Agraeciini

Rentz, Dcf & Su, You Ning, 2020, Studies in Australian Tettigoniidae: New Fully-winged Agraeciini From Northeastern Australia (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Conocephalinae; Agraeciini), Zootaxa 4743 (3), pp. 301-336: 331

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4743.3.1

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3691532

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03F39172-FFE9-FFCD-FF7B-FC38FA248097

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Plazi

scientific name

Agraeciini
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Key to genera of described, fully-winged Australian Agraeciini  

1. Fastigium of vertex short, sharp but not curved forward ( Figs 2A View FIG , 3C View FIG , 6A, 6B View FIG )......................................2 Fastigium of vertex elongate, curved forward ( Figs 10A View FIG , 12C View FIG ); male subgenital plate with a tooth on each side adjacent to cercus ( Figs 10M View FIG ; 12P, Q View FIG )................................................ .. Barbaragraecia gen. et sp. nov. p. xx

2(1) Ovipositor ensiform, straight or gracefully upcurved......................................................... 3 Ovipositor falcate, either strongly directed upwards or gracefully arching......................................... 4

3(2) Colour green or brown, attenuate rainforest species; fore tibia with dark spots near auditory foramen........................................................................................... Greenagraecia gen. et sp. nov. p. xx Colour variable but not green; robust non-rainforest species; widespread in tropical Australia......... Nicsara Walker   , p. xx

4(2) Colour straw brown or light grey brown often with blue-green lines on frons and genae; living in or around grasses............................................................................................ Secsiva Walker 1869 Colours   variable but not as above........................................................................ 5

5(4) Stridulatory region of tegmen wholly concealed underneath posterior margin of pronotum…..........................6 Stridulatory region of tegmen exposed, not concealed by pronotum.............................................. 8

6(5). Head with dark brown stripes or lines beneath eyes ( Figs 6A, C View FIG )................. .. Larifugagraecia Rentz & Su   gen. nov.

Head without stripes of markings on genae beneath eyes...................................................... 7

7(6) Size relatively small ( Table 1 View TABLE 1 ); male phallic complex with titillator enclosed in a hood and not apically acute ( Fig. 8J View FIG ).............................................................................. Geoffagraecia   gen. et sp. nov. p. xx Size generally larger; male phallic complex with titillator not enclosed in a hood, apically acute (see Rentz & Su 2019, Figs 4F View FIG , 6G View FIG ). Bateman’s Bay, NSW north to Daintree, Qld, including coastal islands...................... Austrosalomona Rentz  

8(5) Colours mostly green or greenish yellow. Moderately large tettigoniids known from Cairns to Cape York and adjacent islands.................................................................................... Goodangarkia Rentz Colours   brown or reddish brown. Very large tettigoniids known only from Iron Range and northern Islands in Australia, widespread in the Pacific region............................................................. Salomona Blanchard