Mantispidae

Marquez-López, Yesenia & Contreras-Ramos, Atilano, 2018, Description of the pupa of Climaciella brunnea (Say) (Mantispidae, Mantispinae) and a key to known pupae of mantispids from North America, Zootaxa 4444 (1), pp. -1--1: -1

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4444.1.4

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Mantispidae
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Key to know pupae of Mantispidae  of North America (modified from Hoffman & Brushwein 1992).

1. Head with coronal suture; mandible uniformly colored ( Fig. 2A View Figure )......... Symphrasinae  ... Plega yucatanae Parker & Stange 

- Head without coronal suture; mandible with inner margin brown distally ( Fig. 2B View Figure )...................... Mantispinae  ...2

2. Abdominal tergites III–IV each with setae only as long as height of dorsal hooks in lateral view ( Fig. 2C View Figure )................................................................... Dicromantispa interrupta (Say)  / Dicromantispa sayi (Banks)  - Abdominal tergites III–IV each with setae 2–3 times as long as height of dorsal hooks in lateral view ( Fig. 2D View Figure )........... 3 3. Abdominal tergites IV–V each with a transverse band of red circular pores ( Fig. 1C View Figure )............ Climaciella brunnea (Say)  - Abdominal tergites IV–V without a transverse band of red circular pores.......................................... 4 4. Abdominal tergite IX with setae in one transverse row laterally ( Fig. 2E View Figure )................ Leptomantispa pulchella (Banks)  - Abdominal tergite IX with setae in two transverse rows laterally ( Fig. 2F View Figure ).............. Zeugomantispa minuta (Fabricius)