Callibaetis sellacki (Weyenbergh)

Cruz, Paulo Vilela, Salles, Frederico Falcão & Hamada, Neusa, 2013, Callibaetis Eaton (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae) from Brazil, Journal of Natural History (J. Nat. Hist.) 48 (11 - 12), pp. 591-660: 650-652

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.1080/00222933.2013.791883

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/038F4646-FFAD-0845-FE25-D6E9FC8DFCD7

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scientific name

Callibaetis sellacki (Weyenbergh)
status

 

Callibaetis sellacki (Weyenbergh)  

( Figure 27 View Figure 27 )

Cloe sellacki Weyenbergh, 1883, p. 164   .

Cloe lorentzii Weyenbergh, 1883, p. 167   .

Callibaetis sellacki Eaton, 1885, p. 198   ; Gillies, 1990; Nieto, 2008; Domínguez et al., 2006, p. 116.

Callibaetis trifasciatus   (partim) Navás, 1915b, p. 120.

Callibaetis fasciatus Ulmer, 1921, p. 246   .

Callibaetis lineatus Navás, 1932, p. 82   .

Known stages: I ♀ ♂, N

Diagnosis

Male imago. (1) Forewing with two reddish brown bands, second band parallel to posterior margin of wing ( Figure 27D View Figure 27 ); (2) marginal intercalary veins paired ( Figure 27D View Figure 27 ); (3) hind wing with 15–30 cross veins ( Figure 27E View Figure 27 ); (4) costal process of hind wing compound ( Figure 27E View Figure 27 ); (5) abdominal sterna washed with red spots with one mark anterolaterally; (6) forceps segment I wide at base, segment III elongate ( Figure 27C View Figure 27 ).

Female imago. (1) Forewing with two reddish bands, second parallel to posterior margin of wing ( Figure 27G View Figure 27 ); (2) marginal intercalary veins paired ( Figure 27G View Figure 27 ); (3) hind wing with 15–30 cross veins ( Figure 27H View Figure 27 ); (4) costal process of hind wing compound ( Figure 27H View Figure 27 ); (5) abdominal sterna, medially with one pair of light brown marks ( Figure 27I View Figure 27 ); (6) abdominal terga covered by red spots with one mark anterolaterally ( Figure 27F View Figure 27 ).

Mature nymph. (1) Labrum with deep medial emargination, distal margin with long and simple spine-like setae (fig. 61a in Nieto 2008); (2) maxillary palp longer than galea-lacinia (fig. 65 in Nieto 2008); (3) glossa subequal in length than paraglossa (fig. 66a in Nieto 2008); (4) forefemur, near ventral margin, with row of trifid spine-like

setae; (5) foretarsus with pectinated setae; (6) cerci with short spines on all segments (fig. 72 in Nieto 2008); (7) terminal filament with spines on all segments.

Comments

Callibaetis sellacki   is recorded for the first time from Brazil; the forewing colour pattern allows quick identification of this species. The Brazilian specimen was collected in a lake at an altitude of 1043 m.

Material examined

Three male imagos and one female imago, ARGENTINA, Buenos Aires, Tandil, A ◦ Quequén Chico, 6 / i / 1983, Domínguez col. ( INPA). Female imago, BRAZIL, São Paulo, Jundiaí, Serra do Japií , Lake near two houses, 14 / vii / 2009, Brito, P. col. ( INPA)   .

Distribution

Argentina, Chile and Brazil: São Paulo state, Jundiaí county.

INPA

Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Ephemeroptera

Family

Baetidae

Genus

Callibaetis

Loc

Callibaetis sellacki (Weyenbergh)

Cruz, Paulo Vilela, Salles, Frederico Falcão & Hamada, Neusa 2013
2013
Loc

Callibaetis sellacki

Dominguez E & Molineri C & Pescador ML & Hubbard MD & Nieto C 2006: 116
2006
Loc

Callibaetis lineatus Navás, 1932 , p. 82

Navas L 1932: 82
1932
Loc

Callibaetis fasciatus

Ulmer G 1921: 246
1921
Loc

Callibaetis trifasciatus

Navas L 1915: 120
1915
Loc

Cloe sellacki

Weyenbergh H 1883: 164
1883
Loc

Cloe lorentzii

Weyenbergh H 1883: 167
1883