Amusurgus (Usgmona) Furukawa, 1970, Furukawa, 1970

Liu, Hao-Yu, Chi, Li-Cheng, Shi, Fu-Ming & Zhou, Han-Tao, 2015, A new species of Amusurgus (Usgmona) Furukawa from China (Orthoptera: Gryllidae: Trigonidiinae), Zootaxa 4013 (3), pp. 435-439: 436

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4013.3.7

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:AB537BC2-B820-4729-810E-AA3BDD8D9C68

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Amusurgus (Usgmona) Furukawa, 1970
status

 

Amusurgus (Usgmona) Furukawa, 1970  

Usgmona Furukawa, 1970: 59   . Synonymized with Metiochodes Chopard, 1932   by Ichikawa et al., 2000: 285. Amusurgus   ( Usgmona   ): He et al., 2010: 56.

Type species: Usgmona genji Furukawa, 1970  

Generic diagnosis. Body small and slender. Vertex convex, eyes vertically lengthened, 5 th joint of maxillary palpi long and widened apically. Pronotum transverse. Tegmen slightly extending to apex of wings, rather convex and slightly sclerotized, lacking a stridulatory file, covered with fine pubescence, venation similar in both sexes. Fore tibia without tympana; hind tibia with three pairs of dorsal spurs and five apical spurs, of which two internal and three external spurs. Male genitalia: epiphallus present with lateral lobes, which are finely toothed along internal margins; endophallus developed. Ovipositor long, curved upwards.

Remarks. This subgenus is distinguished from the subgenera Amusurgus Wattenwyl, 1893   and Paranaxipha Chopard, 1925   by the fore tibia without tympana.

Distribution. China, Japan.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Orthoptera

Family

Haglotettigoniidae

Genus

Amusurgus

Loc

Amusurgus (Usgmona) Furukawa, 1970

Liu, Hao-Yu, Chi, Li-Cheng, Shi, Fu-Ming & Zhou, Han-Tao 2015
2015
Loc

Usgmona

He 2010: 56
Ichikawa 2000: 285
Furukawa 1970: 59
1970