Ectaetia subclavipes Krivosheina, 2002

Polevoi, Alexei, Ruokolainen, Anna & Shorohova, Ekaterina, 2018, Eleven remarkable Diptera species, emerged from fallen aspens in Kivach Nature Reserve, Russian Karelia, Biodiversity Data Journal 6, pp. 22175-22175: 22175

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scientific name

Ectaetia subclavipes Krivosheina, 2002
status

 

Ectaetia subclavipes Krivosheina, 2002  

Materials

Type status: Other material. Occurrence: recordedBy: A. Polevoi; sex: 98 males, 135 females; Location: country: Russia; stateProvince: Karelia; locality: Kivach Nature Reserve ; verbatimLatitude: 62.281; verbatimLongitude: 33.967; verbatimCoordinateSystem: Decimal degrees; verbatimSRS: WGS84; Identification: identifiedBy: A. Polevoi; Event: samplingProtocol: Trunk emergence trap; eventDate: 2016-05-26 /06-23; Record Level: institutionCode: FRIP   Type status: Other material. Occurrence: recordedBy: A. Polevoi; sex: 11 males, 95 females; Location: country: Russia; stateProvince: Karelia; locality: Kivach Nature Reserve ; verbatimLatitude: 62.281; verbatimLongitude: 33.967; verbatimCoordinateSystem: Decimal degrees; verbatimSRS: WGS84; Identification: identifiedBy: A. Polevoi; Event: samplingProtocol: Trunk emergence trap; eventDate: 2016-06-23 /07-21; Record Level: institutionCode: FRIP   Type status: Other material. Occurrence: recordedBy: A. Polevoi; sex: 1 male, 1 female; Location: country: Russia; stateProvince: Karelia; locality: Kivach Nature Reserve ; verbatimLatitude: 62.281; verbatimLongitude: 33.967; verbatimCoordinateSystem: Decimal degrees; verbatimSRS: WGS84; Identification: identifiedBy: A. Polevoi; Event: samplingProtocol: Trunk emergence trap; eventDate: 2016-07-21 /08-19; Record Level: institutionCode: FRIP  

Diagnosis

Flies of the genus Ectaetia   have peculiar wing venation, namely the vein M partly fused with R4+5 (Fig. 5). Ectaetia subclavipes   is distinguished from congeners by the structure of the male genitalia (Fig. 6; see also Krivosheina (2002), fig. 28-30).

Distribution

East Russia: Khabarovsk region, Amur province, Tuva, Sakhalin island ( Krivosheina 2002). First record for Europe.

Ecology

Larvae develop under the bark of aspen and poplar ( Krivosheina 2002). According to the authors' data, the species prefers huge wind-broken aspens (diameter 70 cm. and more) fallen 7-10 years ago Table 1. It favoured the trunks colonised by Oxyporus corticola   (RS=0.69, P<0.01), Trametes ochracea   (RS=0.63, P<0.05) and Hyphoderma setigerum   (RS=0.56, P<0.05).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Scatopsidae

Genus

Ectaetia