Cladiopsocus kogui

Obando, Ranulfo González, García Aldrete, Alfonso N. & Carrejo, Nancy, 2018, New species and records of Cladiopsocus Roesler (Psocodea: ‘ Psocoptera’: Psocomorpha: Cladiopsocidae) from Colombia, Zootaxa 4378 (2), pp. 191-223: 202

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4378.2.2

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:0FAAA8FA-83EC-404E-9C44-6ED1355B7FF7

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/F41EAC0D-FFC1-0A14-0F9F-FE05EAB3FAEF

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Plazi

scientific name

Cladiopsocus kogui
status

n. sp.

Cladiopsocus kogui  n. sp. Male

( Figs 36–42View FIGURES 36–42)

Diagnosis. Belonging in species group “2”, subgroup 4, in the classification of Eertmoed (1986). It differs from the other species in the genus by the shape of the phallosome ( Fig. 54View FIGURES 50–56), epiproct and paraprocts ( Figs 41, 42View FIGURES 36–42).

Color. Head ( Fig. 38View FIGURES 36–42) brown, vertex, front and postclypeus brown, anteclypeus, labrum, mandibles, and maxillae pale brown, labium cream. Compound eyes dark brown, ocelli hyaline in a dark brown area. Antennae and maxillary palps brown. Pronotum pale brown, mesonotum and metanotum brown, thoracic pleura pale brown to cream; legs pale brown, tibiae and tarsi darker. Forewing membrane almost hyaline, ( Fig. 36View FIGURES 36–42); veins brown, with brown spots along some veins and at wing margin. Hindwings hyaline ( Fig. 37View FIGURES 36–42). Abdomen cream, with segmental spots pale brown, clunium and hypandrium brown, clunium with narrow anterior edge dark brown; epiproct and paraproct pale brown, paraproctal prong and phallosome brown.

Morphology. As in diagnosis plus the following: head vertex emarginate, slightly below the upper margin of the compound eyes ( Fig. 38View FIGURES 36–42); these large, with interommatidial setae. D is 0.60 the length of the head in front view. Forewings ( Fig. 36View FIGURES 36–42); membrane pterostigma with setae, without spur veins. Hypandrium triangular, broad, with medium sized setae and macrosetae. Phallosome bilobed anteriorly ( Fig. 40View FIGURES 36–42), widened distally, external parameres rounded laterally, endophallic lobes broadly triangular, arms of internal parameres bow shaped, fused posteriorly on the midline. Epiproct semioval ( Fig. 41View FIGURES 36–42), emarginate apically, with rounded small tubercle meso-distally, with six setae mesally, posterior setal field as illustrated. Paraprocts ( Fig. 42View FIGURES 36–42) with medium sized setae and macrosetae as illustrated; mesal prong elongate and strongly curved apically; sensory fields with 21 trichobothria on basal rosettes.

Measurements. FW: 3300, HW: 2487, F: 820, T: 1460, t1: 570, t2: 40, t3: 75, ctt1: 31, f1: 600, f2: 460, Mx4: 200, IO: 220, D: 440, d: 330, IO/d: 0.67, PO: 0.75.

Specimens studied. Holotype male. COLOMBIA. Magdalena. Ciénaga, San Javier. 10°52’26.9”N  : 74°01’38.0”W, 1621 m. 14–15.III.2016. O. Saenz, N. Carrejo & R. González. Led light trap in forest canopy. MUSENUV slide code 2890. 2 paratypes male, same data as the holotypeGoogleMaps  .

Etymology. This species is dedicated to the Kogui ethnic group, that inhabit the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.