Ophiomyia

Sasakawa, Mitsuhiro, 2013, Thailand Agromyzidae (Diptera) — 2, Zootaxa 3746 (4), pp. 501-528: 521-522

publication ID

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

publication LSID

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persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/B410B94D-0653-FFE1-B3F3-F908FFCBAD95

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scientific name

Ophiomyia
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Key to Thailand species of Ophiomyia 

1. Calypter with fringe white............................................................................... 2

- Calypter with fringe black............................................................................... 4

2. Vibrissal fasciculus developed in male..................................................................... 3

- Vibrissal fasciculus lacking; frons as wide as eye; gena 1 / 10 – 1 / 20 as high as eye, with normal vibrissa on anterior angle; ultimate section of CuA 1 2 / 3 as long as penultimate section (Orient, Pacific, Australia, South Africa; host plant: Vernomia cinerea)................................................................................ O. atralis (Spencer, 1961) 

3. Facial carina narrow but distinct; frons subequal to width of eye; gena 1 / 4 as high as eye; ultimate section of CuA 1 about 3 / 5 as long as penultimate section; distiphallus bulbous distally (Spencer 1977: figs 91, 92) (Orient, Pacific, Australia; Japan; host plants: Goodenia  , Scaevola  spp.)..................................................... O. cornuta Meijere (1910) 

- Facial carina broad, spindle-shaped below antennal bases; frons 1.5 times as wide as eye, gena 1 / 5 as high as eye; ultimate sec- tion of CuA 1 as long as penultimate; distiphallus striated distally.................................. O. striata  sp. nov.

4. Small species, with wing length 1.3–1.5 mm; vibrissal fasciculus present in male; gena 1 / 5 – 1 / 7 as high as eye; ultimate section of CuA 1 almost equal to penultimate section; surstylus with nine spines; distiphallus with a clavate processs on inner left side ( Taiwan, Thailand).......................................................... O. setituberosa Sasakawa (1972) 

- Larger, wing length 1.6–2.9 mm; vibrissal fasciculus absent in male............................................. 5

5. Wing less than 2.5 mm in length; gena narrow, 1 / 6 – 1 / 8 as high as eye............................................ 6

- Wing length 2.5–2.9 mm; gena 1 / 5 as high as eye; ultimate section of CuA 1 1 / 2 as long as penultimate (Orient; Japan; fruit- feeder of Ricinus  sp.)................................................................ O. ricini (Meijere, 1922) 

6. First antennal flagellomere with long pile; surstylus with about 35 spines; hypandrium with basal apodeme long; distiphallus with more than 65 strong spines on one membranous side (Orient, Australia; Japan).......... O. conspicua (Spencer, 1961) 

- First antennal flagellomere minutely pilose................................................................. 7

7. Basiphallus with lateral sclerites connected broadly at middle.................................................. 8

- Basiphallus with lateral sclerites largely isolated............................................................. 10

8. Fore tibia with an external bristle; surstylus with about 50 spines; distiphallus with spinulose lobes laterally ( Thailand, Vanu- atu)......................................................................... O. phalloides Sasakawa (2004) 

- Fore tibia without external bristle......................................................................... 9

9. Ocellar triangle with ventral tip extending to level of second ors; face with carina narrowly distinct, extending to oral margin; surstylus with about 28 spines; distiphallus with whip-like process on left lateral lobe.............. O. flagellata  sp. nov.

- Ocellar triangle with ventral tip extending almost to level of first or i; face without distinct carina; distiphallus broadened dis- tally (Orient, Pacific, Australia, Africa; Japan; stem-miner on Glycine  , Phaseolus  spp. etc.)....... O. phaseoli (Tryon, 1892) 

10. Surstylus with spines more than 30 ....................................................................... 11

- Surstylus with 15–17 spines; distiphallus with basal lobe surrounding as ring and spinulose on lateral side (Orient, Australia, Africa; Japan; stem-miner on Glycene, Phaseolus  spp. etc.).......................... O. centrosematis (Meijere, 1940) 

11. Distiphallus with lobe sparsely spinulose (Orient, Australia)................................ O. rotata (Spencer, 1965) 

- Distiphallus with four lobes, dorsal lobe smaller than ventral lobe, spinulose internally.............. O. quadrifida  sp. nov.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Agromyzidae