Styringomyia simplex Alexander, 1945, Alexander, 1945

Ribeiro, Guilherme Cunha, 2003, Systematics of the Neotropical species of Styringomyia Loew (Diptera: Tipulomorpha: Limoniidae), Zootaxa 253, pp. 1-35: 20-21

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http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.156947

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Styringomyia simplex Alexander, 1945
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Styringomyia simplex Alexander, 1945  

Styringomyia simplex Alexander, 1945 b: 241   , Figure 9 View FIGURES 8 ­ 9 (male terminalia); 263 (description).

MATERIAL EXAMINED. Holotype. Male, British Guyana, Bartica (6 º 25 N, 58 º 37 W), January 28, 1913, H. S. Parish ( USNM). Part of specimen pinned; other parts and terminalia mounted on slide. Paratypes. 1 male, Peru, Junin, Satipo, Jauja (10 º 19 S, 74 º 23 W), 800­900 m, XI­ 10­1940, Paprzychi ( USNM); 1 male and 1 female, Peru, Junin, Satipo, Jauja, 800­900 m, IV­ 5­1941, Paprzycki ( USNM). Additional material. 1 male, Peru, Huanuco, Fundo Sinchono, Cordillera Azul (8­10 ºS, 74­76 ºN), 1500 m, VIII­ 4­1947, J. M. Schunke ( USNM); 1 male, Peru, Loreto, Cerra Azul, Rio Ucayali (8­10 ºS, 74­76 ºN), IV­ 30­1947, J. M. Schunke ( USNM); 1 male, PERU: Madre de Dios, Parque Manu, Pakitza, 11 º 56 S 71 º 18 W, 250m, stream @ Tr 1­13, IX­ 20­23 ­ 1989; MT, N Adams ( ANSP); 2 males and 1 female, Brazil: Mato Grosso, Diamantino (14 º 25 S, 56 º 29 W), Facienda São João, 5. II. 1981, 450m, C. Young ( CMNH); 1 male and 1 female, Brazil: Mato Grosso, Diamantino (14 º 25 S, 56 º 29 W), Facienda São João, 6. II. 1981, 450m, C. Young ( CMNH).

DESCRIPTION. Dimensions. See Table I. Morphology. Ninth sternite ( Fig. 32 View FIGURE 32 ): abruptly narrowed at apex. Tenth tergite ( Fig. 22 View FIGURES 18 ­ 25 ): posterior margin trilobulate; medial lobe triangular, broader than long. Gonocoxite (Figs. 31­32): distal half conical, abruptly narrowed; longest and more stout hairs along the distal parts of dorsal margin to apex; other hairs slender, variable in length, the longest along the lateral margin. Gonostylus ( Figs. 14 View FIGURES 14 ­ 17 , 31­32): more or less S­shaped, bearing two strongly sclerotized apical extensions ( Fig. 14 View FIGURES 14 ­ 17 , III, IV); extension III less developed than extension IV; medial face with a long and stout hair originating near base of extension IV; other hairs of medial face slender and shorter; hairs of lateral face long and slender. Aedeagal sheath (Figs. 31­32): without lateral lobes; dorsal crest four­pointed; space between medial points narrow; apex of each point disposed nearly side by side; ventral branches long, broad at base, abruptly narrowed at tip. Female cercus ( Fig. 9 View FIGURES 8 ­ 9 ): narrowing gradually toward tip; anterior portion of ventral margin interrupted by a constriction.

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

ANSP

Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia

CMNH

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Limoniidae

Genus

Styringomyia

Loc

Styringomyia simplex Alexander, 1945

Ribeiro, Guilherme Cunha 2003
2003
Loc

Styringomyia simplex

Alexander 1945: 241
1945