Pagastia Oliver, 1959

Makarchenko, Eugenyi A., Semenchenko, Alexander A. & Palatov, Dmitry M., 2021, New species and findings of Pagastia Oliver (Diptera: Chironomidae: Diamesinae) from Central Asia, with DNA barcoding of known species of the genus, Zootaxa 4951 (3), pp. 559-570 : 561

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4951.3.8

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:84F55133-748D-4EC8-9EC5-9EC9E5088ECC

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4685083

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/261DBB48-FF82-FFA5-758F-FD4BFA77F8E8

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Plazi

scientific name

Pagastia Oliver
status

 

Key to the known species of Pagastia Oliver

Males

1. Eyes hairy. Aedeagal lobes reduced (subgenus Hesperodiamesa Sublette ). Basal lobe of gonocoxite small................................................................... P. (H.) sequax (Garrett, 1925) ( Makarchenko 2019, Fig. 18)

- Eyes bare or pubescent. One or two aedeagal lobes present (subgenus Pagastia Oliver ). Basal lobe of gonocoxite large... 2

2. Both median and lateral aedeagal lobes present.............................................................. 3

- Only lateral aedeagal lobe present........................................................................ 8

3. Antepronotum with dorsal and lateral setae in widely separated groups. Median aedeagal lobe digitated, widest in distal part or wedge-shaped and widest at base......................................................................... 5

- Antepronotum completely covered with setae. Median aedeagal lobe widest medially, with apex forming a sharp hook or wedge-shaped, with fingerlike apex....................................................................... 4

4. Median aedeagal lobe widest medially, then tapering abruptly and with the apex forming a sharp hook............................................................. P. (Pagastia) partica (Roback, 1957) ( Makarchenko 2019, Figs.16 View FIGURE 16 –17)

- Median aedeagal lobe wedge-shaped, with finger-like apex............................ P. (P.) hanseni sp. nov. ( Fig. 7 View FIGURES 1–7 )

5. Median aedeagal lobe digitated, widest in distal part......................................................... 6

- Median aedeagal lobe wedge-shaped, with toothed apex...................... P. (P.) caelestomontana sp. nov. ( Fig. 2 View FIGURES 1–7 )

6. Gonostylus subapical with “heel”.................. P. (P.) nivis (Tokunaga, 1936) ( Makarchenko 2006, Fig. 180, 5–10)

- Gonostylus subapical without “heel”..................................................................... 7

7. Apex of the gonostylus is angled............... P. (P.) orientalis (Tshernovskij, 1949) ( Makarchenko 2006, Fig. 181, 1–5)

- Apex of the gonostylus is broadly rounded.............................................................................................. P. (P.) altaica Makarchenko, Kerkis et Ivanchenko, 1997 ( Makarchenko et al. 1997, Fig. 1 View FIGURES 1–7 )

8. Anal point absent. Alula as well as M

1+2

, M

3+4

, and Cu

1

of wing with setae................................................................................. P. (P.) subletteorum Makarchenko ( Makarchenko 2019, Figs. 1–6 View FIGURES 1–7 , 19–20)

- Anal point present. Alula and M 1+2, M 3+4, Cu 1 without setae.................................................... 9

9. Anal point almost parallel-sided in dorsal view; lateral aedeagal lobe tapering to thin apex.......................... 10

- Anal point tapering to apex; lateral aedeagal lobe broad in distal part........................................... 12

10. Anal point with rounded apex and without apical peg ... P. (P.) orthogonia Oliver, 1959 ( Makarchenko 2019, Figs. 7–13 View FIGURES 1–7 View FIGURES 8–11 View FIGURES 12–15 , 21)

- Anal point with pointed apical peg....................................................................... 11

11. Gonostylus with small basal lobe in outer side; apical part rounded, without “heel”. AR 1.56–1.75........................................................................... P. (P.) hidakamontana Endo, 2004 ( Endo 2004, Figs. 1–6 View FIGURES 1–7 )

- Gonostylus with rounded basal lobe in outer side and with lobe like “heel” in apical part. AR 1.22–1.26......................................... P. (P.) donoliveri Makarchenko et Hansen, 2020 ( Makarchenko & Hansen 2020, Figs. 4, 6–7 View FIGURES 1–7 , 9 View FIGURES 8–11 )

12. Anal point narrow, tapering to pointed apex, without apical peg; gonostylus in basal part with outer angle-shaped projection. AR 2.18–2.42................. P. (P.) tianmumontana Makarchenko et Wang, 2017 ( Makarchenko &Wang 2017, Fig. 17)

- Anal point widest in basal part and thin apically, pointed and sometimes with apical peg; gonostylus without outer basal projec- tion and with rounded apex. AR 1.81–2.10........ P. (P.) lanceolata (Tokunaga, 1936) ( Makarchenko 2006, Fig. 180, 1–4)

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Chironomidae