Ozoliarus nourlangiensis 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: 54

publication ID

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5072953

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:1D47B077-34C7-4BC6-B22F-C5BE9B02EBD7

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5072953

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03FE87F4-FF95-0E79-B863-96C4FB70201C

treatment provided by

Felipe

scientific name

Ozoliarus nourlangiensis Löcker
status

sp. nov.

Ozoliarus nourlangiensis Löcker   , sp. nov.

( Figs 14E–H, 37P–Q, 38A–E)

Type material

Holotype, ♂, AUSTRALIA, NT: Nourlangie Creek , 8 km E of Mt Cahill, 12.52S 132.47E, 17.xi.1972 ( T. Weir, A. Allwood) ( MAGD Nr 7401) GoogleMaps   , Paratype, AUSTRALIA, NT: 1 ♂, same data as holotype ( MAGD) GoogleMaps   .

Etymology Named after Nourlangie, the type locality.

Colour

Body mid to dark brown, carinae and pronotum paler; legs mid brown; forewing hyaline colourless without brown marks along crossveins and on various parts of the wing, veins light brown, tubercles dark brown (contrasting with veins), pterostigma mid to dark brown; abdominal sternites mid brown.

Morphology

Body length: ♂ 5.4 mm.

Head: Vertex (total length) 1.8–2.1 times longer than wide; basal emargination rectangular. Postclypeus with evanescent median carina. Rostrum surpassing hind coxae.

Thorax: Hind margin of pronotum obtusely angled. Mesonotum with well­developed carinae. Forewing 3.6–3.8 times longer than wide; costa with 4–14 tubercles; 8 apical cells.

Male genitalia: Anal tube as in Figs 38C–E; pygophore and genital styles as in Figs 38A–B. Aedeagus ( Figs 37P–Q): Phallotheca with a large hookshaped spine (a) directed ventrad arising ventrally below midlength; a short spine (b) arising ventrally below midlength; a medium sized spine (c) right lateral; a short spine (d); and a very short spine or ridge (e) dorsal. Flagellum partly sclerotised, with three large, flattened spines.

T

Tavera, Department of Geology and Geophysics

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Cixiidae

Genus

Ozoliarus