Pentastirini Emeljanov

Löcker, Birgit, Fletcher, Murray J., Larivière, Marie-Claude & Gurr, Geoff M., 2006, The Australian Pentastirini (Hemiptera: Fulgoromorpha: Cixiidae), Zootaxa 1290 (1290), pp. 1-138: 11-12

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1175­5334

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scientific name

Pentastirini Emeljanov
status

 

Key to genera of Australian Pentastirini Emeljanov  

Prosops pedisequus Buckton   , nomen dubium is excluded from the key to genera of Australian Pentastirini   because important features could not be investigated because of the poor quality of the type specimens and original description.

1 Platellae on 2 nd hind tarsomere absent ....................................................................... 2

­ Platellae on 2 nd hind tarsomere present ............................. Pentastiridius Kirschbaum  

2(1) 1 st hind tarsomere with 7–8 (rarely 9) apical teeth, 2 nd hind tarsomere with 5–6 apical teeth and hind tibia with 2–3 lateral spines................................................................ 3

­ Chaetotaxic combinations not as above..................................................................... 4

3(2) Hind tibia with 2 lateral spines; vertex narrow (1.7–3.9 times longer than wide); lateral carinae of vertex strongly elevated ........................ Oliarus Stål sensu Emeljanov  

­ Hind tibia with 3 lateral spines; vertex wider (1.4–2.0 times longer than wide); lateral carinae of vertex slightly to moderately elevated ............................ Oteana Hoch  

4(2) Forewing with r­m crossvein distad of fork MA+MP; carination on tip of head as in Fig. 3C.......................................................................... Cordoliarus Löcker   , gen. nov.

­ Forewing with r­m crossvein basad of fork MA+MP; carination on tip of head not as above .......................................................................................................................... 5

5(4) Males.......................................................................................................................... 6

­ Females ...................................................................................................................... 7

6(5) Genital styles with long, sclerotised, spinelike, dorsal process (see Figs 31M–N, 32C, 32J–K) ................................................................................ Miclucha Emeljanov  

­ Genital styles without long, sclerotised, spinelike, dorsal process.............................. ........................................................................................ Ozoliarus Löcker   , gen. nov.

7(5) Hind tibia apically with 6 large teeth; subapical carina of vertex forking from lateral margin 2/3 or less of total length of vertex (see Fig. 26B–C).................................... 8

­ Hind tibia apically with 5 large and 1 very small tooth; subapical carina of vertex forking from lateral margin at more than 3/4 of total length of vertex (see Figs 3F–G, 4F–G) ................................................................................ Miclucha Emeljanov   (part)

8(7) Vertex 3 times longer than wide (see Fig. 4B); 1 st hind tarsomere with 8–9 apical teeth................................................................................... Miclucha Emeljanov   (part)

­ Vertex less than 2.4 times longer than wide (see Fig. 26B); 1 st hind tarsomere with 7 (rarely 8) apical teeth ...................................................... Ozoliarus Löcker   , gen. nov.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Cixiidae