Ozoliarus Löcker, Locker, 2006

Löcker, Birgit, Fletcher, Murray J., Larivière, Marie-Claude & Gurr, Geoff M., 2006, The Australian Pentastirini (Hemiptera: Fulgoromorpha: Cixiidae), Zootaxa 1290 (1290), pp. 1-138: 48-51

publication ID

1175­5334

publication LSID

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persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03FE87F4-FF8F-0E7E-B863-9601FA9E25A7

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Felipe

scientific name

Ozoliarus Löcker
status

gen. nov.

Key to species of Ozoliarus Löcker   , gen. nov. (based mostly on males)

Ozoliarus asaica (Kirkaldy)   nomen dubium is excluded from the key to species of Ozoliarus   , since male genitalia of this species were not available for examination.

1 Phallotheca with two simple (not bi­or trifurcated) spines, a spine (a) arising right laterally below midlength and a large, flattened spine (b) arising ventrally near apex of phallotheca ( Figs 38M, 39H); forewing with fork of Pcu+A1 more or less central within clavus ............................................................. cuspidistylus   group...2

­ Phallotheca with only one spine or three or more spines, if two spines, then at least one of them bi­ or trifurcated 3

2(1) Flagellum with long, very slender, sclerotised spine (A) as in Fig. 38M arising left lateral near base of flagellum; spine (a) of phallotheca thick, pointing outwards ( Fig. 38M); genital styles asymmetrical, left genital style apically more or less rounded, right genital style with a pointed tip as in Fig. 38O; forewing with 10 to 20 tubercles along costa; tubercles dark brown, contrasting with lighter veins ....... ............................................................................ Oz. cuspidistylus Löcker   , sp. nov.

­ Flagellum without spine near base; spine (a) of phallotheca thinner, almost parallel ( Fig. 39H); genital styles symmetrical, apically rounded, without a pointed tip ( Fig. 39F); forewing with or without 1 tubercle along costa; tubercles concolorous with veins ............................................................ Oz. rotundistylus Löcker   , sp. nov.

3(1) Apex of anal tube in lateral view rounded, without any lobes or processes ( Figs 42E, O, S, 43H, L, U) ............................................................................................. 4

­ Apex of anal tube in lateral view with lobes or processes ( Figs 37K, 38H, 39O, S, 40I, M, 41F, J, 42A, 44E, O, S, 45I, M, 46D, H, 47D, H)...................................... 9

4(3) Phallotheca with one bi­ or trifurcated ventral spine ( Figs 42F, L, T–U, 43C)........ ................................................................................................ triangularis   group...5

­ Phallotheca with three spines simple (not bi­ or trifurcated) ( Figs 43M, Q)............ ...................................................................................................... umbella   group...8

5(4) Phallotheca dorsally without any spines................................................................. 6

­ Phallotheca dorsally with a short, moderately curved spine (b) as in Fig. 43D....... .............................................................................. Oz. triangularis Löcker   , sp. nov.

6(5) Phallotheca ventrally with only one spine as in Figs 42L, T–U............................. 7

­ Phallotheca ventrally with a large spine (a) and a pair of smaller spines (b) as in Fig. 42F–G. ........................................................................... Oz. dingkana (Distant)  

7(6) Flagellum with a very long, sclerotised spine (A) arising from its base as in Fig. 42L–M; apical part of genital styles in ventral view as long as wide ( Fig. 42J) ...... .......................................................................... Oz. quadratistylus Löcker   , sp. nov.

­ Flagellum without sclerotised spines ( Fig. 42T–U); apical part of genital styles in ventral view longer than wide ( Fig. 43A) ......... Oz. semicircularis Löcker   , sp. nov.

8(4) Phallotheca dorsolaterally with a very large, umbrella­shaped, grossly serrated process as in Fig. 43Q; right laterally with a slender, apically narrowing spine (c) as in Fig. 43Q; ventrally with a small rounded process below midlength................ .................................................................................... Oz. umbella Löcker   , sp. nov.

­ Phallotheca dorsolaterally with a very small, triangular process as in Fig. 43M; right laterally with a more robust, apically widening spine (c) as in Fig. 43N; ventrally with a large, sheetlike, bifurcated process about midlength ........................... ............................................................................. Oz. taroomensis Löcker   , sp. nov.

9(3) Genital styles irregularly lobed (like leaf margin of certain oak species) as in Figs 37D–E, 38A–B, 38I–J; phallotheca ventrally below midlength with a hookshaped spine (a) directed ventrad as in Figs 37C, Q, 38K; forewing with dark tubercles contrasting with brighter coloured veins .......................... bullocki   group (part)...10

­ Genital styles shaped differently; phallotheca ventrally below midlength without a hookshaped spine; forewing with dark tubercles contrasting with brighter coloured veins or tubercles concolorous with veins............................................. 12

10(9) Flagellum left lateral or ventral with a long rounded spine (A) as in Figs. 37A–C, 38K....................................................................................................................... 11

­ Flagellum without a long rounded spine (A)... Oz. nourlangiensis Löcker   , sp. nov.

11(10) Spine (A) arising ventrally at base of flagellum ( Fig. 37A); spine (b) of phallotheca short and flattened ( Fig. 37A–B) .......................... Oz. bullocki Löcker   , sp. nov.

­ Spine (A) arising left lateral at midlength of flagellum ( Fig. 38K); spine (b) of phallotheca very long, reaching apex of aedeagus, rounded ( Fig. 38K) .................. .............................................................................. Oz. quercistylus Löcker   , sp. nov.

12(9) Phallotheca with serrated spines surpassing apex of phallotheca as in Figs 47K–L. ................................................................................... Oz. poculum Löcker   , sp. nov.

­ Phallotheca without serrated spines surpassing apex of phallotheca.................... 13

13(12) Phallotheca with a large spine (c) arising right lateral, passing phallotheca ventrally and curving upwards as in Figs 46K–L, N–P....... Oz. olene Löcker   , sp. nov.

­ Phallotheca without such curved spine................................................................. 14

14(13) Phallotheca ventrally with an apically serrated spine ( Figs 41C–D, K–M, Q). ....... ................................................................................................ pitta   group (part)...15

­ Phallotheca ventrally without any serrated spines................................................ 20

15(14) Phallotheca with two spines with serrated tips, one ventral one right lateral as in Fig. 41M (spine b, c), Fig. 39M (spine a, c) ......................................................... 16

­ Phallotheca with only one spine with a serrated tip ............................................. 17

16(15) Phallotheca right lateral with a very wide (about as long as wide), sheetlike spine (a) as in Fig. 39M; phallotheca ventrally with a long spine (e) with a hookshaped tip near apex of phallotheca as in Fig. 39L; aedeagus as in Figs 39L–M................ ................................................................................ Oz. catherinae Löcker   , sp. nov.

­ Phallotheca right lateral with two flattened spines (a, b) (much longer than wide) as in Figs 41M; phallotheca ventrally without a spine with a hookshaped tip near apex; aedeagus as in Figs 42K–M. ............................. Oz. serratus Löcker   , sp. nov.

17(15) Ventral spine (c) on phallotheca with a serrated tip sickleshaped as in Figs 39U, 40A; aedeagus as in Figs 39T–U, 40A................... Oz. cynosurus Löcker   , sp. nov.

­ Ventral spine on phallotheca with a serrated tip not sickleshaped; aedeagus not as above..................................................................................................................... 18

18(17) Phallotheca ventrally with a rounded spine with a flattened, serrated tip. ........... 19

­ Phallotheca ventrally with a short spine, flattened and serrated throughout; aedeagus as in Figs 40P–R...................................................... Oz. maru Löcker   , sp. nov.

19(18) Phallotheca ventrally with a long, curved spine (e) with a tip shaped like a bird head as in Fig. 41B; aedeagus as in Figs 41B–D............. Oz. pitta Löcker   , sp. nov.

­ Phallotheca without a spine shaped like a bird head; aedeagus as in Figs 41P–R. .. ....................................................................................... Oz. smithi Löcker   , sp. nov.

20(14) Forewings with dark tubercles contrasting with brighter veins ( Fig. 14A); aedeagus as in Figs 37N–O......................... bullocki   group (part)... Oz. clipealis (Jacobi)  

­ Forewings with tubercles concolorous with veins ( Fig. 23E); aedeagus not as above..................................................................................................................... 21

21(20) Costa of forewing with more than 20 tubercles; body length of male 7.5 mm or more; aedeagus as in Figs 44J–K. .................................. Oz. alces Löcker   , sp. nov.

­ Costa of forewing with less than 10 tubercles; body length of male 6.7 mm or less; aedeagus not as above........................................................................................... 22

22(21) All spines of phallotheca surpassing apex of phallotheca as in Figs 45C–D. .......... ........................................................................ Oz. bumarangoides Löcker   , sp. nov.

­ No spines or only some spines surpassing apex of phallotheca. .......................... 23

23(22) Apical part of genital styles globular (as long as wide) as in Fig. 46Q; aedeagus as in Figs 46S, 47A–B................................................. Oz. pelecanus Löcker   , sp. nov.

­ Apical part of genital styles longitudinal (longer than wide); aedeagus not as above..................................................................................................................... 24

24(23) Apex of anal tube in caudal and ventral view asymmetrical, right lobe larger than left lobe ( Figs 40H, J, 45K–L).............................................................................. 25

­ Apex of anal tube in caudal and ventral view symmetrical ( Figs 44Q, 46E, 44C) .. .............................................................................................................................. 26

25(24) Genital styles in ventral view triangular, narrowing towards apex as in Fig. 40F; aedeagus as in Figs 40D–E.................. pitta   group (part)... Oz. golgolensis   sp. nov.

­ Genital styles widening towards apex as in Figs 45Q–R; aedeagus as in Figs 45N–P................................................................... Oz. dedariensis Löcker   , sp. nov.

26(24) Phallotheca ventrally below midlength with a large triangular ridge (fold) pointing upwards (caudad) as in Fig. 45A......................... Oz. antennoides Löcker   , sp. nov.

­ Phallotheca without a ventral ridge ...................................................................... 27

27(26) Phallotheca dorsally without a very long, apically flattened spine; genital styles apically very long and slender ( Fig. 45S); aedeagus as in Figs 46A–B................... ................................................................................. Oz. latifundus Löcker   , sp. nov.

­ Phallotheca dorsally with a very long, apically flattened spine (d) as in Figs 44F–G; genital styles apically wider and more rounded ( Fig. 44H); aedeagus as in Figs 44F–G................................................................... Oz. laertes Löcker   , sp. nov.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Cixiidae