Stenopogon martini Bromley

Lavigne, Robert J. & Dennis, Steve, 2019, Robber flies (Insecta: Diptera: Asilidae) of Wyoming, USA with keys to genera and species, Zootaxa 4662 (1), pp. 1-126: 110-111

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4662.1.1

publication LSID

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persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/7708F17A-B84F-E572-63F1-FA3B6057FED4

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scientific name

Stenopogon martini Bromley
status

 

Stenopogon martini Bromley 

Stenopogon martini Bromley, 1937: 303  .

Recognition characters: Blackish species, head grayish white pollinose with yellowish white setae and bristles, head and abdomen grayish to gray pollinose; length 16–23 mm; mystax yellowish white; mesonotum black, grayish pollinose, golden laterally, bristles yellowish white, setae largely black some white anteriorly; scutellum black, grayish pollinose, 12 yellowish white marginal bristles; wings very light brown, nearly hyaline, first basal, anal, and anal cells and alula white; abdomen black, gray pollinose, setae white, long on sides of segments 1–3; legs yellowish red, basal 5/6 of femora black, apical 1/4 to 1/2 of hind tibiae brown; male genitalia yellowish red, setae yellowish white, dense, long at base and on inner sides of arms of hypandrium that is not divided when viewed from below.

Distribution: BIG HORN: Lovell, WANG, LTA, 1 June 2004 ( CSU, GMAD). CARBON: Bottle Creek Campground, Sierra Madre Mtns., 4– 5 July ( RJL). FREMONT: Paratypes, four males, five females, near Lander, 1,524 – 2,438 m (5,000 –8,000 ft), Aug. ( RM-OSU) (the location in the original publication is misspelled and should read Lander); Lander, WANG, LTA, 29 June 2004 ( CSU, GMAD), 2 July 2005 ( CSU, GMAD). SWEETWATER: Rock Springs, 6 June 1958 ( JW) (two specimens in CAS). TETON: Buffalo River Road, 8 km E of Moran Jct., 13 July 1967 ( TWD) (two specimens in CAS). YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK: Paratype, one female, 24 June 1930 ( OSU). Recorded from Wyoming by: Bromley, (1937) (paratype series, near Lander, August); Dennis & Lavigne (1975) (as prey of Stenopogon inquinatus  ); Geller-Grimm (2018); Wilcox (1971) (Lander and YNP).

Habitat: Douglas fir forest (clearings within the forest where shrubs and grasses are dominant), saltbrushgreasewood shrub, sagebrush steppe and wheatgrass-needlegrass shrub steppe shrub and grassland vegetation types. Rangeland bordering mixed coniferous forest.

Ethology: Nothing known.

Prey: HYMENOPTERA  (see Dennis & Lavigne 2007).

CSU

Colorado State University

CAS

California Academy of Sciences

OSU

Oklahoma State University, Collection of Vertebrates

YNP

The Yosemite Museum

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Asilidae

Genus

Stenopogon

Loc

Stenopogon martini Bromley

Lavigne, Robert J. & Dennis, Steve 2019
2019
Loc

Stenopogon martini

Bromley, S. W. 1937: 303