Bungona (Centroptella) longisetosa ( Braasch & Soldán, 1980 ),

Shi, Weifang & Tong, Xiaoli, 2019, Genus Bungona Harker, 1957 (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae) from China, with descriptions of three new species and a key to Oriental species, Zootaxa 4586 (3), pp. 571-585: 572-573

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4586.3.12

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scientific name

Bungona (Centroptella) longisetosa ( Braasch & Soldán, 1980 )
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Bungona (Centroptella) longisetosa ( Braasch & Soldán, 1980) 

( Figs 1–5View FIGURES 1–5)

Centroptella longisetosa: Braasch & Soldán, 1980: 123  .

Cloeodes longisetosus: Waltz & McCafferty, 1987a: 177  ; 1987b: 201; Tong, Dudgeon & McCafferty, 2003: 669.

Bungona (Centroptella) longisetosa: Salles, Gattolliat & Sartori, 2016: 104  .

Material examined (deposited in ethanol unless otherwise stated). Besides the material examined by Tong et al. (2003), the following additional specimens have been studied: CHINA. Guangdong: 1 nymph, Wengyuan County, Xinjiang Town, Yangzigang (24.48°N, 113.80°E, alt. 128m), 21.v.2011, coll. Weifang Shi; 1 nymph, Dongguan City, Xiegang Town, Yingpingzui Forest Park (22.90°N, 114.22°E, alt. 160m), 22.x.2011, coll. Weifang ShiGoogleMaps  ; 1 nymph, Conghua City, Bishuiwan (23.70°N, 113.72°E, alt. 60m), 19.xi. 19.2011, coll. Weifang Shi.GoogleMaps  Hainan: 2 nymphs, Wangning City, Nanqiao Town (18.69°N, 110.16°E, alt. 50m), 22.iv.2011, coll. Weifang ShiGoogleMaps  ; 1 nymph, Baisha County, Yinggeling National Nature Reserve (19.03°N, 109.54°E, alt. 540m), 27.iv.2011, coll. Weifang Shi.GoogleMaps 

Distribution and biology. China (Guangdong, Hainan, Hong Kong). The nymphs usually inhabit the stone surfaces in slow current streams. Presumably it has a wide geographical range in southern China.

Comments. This species was originally described by Braasch and Soldán (1980) based on nymphs from Liu Chui, China. Later, Tong et al. (2003) redescribed the nymphal stage and provided the description of imagoes reared in the laboratory from mature nymphs, thereby confirming their association. The nymph of B. (C.) longisetosa  ( Figs 4–5View FIGURES 1–5) is characterized by the extremely short maxillary palpus (about 1/2 the length of galealacinia) ( Fig. 1View FIGURES 1–5) and abdominal sternites IV–VI each with a pair of long and fine setal tufts (i.e. with contiguous setal bases) ( Fig. 3View FIGURES 1–5). In male imaginal stage, it can be easily separated from the imaginal congeners by the presence of a well-developed rectangular protuberance between the genital forceps bases (Tong et al. 2003).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Ephemeroptera

Family

Baetidae

Genus

Bungona

Loc

Bungona (Centroptella) longisetosa ( Braasch & Soldán, 1980 )

Shi, Weifang & Tong, Xiaoli 2019
2019
Loc

Bungona (Centroptella) longisetosa:

Salles, F. F. & Gattolliat, J. - L. & Sartori, M. 2016: 104
2016
Loc

Cloeodes longisetosus:

Tong, X. & Dudgeon, D. & McCafferty, M. P. 2003: 669
2003
Loc

Centroptella longisetosa: Braasch & Soldán, 1980 : 123

Braasch, D. & Soldan, T. 1980: 123
1980