Otiorhynchus GERMAR, 1822

Gosik, Rafał & Sprick, Peter, 2013, Morphology and identification of the pupae of several species of soil-dwelling broad-nosed weevils from Central Europe (Coleoptera, Curculionidae, Entiminae), Zootaxa 3731 (4), pp. 445-472: 469

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3731.4.2

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:25C82ABE-5F1C-409D-B5BB-98BC6511EEE4

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/2610DD7B-FFE1-FFF1-FF02-F29CC3E1F8BB

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Otiorhynchus GERMAR, 1822
status

 

Key to the pupae of selected species of the genus Otiorhynchus GERMAR, 1822 

(updated from Gosik & Sprick (2012 ))

Based on descriptions of: O. ovatus  , O. rotundus  , O. rugosostriatus  (Scherf 1964); O. armadillo  , O. aurifer  , O. crataegi  , O. meridionalis  , O. porcatus  , O. salicicola  , O. sulcatus (Gosik & Sprick 2012)  ; O. dieckmanni  and O. tenebricosus  form lugdunensis (present paper).

Included in this key are all available, sufficient descriptions (and/or detailed illustrations) of genera present in the Western Palaearctic region.

1. Apical setae (as 1 and as 2) almost of equal length............................................................. 2

- Apical seta (as 1) more than 3 times shorter than as 2 or absent................................................... 8

2. Rostrum, mouthparts and abdomen without setae............................ O. (Pocodalemes) crataegi Germar, 1824 

- Setae on rostrum and abdomen well visible................................................................. 3

3. Rostrum with 2 pairs of setae............................................. O. (Pendragon) ovatus (Linnaeus, 1758) 

- Rostrum with 3 pairs of setae............................................................................ 4

4. Os 1 3 times shorter than vs or absent, body length (usually) over 9 mm .......... O. (Dorymerus) sulcatus (Fabricius, 1775) 

- Orbital setae (os 1) almost as big as vertical setae (vs), body length (usually) under 9 mm ............................. 5

5. Sos absent....................................................... O. (Zustalestus) rugosostriatus (Goeze, 1777) 

- Superorbital setae (sos) present........................................................................... 6

6. Pls absent............................................................. O. (Proremus) rotundus Marseul, 1872 

- Posterolateral setae (pls) present.......................................................................... 7

7. Body length under 5 mm. Head and rostrum with 2 pairs: pas 1-2 and os 1-2; pronotal setae different in shape and length............................................................................ O. (Lolatismus) porcatus (Herbst, 1795) 

- Body length over 6 mm. Head and rostrum with a pair of pas 1 and os 1; all pronotal setae with curved apical parts, almost equal in length ( Fig. 40View FIGURES 38 – 41)................................................ O. (Arammichnus) dieckmanni Magnano, 1979 

8. Pseudocerci strongly curved out......................................... O. (Otiorhynchus) aurifer Boheman, 1843 

- Pseudocerci curved inward............................................................................... 9

9. Ab. VII and VIII with 5 pairs of dorsal setae, almost equal in length, distributed along the posterior margin.............. 10

- Ab. VII and VIII with 6 pairs of dorsal setae, almost equal in length, distributed along the posterior margin............. 11

10. Macrosetae of head, rostrum and pronotum with curved apical parts; dorsal setae on abdominal segments I–VI very short, spine-like......................................................... .. O. (Otiorhynchus) salicicola Heyden, 1908 

- Macrosetae of head, rostrum and pronotum straight (without curved apical parts); dorsal setae on abdominal segments I–VI elongate ( Figs 35–37View FIGURES 35 – 37. O)................... O. (Otiorhynchus) tenebricosus (Herbst, 1784)  form lugdunensis Boheman, 1843

11. Ocelli oval.......................................................... O. (Otiorhynchus) armadillo (Rossi, 1792) 

- Ocelli narrow, reniform........................................... O. (Otiorhynchus) meridionalis Gyllenhal, 1834