Camptocerus charpentierae Schedl

Smith, Sarah M. & Cognato, Anthony I., 2010, A taxonomic revision of Camptocerus Dejean (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae), Insecta Mundi 2010 (148), pp. 1-88: 42-43

publication ID

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5165174

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Camptocerus charpentierae Schedl
status

 

Camptocerus charpentierae Schedl   ,

removed from synonymy

(Fig. 26, 57)

Camptocerus charpentierae Schedl 1970: 582   .

Holotype: male, FRENCH GUIANA:  

Massikiri-Haut Oyapock, 18.xi.1969,

(Balachowsky-Gruner Guyane Mission),

Schedl Collection ( NHMW).

Diagnosis. Adults of both sexes of C. 

charpentierae can be distinguished by the black

abdomen, convex second abdominal sternite and

by the declivital interstriae bearing uniseriate,

short, pale yellow-brown scales.

Redescription (male). 3.8-4.5 mm long (mean = 4.3 mm; n = 6); 1.7-2.0 times as long as wide. Head and antennae dark red-brown; abdomen, elytra, and legs black. Pronotum and legs may be red to black, but are typically reddish-brown. Figure 26. Camptocerus charpentierae   , 3.8 – 4.5 mm,

holotype male. Lateral (A), dorsal (B); male head Epistoma strongly excavated, expanded to

anterior (C), anterior oblique (D); female head anterior greater than quarter length of head; surface (E), anterior oblique (F). shagreened; bearing 6 rows of setae lateral to the median line; each lateral margin with a sub-acute vertical costa; apical margin armed with a short rectangular carina; basal margin tumid above scape insertion (Fig. 2b). Frons strongly excavated from epistoma to anterodorsal margin of the eyes, excavation bordering the ocular margin; surface shagreened; bearing 1 erect golden setae lateral to the median

line, surface clearly visible; 20-30 setae on lateral and dorsal margins. Antennal scape elongate and expanded distally, distal three-quarters bearing dense setae, those length of scape; segments 2-7 of funicle bearing setae on the ventral margin, those 1.5 times the length of funicle; setae on the dorsal margin, those less than the length of 5 segments; ventral margin bearing setae twice as thick as those on dorsal margin; anterior face of the club setose with a partial septum.

Apical pronotal margin broadly rounded (Fig. 5a), area between eyes lined with scales; surface minutely granulate- punctate, with minute, shallow punctures; anterior fifth bearing 2-3 rows of yellowbrown setae; base weakly recurved (Fig. 8b); carina on lateral margin type C (Fig. 7c).

Scutellum shape   type B ( Fig. 12b View Figure 12 ).

Elytral sides parallel, narrowing to a smooth apex; base never tumid from interstriae 7-9. Disk with shallow rugosities extending from the striae 1 to interstriae 4 and from the base to just beyond the scutellum, the remaining elytral surface minutely granulate. Declivital interstriae bearing uni- and biseriate rows of pale yellow-brown scales. Tenth interstriae with a carina encompassing elytra. Metepisternum shape type C ( Fig. 9c View Figure 9 ); setae palmately divided into 4 or more filaments. Mesosternum shape type E ( Fig. 10e View Figure 10 ). Second sternite convex.

Male genitalia. Median lobe flat, proximally wider than distal end, arcuate on distal quarter, lateral and apical margins with more sclerotization; apex broad, set below the level of the median lobe; apical orifice lightly sclerotized; lateral margins folded dorsally. Median struts a third of body length. Internal sac central area lightly sclerotized; faint sclerotization on the dorsal part of median lobe above seminal trough; seminal trough proximal end “V” shaped ( Fig. 57). Tegmen and spicule destroyed in dissection.

Female. Similar to male except epistoma less impressed, less than a quarter length of head and unarmed; with a 4 rows of hair-like setae on apical margin. Frons flat, with medial area slightly impressed and joining with the impressed area of the epistoma; punctures small and shallow medially, larger and deeper laterally. Each gena with a circular mycangium (Fig. 4c). Segments 1-7 of funicle bearing scattered setae less than the length of 3 segments. Pronotal area between the eyes lined with scales.

Specimens examined. (9M, 9F)

Type Material. Holotype Camptocerus charpentierae   , M ( NHMW)   . Paratype FRENCH GUIANA: Massikiri-Haut Oyapock, 16.xi.1969, Balachowsky-Gruner Guyane Mission, 1F (MNHN).

Other material. BRAZIL: Amazonas : Hwy ZF 2, km 20.7, ca 60 km N. Manaus, 2 o 30’S, 60 o 15’W, ex. canopy fogging, 16.viii.1979, (Adis, Erwin, Montgomery et al.), 1M ( USNM), 1M, 1F ( MSUC) GoogleMaps   ; 18.viii.1979, 1M ( USNM)   . ECUADOR: Napo: Tiputini Biodiversity Station , -0.631944, -76.144167, 220-250 m, x.1998, ex. canopy fogging (T.L. Erwin et al.), lot 1947, 1M ( USNM) GoogleMaps   ; ii.1999, lot 2030, 1F ( USNM)   ; ii.1999, lot 2047, 1F ( USNM)   ; Reserva Ethnica Waorani , 1 km S Onkone Gare Camp, -0.652778, -76.433333, 220 m, ex. canopy fogging, i.1994, (T.L. Erwin et al.), lot 644, 1M ( MSUC) GoogleMaps   ; i.1995, lot 1000, 1M ( USNM)   ; vi.1996, lot 1550, 1F ( MSUC)   ; vi.1996, lot 1586, 1F ( USNM)   ; x.1996, lot 1753, 2M, 3F ( USNM)   .

Discussion. Wood (2007) considered this species to be a synonym of Camptocerus cinctus   . Camptocerus cinctus   is herein recognized as a synonym of C. suturalis   . Camptocerus charpentierae   is resurrected based on comparison of the holotype with that of C. cinctus   and C. suturalis   . Phylogenetic analysis revealed the C. charpentierae   (latipilis clade) to be in a separate clade from C. suturalis   (aeneipennis clade) ( Fig. 14 View Figure 14 ).

Distribution. Brazil (Amazonas), Ecuador (Napo), French Guiana.

Hosts. Unknown.

Biology. Unknown.

NHMW

Naturhistorisches Museum, Wien

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Curculionidae

Genus

Camptocerus

Loc

Camptocerus charpentierae Schedl

Smith, Sarah M. & Cognato, Anthony I. 2010
2010
Loc

Camptocerus charpentierae

Schedl, K. E. 1970: 582
1970