Swammerdamella mojingae Cook, 1956,

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Swammerdamella mojingae Cook, 1956
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Swammerdamella mojingae Cook, 1956 

( Figs 7View FIGURE 7 E –F)

Swammerdamella mojingae Cook, 1956: 29  (Male holotype, Panama (Mojinga Swamp, Ft. Sherman, Canal Zone); Figs. segment 7, male genitalia.

New records: 4 males. Mexico, Jalisco, Estación Biológica Chamela, Cuenca 4 ª, 18 -Feb- 1992, Fumigación, Col. A. Pescador, in CAIM. First record from Mexico.

Distribution. From Mexico (Jalisco) to Panama.

Swammerdamella marginata Cook  ( Figs 7View FIGURE 7 A –D)

Swammerdamella marginata Cook, 1956: 24  (Male holotype; female allotype, paratypes (males, females); Figs. segment 6 and 7 of male, wing, male genitalia and female genitalia; Distribution: USA (New Mexico, California), Mexico (Guadalajara).

New records: 2 females, 2 males. México, Estado de México, Otumba, cerca de la Localidad Coyotepec, Trampa Malaise, 5 al 26 -Jun- 2007, D., Hernández-Zetina, Col., 2 females, 1 male; same data except, 12 -Abr- 4 -May-2007, 1 male; same data except, 4-31 -Oct- 2007, GPS Coordinates: N 19 ° 39 ´09.3´´ NO 98 ° 45 ´ 25.7 ´´, 1 male, 3 females, preserved in ethyl alcohol.

1. Antenna with 8 flagellomeres; aedeagal plate longer than the genitalia (sword-shaped) ( Fig. 7View FIGURE 7 F)......... S. mojingae Cook  (Neotropical: Mexico (Jalisco) to Panama)

- Antenna with 7 flagellomeres; aedeagal plate shorter than the genitalia........................................... 2

2 (1). Tergite 6 with modified posterior margin ( Figs 4View FIGURE 4 E, 7 C)....................................................... 3

-. Tergite 6 unmodified, simple............................................................................. 5

3 (2). Posterior margin of sternite 6 with sagittate median process....................................... S. sagittata Cook  (Neactic: USA, Neotropical: Mexico (Morelos))

- Posterior margin of sternite 6 differently shaped............................................................. 4

4 (3). Anterior margin of tergite 7 almost straight ( Fig. 5View FIGURE 5 B).......................................... S. amorimi  sp. nov. (Neotropical: Mexico (San Luis Potosi, Guerrero)).

- Anterior margin of tergite 7 rounded ( Fig. 7View FIGURE 7 A)................................................ S. marginata Cook  (Nearctic: USA, Mexico (Estado de México); Neotropical: Mexico (Jalisco)).

5 (4). Gonocoxite (sensu Cook: 1956) small, lobate; sternite 7 with anterior margin heavily sclerotized; intersegmental membrane of segment 7 with lateral specialized groups of setae................................. S. grogani Huerta & Ibáñez-Bernal  (Neotropical: Mexico (Yucatan: Reserve Ría Lagartos and Ría Celestun))

- Gonocoxite long, finger-shaped ( Fig. 4View FIGURE 4 B); sternite 7 with anterior margin not strongly sclerotized ( Fig. 5View FIGURE 5 A); intersegmental membrane of segment 7 without lateral specialized groups of setae............................ S. amacuzacae  sp. nov. (Neotropical: Mexico (Morelos, Guerrero))