Harasupia

Nielson, M. W., 2011, Tribe Teruliini: new genera and new species of Neotropical leafhoppers with a revised key to genera and species, new records and notes on distribution and taxonomy (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Coelidiinae), Zootaxa 2795 (1), pp. 1-45: 17-18

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http://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.2952.1.1

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/039A020A-091A-464F-FF08-CDFDFA7B2520

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scientific name

Harasupia
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Key to species of Harasupia   (males)

1. Aedeagus in lateral view with bifurcated shaft subbasally ( Fig. 111, Nielson, 1979)................................ 2

- Aedeagus in lateral view with bifurcated shaft medial or subapical ( Figs. 136, 143, Nielson, 1979)..................... 3

2. Style without apophysis ( Fig. 108, Nielson, 1979); aedeagus with numerous, fine spines on apex of secondary process ( Fig. 111, Nielson, 1979); pygofer in lateral view without caudodorsal lobe ( Fig. 106, Nielson 1979)..................................................................................................... ( Mexico) H. marginata (Stål)  

- Style with short apophysis ( Fig. 3, Nielson, 1983), aedeagus with 3 stout spines on secondary process ( Fig. 5, Nielson 1983); pygofer in lateral view with small, curved caudodorsal process ( Fig. 1, Nielson (1979)...... ( Mexico) H. trispinata Nielson  

3. Pygofer in lateral view with or without very small lobe on caudal margin ( Figs. 7, 19, Nielson, 1989)................... 4

- Pygofer in lateral view with very distinct, long spine like process on caudal margin ( Fig.1, Nielson, 1989........................................................................................... ( Mexico) H. mexicana Nielson  

4. Aedeagus in lateral view first bifurcation near middle of shaft ( Fig. 136, Nielson, 1979).............................. 5

- Aedeagus in lateral view first bifurcation distad of middle of shaft ( Fig. 143, Nielson, 1979)......................... 10

5. Style with long apophysis, much longer than basal part ( Fig. 129, Nielson, 1979); aedeagus with distal processes with varied configurations ( Figs. 132, 136, Nielson, 1979).............................................................. 6

- Style with short apophysis, about a long as basal part ( Fig. 113, Nielson, 1979); aedeagus with 5 uniform, digitate, closely appressed processes apically ( Fig. 116, Nielson, 1979)................................. ( Mexico) H. sinistra Nielson  

6. Style with apical setae ( Figs. 10, 11, Nielson, 1989).................................... Mexico) H. retrorsa Nielson  

- Style without apical setae ( Fig. 138, Nielson, 1979)........................................................... 7

7. Aedeagus with basal bifurcated process clawed apically ( Fig. 136, Nielson, 1979)................................. 8

- Aedeagus with basal bifurcated process not clawed apically ( Fig. 132, Nielson, 1979)............................... 9

8. Aedeagus with basal and apical bifurcated processes clawed apically ( Fig. 136, Nielson 1979)........................................................................................... ( United States, Mexico) H. snowi (Lawson)  

- Aedeagus with only basal bifurcated process clawed apically ( Fig. 20, Nielson, 1989).........( Mexico) H. ungula Nielson  

9. Aedeagus in lateral view with ventral process inflated, several spines on its dorsal margin ( Fig. 52), slightly inflated at apex ( Fig. 53); subgenital plate sinuate ( Fig. 49)........................................... ( Mexico) H. lyrata   sp. nov.

- Aedeagus in lateral view with ventral process not inflated, dorsal margin glabrous ( Fig. 132, Nielson, 1979); subgenital plate broadly convex ( Fig. 130, Nielson, 1979)....................................... ( Mexico) H. pustulata (Spångberg)  

10. Aedeagal shaft constricted medially in lateral and dorsal views ( Figs. 26, 27, Nielson, 1980)...... ( Mexico) H. baja Nielson  

- Aedeagal shaft constricted medially in lateral view or not constricted in either view............................... 11

11. Aedeagal shaft in lateral view with 2 narrow, apical bifurcations ( Figs. 142, Nielson 1979.... ( Mexico) H. stipulata Nielson  

- Aedeagal shaft with in lateral view with 1 narrow and 1 broad, apical bifurcations ( Fig. 15, Nielson, 1989).............................................................................................. ( Mexico) H. austini Nielson