Takiyaella, Gonçalves & Domahovski, 2021

Gonçalves, Clayton C. & Domahovski, Alexandre C., 2021, A new genus and five new species of Neocoelidiinae leafhoppers from Brazil (Insecta: Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) with a key to males, European Journal of Taxonomy 775, pp. 34-61: 58

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.5852/ejt.2021.775.1545

publication LSID

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5579095

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/6E1BFF39-D305-4E7C-982E-D315E686A299

taxon LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:act:6E1BFF39-D305-4E7C-982E-D315E686A299

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Felipe

scientific name

Takiyaella
status

gen. nov.

Key to males of Takiyaella   gen. nov.

1. Forewing with black macula on fourth apical cell ( Fig. 1D View Fig ); pygofer not expanded apically ( Fig. 1E View Fig ); connective Y-shaped ( Fig. 1H View Fig ); aedeagal shaft with apical portion not expanded laterally ( Fig. 1J– K View Fig ) ............................................................................................................ T. anomala   gen. et sp. nov.

– Forewing without black macula on fourth apical cell ( Figs 3D View Fig , 7D View Fig ); pygofer expanded apically ( Figs 5E View Fig , 8E View Fig ); connective V-shaped ( Figs 5H View Fig , 10G View Fig ); aedeagal shaft with apical portion expanded laterally ( Figs 7K View Fig , 8K View Fig ) ...................................................................................................................... 2

2. Aedeagus with apex spatulate, lateral margins bearing small spiniform projections ( Figs 3K View Fig , 8K View Fig , 10J View Fig ) ................................................................................................................................................... 3

– Aedeagus expanded apically forming a small lateral process on each side ( Figs 5K View Fig , 7K View Fig ) ................ ........................................................................................................................................................... 5

3. Pygofer strongly expanded apically, dorsal margin without distinct lobe ( Fig. 8E View Fig ); aedeagus short, shaft flattened laterally on basal half, atrial processes, in lateral view, posterior to shaft curvature ( Fig. 8J View Fig ) ................................................................................................ T. mejdalanii   gen. et sp. nov.

– Pygofer moderatelly expanded apically, dorsal margin with distinct lobe ( Figs 3E View Fig , 10D View Fig ); aedeagus long, shaft tubular on basal half, atrial processes, in lateral view, anterior or parallel to shaft curvature ( Figs 3J View Fig , 10I View Fig ) ..................................................................................................................................... 4

4. Aedeagus with atrial processes parallel to shaft and following its curvature ( Fig. 3J View Fig ) ...................... ............................................................................................................... T. cavichiolii   gen. et sp. nov.

– Aedeagus with atrial processes anterior to the shaft curvature ( Fig. 10I View Fig ) .......................................... ................................................... T. sexguttata ( Chiamolera & Cavichioli, 2003)   gen. et comb. nov.

5. Aedeagus with two pairs of atrial processes ( Fig. 5J–K View Fig ) ......... T. coelhomarquesae   gen. et sp. nov.

– Aedeagus with a pair of bifid atrial processes ( Fig. 7J–K View Fig ) ........................ T. daniela   gen. et sp. nov.