Nezara antennata Scott, 1874, Scott, 1874

Ferrari, Augusto, Schwertner, Cristiano Feldens & Grazia, Jocelia, 2010, Review, cladistic analysis and biogeography of Nezara Amyot & Serville (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae), Zootaxa 2424, pp. 1-41: 18

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Nezara antennata Scott, 1874
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Nezara antennata Scott, 1874  

( Fig. 1 View FIGURE 1 B View FIGURE 1 , 5 View FIGURE 5 , 6A –B View FIGURE 6 , 7 B View FIGURE 7 , 8 B View FIGURE 8 , 9 B View FIGURE 9 , 10 E –F View FIGURE 10 , 12 F –H View FIGURE 12 , 14 D –F View FIGURE 14 , 16 B View FIGURE 16 , 17 B View FIGURE 17 )

Nezara antennata Scott, 1874: 299   ; Stål, 1876: 91; Distant, 1902: 220; Kirkaldy, 1909: 116; Freeman, 1940: 360; Azim & Shafee, 1978: 508; Zheng, 1982: 195; Rider, 2006: 329

Nezara antennata var. balteata Horváth, 1889: 32   (syn. by Wu, 1933)

Nezara viridula   ; Takahashi, 1948: 107 –108 (non Linnaeus, 1758) (misidentification, see Ishihara 1950; Rider, 2006: 329)

Diagnosis. Head: apical third of antennal segment III and apical half of IV black. This character is excluive of N. antennata   ; other species may have these antennal segments darkened but never black. Thorax: ostiolar ruga auriculate, conspicuous. Abdomen: connexival sutures with black or darkened maculae at middle, character absent in N. viridula   and N. yunnana   . Male: ventral rim of pygophore with brims restricted to posterolateral angles, abruptly ending ( Fig. 8 View FIGURE 8 B View FIGURE 8 ), shared with N. viridula   , N. yunnana   and N. similis   ; paramere bilobate, inferior lobe thin ( Fig. 8 View FIGURE 8 B View FIGURE 8 ), character exclusive of this species; median bristles on paramere attached at apex of a short digitiform process directed to lateral surface ( Fig. 10 View FIGURE 10 E –F View FIGURE 10 ; 12 F –H View FIGURE 12 ), shared with N. viridula   and N. yunnana   . Female: posterior margins of gonocoxites 8 sinuous near sutural angles; basal half of laterotergites 9 concave; digitiform processes of capsula seminalis distinct in length, one surpassing anterior annular flange ( Fig. 17 View FIGURE 17 B View FIGURE 17 ), this character distinguishes N. antennata   from N. viridula   and N. yunnana   .

Material examined: Nezara antennata Scott, 1874   Holotype (♀ — BMNH) with labels: a) type b) Nezara antennata   n. sp. c) Japan d) Type Scott Coll. 88 11.   CHINA: Tibet Prov , (1 ♀ 13 — AMNH);   Yunnan, Kunming , col. Cazier, 17.VII. 1945, (1 ♀ 13 — AMNH);   Szechuan, Chingehengshan , col. G.Liu, VI. 1932, (13 — AMNH).   JAPAN: (1 ♀ — BMNH), Distant Coll. 1911 - 383, compared with holotype.   KOREA: Pusan, C.T. Parsons, 4.XI. 1945, (13 — AMNH).   So[uth] Asia, “ Gorlack ” (1 ♀ — AMNH).  

BMNH

United Kingdom, London, The Natural History Museum [formerly British Museum (Natural History)]

AMNH

USA, New York, New York, American Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Pentatomidae

Genus

Nezara

Loc

Nezara antennata Scott, 1874

Ferrari, Augusto, Schwertner, Cristiano Feldens & Grazia, Jocelia 2010
2010
Loc

Nezara viridula

Rider 2006: 329
Takahashi 1948: 107
1948
Loc

Nezara antennata var. balteata Horváth, 1889 : 32

Horvath 1889: 32
1889
Loc

Nezara antennata

Rider 2006: 329
Zheng 1982: 195
Azim 1978: 508
Freeman 1940: 360
Kirkaldy 1909: 116
Distant 1902: 220
Stal 1876: 91
Scott 1874: 299
1874