Euborellia, Burr, 1910

Kočárek, Petr, 2011, Dermaptera of Iran with description of Euborellia angustata sp. nov., Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae (suppl.) 51 (2), pp. 381-390: 384

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4468183

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4479843

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Euborellia
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Key to the species of Euborellia   of the Middle East

Species of the genus Euborellia   occurring in the Middle East geographic region ( Afghanistan, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen) can be separated by the following key:

1 (2) Tegminae and wings fully developed. ........... E. femoralis (Dohrn, 1863)   ( Iran, Iraq)

2 (1) Tegminae short, reduced or absent; wings rudimentary, concealed, or absent. ......... 5

3 (6) Tegminae present, even though rudimentary. ............................................................. 4

4 (5) Eyes large, as long as antennomere 1; antennomere 1 shorter than distance between antennal bases; male forceps usually with tooth on dorsal surface basally. .................. ......................................................................................... E. moesta Géné, 1839   ( Iran)

5 (4) Eyes small, diameter lesser than antennomere 1; antennomere 1 as long as or longer than distance between antennal bases; male forceps without tooth on dorsal surface basally. ........................................................ E. sakaii Steinmann, 1978   ( Afghanistan)

6 (3) Tegminae completely absent. ..................................................................................... 7

7 (8) Legs yellow, femora with conspicuous dark or black rings; pronotum wider than long. ............................ E. annulipes (Lucas, 1847)   ( Iran, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria)

8 (7) Legs uniformly yellow, pronotum longer than wide. ...... E. angustata   sp. nov. ( Iran)