Krisna

Wang, Xian-Yi, Wu, Yun-Fei & Dai, Ren-Huai, 2018, Three new species of the leafhopper subfamily Iassinae (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) from China, Zootaxa 4442 (3), pp. 378-388: 383

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4442.3.2

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scientific name

Krisna
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Key to species of Krisna  from China (modified from Zhang et al. 2008)

1. Ocelli placed close to adjacent eye at distance less than half diameter of ocellus.................................... 2

- Ocelli placed slightly away from adjacent eye by distance equal to or more than half diameter of ocellus................ 3

2. Crown with two anterior transverse black spots............................................ K. strigicollis (Spinola) 

- Crown with four anterior transverse black spots ( Fig. 3 View Figure )................................. K. quadrimaculosus  sp. nov.

3. Male pygofer lobe with long ventral process extended to caudal margin in addition to short pointed ventral process at middle of ventral margin ( Fig. 63 View Figure )........................................................... K. nigromarginata Cai & He 

- Male pygofer lobe with long ventral process extended to caudal margin, without short pointed ventral process ( Figs. 64–65 View Figure )...................................................................................................... 4

4. Aedeagal shaft apex strongly inflated in ventral aspect ( Fig. 58 View Figure )................................................. 5

- Aedeagal shaft parallel-sided or tapered in ventral aspect ( Figs. 51–58 View Figure )........................................... 6

5. Male with ventral pygofer process spiculate in distal half ( Figs. 44–45 View Figure )...................... K. rufimarginata Cai & He 

- Male with ventral pygofer process not spiculate in distal half ( Fig. 64 View Figure )......................... K. expansiva Li & Wang 

6. Aedeagus with ventral margin distinctly concave in lateral aspect................................. K. sherwilli Distant 

- Aedeagus with convex or straight ventral margin in lateral aspect ( Figs. 46, 51, 54–55 View Figure ).............................. 7

7. Male pygofer ventral process with spine or projection near base ( Figs. 47–48 View Figure )..................................... 8

- Male pygofer ventral process without basal spine or projection ( Figs. 49–50 View Figure )...................................... 9

8. Male pygofer ventral process with short spine; aedeagal shaft with strongly concavely excavated dorsal margin................................................................................................... K. kirbyi (Baker) 

- Male pygofer ventral process with long projection; aedeagal shaft narrowed gradually to apex, without strongly concavely excavated dorsal margin ( Figs. 47–48 View Figure ).................................................................... 10

9. Basal projection of ventral process longer than half length of pygofer process ( Fig. 49 View Figure ); aedeagal shaft being symmetrical at apex ( Figs. 52, 57 View Figure )............................................................. K. furcata Zhang, Zhang & Dai 

- Basal projection of ventral process less than half length of pygofer process ( Fig. 50 View Figure ); aedeagal shaft asymmetrical at apex ( Fig. 53 View Figure )................................................................................ K. viridula Li & Wang 

10. Aedeagal shaft with angular process at base in lateral view ( Fig. 54 View Figure ); ventral pygofer triangular process sinuate near apex ( Fig. 48 View Figure ).................................................................... K. viraktamathi Zhang, Zhang & Dai 

- Aedeagal shaft broadly rounded at base in lateral view, without angular process ( Figs. 46, 51, 62 View Figure ); ventral pygofer process not sinuate near apex ( Fig. 47 View Figure )............................................................................. 11

11. Male pygofer lacking prominent projection on ventral margin ( Fig. 47 View Figure )............... K. daiyunensis Zhang, Zhang & Dai 

- Male pygofer with prominent projection on ventral margin.................................................... 12

12. Aedeagal shaft robust especially near base ( Fig. 55 View Figure ); male with hind margin of eighth sternite convex ( Fig. 62 View Figure ).............................................................................................. K. concava Li & Wang 

- Aedeagus broad-wide in lateral view ( Fig. 56 View Figure ); male eighth sternite posterior margin broadly rounded ( Fig. 61 View Figure )......................................................................................... K. yingjiangensis Li & Wang