°37'48"S, 45°52'49"W, Armadilha Suspensa , 10–20.xii.2013, F. Limeira-de-Oliveira, L. L. M. Santos & T. L. Rocha (1 ♂ INPAAbout INPA)GoogleMaps  ; idem, 01–10.xii.2013 (1 ♂ CZMA); idem, 419 m, 06°37'25"S, 45°52'08"W (1 ♀ INPA); idem, F. Limeirade-Oliveira, L. L. M. Santos & L. S. Santos (1 ♀ CZMA); idem, 14–18.viii.2012, F. Limeira-de-Oliveira, J. S. Pinto Júnior & D. W. A. Marques (2 ♂, 2 ♀ CZMA); idem, Armadilha de Malaise (1 ♂, 1 ♀ INPAAbout INPA, 2 ♀ CZMA)  ; idem, 411 m, 06°37'06"S, 45°51'51"W, Armadilha suspensa, 02–12.viii.2013, F. Limeira-de-Oliveira, L. L. M. Santos & L. S. Santos (1 ♀ CZMA)GoogleMaps  .

Geographical record. Brazil (Maranhão).

INPA

Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Odiniidae

Genus

Inpauema