Licontinia, Nielson. The, 1979

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: 23

publication ID

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

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5294736

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scientific name

Licontinia
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Key to species of Licontinia   (males)

1. Aedeagus in lateral view with tubular, broad shaft in basal 3/4 (Figs. 517, 526, 531, Nielson, 1979)..................... 2

- Aedeagus in lateral view with tubular, very narrow shaft in basal 3/4 (Fig. 74)........... ( Panama). L. recurvata   , sp. nov.

2. Pygofer in lateral view with broad caudoventral process (Figs. 514, 522, Nielson, 1979)............................. 3

- Pygofer in lateral view with narrow, digitate, caudoventral process (Fig. 529, Nielson, 1979).......................... 4

3. Aedeagus with short spines on shaft (Fig. 525, 527, Nielson, 1979); general habitus deep fuscous with yellow transverse band on pronotum in male, yellow transverse band on pronotum and 2 transverse bands on forewings of female................ ..............................................................( Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama) L. introducens (Walker)  

- Aedeagus long spines on shaft (Fig. 517, 518, Nielson, 1979; general habitus deep fuscous without such bands............................................................................... ( Ecuador, Colombia) L. implicata Nielson  

4. Pygofer in lateral view with caudoventral process inflated distally (Fig. 78); aedeagus in lateral view with some spines on shaft extending beyond gonopore (Fig. 82)......................................... ( Colombia) L. multisetacea   , sp. nov.

- Pygofer in lateral view with caudoventral process attenuated apically (Fig. 529, Nielson, 1979; aedeagus in lateral view with spines not reaching gonopore (Fig. 531, Nielson, 1979)............................ ( Colombia) L. elegans (Spångberg)