Tonnoiriella Vaillant 1982,

Wagner, Rüdiger & Withers, Phil, 2020, The West-Palearctic species of the genus Tonnoiriella Vaillant, 1971 (Diptera: Psychodidae, Psychodinae), Zootaxa 4728 (2), pp. 183-210: 208

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4728.2.2

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:AE4F8089-7D2E-4ABA-AA09-CD504705788A

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/784D878B-6015-210C-8FF1-011CFA2F895E

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scientific name

Tonnoiriella Vaillant 1982
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Key to males of the west-palearctic species of genus Tonnoiriella Vaillant 1982 

1 - Hypandrium thin without broadening, gonostyli 1.5 x longer than gonocoxites with angled tip, aedeagus with parallel sides, longer than gonocoxites, inner seta on gonocoxites shorter than the diameter of the gonocoxite...... T. graeca  1993 Wagner

- Hypandrium usually with median broadening, gonostyli about as long as gonocoxites with sharp tip, gonocoxites with a strong seta long distinctly longer than the gonocoxite diameter....................................................... 2

2 - Dorsal lobus of the basiphallus linked with a clearly detectable distiphallus sclerite................................. 3

- Dorsal lobus of the basiphallus without detectable distiphallus sclerite.......................................... 12

3 - Dorsal distiphallus extensive, lateral protrusions with sharp tips................................ T. pulchra  -group ... 4

- Dorsal distiphallus small anchor-shaped, not protruding the edge of the aedeagus................... T. sieberti  -group … 7

4 - Hypandrium medially with a thin tongue-shaped broadening................................. T. anderssoni (Nielsen) 

- Hypandrium medially with large broadening................................................................ 5

5 - Median broadening of hypandrium concave..................................................... T. paveli Ježek 

- Median broadening of hypandrium convex................................................................. 6

6 - Median broadening of hypandrium rhomboid................................................. T. pulchra (Eaton) 

- Median broadening of hypandrium triangular................................................ T. aurasica  sp. nov.

7 - Hypandrium thin, of equal width over the entire length.......................................... T. syriensis Ježek 

- Hypandrium distinctly broadened in the midst.............................................................. 8

8 - Hypandrium broadened in the midst and less pronounced laterally............................................... 9

- Hypandrium broad over the entire ventral length, with distinct central broadening................................. 11

9 - Hypandrium broad only in the middle........................................................ T. sieberti Wagner 

- Hypandrium with in addition 2 smaller lateral prominences................................................... 10

10 - Ventral distiphallus sclerite as long as gonocoxite, apically with 2 small tips.......................... T. ikariae  sp. nov.

- Ventral distiphallus sclerite shorter than gonocoxite, apically blunt................................. T. turcica Wagner 

11 - Hypandrium ventrally only slightly broadened................................................. T. egeica  sp. nov.

- Hypandrium ventrally in the midst shield-like broadened......................................... T. italiae  sp. nov.

12 - Dorsal lobus of basiphallus apically dualistic branched....................................................... 13

- Dorsal lobus of basiphallus not branched.................................................................. 14

13 - Median broadening of hypandrium 2x longer than broad...................................... T. atlantica (Satchell) 

- Median broadening of hypandrium inconspicuous................................. T. fontinalis Wagner & Salamanna 

14 - Gonostylus apically apruptly thinner, digitate or harpoon shaped with serrate outer edge............. T. mollis  -group … 15

- Gonostylus evenly bent, tapered, epandrial processes appendages elongate with more than 5 retinacula................................................................................................. T. nigricauda  -group … 17

15 - Hypandrium medially hardly broadened, epandrial processes appendages with 1 large and 2 short tenacula.................................................................................................... T. mollis (Satchell) 

- Hypandrium medially linguiform broadened............................................................... 16

16 - Gonostylus as long as gonocoxite, basally globular, apically harpoon-shaped............... T. anchoriformis (Salamanna) 

- Gonostylus longer than the gonocoxite, apically digitate with a line of 4 setae bases........ T. filistylis Vaillant & Moubayed 

17 - Hypandrium with 2 median or lateral broadenings.......................................................... 18

- Hypandrium with 1 median broadening................................................................... 19

18 - Broadenings lateral, short, acute, ventral distiphallus sclerite almost semicircular apically acute........... T. arcuata Ježek 

- Broadenings close to the middle, rounded, ventral distiphallus sclerite apically round............... T. goncalvesi  sp. nov.

19 - Median broadening small, ventral distiphallus sclerite with blunt 3 lobes....................... T. nigricauda (Tonnoir) 

- Median broadening distinct, ventral distiphallus sclerite with 2 sharp lobes......................... T. andradei  sp. nov.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Psychodidae