Libiocoris Kormilev 1957

Bai, Xiaoshuan, Yang, Chunwang & Cai, Wanzhi, 2006, First record of the genus Libiocoris Kormilev 1957 (Heteroptera: Aradidae) from China, with the description of two new species, Zootaxa 1370, pp. 39-47: 40

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.174895

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:94AAF060-77EC-4B94-A160-C8B0F6C892A0

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6256606

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/C058C86E-FFB3-FFAA-FE99-B546FD718C26

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scientific name

Libiocoris Kormilev 1957
status

 

Libiocoris Kormilev 1957  

Libiocoris Kormilev 1957: 390   ; Usinger & Matsuda 1959: 181, 184; Kormilev 1968: 593, 594; Kormilev 1972: 568; Heiss 1982: 248; Kormilev & Froeschner 1987: 111.

Type species: Libiocoris poecilus Kormilev 1957   , by original designation.

Diagnosis: Apterous. Small. Body subtriangular. Dorsal and ventral surfaces partly covered with grayish incrustation, forming a curious pattern; first to third segments of antenna and legs covered with fine setigerous granules. Head subquadrangular, almost as long as wide across eyes, genae slender, apically deeply notched; antenniferous tubercles stout, conical, apically pointed; eyes small, semiglobose, with convex face; postocular tubercles small; antenna long and slender, first and third segments subequal in length, second shortest, first stout, incrassate, second and third cylindrincal, fourth fusiform; rostrum arising from a slit-like opening of atrium, not reaching limits of rostral groove. Pronotum well separated from mesonotum by curved intersegmental furrow, with medial sulcus; meso- and metanota separated only laterally, with elevated medial ridge, this with slender median furrow; metanotum fused with first and second tergites, separated laterally by furrows from connexivum (except in L. indicus Heiss   ); pro-, meso-, and metanota with a curious pattern of interrupted longitudinal callous spots laterally. Legs long and slender, without spines, preapical comb on fore tibia present, femur subcylindrical, claws with fine pulvilli. Disks of third to sixth tergites fused into a subquadrangular central plate, elevated on median line, and with usual pattern of large and small callous spots and dots. Seventh tergite strongly elevated posteriorly in male and slightly elevated in female. Pygophore cordate; paratergites clavate or dentiform. Scent gland opening small.

Distribution: Oriental Region.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Aradidae

Loc

Libiocoris Kormilev 1957

Bai, Xiaoshuan, Yang, Chunwang & Cai, Wanzhi 2006
2006
Loc

Libiocoris

Kormilev 1987: 111
Heiss 1982: 248
Kormilev 1972: 568
Kormilev 1968: 593
Usinger 1959: 181
Kormilev 1957: 390
1957