Ozoliarus dingkana (Distant)

Löcker, Birgit, Fletcher, Murray J., Larivière, Marie-Claude & Gurr, Geoff M., 2006, The Australian Pentastirini (Hemiptera: Fulgoromorpha: Cixiidae), Zootaxa 1290 (1290), pp. 1-138: 69-71

publication ID

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5072969

publication LSID

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

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5072969

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03FE87F4-FFE4-0E0A-B863-9726FE6426C3

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Felipe

scientific name

Ozoliarus dingkana (Distant)
status

comb. nov.

Ozoliarus dingkana (Distant)   comb. nov.

( Figs 20A–D, 42C–I)

Oliarus dingkana Distant 1907a: 282   .

Type material

Lectotype, here designated (examined), ♂, AUSTRALIA, Qld : Peak Downs ( BMNH)   , Paralectotypes (examined), AUSTRALIA, Qld: 1♀, 1♂ or ♀ (abdomen missing), same data as lectotype ( BMNH)   .

Remarks A lectotype is designated herein in order to clarify the identity of the species.

Other material examined AUSTRALIA: Qld (2 ♂, 3 ♀)   .

Colour

Body black, carinae and clypeus paler, frons lateral with a white mark; legs light to dark brown; forewing hyaline colourless with brown marks along crossveins, veins light brown and in some portions of the wing dark brown, tubercles dark brown, pterostigma dark brown; abdominal sternites dark brown..

Morphology

Body length: ♂ 6.1–6.5 mm, ♀ 6.4–8.1 mm.

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

Thorax: Hind margin of pronotum obtusely angled. Mesonotum with well­developed carinae. Forewing 3.3–3.6 times longer than wide; costa with 11–25 tubercles; 9 apical cells.

Male genitalia: Anal tube as in Figs 42C–E; pygophore and genital styles as in Figs 42H–I. Aedeagus ( Figs 42F–G): Phallotheca with a large, bi­ or trifurcated spine (a) ventral; and a ventral ridge with two less distinct humps, one of them bearing pair of short spines (b) fused together, their tips pointing in opposite directions. Flagellum membranous with a slightly sclerotised spine at apex of flagellum.

Remarks

Oz. dingkana   differs from Oz. triangularis   in the absence of and spine (A) and a dorsal spine (b). In Oz. triangularis   , however, there is an additional set of spines (b) arising from the ventral ridge.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Cixiidae

Genus

Ozoliarus

Loc

Ozoliarus dingkana (Distant)

Löcker, Birgit, Fletcher, Murray J., Larivière, Marie-Claude & Gurr, Geoff M. 2006
2006
Loc

Oliarus dingkana

Distant, W. L. 1907: 282
1907