Rhumosa admiralrodneyei

Hugel, Sylvain & Desutter-Grandcolas, Laure, 2018, A new genus and five new species of Anostostomatidae from the Lesser Antilles (Orthoptera: Ensifera), Zootaxa 4425 (3), pp. 511-526: 522

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4425.3.5

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:F11D82EC-084C-4575-8AE1-104139D6AAEF

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/22711315-BB2D-FFA1-FF56-FE59B86FFA85

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Rhumosa admiralrodneyei
status

n. gen.

Rhumosa admiralrodneyei  n. gen. n. sp.

Fig. 13 – 16 View Figure , 33 – 35 View Figure , 56 – 60 View Figure , 78 – 81 View Figure , 92 – 93 View Figure , 99 View Figure , Tab. 4. http://lsid.speciesfile.org/urn:lsid: Orthoptera  .speciesfile.org:TaxonName:502774

Rhumosa admiralrodneyei  n. gen. n. sp., here described.

Holotype male. Lesser Antilles, Sainte Lucie, Des Cartiers Trail; 13.836°N, 60.978°O, 380 m alt., 26.vii.2014; S. Hugel leg., (2014SLU SH 0 74, ♂), MNHN (MNHN-EO-ENSIF7108).

Paratypes. same as holotype, 26.vii.2014, S. Hugel leg., (2014SLU SH 0 75, ♀, Allotype), MNHNAbout MNHN (MNHN- EO-ENSIF7109). Sainte Lucie , Haut de Migny, 13.840°N, 61.000°W, 580 m alt., 27.vii.2014, S. Hugel leg., (2014 SLUAbout SLU SH 0 96, ♀) coll. SH.GoogleMaps 

Other specimen examined. 27.vii.2014; S. Hugel leg., (2014SLU SH 097), ♂ (juv), coll. SH.

Diagnosis. Apex of fastigium rounded ( Fig. 16 View Figure ); fore femur with 1 dorsal inner subapical spur (in addition to 1 dorsal inner apical spur, Fig. 33 View Figure ); male X th abdominal tergite with a gap between hooks ( Fig. 59 View Figure ); male epiproct distal margin triangular ( Fig. 59 View Figure ); female subgenital plate triangular, about twice as wide as long ( Fig. 91 View Figure ); tibiae and distal part of femora brown in living animals ( Fig. 99 View Figure ).

Description. Apex of fastigium rounded ( Fig. 16 View Figure ); fore femur with 1 dorsal inner subapical spur (in addition to 1 dorsal inner apical spur, Fig. 33 View Figure ); hind femur short and wide for the genus, 3.1 – 3.5 times as long as wide, with 12 – 13 chevron ridges; hind tibia with 12 inner and 14 outer dorsal spines. Tibiae and distal part of femora brown when alive ( Fig. 99 View Figure ). Male. X th abdominal tergite with a gap between the hooks, contact between the two lobes average for the genus ( Fig. 59 View Figure ); paraprocts with a minute terminal (median) spine ( Fig. 81 View Figure ); epiproct diamondshaped with a transversal rim in the middle ( Fig. 56 View Figure ). Epiphallic apodeme with anterior part widened (side view, Fig. 79 View Figure ); distal part with a bilobate inward projection ( Fig. 80 View Figure ). Female. Subgenital plate triangular, about twice as wide as long ( Fig. 93 View Figure ). Ovispositor short for the genus ( Fig. 92 View Figure ).

MNHN

Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle

SLU

Southeastern Louisiana University, Vertebrate Museum