Goera lepidoptera Schmid 1965

Nozaki, Takao & Tanida, Kazumi, 2006, The genus Goera Stephens (Trichoptera: Goeridae) in Japan, Zootaxa 1339, pp. 1-29: 16

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10.5281/zenodo.174356

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scientific name

Goera lepidoptera Schmid 1965
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Goera lepidoptera Schmid 1965 

Fig. 8View FIGURES 7 – 9. 7

Goera lepidoptera Schmid 1965  , 35, male.

Adult. General description as for G. k y o t o n i s.

Male genitalia. Median dorsal process slender, club-like in dorsal aspect. Paired ventrolateral processes asymmetrical, with acute apices, curved inward in dorsal aspect; right process slightly shorter than left, mostly unpigmented except for apex. Inferior appendage similar to that of G. kyotonis  , but processes of distal segment slightly slender than those of latter. Phallus similar to that of G. k y o t o n i s, but distal end of ejaculatory duct open at apical 2 / 5.

Female genitalia. Spermathecal plate slender, approximately 3 / 4 length as gonopod plate, with rounded plate anteriorly; pair of strongly screlotized area present at 2 / 3 anterolateral side with small swelling.

Larva. Indistinguishable from G. kyotonis  .

Specimens examined. Miyagi: 2 males, 1 female, Yoko-kawa, 500 m a.s.l., Shichigashuku-machi, 5.vii. 1998, T. Hattori ( BJAAbout BJA); Yamagata: 1 male, 1 female, Oisawa, Nishikawa-machi, larvae collected on 23.v. 1998, emerged in VI. 1998, reared by T. Nozaki (TN); Kanagawa: 1 male, Sakai-gawa, Komatsu, Shiroyama-machi, pupa collected on 30.v. 1983, emerged 1.vi. 1983, reared by T. Nozaki (TN); 1 male, 3 females, Nizifuki, Kamimizo, Sagamihara-shi, H. Moriya (TN); 1 male, Kuzu-kawa, Kisawa, Hiratsuka-shi, larva collected on 24.iv. 1984, emerged on 14.v. 1984.

Distribution. Japan (central to northeastern Honshu)

Japanese name. Izumi-ningyo-tobikera.

Remarks. This species is very similar to G. k y o t o n i s, but differs from the latter in median dorsal and ventrolateral processes of male and in spermathecal plate of female. The female of this species was described here for the first time.

BJA

University of Burundi

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Trichoptera

Family

Goeridae

Genus

Goera

Loc

Goera lepidoptera Schmid 1965

Nozaki, Takao & Tanida, Kazumi 2006

2006
Loc

Goera lepidoptera

Schmid 1965

1965