Bamboosiella

Zhao, Chao, Wang, Zhaohong & Tong, Xiaoli, 2018, Three new species and three new records of the genus Bamboosiella from China (Thysanoptera: Phlaeothripidae), Zootaxa 4514 (2), pp. 167-180: 167-168

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4514.2.2

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:39DB03CC-B664-4BEB-B923-7EA59C5C4169

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/191D2257-7724-FFF0-FF55-8641FA0140EE

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Plazi

scientific name

Bamboosiella
status

 

Key to Bamboosiella  species from China

1. Head at least more than 1.4 times as long as wide; antennal segment IV at least 2.0 times as long as wide; fore tarsal tooth present in both sexes...................................................................................... 2

-. Head almost as long as wide, sometimes wider than long; antennal segment IV less than 2.0 times as long as wide; fore tarsal tooth present or absent................................................................................. 6

2. Body uniformly brown ( Figs 41, 42View FIGURES 37–44); antennal segments I–VIII brown except III yellow and IV–VI bicoloured; pronotal am reduced to minute setae, other major setae developed with blunt apex; sub-basal wing setae S1 and S2 weakly blunt, S3 pointed apically................................................................................... lewisi 

-. Body bicoloured ( Fig. 11View FIGURES 9–12)............................................................................... 3

3. Fore tibiae with a sub-apical tubercle ( Figs 29, 30View FIGURES 27–30); abdominal segments II–IX uniformly yellow ( Figs 43, 44View FIGURES 37–44).... xiphophora 

-. Fore tibiae without a sub-apical tubercle; abdominal segments II–IX bicoloured?brown and yellow..................... 4

4. Postocular setae longer than eye, pointed apically; antennal segments IV–VI brown with basal half yellow; sub-basal wing setae S1–S3 pointed apically....................................................................... magnus

-. Postocular setae distinctly short than eye, expended apically; antennal segments IV–VI uniformly yellow; sub-basal wing setae S1–S3 expanded apically............................................................................... 5

5. Abdominal segments brown except II–III yellow ( Figs 39, 40View FIGURES 37–44)............................................. fasciata 

-. Abdominal segments brown except II–VI yellow..................................................... bicoloripes

6. Pronotal am reduced to minute setae and pointed apically..................................................... 7

-. Pronotal am well-developed and expanded apically......................................................... 11

7. Postocular setae expanded at apex........................................................................ 8

-. Postocular setae pointed apically......................................................................... 9

8. Antennal segments IV–VIII brown except IV with basal 1/3 and V with basal 1/4 yellow ( Fig. 8View FIGURES 3–8); abdominal segments uniformly yellow except the tube............................................................... caudibruna  sp. n.

-. Antennal segment V yellow, IV and VI brown with basal 1/4 yellow, VII–VIII brown; abdominal segments yellow except for III–IV each with a pale brown marking laterally..................................................... antennatus

9. Pronotum much paler than brown head and pterothorax; abdominal segments III–VII each with a pale brown marking anteromedially; anal setae about 2.0 times longer than the tube................................................ longisetis

-. Head and thorax brown; anal setae slightly longer than the tube, much less than 2.0 times as long as tube............... 10

10. Abdominal segments III–V each with a pale brown marking anteromedially; pronotal aa, ml and pa well-developed and expanded apically; fore tarsal tooth absent in both sexes.................................................. exastis 

-. Abdominal segments III–VI each with a pale brown marking anteromedially; pronotal aa, ml and pa setae reduced to short and pointed apically; fore tarsal tooth present in male........................................................ brevis 

11. Body uniformly brown................................................................................ 12

-. Body bicoloured..................................................................................... 13

12. Antennal segments I–VIII brown except segment III yellow; pronotum almost smooth; metanotum with polygonal reticulation................................................................................................. varia 

-. Antennal segments I–VIII brown except segment III yellow at basal half; pronotum covered with irregular sculpture entirely ( Fig. 21View FIGURES 20–26); metanotum with narrow spaced longitudinal anastomosing striae ( Fig. 23View FIGURES 20–26)...................... sculpta  sp. n.

13. Fore wings without duplicated cilia; abdominal tergite IX setae S1 pointed apically.......................... cingulata

-. Fore wings with duplicated cilia; abdominal tergite IX setae S1 expanded apically................................. 14

14. Head dark brown, thorax yellowish brown, much paler than head; all legs yellow............................ semiflava

-. Head brown concolorous with thorax; not all legs yellow..................................................... 15

15. Antennal segments I–VIII brown except III yellow; abdominal segments I–II yellow, other segments light brown to brown.................................................................................................. nayari

-. Antennal segments I–VIII brown except III yellow and IV–VI bicoloured; Abdominal segments I–VIII uniformly yellow, IX light brown with yellow markings at anterior half........................................................... 16

16. Head covered with reticulation entirely; pronotal am as long as aa; abdominal segments III–VIII each with pale brown anteromedian marking............................................................................. rugata  sp. n.

-. Dorsal surface of head smooth medially; pronotal am much longer than aa; abdominal segments III–VIII without pale brown anteromedian marking........................................................................... flavescens