Uracanthus glabrilineatus Lea, 1917a, Lea, 1917

Thongphak, Duangrat & Wang, Qiao, 2007, Taxonomic revision of the longicorn beetle genus Uracanthus Hope 1833 (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae: Cerambycinae: Uracanthini) from Australia., Zootaxa 1569 (1569), pp. 1-139: 17-18

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1175­5334

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scientific name

Uracanthus glabrilineatus Lea, 1917a
status

 

Uracanthus glabrilineatus Lea, 1917a  

(Figs 23, 94)

Uracanthus glabrilineatus Lea, 1917a: 737   .— McKeown, 1947: 64. Description

Male. Body length, 25.35 mm; width, 5.48 mm.

Colour (Fig. 23). Head, thorax, femora, and basal elytra dark reddish brown; rest of elytra reddish brown. Head (particularly frons and vertex) with dense pale yellowish pubescence except median frontal groove and a longitudinal glabrous area on vertex. Pronotal disc with fairly dense pale yellowish pubescence without distinct longitudinal pubescent stripes; ventral side of prothorax with very dense pale yellowish pubescence. Each elytron with a vague subtriangular glabrous mark, extending from shoulder to basal 1/3, without a distinct margin; some part of mark covered with sparse pubescence; disc of each elytron with 4 longitudinal lines of dense pale yellowish pubescence interspaced with glabrous longitudinal carinae. Meso- and metasterna, abdomen, and legs covered with fairly dense white pubescence.

Head. Postclypeus semicircular and slightly convex, with dense coarse punctures; frontoclypeal suture deep and narrow in middle; distance between lower lobes of eyes 1.55 × as long as distance between upper lobes of eyes; distance between upper lobes of eyes 1.42 × as long as distance between eyes on ventral side; genal length 0.40 × as long as head width immediately below eyes. Antennae slightly shorter than or as long as body; segments 4–10 flattened and produced on one side at apex; apical ¼ of segment 11 suddenly becoming thinner.

Thorax and abdomen. Pronotum 1.35 × as long as width, with an angular process at each side; posterior margin 1.16 × as wide as anterior margin; pronotal disc binodulose in middle and rugose transversely near anterior and posterior margins. Scutellum semicircular, with dense pubescence. Elytra 3.53 × as long as prothorax and 3.32 × as long as shoulder width; each elytron with 3 feeble longitudinal carinae; basal elytra moderately punctate; apex narrowly emarginate and bispinose, sutural spine longer than marginal one. Abdomen slender; apex of terminal sternite truncate.

Male terminalia. Unknown. The unique male specimen (holotype) has not been dissected.

Female. Unknown

Distribution Southwestern Western Australia ( Fig. 94).

Biology Unknown

Comments

This species resembles U. perthensis   sp.nov., but differs in having elytra with glabrous longitudinal lines; pronotal disc without distinct longitudinal stripes of dense pubescence.

Material examined

Holotype. ♂. WA: Mullewa, 18.v.1823, Miss J. F. May, bearing a name label on which ‘TYPE’ was written in red ( SAM).  

SAM

South African Museum

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Cerambycidae

Genus

Uracanthus

Loc

Uracanthus glabrilineatus Lea, 1917a

Thongphak, Duangrat & Wang, Qiao 2007
2007
Loc

Uracanthus glabrilineatus

McKeown, K. C. 1947: 64
Lea, A. M. 1917: 737
1917