Dagualachesilla queremalensis, 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 : 560-562

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https://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3647.4.5

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scientific name

Dagualachesilla queremalensis
status

n. sp.

Dagualachesilla queremalensis n. sp.

( Figs 2 View FIGURES 1 – 3 , 17 View FIGURES 13 – 19 – 27)

Diagnosis. Male with distal end of abdomen bulbous; hypandrium with sides and posterior border distinctly thickened (Fig. 27). Posterior border of clunium, over the area of the epiproct, with an elongate, curved, spatulate posterior projection, much wider distally, with posterior border convex (Fig. 23); aedeagal arch with median process slender, elongate, acuminate (Figs 25–26). Female subgenital plate wide anteriorly, narrowing distally, to end in a small concavity ( Fig. 18 View FIGURES 13 – 19 ). IX sternum pigmented, broadly triangular; V 2 + 3 wide anteriorly, narrowing distally, with long setae along outer border ( Fig. 17 View FIGURES 13 – 19 ).

Male. Color (in 80 % ethyl alcohol). Body pale brown, compound eyes black; legs with coxae, trochanters and femora creamy, tibiae and tarsi pale brown ( Fig. 2 View FIGURES 1 – 3 ). Wings pale brown, tergal lobes of meso- and metathorax brown; abdomen creamy, with pale brown transverse rings, less pigmented ventrally; epiproct and paraprocts pale creamy brown.

Morphology. As in diagnosis, plus the following: Head with abundant setae (Fig. 22). Compound eyes prominent, with setae between the ommatidia. Forewing L/W: 2.77. Forewing pterostigma elongate, narrow anteriorly, much wider posteriorly, lp/wp: 3.09, with setae scattered in the membrane, mostly next to the costal border (Fig. 20). Areola postica broadly triangular. Hindwing L/W: 2.92 (Fig. 21). Phallosome (Figs 25-26), endophallus large, concave on sides and anteriorly, with a stout projection posteriorly in the middle; paraprocts (Figs 23, 24), broad posteriorly, sensory fields with 13 trichobothria in basal rosettes. Epiproct (Fig. 23), elongate, posteriorly rounded, with sides membranous and fields of setae mesally and along posterior border.

Measurements (in µm). FW: 2475, HW: 1900, F: 775, T: 1250, t 1: 425, t 2: 125, ctt 1: 18, Mx 4: 190, f 1: 502, f 2: 415, f 3: 310, f 4: 250, f 5: 140, f 6: 145, f 7: 135, f 8: 120, f 9: 110, f 10: 105, f 11: 112, IO: 280, D: 180, d: 247, IO/ d: 1.13, PO: 1.37.

Female. Color (in 80 % ethyl alcohol). Same as the male, subgenital plate proximally creamy, with distal third brown. Paraprocts pale brown, epiproct creamy.

Morphology. As in diagnosis, plus the following: Head as in the male. Forewing L/W: 2.71. Forewing pterostigma as in the male, lp/wp: 3.25. Areola postica as in the male. Hindwing L/W: 2.93. Subgenital plate setose, mostly anteriorly, with two mesal macrosetae ( Fig. 18 View FIGURES 13 – 19 ). Paraprocts broad, with setae as illustrated, sensory fields slightly elliptic, with 12 trichobothria issuing from basal rosettes ( Fig. 19 View FIGURES 13 – 19 ). Epiproct broadly triangular, posteriorly rounded, with field of setae as illustrated ( Fig. 19 View FIGURES 13 – 19 ).

Measurements (in µm). FW: 2850, HW: 2232, F: 775, T: 1287, t 1: 450, t 2: 137, ctt 1: 17, Mx 4: 200, f 1: 540, f 2: 450, f 3: 350, f 4: 280, f 5: 155, f 6: 140, f 7: 140, f 8: 130, f 9: 130, f 10: 110, f 11: 110, IO: 300, D: 190, d: 248, IO/ d: 1.21, PO: 1.30.

Etymology. The specific name refers to one of the localities where this species was found: El Queremal.

Material studied. Holotype male. COLOMBIA. Valle del Cauca, Buenaventura, Alto Anchicayá, ca. Murrapal (3 ° 32 ' 04.1''N: 76 ° 52 ' 22.6 ''W, 656 m.), 20.II. 2012, MUSENUV slide code 24314, J. Mendivil. Paratypes: 1 male, same data as the holotype, MUSENUV slide code 24315, J. Mendivil. 2 males, 2 females, Dagua, Queremal, El Edén (3 ° 31 ' 40.04 ''N: 76 ° 45 ' 29.5 ''W. 1290 m.), 9.XI. 2012, MUSENUV slide code 24316, O. Saenz & R. González.