Fulvius thailandicus Gorczyca in Sadowska-Woda & Gorczyca, 2003

Wolski, Andrzej, Gorczyca, Jacek, Yasunaga, Tomohide, indra, Zdenek & Herczek, Aleksander, 2018, Taxonomic review of the bifenestratus species group of the genus Fulvius Stal with descriptions of two new species (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Miridae, Cylapinae), ZooKeys 796, pp. 107-129: 107

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.796.21293

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scientific name

Fulvius thailandicus Gorczyca in Sadowska-Woda & Gorczyca, 2003
status

 

Fulvius thailandicus Gorczyca in Sadowska-Woda & Gorczyca, 2003  Figure 8

Fulvius thailandicus  Gorczyca in Sadowska-Woda and Gorczyca 2003: 336, figs l-5; Sadowska-Woda 2005: 24, 26, 93, 106, tab., 8, Fig. 5, tab. 9, Fig. 6, tab. 12, Fig. 3A, B, tab. 13, Fig. 3A, B, tab. 48, Fig. 2A, B; Gorczyca 2006: 42.

Diagnosis.

Eyes contiguous with pronotal collar (Figure 8); antennal segment II dark brown with broad, yellow annulation apically (Figure 8); corium covered with dense setae, with yellow-orange patch above cuneus (Figure 8); male genitalia as in Sadowska-Woda and Gorczyca (2003: figs 2-4).

Remarks.

Fulvius thailandicus  is most similar to F. constanti  , F. flavicornis  , F. subnitens  , and F. tumidipennis  in having the eyes contiguous with the pronotal collar (Figs 5-7, 9), the corium covered with dense setae and a pale patch above the cuneus (Figs 5-7, 9), and the apical process of the left paramere elongate (Figs 20, 22, 25). Fulvius thailandicus  can be distinguished by the orange patch above the cuneus and structures of the male genitalia.

Biology.

Unknown.

Distribution.

Thailand (Chiang Mai Province).

Type material.

Holotype ♂: THAILAND, Doi Suthep - DoiPui natn. Park, Doi Pui road, 1000 m, 23-26. x. 1979, Zool. Mus. Copenhagen Exped.; paratype ♂: the same data as holotype ( ZMUC).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Miridae

Genus

Fulvius