Uroleucon,

Kanturski, Mariusz & Barjadze, Shalva, 2020, A new species of the aphid genus Uroleucon from Lebanon, with notes on the systematic positions of U. altaicum, U. bielawskii and U. mulgedii (Hemiptera: Aphididae), Zootaxa 4853 (4), pp. 548-561: 560

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4853.4.4

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4519776

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scientific name

Uroleucon
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Key to species of the subgenus Uroleucon  with 3 setae on first tarsal segments from Palaearctic

1. SIPH completely dark.................................................................................. 2

- SIPH pale at base or for most part of its length.............................................................. 6

2. URS/HT II 1.50–1.80; cauda with 20–26 setae. On Telekia speciosa  . Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Serbia, Turkey and Ukraine............................................... Uroleucon telekiae 

- URS/HT II 1.00–1.40; cauda with 7–18 setae............................................................... 3

3. SIPH/cauda 1.30–1.33; ABD TERG VIII with 2 setae. On several species of Campanula  . Afghanistan, India, Tajikistan............................................................................................ U. kashmiricum 

- SIPH/cauda 1.66–2.70; ABD TERG VIII with 3–7 setae...................................................... 4

4. Presiphuncular sclerites solid and large. On several species of Hieracium  . Most European countries and Turkey. U. pilosellae 

- Presiphuncular sclerites broken or vestigial................................................................. 5

5. URS wide, elongate wedge–shaped ( Figs 1bView FIGURE 1, 2dView FIGURE 2); SIPH with distinctly constricted reticulation area ( Fig. 2fView FIGURE 2); Cauda with 7–11 setae. On Serratula centauroides  , Serratula  sp., Stemmacantha uniflora  . Korea, Mongolia, Russian Federation (Far East).................................................................................... Uroleucon mongolicum 

- URS narrow, stiletto–shaped ( Figs 1aView FIGURE 1, 2cView FIGURE 2); SIPH without distinctly constricted reticulation area ( Fig. 2eView FIGURE 2); Cauda with 12–18 setae. On Tragopogon  sp. Lebanon.............................................. Uroleucon lebanonense  sp. nov.

6. URS/HT II 1.20–1.50. On Artemisia sacrorum  , Artemisia  sp. Mongolia, Russian Federation (Western Siberia)................................................................................................ Uroleucon dubium 

- URS/HT II 0.80–1.17.................................................................................. 7

7. ANT III with 42–69 secondary rhinaria; SIPH/BL 0.23–0.27. On Lactuca  spp., and (possibly) Hieracium pilosella  . Southern and eastern Europe, Turkey and Iran...................................................... Uroleucon bielawskii 

- ANT III with 6–11 rhinaria; SIPH/BL 0.30–0.45............................................................. 8

8. URS/HT II 0.80–0.94; SIPH/ANT III 1.10–1.25. On Cichorium intybus  . Mongolia.................. Uroleucon altaicum 

- URS/HT II 1.15–1.17; SIPH/ANT III 1.67-1.78. On Lactuca serriola  , Mulgedium tataricum  , Sonchus arvensis  . Eastern Europe, Central Asia...................................................................... Uroleucon mulgedii