Loneura dapaensis, Nieto, Julián Alexander Mendivil, Aldrete, Alfonso Neri García & Obando, Ranulfo González, 2017

Nieto, Julián Alexander Mendivil, Aldrete, Alfonso Neri García & Obando, Ranulfo González, 2017, Seven new species of Loneura Navás (Insecta: Psocodea: ‘ Psocoptera’: Ptiloneuridae) from Valle del Cauca, Colombia, Zootaxa 4227 (4), pp. 495-523 : 498-501

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4227.4.2

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:39B23AC0-C55F-4F3C-9ECB-1F5E849C97AB

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6015063

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/03AAD626-FFE5-FFB5-FF52-5E892BEE2ECB

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Plazi

scientific name

Loneura dapaensis
status

n. sp.

Loneura dapaensis n. sp.

( Figs 1–10 View FIGURES 1 – 5 View FIGURES 6 – 10 )

Diagnosis. Belonging in Group I, Subgroup IB ( García Aldrete et al. 2011 b). Differing from L. boliviana Williner , L. colombiana García Aldrete, González & Carrejo , L. maracaensis García Aldrete , L. raramuri García Aldrete , and L. splendida Mockford , in having the posterior projections of the central sclerite of the hypandrium slender, pointed, and in having a dense field or tuft of macrosetae on each half of the central sclerite of the hypandrium.

Male. Color (in 80% ethanol). Body dark brown, with cream spots. Head ( Fig. 2 View FIGURES 1 – 5 ), with two oblique dark brown bands, from the inner margin of each compound eye to the epistomal sulcus, surrounding the antennal fossae. Compound eyes black; ocelli hyaline. Vertex light cream, with two slender white bands and small dark spots. Postclypeus with converging pale and brown slender bands on each side, middle part of postclypeus cream. Anteclypeus and labrum pale brown. Genae with pale brown anterior half; posterior half cream. Postgena white. Antenna: scape brown, pedicel and flagella pale brown. Maxillary palps creamy; Mx 4 with distal third brown. Tergal lobes of meso- and metathorax dark brown. Thoracic pleura brown, except for the creamy metapleura. Legs: fore- and middle coxae and trochanters brown; hindcoxae and trochanters pale cream; fore- and middle femora light cream with small, dark brown spot distally; hind femora pale cream, except for an apical brown spot; tibiae brown, distally darker; tarsus 1 brown; tarsi 2–3 dark brown. Forewings hyaline, with a pigmented marginal brown band from R4+5 to proximal ends of 1A and 2A; pterostigma dark brown, with a mesal hyaline area as illustrated ( Fig. 1 View FIGURES 1 – 5 ). A brown spot at wing margin of vein R2+3; marginal pigmented band with hyaline fenestrae from cell m1 to distal end of cell 2a. Hindwings with pale brown triangular spots at the ends of R4+5, M1-3, Cu1 and Cu2; cell 1A pale brown. Abdomen dark brown, with small, pale cream irregular spots. Hypandrium, epiproct and paraprocts light cream.

Morphology. Head ( Fig. 2 View FIGURES 1 – 5 ) H/MxW: 1.39; compound eyes large, H/d: 2.39; IO/MxW: 0.82; vertex at the same level as the upper border of the compound eyes; outer cusp of lacinial tip broad, with 7–8 denticles. Forewings ( Fig. 1 View FIGURES 1 – 5 ) L/W: 2.56; pterostigma: lp/wp: 5.23; M seven branched, M7 distally forked; areola postica: la/ha: 1.37, high, distally rounded, posterior margin sinuous. Hindwings ( Fig. 1 View FIGURES 1 – 5 ) l/w: 2.83; M three branched. Hypandrium ( Fig. 4 View FIGURES 1 – 5 ), lateral sclerites elongate, clearly separated from the central sclerite. Phallosome ( Fig. 5 View FIGURES 1 – 5 ) anteriorly Vshaped, with slender side struts; external parameres membranous, slender, elongate, with rounded slightly sclerotized apex; two pairs of endophallic sclerites; anterior pair weakly sclerotized and laminar, symmetric, curved, with wide base next to base of posterior sclerite, apex truncate. Paraprocts ( Fig. 3 View FIGURES 1 – 5 ) oval, with short setae posteriorly; sensory fields with 3 3–34 trichobothria on basal rosettes. Epiproct ( Fig. 3 View FIGURES 1 – 5 ) convex anteriorly, almost trapeziform, broadly rounded posteriorly, with setae as illustrated and a field of microsetae along posterior border.

Measurements (in µm). FW: 6075, HW: 4100, F: 1475, T: 2550, t1: 1100, t2: 120, t3: 160, ctt1: 31, f1: 1070, f2: 1090, f3: 950, f4: 770, Mx 4: 350, IO: 680, D: 480, d: 290, IO/d: 2.34, PO: 0.60.

Female. Color (in 80% ethanol). Body, legs, epiproct, paraprocts and wings as in the males. Head with white bands wider and less obvious than in the male vertex. Subgenital plate with large, pigmented lateral areas, joined posteriorly. Gonapophyses brown; ninth sternum orange.

Morphology. As in diagnosis, plus the following: Head ( Fig. 7 View FIGURES 6 – 10 ) H/MxW: 1.47; compound eyes smaller than in the male, H/d: 2.84; IO/MxW: 0.82; vertex slightly above the level of the upper border of the compound eyes; outer cusp of lacinial tip broad, with 6-7 denticles. Forewings ( Fig. 6 View FIGURES 6 – 10 ) L/W: 2.59; pterostigma: lp/wp: 5.12, long, wider in the middle; M six branched, M6 distally forked; areola postica: la/ha: 1.43, high, rounded apically. Hindwings ( Fig. 6 View FIGURES 6 – 10 ) l/w: 2.88; M three branched. Subgenital plate ( Fig. 9 View FIGURES 6 – 10 ) wide, apex rounded, setae as illustrated. Gonapophyses ( Fig. 10 View FIGURES 6 – 10 ): v1 elongate, slender and acuminate; v2 +3 proximally wide, with proximal pointed heel; v2 with a row of 6 setae; distal process long, sinuous and acuminate, with microsetae. Ninth sternum ( Fig. 10 View FIGURES 6 – 10 ) well sclerotized, transverse, with sides rounded. Paraprocts ( Fig. 8 View FIGURES 6 – 10 ) triangular, with field of long and short setae distally; sensory fields with 32-35 trichobothria on basal rosettes. Epiproct ( Fig. 8 View FIGURES 6 – 10 ) triangular, wide based, with setae as illustrated.

Measurements (in µm). FW: 6275, HW: 4175, F: 1475, T: 2525, t1: 1100, t2: 130, t3: 180, ctt1: 33, f1: 970, f2: 1060, f3: 930, f4: 790, Mx 4: 370, IO: 700, D: 440, d: 300, IO/d: 2.33, PO: 0.68.

Specimens studied. Holotype male. COLOMBIA. Valle del Cauca. Yumbo, Dapa, Finca Palo Alto , 3°34’9.0”N : 76°34’13.6”W, 1866 m., 19.III.2011, R. González. MUSENUV slide code 26148. Paratypes: 1 male, 1 female (MUSENUV slide code 26149), same data as the holotype GoogleMaps . 2 males, same locality, 30.III.2011 GoogleMaps 1.IV.2011, J. Mendivil. Led light trap in forest canopy and on tree trunk. 4 females, Roldanillo, Montañuela , 4° 26' 46.6''N ; 76° 11' 21.2''W, 1789 m, 9.IV.2013. R. González, on tree trunk.

Etymology. The specific epithet refers to Dapa, in Yumbo, Valle del Cauca, where the holotype and four paratypes were collected.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Psocodea

Family

Ptiloneuridae

Genus

Loneura