Dagualachesilloides caliensis, García Aldrete, Alfonso N., Obando, Ranulfo González & Carrejo, Nancy S., 2013

García Aldrete, Alfonso N., Obando, Ranulfo González & Carrejo, Nancy S., 2013, New genera of Lachesillidae (Psocodea: ’ Psocoptera’: Eolachesillinae: Graphocaeciliini) from Valle del Cauca, Colombia, Zootaxa 3647 (4), pp. 555-566 : 562-565

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Dagualachesilloides caliensis
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n. sp.

Dagualachesilloides caliensis n. sp.

( Figs 3 View FIGURES 1 – 3 , 28– 37 View FIGURES 28 – 34 View FIGURES 35 – 37 )

Diagnosis. Posterior projection of aedeagal arch stout, blunt ended, knobbed in the middle ( Figs 33, 34 View FIGURES 28 – 34 ). Hypandrium with field of long setae on each postero-lateral corner ( Fig. 31 View FIGURES 28 – 34 ). Female IX sternum broad, almost rectangular ( Fig. 36 View FIGURES 35 – 37 ); gonapophyses wide based, narrowing distally, with outer border sclerotized ( Fig. 36 View FIGURES 35 – 37 ). Subgenital plate distally rounded, with two slender, short processes posteriorly in the middle ( Fig. 37 View FIGURES 35 – 37 ).

Male. Color (in 80 % ethyl alcohol). Body tawny brown. Compound eyes black; thorax brown, legs with coxae, trochanters and femora creamy; tibiae and tarsi pale brown. Wings almost hyaline, with a pale brown wash ( Fig. 3 View FIGURES 1 – 3 ). Tergal lobes of meso- and metathorax brown; abdomen creamy, hypandrium brown. Clunium brown, epiproct and paraprocts creamy.

Morphology. As in diagnosis, plus the following: Head with setae as illustrated, compound eyes prominent, with setae between the ommatidia ( Fig. 30 View FIGURES 28 – 34 ). Forewing L/W: 2.82. Forewing pterostigma elongate, narrow anteriorly, much wider posteriorly, lp/wp: 3.67, membrane glabrous ( Fig. 28 View FIGURES 28 – 34 ). Areola postica triangular. Hindwing L/W: 3.01 ( Fig. 29 View FIGURES 28 – 34 ). Hypandrium almost straight posteriorly, with setae as illustrated ( Fig. 31 View FIGURES 28 – 34 ). Endophallus wider anteriorly ( Figs 33, 34 View FIGURES 28 – 34 ). Paraprocts ( Fig. 32 View FIGURES 28 – 34 ), elliptic, with postero-lateral borders more sclerotized, setae as illustrated; sensory fields with 14 trichobothria in basal rosettes. Epiproct ( Fig. 32 View FIGURES 28 – 34 ), posteriorly rounded, with fields of setae mesally and along posterior border, with four macrosetae.

Measurements (in µm). FW: 2700, HW: 2032, F: 725, T: 1150, t 1: 450, t 2: 125, ctt 1: 18, Mx 4: 150, f 1: 490, f 2: 430, f 3: 300, f 4: 240, f 5: 155, f 6: 150, f 7: 140, f 8: 130, f 9: 120, f 10: 120, f 11: 120, IO: 300, D: 170, d: 220, IO/ d: 1.36, PO: 1.29.

Female. Color (in 80 % ethyl alcohol). Essentially same as the male. Subgenital plate, paraprocts and epiproct creamy.

Morphology. As in diagnosis, plus the following: Head as in the male. L/W: 2.72. Forewing pterostigma elongate, as in the male, lp/wp: 3.22, glabrous. Areola postica triangular. Hindwing L/W: 2.95. Subgenital plate broad, setose as illustrated, with two macrosetae mesally on the apical third ( Fig. 37 View FIGURES 35 – 37 ). Paraprocts almost elliptic, with setae as illustrated, sensory fields slightly elliptic, with 14 trichobothria issuing from basal rosettes ( Fig. 35 View FIGURES 35 – 37 ). Epiproct with posterior border rounded, with a field of setae mesally, and setae along sides and along posterior border ( Fig. 35 View FIGURES 35 – 37 ).

Measurements (in µm). FW: 3262, HW: 2430, F: 805, T: 1312, t 1: 512, t 2: 132, ctt 1: 21, Mx 4: 210, f 1: 570, f 2: 467, f 3: 350, f 4: 285, f 5: 180, f 6: 180, f 7: 150, f 8: 145, f 9: 125, f 10: 125, f 11: 130, IO: 350, D: 170, d: 250, IO/ d: 1.40, PO: 1.47.

Etymology. T he specific name refers to the municipality of Cali, where this species was found.

Material studied. Holotype male. COLOMBIA. Valle del Cauca, Kilómetro 18, towards Zíngara (03° 30 ’ 38.3 ’’N: 76 ° 37 ’ 13.8 ’’W, 1990 m.), 12.VI. 2012, MUSENUV slide code 24317, R. González. Paratypes: 19 females, 16 males, Santiago de Cali, San Antonio Forest (03° 29 ’ 23.5 ’’N: 76 ° 37 ’ 39.4 ’’W, 2135-2145 m.), 23.V. 2012, MUSENUV slide code 24318, 24319, R. González. 1 male, (03° 26 ’04.9’’N: 76 ° 38 ’03.7’’W, 1818 m.), 12.I. 2013, R. González, 3 males. Santiago de Cali, Los Andes (Charco Azul) (03° 25 ’ 21.7 ’’N: 76 ° 37 ’00.1’’W, 1687 m.), 23.I. 2013, MUSENUV vial code 24320, R. González.

Key to the genera of Graphocaeciliini and to the species of Dagualachesilla and Dagualachesilloides (Modified from Mockford & Sullivan (1986) and from García Aldrete (2012 ))

1. Ocelli present....................................................................................... 2

- Ocelli absent........................................................................................ 4

2. Forewing areola postica joined to M for a short distance.................................... Anomopsocus Roesler

-. Forewing areola postica free from M..................................................................... 3

3. Aedeagus broad and truncated distally; V 2 + 3 terminating as a slender process........ Mesolachesilla Mockford & Sullivan

-. Aedeagus terminating in an acuminate process; V 2 + 3 broadly rounded distally.............. Graphocaecilius Enderlein

4. Forewing areola postica joined to M for a short distance........... Anomolachesilla García Aldrete, González & Carrejo

-. Forewing areola postica free from M..................................................................... 5

5. Phallosome closed anteriorly........................................................................... 6

-. Phallosome open anteriorly; clunium with one tubular projection between each paraproct and epiproct, and with one broad projection, with a median posterior concavity, over the area of the epiproct................. Cuzcolachesilla García Aldrete

6. Posterior border of clunium, over the area of the epiproct, with a broad, elongate, curved, spatulate posterior projection or slightly thickened ( Figs 12 View FIGURES 4 – 12 , 23, 32); female subgenital plate posteriorly with a small concavity or with two small projections ( Figs 16, 18 View FIGURES 13 – 19 , 37 View FIGURES 35 – 37 )..................................................................................... 7

- Posterior border of clunium not thickened, and not projected posteriorly as above; female subgenital plate not as above... 9

7. Posterior border of clunium, over the area of the epiproct, with a broad, elongate, curved, spatulate posterior projection ( Figs 12 View FIGURES 4 – 12 , 23); external parameres with a slender distal process ( Figs 10, 11 View FIGURES 4 – 12 & 25, 26); female subgenital plate posteriorly rounded, with a median concavity in the middle of posterior border ( Fig. 16 View FIGURES 13 – 19 ), or broadly triangular, with a median small concavity flanked by short processes ( Fig. 18 View FIGURES 13 – 19 ) Dagualachesilla ....................................................... 8

- Posterior border of clunium, over the area of the epiproct, sligtly thickened, not projected posteriorly ( Fig. 32 View FIGURES 28 – 34 ); external parameres distally blunt, without process as above ( Figs 33, 34 View FIGURES 28 – 34 ); female subgenital plate posteriorly rounded, with two small, slender processes ( Fig. 37 View FIGURES 35 – 37 ) Dagualachesilloides caliensis García Aldrete, González & Carrejo

8. Median posterior process of aedeagal arch short and stout ( Figs 10, 11 View FIGURES 4 – 12 ); female subgenital plate posteriorly rounded, with relatively large median concavity ( Fig. 16 View FIGURES 13 – 19 ) D. anchicayaensis García Aldrete, González & Carrejo

- Median posterior process of aedeagal arch slender and elongate (Figs 25, 26); female subgenital plate longitudinally elongate, broadly triangular, ending apically in a small concavity ( Fig. 18 View FIGURES 13 – 19 )..... D. queremalensis García Aldrete, González & Carrejo

9. Phallosome distinctly stemmed anteriorly, or anteriorly round, slightly extended; endophallus with some minute denticles and some larger sclerites................................................................................. 10

-. Phallosome anteriorly flat; endophallic sclerites entirely minute denticles....................................... 11

10. Phallosome with distinct anterior stem................................................................... 12

-. Phallosome round anteriorly or slightly extended anteriorly.................................................. 13

11. Aedeagus terminating in a pointed or knobbed process; arms of aedeagus ribbon-like, capable of pleat-folding; each arm joining base of phallosome on lateral side of strut to external paramere Prolachesilla Mockford & Sullivan

-. Aedeagus forming a broad arch distally; arms of aedeagus stout, joining external parameres on median surfaces of the latter........................................................................ Notolachesilla Mockford & Sullivan

12. Aedeagus rounded, endophallus with four sclerites, two small and two large; male clunium with a large triangular projection, flanked by sclerotized rods, over the area of the epiproct, also, a sclerotized rod next each paraproct, on outer edge......................................................................... Amazolachesilla García Aldrete & Mockford

-. Aedeagus extended posteriorly in the middle; male clunium slightly extended over base of epiproct as a short shelf.............................................................................. Nanolachesilla Mockford & Sullivan

13. Aedeagus terminating in a broad knob; male clunium slightly extended over base of epiproct to form an obtusely concave projection; endophallus with two large, chelate sclerites and many minute denticles...... Antilachesilla Mockford & Sullivan

-. Aedeagus a heavily sclerotized piece, terminating in a broad process bifid at its tip; male clunial projections over base of paraprocts and epiproct complex; endophallus with numerous, large chelate sclerites and many minute denticles..................................................................................... Tricholachesilla Mockford & Sullivan