Stenoeurilla hansoni (Brailovsky & Barrera),

Brailovsky, Harry & Barrera, Ernesto, 2019, A revision of the Costa Rican species of Stenoeurilla Brailovsky & Barrera (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Coreidae: Stenoscelideini), with the description of two new species, new distributional records, synonymical note, and key to the known species, Zootaxa 4550 (4), pp. 545-556: 546

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4550.4.4

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scientific name

Stenoeurilla hansoni (Brailovsky & Barrera)
status

 

Stenoeurilla hansoni (Brailovsky & Barrera) 

( Figs. 2View FIGURES 1–5, 7View FIGURES 6–9, 11View FIGURES 10–14, 16View FIGURES 15–19, 20View FIGURES 20–23, 24View FIGURES 24–27)

Stenoscelidea hansoni Brailovsky & Barrera, 1997: 264  –267.

General distribution. Described from Costa Rica (Prov: Guanacaste: Estacion Cacao (SW of Volcan Cacao); 3 km SE of R. Naranjo. Prov. Puntarenas: San Luis (R. B. Monteverde). Prov. Alajuela: Dos Rios de Ulpala, and W Station of San Ramon). ( Brailovsky & Barrera 1997, Packauskas 2010).

Material examined. New records. COSTA RICA: 1 male, Prov. Guanacaste, Estacion Las Pallas, P. N. Rincon de la Vieja, 800 m, 27-VI–15-VIII-1992, C. Cano ( INBIO)  ; 1 female, Prov. Alajuela, Finca San Gabriel , 2 km SW Dos Rios, 600 m, V-1980, GNP Biodiversity Survey ( INBIO)  .

Discussion. This species is recognized by having the abdominal segments III–VI yellowish -orange with posterior margin of each segment and scars IV–V and V–VI black; pronotal disk yellowish-orange, punctures castaneous, anterolateral margin pale reddish to pale brown and pale yellow longitudinal medial stripe; scutellar disk pale castaneous-orange with three longitudinal yellow stripes; pro-, meso-, and metapleura, and abdominal sterna yellow with few scattered black dots; hind tibiae with outer expansion short, occupying 44 % of the total length of hind tibiae in males, 56 % in females, inner expansion occupying 48 % of the total length of hind tibiae in males, 51 % in females; maximum width of outer expansion of hind tibiae 0.94 in males and 1.18 in females; maximum width of inner expansion of hind tibiae 0.30 in males and 0. 35 in females ( Fig. 16View FIGURES 15–19).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Coreidae

Genus

Stenoeurilla

Loc

Stenoeurilla hansoni (Brailovsky & Barrera)

Brailovsky, Harry & Barrera, Ernesto 2019
2019
Loc

Stenoscelidea hansoni

Brailovsky, H. & Barrera, E. 1997: 264
1997