Psathyromyia (Forattiniella)

Ibáñez-Bernal, Sergio, Muñoz, José, Rebollar-Téllez, Eduardo A., Pech-May, Agelica & Marina, Carlos F., 2015, Phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) of Chiapas collected near the Guatemala border, with additions to the fauna of Mexico and a new subgenus name, Zootaxa 3994 (2), pp. 151-186: 171

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3994.2.1

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:32027FAA-4AB3-4394-841D-33571F25529E

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5679503

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scientific name

Psathyromyia (Forattiniella)
status

 

Psathyromyia (Forattiniella)   Vargas, 1978

Lutzomyia   species group Aragoi   Theodor, 1965: 185; Lewis et al., 1977: 325; Young & Duncan, 1994: 375.

Lutzomyia   species group Brasiliensis Martins et al., 1978: 140 (in part).

Lutzomyia (Forattiniella)   Vargas, 1978: 89 (in part). Type species: Flebotomus lutzianus   Costa Lima, 1932, by original designation.

Psathyromyia (Oophoromyia) Artemiev, 1991: 73   . Type species: Flebotomus aragoi   Costa Lima, 1932, by original desigation.

Psathyromyia (Forattiniella)   Vargas: Galati, 1995: 137 ( Oophoromyia   as synonym); Galati, 2003: 42 (list of species).

Diagnosis. Flagellomere 1 and/or 2, and/or 3 lacking simple setae; ascoids with short but distinct proximal spurs; palpal segment 5 as long as 3 + 4. Male: usually with Newstead´s sensilla on palpal segment 2; phallic guide as long as or longer than 2.0 times its basal width; gonocoxite with diffuse short persistent setae or without them; gonostylus with four spiniform setae and no preapical fine seta; paramere usually with dorsal hump; lateral lobes extending to or beyond the level of gonocoxite apex. Female: cibarium with 4 to 12 or more horizontal teeth, vertical teeth in rows; pharynx unarmed; palpal segment 2 with Newstead sensillae; spermathecae nearly spherical or oval without incipient annulations or cylindrical with annulations; individual spermathecal ducts longer than common duct (Galati 2003; Young & Duncan 1994).

Remarks. This subgenus comprises 14 species widely distributed in the Neotropics with one species reaching into the United States. Two species are known in Mexico both recorded in this work.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Psychodidae

Loc

Psathyromyia (Forattiniella)

Ibáñez-Bernal, Sergio, Muñoz, José, Rebollar-Téllez, Eduardo A., Pech-May, Agelica & Marina, Carlos F. 2015
2015
Loc

Psathyromyia (Oophoromyia)

Artemiev 1991: 73
1991