Aoplonema nigrum, Forero, 2008

Forero, D., 2008, Revision And Phylogenetic Analysis Of The Hadronema Group (Miridae: Orthotylinae: Orthotylini), With Descriptions Of New Genera And New Species, And Comments On The Neotropical Genus Tupimiris, Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 2008 (312), pp. 1-172: 25-32

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scientific name

Aoplonema nigrum
status

sp. nov.

Aoplonema nigrum   , sp. nov. Figures 1, 6–9

Hadronema uhleri: Van Duzee, 1928: 182   [in part]. Hadronema robusta: Uhler, 1894: 250   [in part].

DIAGNOSIS: Recognized by overall dark coloration on legs, in particular the metafemur (fig. 1); the large eyes reaching the dorsal margin of the head; the short anteocular region; the long hemelytra and cuneus (fig. 1); the relatively small genital capsule and aedeagus (fig. 6); the vesica with rami of left portion short, and the right lateral portion weakly directed outward (fig. 7).

Aoplonema nigrum   is similar to A. rubrum   in its possession of large eyes, long cuneus, and elongate hemelytra, but it is distinguished by the black coloration of the legs, in particular the dark metafemur, which is red in A. rubrum   ; the bright red pronotum, which is darker in A. rubrum   ; and by having the right portion of the vesica weakly directed outward, not medially as in A. rubrum   . Aoplonema nigrum   is distinguished from A. princeps   by the smaller eyes, longer anteocular region, shorter hemelytra and cuneus, and more elevated calli of the latter species. Association with males is necessary to unambiguously identify female specimens because A. nigrum   females may resemble A. rubrum   , and some variation may occur.

DESCRIPTION: Male: Delicate, large, total length 4.81–5.57. COLORATION (fig. 1): HEAD: Black; mandibular and maxillary plates reddish black; buccula and gena reddish black; labrum dark brown; labium dark brown, segment I pale; antennae black. THORAX: Collar, pronotum, mesoscutum, and scutellum orange-red, calli suffused with black, faint longitudinal line between calli black; thoracic pleura orange-red; sometimes metepimeron reddish black, evaporatory area dark and peritreme red; prosternum dark orange, sometimes brownish medially; meso- sternum partially black, sometimes orangered; metasternum black. Hemelytra: Dark brown with pale costal margins; membrane and veins dark brown. Legs: Coxae orangered, sometimes meso- and metacoxae darker; basal portion of trochanters orange-red, distal portion dark brown; femora, tibiae, and tarsi black or dark brown; profemur sometimes with apical two-thirds orange, femora with scattered black spots arranged irregularly. GENITALIA: Genital capsule black; proctiger brown; parameres dark brown. STRUCTURE: HEAD: Strongly declivent; anteocular region short, about a third of head length; frons weakly convex, nearly flat; gula about as long as buccula; eyes big, reaching dorsal margin of head in lateral view, interocular distance short (table 1). THORAX: Calli on pronotum nearly flat. Hemelytra: Nearly parallel; cuneus nearly flat, much longer than wide (fig. 1). GENITA- LIA: Genital capsule relatively small (fig. 6); parameres as in figure 6; left portion of vesica compressed laterally at apex, weakly denticulate, rami very short, not reaching apex of right portion (fig. 7); right portion from weakly sinuate to strongly curved upward, usually weakly directed to the right, bearing few small spines (fig. 7).

Female: Similar to male, shorter, ovoid, total length 4.61–5.11. COLORATION: Similar to male (fig. 1). ABDOMEN: Sternites black. STRUCTURE: GENITALIA: Interramal sclerites and dorsal lobe as in figure 8, sigmoid process denticulate; sclerotized rings oblong, posterior margin strongly produced medially, medial margin not produced cephalad, accessory sclerite enlarged, rounded and denticulate at apex (fig. 8); anterior wall and inner margins of first gonapophyses as in figure 9.

DISTRIBUTION: Restricted mostly to California ( U.S.) and Baja California ( Mexico), with a few records southeast of the Great Basin (fig. 14).

HOSTS: Mostly found on Salvia dorri   and S. mellifera   , as well as on unidentified species of Salvia   ( Lamiaceae   ). A few records are available for other species of Salvia   , such as S. columbariae   and S. vaseyi   . Records are also available for the plant families Fabaceae   , Asteraceae   , Hydrophyllaceae   , Polygonaceae   , and Solanaceae   , but in all cases the number of specimens associated with each plant species is small. Pinto (1978) mentioned predation by A. princeps   (as A. uhleri   ) on meloid beetles. From the figure provided, the host data, and the specimens examined, it is shown here that the species studied by Pinto is A. nigrum   and not A. princeps   .

ETYMOLOGY: The name is taken from the Latin ‘‘nigrum’’, meaning black, and refers to the dark coloration of the femora.

DISCUSSION: Teneral specimens may look more brownish or pale brown rather than black. Dissection is needed to separate these ambiguous specimens from A. rubrum   .

Some specimens designated by Van Duzee (1928) as paratypes of Hadronema uhleri   are here considered to belong to A. nigrum   . One female that matches Uhler’s (1894) label data for his description of Hadronema robusta   is also here considered to belong to A. nigrum   .

HOLOTYPE MALE: USA: California: Riverside Co.: Wilson Valley Road, 1 mi N of Hemet, [33.762 ° N 116.97111 ° W], 21 Apr 1980, L. Russell and M.D. Schwartz, Salvia sp.   ( Lamiaceae   ), Holotype Aoplonema nigrum   , n. sp. D. Forero det. (red label), 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00102665) ( AMNH).

PARATYPES: MEXICO: Baja California: 3 mi NW of Villa Juarez, 32.64745 ° N 115.11988 ° W, 28 Apr 1963, H.B. Leech and P.H. Arnaud, Jr., 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00107244) ( USNM). El Crucero, 29.25 ° N 114.13 ° W, 612 m, 04 Apr 1976, J. Doyen, P. Rude, 43 ( AMNH _ PBI 00079856– AMNH _PBI 00079859), 1♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00079860) ( UCB). USA: California: Kern Co.: 9.6 mi W of Freeman Junction on Route 178, 35.67467 ° N 118.04412 ° W, 24 Apr 1980, L. Russell and M.D. Schwartz, Salvia sp.   ( Lamiaceae   ), 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00102700), 40♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00102701– AMNH _PBI 00102740) ( AMNH). Los Angeles Co.: Burbank, 34.18083 ° N 118.30806 ° W, 19 Apr 1931, C.H. Hicks, 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00107205) ( USNM); 23 May 1930, C.H. Hicks, 3♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00107206– AMNH _ PBI 00107208) ( USNM). Los Angeles, 34.05222 ° N 118.24278 ° W, collector unknown, 13 ( AMNH _ PBI 00107242) ( USNM). Los Angeles County, 34.05222 ° N 118.24278 ° W, collector unknown, 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00107230) ( USNM). Monterey Co.: 1 mi NE Bryson, 35.81693 ° N 121.07679 ° W, 17 Apr 1966, C.W. O’Brien, 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00079876) ( UCB). Bradley, 35.86333 ° N 120.79972 ° W, 23 Apr 1917, E.P. Van Duzee, Artemisia sp.   ( Asteraceae   ), 23, 2♀ (13, 1♀ on each pin) ( AMNH _PBI 00077893, AMNH _PBI 00077894) ( CAS). Wiley Ranch 6 mi W Greenfield, 36.32078 ° N 121.35078 ° W, 366 m, 08 May 1975 – 09 May 1975, J. Powell, 23 ( AMNH _PBI 00079820, AMNH _PBI 00079862) ( UCB). Orange Co.: Santa Ana   , 33.74556 ° N 117.86694 ° W, 26 Mar 1935, E.L. Paddock, Salvia mellifera   ( Lamiaceae   ), 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00107243) ( USNM). Riverside Co.: 1 mi S of Bundy Canyon, near Menifee Valley, 33.65321 ° N 117.28954 ° W, 10 May 1973, J.D. Pinto, 1♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083072) ( UCR). 5.6 mi S of Sage on Route 3, site 2, T7S R1E S32, 33.51666 ° N 116.9 ° W, 19 Apr 1977, A.J. Mayor, Eriogonum fasciculatum   ( Polygonaceae   ), 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00083130), 1♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083131) ( UCR); 23 Mar 1977, collector unknown, 1♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083136) ( UCR). Bautista Canyon, San Bernardino National Forest, T6E R2E S18, 33.6519 ° N 116.814 ° W, 870 m, 16 May 1995, Rob Garcia, 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00083493), 2♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083494, AMNH _PBI 00083495) ( UCR). Deep Canyon, Coyote Creek, 33.53714 ° N 116.53481 ° W, 05 Apr 1975, J.B. Tucker, 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00083067) ( UCR). Gavilan, 33.78444 ° N 117.36916 ° W, 14 Apr 1940, Timberlake, Salvia mellifera   ( Lamiaceae   ), 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00083153), 1♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083157) ( UCR); 07 Apr 1940, Timberlake, Solanum xanti   ( Solanaceae   ), 2♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00083155, AMNH _PBI 00083156) ( UCR); 22 Apr 1952, Timberlake, Salvia columbariae   ( Lamiaceae   ), 1♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083158) ( UCR). Menifee Valley, 33.72833 ° N 117.14556 ° W, 11 May 1975, John D. Pinto, 2♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083073, AMNH _PBI 00083074) ( UCR); 12 Mar 1977, J.D. Pinto, Salvia mellifera   ( Lamiaceae   ), 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00102519) ( AMNH), 1♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083137) ( UCR); 26 Apr 1977, J.D. Pinto, collected at cantharidin bait, 2♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00102522, AMNH _PBI 00102523) ( AMNH), collected at cantharidin bait, 7♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083138– AMNH _PBI 00083144) ( UCR). Menifee Valley, hills on W end, 33.72833 ° N 117.14556 ° W, 549 m, 30 Apr 1977, J.D. Pinto, 1♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083135) ( UCR); 17 May 1978, J.D. Pinto, Salvia mellifera   ( Lamiaceae   ), 1♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083070) ( UCR); 05 Apr 1978, J.D. Pinto, Salvia mellifera   ( Lamiaceae   ), 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00083544) ( UCR); 13 May 1979, J.D. Pinto, 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00083547) ( UCR); 26 Apr 1977, J.D. Pinto, Salvia mellifera   ( Lamiaceae   ), 2♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083068, AMNH _ PBI 00083069) ( UCR); 14 May 1978, J.D. Pinto, Salvia mellifera   ( Lamiaceae   ), 1♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083071) ( UCR); 14 Apr 1977, J.D. Pinto, collected at cantharidin bait, 3♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083132– AMNH _PBI 00083134) ( UCR). Quail Valley, 33.70694 ° N 117.24417 ° W, 17 Feb 1977, J.D. Pinto, light trap, 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00083152) ( UCR). Riverside, 33.95333 ° N 117.39528 ° W, 25 Apr 1939, collector unknown, light trap, 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00083129) ( UCR). Temecula Canyon, Santa Margarita River   , 33.41417 ° N 117.24389 ° W, 229 m, 18 Jun 1968, R. Hobza, 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00083551) ( UCR). Wilson Valley Road, 1 mi N of Hemet, 33.762 ° N 116.97111 ° W, 21 Apr 1980, L. Russell and M.D. Schwartz, Salvia sp.   ( Lamiaceae   ), 203 ( AMNH _PBI 00101279– AMNH _PBI 00101284, AMNH_PBI 00102663, AMNH_PBI 00102664, AMNH_PBI 00102666–AMNH_PBI 00102674, AMNH_PBI 00102789– AMNH _PBI 00102791), 7♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00101290, AMNH _ PBI 00102675– AMNH _PBI 00102680) ( AMNH); 21 Apr 1980, M.D. Schwartz, Salvia sp.   ( Lamiaceae   ), 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00102787) ( AMNH). Ca 0.8 mi N of jct Deep Creek and Horsethief Creek, T7S R6E Sec 6, 33.57136 ° N 116.40671 ° W, 902 m, collector unknown, 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00083066), 2♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00083079, AMNH _PBI 00083080) ( UCR); 16 May 1975, L.E. Clark, 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00083128) ( UCR). San Bernardino Co.: Cajon, 34.29889 ° N 117.45556 ° W, 1935, Oman, 23 ( AMNH _PBI 00107240, AMNH _PBI 00107241), 8♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00107245– AMNH _PBI 00107252) ( USNM). Granite Pass, 34.81194 ° N 115.60972 ° W, 1237 m, 27 Apr 1968, S. Freeman, 13 ( AMNH _ PBI 00083548) ( UCR); 27 Apr 1968, R. Hobza, 23 ( AMNH _PBI 00083549, AMNH _PBI 00083550) ( UCR); 27 Apr 1968, L.O. Tejada, 1♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083075) ( UCR). March’s Ranch Road 2 mi NE Baldwin Lake, 34.14983 ° N 117.45379 ° W, 25 May 1968, S. Freeman, 2♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083076, AMNH _PBI 00083077) ( UCR); 25 May 1968, J. DeVol, Salvia dorrii   ( Lamiaceae   ), 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00083065) ( UCR); 25 May 1968, P.A. Rauch, Salvia sp.   ( Lamiaceae   ), 1♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00083078) ( UCR). Oro Grande Wash, 11 mi S of Adelanto, 34.42133 ° N 117.40391 ° W, 26 May 1941, Timberlake, Salvia dorrii   (Lamia- ceae), 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00083154) ( UCR). Phelan, Rt 138 at Phelan Road, 34.42531 ° N 117.6174 ° W, 1310 m, 16 May 2004, Schuh, Cassis, Schwartz, Weirauch, Wyniger, Forero, Salvia dorrii (Kell.) Abrams   ( Lamiaceae   ), det. A. Sanders UCR140679, 23 ( AMNH _ PBI 00102395, AMNH _PBI 00102396), 11♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00102397– AMNH _PBI 00102407) ( AMNH). Jct of Black Canyon and Cedar Canyon Roads, 35.04 ° N 115.38611 ° W, 914 m, 18 May 1982, M.D. Schwartz, Salvia dorrii (Kell.) Abrams   ( Lamiaceae   ), 113 ( AMNH _PBI 00101269– AMNH _PBI 00101278, AMNH _PBI 00102785), 4♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00101286– AMNH _PBI 00101289) ( AMNH). San Diego Co.: San Diego, 32.71528 ° N 117.15639 ° W, 19 May 1913, W.S. Wright, 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00077895) ( CAS). Tecate, 32.57728 ° N 116.62751 ° W, 20 May 1964, R. Duke, 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00107254) ( USNM). San Luis Obispo Co.: Arroyo Grande Creek SW of San Luis Obispo, 35.11644 ° N 120.58609 ° W, 160 m, 08 May 1985,R.T. Schuh and B.M. Massie, Salvia mellifera   ( Lamiaceae   ), 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00102645), 3♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00101291– AMNH _PBI 00101293); Salvia sp.   ( Lamiaceae   ), 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00101285) ( AMNH). SW of San Luis Obispo, Arroyo Grande Creek, 35.11644 ° N 120.58609 ° W, 160 m, 08 May 1985, R.T. Schuh and B.M. Massie, Lupinus ludovicianus Greene   ( Fabaceae   ), 13 ( AMNH _ PBI 00102656), 4♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00102659– AMNH _PBI 00102662); Salvia mellifera   ( Lamiaceae   ), 63 ( AMNH _PBI 00102649– AMNH _PBI 00102654), 2♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00102657, AMNH _PBI 00102658); Salvia sp.   ( Lamiaceae   ), 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00102655) ( AMNH). Tasajara Creek, 7 mi N of San Luis Obispo, 35.38432 ° N 120.65861 ° W, 04 Jun 1971 – 05 Jun 1971, J.D. Pinto, light trap, 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00083543) ( UCR). Santa Barbara Co.   : 1 mi N of Refugio Beach, 34.47729 ° N 120.06917 ° W, 21 Jun 1965, R.W. Gear, 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00079881) ( UCB). Upper Oso Campground off Rt 154, 34.55583 ° N 119.75389 ° W, 305 m, 07 May 1985, R.T. Schuh and B.M. Massie, Artemisia californica   ( Asteraceae   ), 1♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00102699), Salvia mellifera   ( Lamiaceae   ), 13 ( AMNH _PBI 00102690), 8♀ ( AMNH _PBI 00102691– AMNH _PBI 00102698) ( AMNH).

OTHER SPECIMENS EXAMINED: MEX- ICO: Baja California: 12 mi E of El Rosario, 30.1532 ° N 115.53903 ° W, 329 m, 25 Mar 1979, J.D. Pinto, 2♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00083150 View Materials , AMNH _ PBI 00083151 View Materials ) ( UCR). 13 mi N of Punta Prieta, 29 ° N 114.4 ° W, 26 Mar 1979, J.D. Pinto, 3♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00083145 View Materials – AMNH _ PBI 00083147 View Materials ) ( UCR). 19 km E of El Rosario (km 47), 30.06691 ° N 115.65595 ° W, 143 m, 28 Mar 1980, J.D. Pinto and E. Fisher, 2♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00083148 View Materials , AMNH _ PBI 00083149 View Materials ) ( UCR). 44.5 km E of Rt 1 toward Parque San Pedro Martir, 30.97935 ° N 115.73089 ° W, 720 m, 24 Apr 1985, R.T. Schuh and B.M. Massie, Salvia sp.   ( Lamiaceae   ), 2♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00102520 View Materials , AMNH _ PBI 00102521 View Materials ) ( AMNH). Tecate, 3.4 mi S of El Condor, 32.41751 ° N 116.16666 ° W, 1219 m, 15 May 1982, M.D. Schwartz, Lupinus sp.   ( Fabaceae   ), 3♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00102742 View Materials – AMNH _ PBI 00102744 View Materials ) ( AMNH). USA: Arizona: Mohave Co.: Hualapai Mountains , SE of Kingman, T20N R15W, 35.18944 ° N 114.05222 ° W, 1585 m, 09 Jun 1983, R.T. Schuh, M.D. Schwartz, G.M. Stonedahl, Eriodictyon angustifolium Nutt.   ( Hydrophyllaceae   ), 1♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00101294 View Materials ) ( AMNH). California: Los Angeles Co. : Chaparral Campground , Bouquet Canyon , Saugus , 34.55806 ° N 118.40527 ° W, 21 Apr 1972, J. Cicero, 13 ( AMNH _ PBI 00243738 View Materials ) ( FSCA). Soledad Canyon , 34.42252 ° N 118.54036 ° W, 04 Apr 1969, collector unknown, 1♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00083534 View Materials ) ( UCR). Monterey Co. : 1.5 mi SW of Arroyo Seco Guard Station, Horse Bridge, 36.31222 ° N 121.29682 ° W, 396 m, 06 May 1975, J.A. Powell, 3♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00079877 View Materials – AMNH _ PBI 00079879 View Materials ) ( UCB) GoogleMaps   ; 06 May 1975, R. Wharton, Lupinus sp.   ( Fabaceae   ), 1♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00079883 View Materials ) ( UCB). Orange Co.: Santiago Canyon , 33.70361 ° N 117.60194 ° W, 1533 m, 02 Apr 1936, E.L. Paddock, 1♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00107253 View Materials ) ( USNM) GoogleMaps   ; Salvia mellifera   ( Lamiaceae   ), 1♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00106295 View Materials ) ( TAMU). Nevada Co.: Crystal Springs , 39.25934 ° N 120.97605 ° W, 09 Jul 1871, H. Edwards, Cotype (by Uhler) robusta, Cotype   52837 U.S. N.M. (red label), 1♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00107120 View Materials ) ( USNM). San Bernardino Co.: 12.5 mi SE of Ivanpah, Ivanpah Road , 35.21277 ° N 115.15332 ° W, 25 May 1977, J.D. Pinto, 1♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00083545 View Materials ) ( UCR). Burns Canyon, T 1N R4E S11, 34.1876 ° N 116.5349 ° W, 1300 m, 27 Apr 1993, Ali Al-Wahaibi , 2♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00083519 View Materials , AMNH _ PBI 00083520 View Materials ) ( UCR). E of Wrightwood on Rt 2, 2 km W of Rt 138, Los Angeles National Forest , 34.37824 ° N 117.6117 ° W, 1556 m, 18 May 2004, Schuh , Cassis , Schwartz , Weirauch , Wyniger , Forero , Salvia dorrii (Kell.) Abrams   ( Lamiaceae   ), det. Field ID, 2♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00102379 View Materials , AMNH _ PBI 00102380 View Materials ) ( AMNH). Mountain Pass , Mescal Range, T 16N R13E S14, 35.4743 ° N 115.5435 ° W, 1410 m, 04 May 1993, Ali Al-Wahaibi , 2♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00083496 View Materials , AMNH _ PBI 00083521 View Materials ) ( UCR). Pioneertown , 34.15667 ° N 116.4961 ° W, collector unknown, 1♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00083546 View Materials ) ( UCR). Sheephole Mountains , T 2N R12E S22, 34.2459 ° N 115.7095 ° W, 10 Apr 1984, F. Corcel, 1♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00083533 View Materials ) ( UCR). San Diego Co. : Anza-Borrego Desert State Park , Palm Canyon Trail , 33.22111 ° N 116.33333 ° W, 183 m, 17 May 1982, M.D. Schwartz, Salvia vaseyi   ( Lamiaceae   ), 1♀ ( AMNH _ PBI 00102752 View Materials ) ( AMNH). San Diego County, 32.71528 ° N 117.15639 ° W, 09 Apr 1913, E.P. Van Duzee GoogleMaps   , Paratype of ‘‘ uhleri   ’’ E.P. Van Duzee, 2♀ (on same pin) (AMNH_PBI 00077899) (CAS), 29 Apr 1913, E. P. Van Duzee, Paratype of ‘‘ uhleri   ’’ E.P. Van Duzee, 2♀ (AMNH_PBI 00077906) (CAS), 04 May 1913, E. P. Van Duzee, Paratype of ‘‘ uhleri   ’’ E.P. Van Duzee, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00077904) (CAS), 06 May 1913, E. P. Van Duzee, Paratype of ‘‘ uhleri   ’’ E.P. Van Duzee, 2♀ (on same pin) (AMNH_ PBI 00077901) (CAS), 08 May 1913, E.P. Van Duzee, paratype of ‘‘ uhleri   ’’ E.P. Van Duzee, 23 (on same pin) (AMNH_PBI 00077858) (CAS), 12 May 1913, E.P. Van Duzee, paratype of ‘‘ uhleri   ’’ E.P. Van Duzee, 13, 1♀ (on same pin) (AMNH_PBI 00077857) (CAS), 13 May 1913, E.P. Van Duzee, Paratype of ‘‘ uhleri   ’’ E.P. Van Duzee, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00077903) (CAS), 30 May 1913, E. P. Van Duzee, Paratype of ‘‘ uhleri   ’’ E.P. Van Duzee, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00077905) (CAS), 11 Apr 1914, E.P. Van Duzee, Paratype of ‘‘ uhleri   ’’ E.P. Van Duzee, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00077900) (CAS), 12 Apr 1914, E.P. Van Duzee, Paratype of ‘‘ uhleri   ’’ E.P. Van Duzee, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00077902) (CAS). Solano Co.: Mix Canyon, Vaca Mountains, 38.40957 ° N 122.06698 ° W, 610 m, 26 Jun 1977, R.S. Miller, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00106294) (TAMU). Stanislaus Co.: Del Puerto Canyon, Frank Raines Park, 37.48833 ° N 121.20583 ° W, 341 m, 12 Apr 1980, K. Standow, 1♀ (AMNH_PBI 00079886) (UCB).

AMNH

American Museum of Natural History

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

UCB

University of California at Berkeley

CAS

California Academy of Sciences

FSCA

Florida State Collection of Arthropods, The Museum of Entomology

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Miridae

Genus

Aoplonema

Loc

Aoplonema nigrum

Forero, D. 2008
2008
Loc

Hadronema uhleri: Van Duzee, 1928: 182

Van Duzee, E. P. 1928: 182
Uhler, P. R. 1894: 250
1928