Seira

Cipola, Nikolas Gioia, Arbea, Javier, Baquero, Enrique, Jordana, Rafael, Morais, José Wellington De & Bellini, Bruno Cavalcante, 2018, The survey of Seira Lubbock, 1870 (Collembola, Entomobryidae, Seirinae) from Iberian Peninsula and Canary Islands, including three new species, Zootaxa 4458 (1), pp. 1-66: 60-61

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Key to Seira  species with known dorsal chaetotaxy from the Western Palearctic region*

1 Abd II with 3 central mac ( Fig. 11D View Figure )...................................................................... 2

- Abd II with 4 or 5 central mac ( Figs 6D View Figure , 15D View Figure )............................................................... 4

2 Head mac Ps2 present ( Fig. 10E View Figure ); Th III with 11–14 central mac ( Fig. 11B View Figure ); Abd I with 5 central mac ( Fig. 11C View Figure ).......... 3

- Head mac Ps2 absent; Th III with 8 central mac; Abd I with 4 central mac..................................................................................... S. taeniata (Handschin, 1925) in Handschin, 1925a sensu Yoshii, 1990 

3 Body all bluish ( Fig. 2B View Figure ); Th II with 5–3(rarely) mac in PmC group ( Fig. 11 A View Figure ); unguiculus with outer lamella serrated ( Fig. 8F View Figure ).................................................................... S. dinizi Gama, 1988 in Gama, 1988a 

- Body with one transverse strip of dark blue on Abd III; Th II with 6 mac in PmC group; unguiculus with outer lamella smooth ( Fig. 21F View Figure ).............................................................. S. dori Gruia, Poliakov & BroZa, 2000 

4 Abd II with 4 central mac, mac a3 absent ( Fig. 15D View Figure ).......................................................... 5

- Abd II with 5 central mac, mac a3 present ( Fig. 6D View Figure )......................................................... 18

5 Abd I with 5 or less central mac ( Fig. 11C View Figure )................................................................. 6

- Abd I with 6 central mac ( Fig. 6C View Figure )........................................................................ 7

6 Head mac Ps2 absent; Th II with 3 medio-central mac; Abd I with 2 central mac.............. S. algira Jacquemart, 1974 

- Head mac Ps2 present ( Fig. 5F View Figure ); Th II with 4 medio-central (m1– 1i, m2– 2i) mac ( Fig. 11 A View Figure ); Abd I with 5 central mac ( Fig. 11C View Figure )...................................................................... S. elisae Gers & Deharveng, 1985   

7 Head mac Pp5 absent.................................................................................. 8

- Head mac Pp5 present ( Fig. 5F View Figure )......................................................................... 10

8 Head with 7 mac in sutural series, S 6i mac present ( Fig. 5 A View Figure )  ; Th II with 7 antero-lateral mac ( Fig. 6 A View Figure ).................. 9 

- Head with 6 mac in sutural series, S 6i mac absent; Th II with 8 antero-lateral mac........... S. debruyni Jacquemart, 1974 

9 Head with interocellar mac and Pa5 mac present; Th II with 6 mac in PmA group ( Fig. 19 A View Figure )... S. agadesi Jacquemart, 1974   

- Head lacking interocellar and Pa5 mac absent; Th II with 8 mac in PmA group............... S. punica Jacquemart, 1974 

10 Th III with 14 central mac ( Fig. 11B View Figure )..................................................................... 11

- Th III with 16 central mac...................................................... S. tongiorgii Tosi & Parisi, 1990 

11 Body depigmented or with a different colour pattern; unguis apical tooth present ( Fig. 21F View Figure )......................... 12

- Body black with legs yellowish ( Fig. 3C View Figure ); unguis apical tooth absent ( Fig. 29E View Figure )........ S. barrai  sp. nov. Cipola & Baquero

12 Abd IV with 4–5 antero-central and 3 postero-central mac ( Fig. 20 A)........................................... 13 

- Abd IV with 6 antero-central and 4 postero-central mac.................................... S. tigridica Rusek, 1981 

13 Abd IV with 4 antero-central mac ( Fig. 12 A)............................................................... 14 

- Abd IV with 5 antero-central mac ( Fig. 16 A)............................................................... 15 

14 Body colour with distinct pattern, one transverse strip on Abd I–II, and anterior and posterior Abd IV................................................................................ S. maroccana Negri, Pellecchia & Fanciulli, 2005 

- Body depigmented......................................................... S. vanderheydeni Jacquemart, 1974 

15 Males with femur and tibiotarsi of leg I with spine-like chaetae ( Fig. 21E View Figure )........................................ 16

- Males without modified chaetae in legs................................................................... 17

16 Ant IV annulated; unguis with median tooth larger than basal and apical ( Fig. 21F View Figure ); manubrium ventrally with 18 apical chaetae ( Fig. 21G View Figure )............................................................ S. mantis Zeppelini & Bellini, 2006 

- Ant IV normal; unguis with basal and median tooth subequal, both larger than apical; manubrium ventrally with 16 apical chaetae............................................................................... S. uwei Barra, 2010 

17(15) Body with blue pigment on anterior and posterior margins of Th II to Abd III, all Abd IV and appendages ( Fig. 2C–D View Figure );....................................................................................... S. ferrarii Parona, 1888 

- Body depigmented................................................................ S. nigeri Jacquemart, 1974 

18 Head mac M 4i and Pa 4 present ( Fig. 22D View Figure ); Th II with 7 or more medio-central (m1–2 complex) mac ( Fig. 37 A View Figure ); Abd I with 8–10 central mac ( Fig. 37C View Figure )............................................................................ 19 

- Head mac M 4i and Pa 4 absent ( Fig. 31E View Figure ); Th II with 6 or less medio-central (m1–2 complex) mac ( Fig. 32 A View Figure ); Abd I with 6 or less central mac ( Fig. 32C View Figure )............................................................................. 25 

19 Ant I–II normal, without modifications................................................................... 20

- Ant I –II enlarged and with scales elongated in spiral-shaped ( Figs 35 A –D View Figure )............ S. burgersi  sp. nov. Cipola & Arbea 

20 Th III with 18 or less central mac ( Fig. 23B View Figure )............................................................... 21

- Th III with 24 central mac............................................................ S. lusitanica Gama, 1964 

21 Th III with 15 central mac.............................................................................. 22

- Th III with 16 or more central mac ( Fig. 23B View Figure ).............................................................. 24

22 Th II with 8–9 mac in PmC group....................................................................... 23

- Th II with 10 mac in PmC group................................................ S. saxatilis Gisin & Gama, 1962 

23 Body color with distinct pattern, general with longitudinal strip on Th II to Abd I and transverse strips on Abd III –IV; Abd IV with 7 antero-central mac............................................................... S. dollfusi Carl, 1899 

- Body dark blue, appendages yellowish; Abd IV with 7–9 antero-central mac................... S. pallidipes Reuter, 1895 

24(21) Head mac Pp6 present ( Fig. 22D View Figure ); Th II with 11–13 mac in PmC group ( Fig. 23 A View Figure ).......... S. pini Jordana & Arbea, 1989   

- Head mac Pp6 absent; Th II with 9 mac in PmC group........................... S. squamoornata (Scherbakov, 1898) 

25 Th II with 5 or less medio-central (m1–2 complex) mac ( Figs 27 A View Figure , 32 A View Figure ); Abd I with 6 central mac ( Fig. 27C View Figure ).......... 26 

- Th II with 6 medio-central (m1–2 complex) mac; Abd I with 5 central mac ( Fig. 11C View Figure )......... S. insalahi Jacquemart, 1974 

26 Th II with 4 medio-central mac ( Fig. 6 A View Figure )  ; Abd IV with 12 central mac (B1–2 absent) ( Fig. 7 A)....................... 27 

- Th II with 5 medio-central mac ( Fig. 32 A View Figure )  ; Abd IV with 14 central mac (B1–2 present) ( Fig. 33 A View Figure )................................................................................................ S. betica  sp. nov. Cipola & Arbea 

27 Th II with 5 mac in PmC group ( Fig. 19A View Figure )................................................................ 28

- Th II with 8–10 mac in PmC group, generally 9 ( Fig. 6 A View Figure )............................... S. domestica ( Nicolet, 1842)   

28 Ant IV annulated; trochanteral organ with 20 or less spine-like chaetae; unguiculus with outer lamella serrated ( Fig. 8F View Figure )... 29

- Ant IV normal; trochanteral organ with more than 30 spine-like chaetae; unguiculus with outer lamella smooth ( Fig. 21F View Figure ). 30

29 Body color pale, without distinct pattern, pigments restrict to Ant I–IV, part of head and legs (except tibiotarsi); Th III with 15 central mac, p1ip present......................................... S. atlantica Negri, Pellecchia & Fanciulli, 2005 

- Body with two longitudinal strips on Th II to Abd I and other transversal strip on Abd III; Th III with 14 central mac, p1ip absent ( Fig. 27B View Figure )................................................................... S. dagamae Dallai, 1973 

30 Th II with 10 antero-lateral mac (a5 and m4 complex) and 6 mac in PmA group ( Fig. 19 A View Figure )...... S. deserti Jacquemart, 1974   

- Th II with 7 antero-lateral mac (a5 and m4 complex) and 7 mac in PmA group ( Fig. 27 A View Figure )............ S. graeca Ellis, 1966