Anisoptera Latreille, 1829

Farooqi, Mohd Kaleemullah & Usmani, Mohd Kamil, 2018, Review of genus Conocephalus Thunberg, 1815 (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Conocephalinae) with one new species from India, Zootaxa 4461 (3), pp. 381-398: 382

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4461.3.4

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:4964655D-60E0-4FD9-B776-F7F12901C159

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scientific name

Anisoptera Latreille, 1829
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Key to Known Indian species of Anisoptera Latreille, 1829 

1 Fastigium of vertex moderately wide; hind femur unarmed on ventral side........................................ 2

- Fastigium of vertex moderately narrow; hind femur armed on ventral side........................................ 3

2 Subgenital plate with indistinct median carina, apical margin truncate; stridulatory file with 50 teeth; ovipositor surpassing the wings when straightened; subgenital plate with weakly rounded apical excision...................................................................................................... C. (Anisoptera) maculatus ( Le Guillou,1841) 

- Subgenital plate with distinct median carina, apical margin concave; stridulatory file with 44 teeth; Ovipositor not surpassing the wings when straightened; subgenital plate with triangular apical excision............... C. (Anisoptera) rentzi  sp. nov.

3 Wings reaching before the mid of hind tibiae when straightened; stridulatory file with 34 teeth; internal cercal tooth without a globular apex; ovipositor surpassing the wings when straightened; subgenital plate with apical margin rounded, slightly broader than long..................................... C. (Anisoptera) kwasiphaiensis Nagar & Swaminathan, 2016 

- Wings reaching mid of hind tibiae when straightened; stridulatory file with 65 teeth; internal cercal tooth with a globular apex; ovipositor not surpassing the wings when straightened; subgenital plate triangular, slightly longer than broad.................................................................................. C. (Anisoptera) longipennis ( Haan, 1843)