Anufrievia triangulata Cao & Zhang

Cao, Yanghui, Yang, Meixia, Lin, Shuanghu & Zhang, Yalin, 2018, Review of the leafhopper genus Anufrievia Dworakowska (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Typhlocybinae: Erythroneurini), Zootaxa 4446 (2), pp. 203-232: 227-228

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Anufrievia triangulata Cao & Zhang

sp. nov.

23. Anufrievia triangulata Cao & Zhang  sp. nov.

( Figs 21View FIGURE 21, 25uView FIGURE 25)

Ground color testaceous, eyes grey, basal triangles of mesonotum black.

Abdominal apodemes broad, extended to middle part of 4th sternite ( Fig. 21aView FIGURE 21).

Male genitalia: Pygofer side without macrosetae at cephalo-ventral angle ( Fig. 21bView FIGURE 21); dorsal appendage knifelike, curved ventrad apically, with a small protrusion medially on ventral margin ( Fig. 21cView FIGURE 21). Style triangular apically, apical part curved dorsad ( Fig. 21fView FIGURE 21). Aedeagal shaft slightly curved dorsad, pair of apical processes long, slightly expanded subapically; preatrial process short, not reaching gonopore, apical margin slightly concave in ventral view; gonopore central ( Figs. 21h, iView FIGURE 21).

Measurement: Male 2.90mm.

Material examined: Holotype: ♂ [ QSBG], THAILAND: Kanchanaburi, Khuean Srinagarindra NP, Huai Mae Kamint / Tourist center, 14°38.123'N, 98°59.657'E, Malaise trap, 9–16.x.2008, coll. Somboon & Daorueng.GoogleMaps 

Remarks: Distinguished from all the other species by triangular apical part of style, shortened aedeagal shaft and preatrial process.

Etymology: The specific epithet is derived from the Latin word “ triangulus ”, referring to the shape of style apex.