Tetralidia,

Gonçalves, Clayton Corrêa & Marques-Costa, Ana Paula, 2014, Two new species of Tetralidia Marques-Costa & Cavichioli (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Neocoelidiinae) from Peru with a key to species of the genus, Zootaxa 3815 (2), pp. 279-285: 280

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Tetralidia
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Key to adult males of Tetralidia 

1 Anal tube with basiventral processes shorter than or equal to half basal height of pygofer ( Fig. 4View FIGURES 1 – 11, Marques-Costa & Cavichioli 2008)............................................................................................... 2

- Anal tube with basiventral processes longer than half basal height of pygofer ( Fig. 14View FIGURES 12 – 22 Marques-Costa & Cavichioli 2008)... 3

2 Pygofer, in lateral view, with apical half strongly narrowed and prolonged ( Fig. 4View FIGURES 1 – 11, Marques-Costa & Cavichioli 2008); connective H-shaped ( Fig. 7View FIGURES 1 – 11, Marques-Costa & Cavichioli 2008); aedeagus with preatrium as long as shaft, shaft with preapical pair of small lateral lamellae ( Figs 8, 9View FIGURES 1 – 11, Marques-Costa & Cavichioli 2008) ( Brazil)........................................................................................................ T. prolata ( Chiamolera & Cavichioli 2004) 

- Pygofer, in lateral view, with apical half slightly narrowed towards apex ( Fig. 5View FIGURES 1 – 11, Gonçalves et al. 2011); connective Y-shaped ( Fig. 8View FIGURES 1 – 11, Gonçalves et al. 2011); aedeagus with preatrium shorter than shaft, shaft with a preapical pair of dorsal spiniform processes ( Figs 9, 10View FIGURES 1 – 11, Gonçalves et al. 2011) ( Brazil)........... T. curvipenis ( Gonçalves, Marques-Costa & Ale-Rocha 2011) 

3 Subgenital plates slightly narrowed towards apex ( Fig. 6View FIGURES 1 – 11); aedeagus shaft without spines or lamellae ( Figs 10, 11View FIGURES 1 – 11) ( Peru)...................................................................................... T. pachamama  sp. nov.

- Subgenital plates strongly narrowed at the apical two-thirds ( Fig. 16View FIGURES 12 – 22, Marques-Costa & Cavichioli 2008); aedeagus shaft with spines or lamellae ( Figs 19View FIGURES 12 – 22 ─ 21, Marques-Costa & Cavichioli 2008)............................................. 4

4 Subgenial plates with apices acute and oblique ( Fig. 16View FIGURES 12 – 22, Marques-Costa & Cavichioli 2008); connective V-shaped ( Fig. 18View FIGURES 12 – 22, Marques-Costa & Cavichioli 2008); aedeagus with two pairs of small spines on shaft, one lateral preapical and one ventroapical ( Figs 19View FIGURES 12 – 22 ─ 21, Marques-Costa & Cavichioli 2008); anal tube with basiventral processes straight and oriented ( Fig. 14View FIGURES 12 – 22, Marques-Costa & Cavichioli 2008) ( Peru)............................ T. admirabilis Marques-Costa & Cavichioli 2008 

- Subgenital plates with apices rounded ( Fig. 17View FIGURES 12 – 22); connective Y-shaped ( Fig. 19View FIGURES 12 – 22); aedeagus with two pairs of lamellae on shaft, one lateroventral and one laterodorsal preapical ( Figs 21, 22View FIGURES 12 – 22); anal tube with basiventral processes strongly curved posteriorly ( Fig. 16View FIGURES 12 – 22) ( Peru)....................................................................... T. viracocha  sp. nov.