Agromyza

Sasakawa, Mitsuhiro, 2013, Thailand Agromyzidae (Diptera) — 2, Zootaxa 3746 (4), pp. 501-528: 502

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3746.4.1

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:F34E3BEA-CABE-4595-B1EB-40CC4802A942

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/B410B94D-0646-FFF5-B3F3-FB8CFFC1A8C6

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Agromyza
status

 

Key to Thailand species of Agromyza 

1. Calypter with fringe yellow to ochreous.................................................................... 2

- Calypter with fringe dark brown to black.................................................................. 4

2. Costa terminating at R 4 + 5; mesoscutum matt black, with only posteriormost dc distinct; tarsi black; distiphallus tubular (Spencer 1990: fig. 1361)( India, Thaialnd; host plant: Pennisetum typhoideum  ).......... Agromyza pennisetivora Spencer (1961) 

- Costa extending to M 1; mesoscutum shining black, more than one distinct dc; tarsi brownish yellow to brown; distiphallus tubular or globular..................................................................................... 3

3. Mesoscutum with second and third postsutural dc distinct, presutural and first postsutural dc extremely short; distiphallus tubular (Sasakawa 1961: fig. 10 d)(Europe; India, Laos, Thailand, Malaysia, Taiwan; host plant: Phragmites communis  )..................................................................................... A. phragmitidis Hendel (1922) 

- Mesoscutum with 1 + 4 or 0+ 3 dc (presutural and first postsutural dc distinct); distiphallus globular ( Taiwan, Thailand).................................................................................. A. flavisquama Malloch (1914) 

4. Ocellar triangle with oc short; ori four (3–5); distiphallus tubular, spinulose distally (Sasakawa 1961: fig. 8 A) ( Japan; Taiwan, Thailand; host plants: Oryza sativa  , Zizania latifolia  ).................................... A. oryzae (Munakata, 1910) 

- oc long; ori 2–3 ....................................................................................... 5

5. Fore tibia with an external pd; distiphallus with tubules distally (Spencer 1962 a: fig. 2 b)( Myanmar, Thailand, Taiwan)...................................................................................... A. comosa Spencer (1962) 

- Fore tibia without pd; distiphallus without tubules........................................................... 6

6. Distiphallus with basal part distinctly longer than distal part (Spencer 1986: figs 1, 2)( Indonesia, Thailand; host plant; Panicum palmifolium  )...................................................................... A. panici Meijere (1934) 

- Distiphallus with basal part subequal to distal subglobular lobe (Sasakawa 1972: fig. 2)( Taiwan, Thailand; host plant: Digitaria  spp.).......................................................................... A. latipennis Malloch (1914) 

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Agromyzidae