Dicranomyia (Erostrata) globulithorax Alexander, 1924

Kato, Daichi, Tachi, Takuji & Gelhaus, Jon, 2018, Revision of the subgenus Dicranomyia (Erostrata) Savchenko, 1976 (Diptera, Limoniidae) of Japan, Zootaxa 4441 (1), pp. 181-194: 184-186

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Dicranomyia (Erostrata) globulithorax Alexander, 1924
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Dicranomyia (Erostrata) globulithorax Alexander, 1924 

( Figs. 7View FIGURES 4–13, 36View FIGURES 35–40, 41View FIGURES 41–44)

Dicranomyia globulithorax Alexander, 1924: 547  . Type locality: Japan, Hokkaido, Chitose-shi, Shikotsu ; 

Limonia (Limonia) globithorax globulithorax: Alexander, 1955: 278  ;

Dicranomyia (Erostrata) globithorax globulithorax: Savchenko & Krivolutskaya, 1976: 132  ; Savchenko, 1983: 138; Savchenko, 1989: 307; Savchenko et al, 1992: 342; Nakamura et al, 2014: 41; Oosterbroek, 2018.

Specimens examined: Holotype, male, JAPAN, Hokkaido, Shikotsu , 27.IX.1922, T. Esaki ( USNM)  . Paratype, male, JAPAN: [Hokkaido], L. Shikotsu, 27.IX.1922, T. Esaki ( USNM)  .

Diagnosis. General coloration ( Fig. 36View FIGURES 35–40) brown to dark brown. Head blackish; palpus one segmented. Abdomen dark brown. Male genitalia with tergite 9 bearing a pair of rounded lobes on posterior margin (as in Fig. 4View FIGURES 4–13); gonostylus ( Fig. 7View FIGURES 4–13) concaved on distal 1/6 of inner margin, covered with strong setae at tip.

Description. Male. Body length 4.8 mm. Wing length 6.2 mm.

Head. Dark brown. Antenna dark brown, pedicel almost as wide as basal flagellomeres, flagellar segments with distinct pale pubescence; palpus oval, one segmented.

Thorax. Brown, lateral sides of postpronotum and anepimeron near wing base weakly paler. Wing blackish tinged. Legs brown, coxae, trochanters, and base of femora paler. Halter brown.

Abdomen. Brown, sternite 7 with a small, conical internal sac on posterior margin (as in Fig. 10View FIGURES 4–13). Male genitalia with tergite 9 oval, bearing a pair of rounded lobes on posterior margin, each lobe separated by wide U- or V-shaped notch, longitudinal internal ridge distinct on middle of tergite 9 (as in Fig. 4View FIGURES 4–13); gonocoxite cylindrical, about as long as width of tergite 9, ventromesal lobe finger-shaped, about 1/3 as long as gonocoxite and 1.5–2 times as long as width (as in Fig. 4View FIGURES 4–13); gonostylus ( Fig. 7View FIGURES 4–13) slightly shorter than gonocoxite and slightly wider on distal half than basal half, apex with outer edge produced about 1/5 as long as whole length of gonostylus, mesal surface of gonostylus weakly sclerotized and darkened, covered with strong setae, outer surface of gonostylus with a small protuberance bearing two setae near base; paramere (as in Figs. 5–6View FIGURES 4–13) with mesal-apical lobe slender, pointed at tip, lateral part of paramere produced into ribbon-like plate, curled laterally and ventrally, the plate 1/4 as long as width of paramere in lateral view; aedeagus (as in Fig. 5View FIGURES 4–13) cylindrical, narrowed near tip; tip shortly bilobed, directed ventrally.

Female. Not examined.

Distribution. Japan (Hokkaido, Shikoku ( Fig. 41View FIGURES 41–44)), Russian Far East (Primorskiy kray, Kuril islands).

Remarks. As mentioned in the remark of D. globithorax  , D. globithorax globulithorax  is elevated to species rank based on the distinct differences in their male genitalia. This species is also somewhat similar to a Taiwanese species, D. (E.) melas ( Alexander, 1934)  , but is differentiated from it by the following male genital structures: male genitalia (as in Figs. 4–6View FIGURES 4–13) with ventromesal lobe of gonocoxite longer, about 1.5–2 times as long as width (about as long as width in D. melas  ); mesal-apical lobe of paramere without a ridge-like short extension near base of dorsal margin (with a ridge-like short extension near base of dorsal margin D. melas  ).

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Limoniidae

Genus

Dicranomyia

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Dicranomyia (Erostrata) globulithorax Alexander, 1924

Kato, Daichi, Tachi, Takuji & Gelhaus, Jon 2018
2018
Loc

Dicranomyia globulithorax

Alexander, 1924 : 547
Loc

Limonia (Limonia) globithorax globulithorax:

Alexander, 1955 : 278
Loc

Dicranomyia (Erostrata) globithorax globulithorax: Savchenko & Krivolutskaya, 1976 : 132

Savchenko & Krivolutskaya, 1976 : 132
Savchenko, 1983 : 138
Savchenko, 1989 : 307
Savchenko et al, 1992 : 342
Nakamura et al, 2014 : 41