Phanolinopsis Scheerpeltz,

Chatzimanolis, Stylianos, 2017, And then there were six: a revision of the genus Phanolinopsis Scheerpeltz (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Staphylininae), Zootaxa 4323 (1), pp. 49-67: 65

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4323.1.4

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:C21944C7-F089-4185-Bd36-7A81870D039F

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03ED6514-6314-F968-BB81-FAC5FA75F811

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Plazi

scientific name

Phanolinopsis Scheerpeltz
status

 

Key to the species of Phanolinopsis Scheerpeltz 

1. Head and pronotum with bright red coloration ( Figs. 2View FIGURES 1 – 2, 8View FIGURES 7 – 12); aedeagus with tip of paramere emarginate in dorsal view ( Figs. 28, 30View FIGURES 28 – 30)......................................................................................... P. erythros 

- Head and pronotum not bright red (Figs, 1, 3–7, 9–12); aedeagus with tip of paramere flat or rounded in dorsal view ( Figs. 25View FIGURES 25 – 27, 31View FIGURES 31 – 33, 34View FIGURES 34 – 36, 37View FIGURES 37 – 39, 40View FIGURES 40 – 42)........................................................................................ 2

2 Posterolateral corners of head pointed ( Figs. 4View FIGURES 3 – 4, 10View FIGURES 7 – 12, 16View FIGURES 13 – 18)................................................ P. goniakos 

- Posterolateral corners of head not pointed ( Figs. 1–3View FIGURES 1 – 2View FIGURES 3 – 4, 5–9, 11–15, 17–18View FIGURES 5 – 6View FIGURES 7 – 12View FIGURES 13 – 18)......................................... 3

3 Pronotum disc impunctate (excluding micropunctures)........................................................ 4

- Pronotum disc with four punctures at the center of the pronotum, each one delimiting the corner of a square (some specimens with five punctures or less than four....................................................................... 5

4 Head and pronotum with weak micropunctation ( Fig. 9View FIGURES 7 – 12); reduced microsculpture between eyes and postmandibular ridge ( Fig. 15View FIGURES 13 – 18); tip of paramere flat ( Figs. 31, 33View FIGURES 31 – 33)................................................................ P. fassli 

- Head and pronotum with stark micropunctation ( Fig. 12View FIGURES 7 – 12); with dense microsculpture between eyes and postmandibular ridge ( Fig. 18View FIGURES 13 – 18); tip of paramere rounded ( Figs. 40, 42View FIGURES 40 – 42)..................................................... P. norahae 

5 Distance between eye and postmandibular ridge in lateral view short ( Fig. 13View FIGURES 13 – 18); pronotum and elytra of different color ( Fig. 1View FIGURES 1 – 2); tip of median lobe pointed and apex of paramere narrow ( Figs. 25–27View FIGURES 25 – 27).................................. P. discedens 

- Distance between eye and postmandibular ridge in lateral view long ( Fig. 17View FIGURES 13 – 18); pronotum and elytra of similar color ( Fig. 5View FIGURES 5 – 6); tip of median lobe wider and rounded and apex of paramere wide ( Figs. 37–39View FIGURES 37 – 39)............................ P. metaksenios