Pediopsoides (Pediopsoides) Matsumura

Li, Hu, Dai, Ren-Huai & Li, Zi-Zhong, 2016, Additions to the leafhopper subgenus Pediopsoides (Pediopsoides) Matsumura, 1912 (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Macropsinae) from Southern China, Zootaxa 4150 (3), pp. 341-350: 347-348

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Pediopsoides (Pediopsoides) Matsumura
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Key to species (³) of the subgenus Pediopsoides (Pediopsoides) Matsumura 

P. (P.) formosanus (Matsumura)  distributed in Taiwan, known only from the female, is excluded.

1. Clypellus black ( Li et al. 2012: 536, Fig. 7View FIGURES 1 – 9)....................................... P. (P.) nigorolabium Li, Dai & Li 

- Clypellus not black....................................................................................2

2. Aedeagal shaft with pair of processes...................................................................... 3

- Aedeagal shaft without pair of processes................................................................... 6

3. Shaft processes ( Zhang 2010: 61, Figs 30–31View FIGURES 28 – 35) on apex of aedeagus, hooklike................. P. (P.) jingdongensis Zhang 

- Shaft processes at base or middle of aedeagus, spinelike....................................................... 4

4. Shaft processes at base of aedeagus ( Figs 16–17View FIGURES 10 – 19)................................... P. (P.) alba Li, Dai & Li  sp. nov.

- Shaft processes at middle of aedeagus..................................................................... 5

5. Aedeagal shaft processes ( Huang & Viraktamath 1993: 367, Fig. 28View FIGURES 28 – 35) pointed basally; dorsal connective ( Huang & Viraktamath 1993: 367, Fig. 27View FIGURES 20 – 27) with apophysis twisted caudoventrally at middle........................ P. (P.) femorata (Hamilton) 

- Aedeagal shaft processes ( Viraktamath 1996: 188, Figs 32–33View FIGURES 28 – 35) pointed dorsally; dorsal connective ( Viraktamath 1996: 188, Figs 34–35View FIGURES 28 – 35) without apophysis at middle............................................. P. (P.) kodaiana Viraktamath 

6. Style with subapical toothlike process ( Li et al. 2013: 20, Fig. 16View FIGURES 10 – 19); dorsal connective ( Li et al. 2013: 20, Fig. 21View FIGURES 20 – 27) with furcated

process at middle, like species in genus Oncopsis  .................................... P. (P.) tishetshkini Li, Dai & Li  - Style without subapical toothlike process; dorsal connective without process, or with unbranched process at middle........ 7

7. Aedeagal shaft ( Figs 24–25View FIGURES 20 – 27) slender, in ventral view apex strongly expanded laterally, lamelliform; pygofer ventral margin ( Fig. 21View FIGURES 20 – 27) with 5 small teeth............................................... P. (P.) amplificata Li, Dai & Li  sp. nov.

- Aedeagal shaft relatively stout, in ventral view apex not expanded laterally; pygofer ventral margin serrated, or with spines, or with wide process..................................................................................... 8

8. Pygofer ventral margin ( Yang & Zhang 2013: 588, Figs 3View FIGURES 1 – 9 –A, 3–H) with single process widened at base and slanting inwards; apical half of aedeagal shaft ( Yang & Zhang 2013: 588, Fig. 3View FIGURES 1 – 9 –E) strongly twisted dorsally, rectangular............................................................................................ P. (P.) anchorides Yang & Zhang 

- Pygofer ventral margin serrated or with 2 small spines........................................................ 9

9. Dorsal connective ( Fig. 31View FIGURES 28 – 35) with long process at middle twisted ventrally; apex of ventral margin of pygofer ( Fig. 29View FIGURES 28 – 35) with 2– 3 small teeth....................................................... P. (P.) longiapophysis Li, Dai & Li  sp. nov.

- Dorsal connective without process at middle; apex of ventral margin of pygofer with 2 spines, or not.................. 10

10. Ventral margin of pygofer with 2 spines................................................................... 11

- Ventral margin of pygofer ( Li et al. 2013: 19, Fig. 7View FIGURES 1 – 9) without spines................... P. (P.) dainghanensis Li, Dai & Li 

11. Dorsal connective ( Hamilton 1980: 898, Fig. 71) clearly S shaped; pygofer lobe ( Hamilton 1980: 898, Fig. 71) broad.................................................................................. P. (P.) satsumensis (Matsumura) 

- Dorsal connective ( Li et al. 2012: 537, Fig. 15View FIGURES 10 – 19) geniculate; pygofer lobe ( Li et al. 2012: 537, Fig. 8View FIGURES 1 – 9) narrow, elongate..................................................................................... P. (P.) bispinata Li, Dai & Li