Inermestoloides

Bezark, Larry G., Galileo, Maria Helena M. & Santos-Silva, Antonio, 2016, Description of four new South American species of Desmiphorini (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae), Zootaxa 4138 (1), pp. 171-180: 177

publication ID

http://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4138.1.8

publication LSID

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persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/5D0C87F0-CF4B-CE21-AACA-F9F27DFBF87B

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scientific name

Inermestoloides
status

 

Key to species of Inermestoloides  

1 Scape entirely brown; scutellum not densely pubescent....................................................... 2

- Scape bicolorous; scutellum densely pubescent............................................................. 4

2 (1) Antennomeres VII –XI entirely yellow. Brazil (Pará)............................ I. flavus Galileo & Santos-Silva, 2016  

- Antennomeres VII –XI at most partially yellow.............................................................. 3

3 (2) Elytra about 2.5 times prothoracic length. Brazil (Amazonas)......................... I. praeapicealba Breuning, 1966  

- Elytra longer than 3.0 times prothoracic length. Brazil (Amazonas)................................. I. birai   sp. nov.

4 (1) Prothorax as long as wide; elytra with dense, large band with white pubescence on sides of distal half; abdominal ventrites not coarsely, distinctly punctate. Brazil (Amazonas)............................................. I. drumonti   sp. nov.

- Prothorax wider than long; elytra without dense band with white pubescence; abdominal ventrites coarsely, distinctly punctate................................................................................................... 5

5 (4). Sides of pronotum with white pubescence; basal quarter of elytra marmorated with white pubescence; sides of prothorax with distinct gibbosity. Bolivia.................................................. I. rumuara Martins and Galileo, 2007  

- Sides of pronotum mostly with ochraceous pubescence; basal quarter of elytra not marmorated with white pubescence; sides of prothorax without gibbosity. Ecuador................................................... I. ecuadorensis   sp. nov.