Trepobates taylori (Kirkaldy, 1899)

Moreno-R., Claudia, Molina-J., Wendy, Barbosa, Julianna Freires & Moreira, Felipe, 2018, Aquatic and semiaquatic bugs (Insecta, Hemiptera, Heteroptera) from Toluviejo Municipality, Sucre Department, Caribbean region of Colombia, Check List 14 (6), pp. 985-1002 : 992

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.15560/14.6.985

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/03826A40-FFD6-FFBD-FF49-FC7AB3C99878

treatment provided by

Marcus

scientific name

Trepobates taylori (Kirkaldy, 1899)
status

 

Trepobates taylori (Kirkaldy, 1899)

New record. Colombia: Sucre: Toluviejo: Pechilín Stream, station 2 (09°26′08″ N, 075°26′15″ W), Wendy Molina-J., 01.IV.2017 (WMJ 077).

Identification. Males of T. taylori were distinguished from the other 2 species of the genus occurring in the study area by the fore femur with a preapical constriction and the venter of abdominal segment VIII covered only by short setae. Females were identified by the abdominal sternite VII not strongly projected posteriorly, without fringe of setae on the posterior margin (Aristizábal- García 2002).

Distribution in the Colombian Caribbean region. Bolívar ( Aristizábal-García 2002), Cesar (Morales- -Castaño and Castro-Vargas 2010), Córdoba, Magdalena ( Morales-Castaño and Castro-Vargas 2010, Aristizábal- -García 2017), Sucre (this work), Urabá antioqueño ( Aristizábal-García 2002).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Gerridae

Genus

Trepobates