Anacroneuria aymara, : Stark, 2001

Stark, Bill P. & Zúñiga, Maria del Carmen, 2014, New Species And Records Of Colombian, Ecuadorian And Venezuelan Anacroneuria (Plecoptera: Perlidae), With A Review Of The Anacroneuria Aymara Stark & Sivec Complex, Illiesia 10 (8), pp. 66-79 : 70-71

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4752749

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:DBBEDFB9-0492-457C-989F-6EE338149674

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4752891

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/653F6C3C-F32C-FFAB-E294-7628355FFDC9

treatment provided by

Felipe

scientific name

Anacroneuria aymara
status

 

Key to Male Members of the Anacroneuria aymara Complex

1 Dorsal keel lines touch near midlength ( Fig. 5 View Figs ) ………..……….……….………………………….… 2

1’ Dorsal keel lines completely separated throughout length ( Fig. 5 View Figs , Maldonado et al. 2002) ……………………………………...…………….…. 4

2 Lateral margins of aedeagus convergent from shoulders to tip ( Fig. 3 View Figs ) …………………… barinas

2’ Lateral margins of aedeagus relatively straight from shoulders to tip ( Fig. 17 View Figs , Zúñiga & Stark 2002) …………………………………………..……. 3

3 Dorsal keel lines much more widely divergent anteriorly than posteriorly; hooks subchelate; lateral margins of aedeagus slightly constricted near apex ( Figs. 17-19 in View Figs Zúñiga & Stark 2002) …………………………………………….….…. toni

3’ Dorsal keel lines diverge to a similar degree anteriorly and posteriorly; hooks slender; lateral margins of aedeagus not constricted subapically ( Figs. 22 View Figs -24, Zúñga & Stark 2002) …………... ricki

4 Lateral margins of aedeagal apex more or less parallel at least near tip ( Fig. 3 View Figs , Stark et al. 2012) ………………………………………………...……. 5

4’ Lateral margins of aedeagal apex convergent from shoulders to tip ( Fig. 12 View Figs , Stark & Sivec 1998) …………………………………………………….…. 8

5 Aedeagal apex notched; keel lines curved abruptly laterad near apex ( Figs. 3-5 View Figs , Stark et al. 2012) ……………………………….……..…. apuela

5’ Aedeagal apex truncate or rounded; keel lines not curved abruptly laterad near apex (Fig. 100, Stark et al. 1999) ………………………………………... 6

6 Lateral margins of aedeagal apex parallel to slightly convergent; lateral margins relatively straight (Figs. 98-100, Stark et al. 1999) …………………..………….……………….. portilla

6’ Lateral margins of aedeagal apex wider subapically than at the tip; lateral margins undulant from beyond hooks (Fig. 31, Zúñiga & Stark 2002) …………………………………….…. 7

7 Aedeagal tip wider than subapex; keel short, consisting of two lines (Fig. 29-31, Zúñiga & Stark 2002) ………………………….………... farallonensis

7’ Aedeagal tip narrower than subapex; keel lines relatively long, but consisting of two obscure beaded lines (Figs. 24-26, Zúñiga et al. 2007) ……………………………….…..………..… tatama

8 Dorsal keel lines widely spaced and abruptly bent outward near midlength; lateral margins of aedeagal apex slightly convergent from shoulders to tip ( Fig. 14 View Figs , Stark & Sivec 1998) …..……….….. 9

8’ Dorsal keel lines almost straight, or curved slightly outward; lateral margins of aedeagal apex distinctly convergent from shoulders to tip ( Fig. 14 View Figs , Zúñiga et al. 2006) ………………………….. 10

9 Aedeagal apex projecting beyond hooks in ventral aspect approximately triangular in outline, strongly convergent to tip ( Fig. 14 View Figs , Stark 1999) ………………………..……………..……….. chaima

9’ Aedeagal apex projecting beyond hooks in ventral aspect more gradually convergent with lateral margins almost parallel for part of length, and with broadly rounded apex ( Figs. 12-14 View Figs , Stark & Sivec 1998) …………………………………. aymara

10 Apex of aedeagus notched; keel lines narrowly separated ( Fig. 14 View Figs , Zúñiga et al. 2006) ………………………….………..……..…… chachis

10’ Apex of aedeagus truncate or rounded; keel lines more widely separated (Figs. 35-37, Stark 2001) ……………………………………………………. 11

11 Hooks subchelate; pronotal dark pigment bands together about as wide as pale median band ( Figs. 1, 3 View Figs , Maldonado et al. 2002) …………..….. segnini

11’ Hooks slender; pronotal dark pigment bands together much narrower than pale median band (Figs. 33, 35, Stark 2001) ……..………….. cotacachi

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Plecoptera

Family

Perlidae

Genus

Anacroneuria