Mycomya kambaitiensis , Väisänen, Rauno, 2013

Väisänen, Rauno, 2013, New Mycomya species from the Himalayas (Diptera, Mycetophilidae): 2. Subgenera Calomycomya, Cymomya, Neomycomya and Pavomya subg. n., Zootaxa 3666 (3), pp. 301-318: 316-317

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Mycomya kambaitiensis

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Mycomya kambaitiensis  sp. n.

Figs. 9View FIGURE 9 A –B, 10 A –D

Material examined. Holotype. 3. MYANMAR, N.E. Burma, Kambaiti, 7000 ft., 11.V. 1934, Malaise (in MZH).

Description. 3. Head. Palp and other mouthparts brownish, face yellow, posterior parts of head brown. Antenna brownish, scape, pedicel and base of 1 st flagellomere yellow. Length of 1 st flagellomere about 1.5 x, 2 nd flagellomere 1.2 x, its width. Thorax. Pronotum yellow, with 4 long setae. Scutum subshining, brown, anterolaterally paler brownish. Anepisternum yellow. Preepisternum brownish, ventral half brown. Scutellum brownish, with 4 long setae. Laterotergite brownish, ventral part brown. Mediotergite brown, bare. Wing. Length 4.9 mm. Wing hyaline, apically very slightly infuscate. Sc ending in C distad of middle of small cell, Sc 2 ending in R 1 near middle of small cell. Apical part of Sc bearing 25 small setae. Small cell about 2.5 times as long as wide. Cu fork distinctly proximal to M fork. M ratios: 0.46, 0.53. Cu ratios: 0.59, 0.91. Small setae: M petiole: 0; M 1: +; M 2: +; Cu petiole: +; Cu 1: +; Cu 2: +. Halter pale yellowish. Legs. Coxae and femora yellow, tibiae and tarsi brownish to brown. Coxa 2 without spur. Leg ratios: bt 1:t 1 = 0.92, bt 2:t 2 = 0.71, bt 3:t 3 = 0.66. Abdomen. Tergites 1–4 brown, with wide yellow posterior margins, 5–7 brownish to brown. Sternites 1–3 yellow, 4 yellow with brownish lateral margins, 5–7 brown with yellow middle line. Hypopygium. Figs. 9View FIGURE 9 A –B and 10 A –D, yellow. Tergite 9 with 2 pairs of large, setose lateral appendages and complex medial structures ( Fig. 9View FIGURE 9 A). Sternal lateral appendage very long, relatively wide, setose ( Fig. 9View FIGURE 9 B). Gonostylus with 2 long, slender branches, medial branch with 3 apical teeth ( Fig. 10View FIGURE 10 B). Aedeagus long. Tergite 8 bare ( Fig. 10View FIGURE 10 C). Sternite 8 large with many subapical setae ( Fig. 10View FIGURE 10 D).

Etymology. The species is named after its type locality.