Sciophila lutea

Bechev, Dimitar & Koç, Hasan, 2006, Two new species of Sciophila Meigen (Diptera: Mycetophilidae) from Turkey, with a key to the Western Palaearctic species of the S. lutea Macquart group, Zootaxa 1253, pp. 61-68: 64

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10.5281/zenodo.173048

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/BD65879B-F804-3179-FEE2-AD337C4CFBC9

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scientific name

Sciophila lutea
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Key to males of the Western Palaearctic species of the S. lutea  group

1. Dorsal gonocoxal lobe with 1 long seta ( Fig. 1 View Figure ) ................................. S. lutea  Macquart

­ Dorsal gonocoxal lobe with 2 long setae ...................................................................... 2

2. Gonocoxal apodeme poorly developed ............................................. S. modesta  Zaitzev

­ Gonocoxal apodeme strongly developed, ending about distal margin of gonocoxite... 3

3. Dorsal gonocoxal lobe with bifid process ( Fig. 3 View Figure ).......................................................... ........................................................................ S. iberolutea  Chandler & Blasco­Zumeta

­ Dorsal gonocoxal lobe rounded..................................................................................... 4

4. Distal part of gonocoxal apodeme bifurcate, with processes similar in form ............... 5

­ Distal part of gonocoxal apodeme bifurcate, with processes different in form ............ 6

5. Apodemal processes outwardly directed ( Fig. 2 View Figure ) ........................... S. corlutea  Chandler

­ Apodemal processes convergent and crossed apically ( Fig. 4 View Figure ) ....... S. muglolutea  sp. n.

6. Outer apodemal process narrow and pointed ................................................................ 7

­ Outer apodemal process broad and shallowly bifurcate apically................................. 8

7. Outer apodemal process inwardly directed ( Fig. 5 View Figure ) ......................... S. eryngii  Chandler

­ Outer apodemal process outwardly directed ( Fig. 6 View Figure ) ...................................................... ........................................................................ S. pandora  Chandler, Bechev & Caspers

8. Outer apodemal process broad ( Fig. 7 View Figure ) ............................................ S. delphis  Chandler

­ Outer apodemal process elongate ( Fig. 8 View Figure )......................................... S. turkolutea  sp. n.