Notiocoenia,

Mathis, Wayne N. & Marinoni, Luciane, 2016, Revision of Ephydrini Zetterstedt (Diptera: Ephydridae) from the Americas south of the United States, Zootaxa 4116 (1), pp. 1-110: 15

publication ID

http://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4116.1.1

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:22D15539-E49E-4D6C-BFCF-D4DBC72BA640

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/967487E2-FF9E-FF9D-FF4D-9FB0F88CFC8B

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Notiocoenia
status

 

Key to species groups and species of Notiocoenia 

1. Lateral vertical seta present, length subequal to medial vertical seta; postsutural, supra-alar seta either lacking or much reduced; arista at most macropubescent; postpronotum bearing 2–3 setulae; wing appearing dull, palely infuscate, 2 white spots on either side of crossvein dm-cu (the pollinosa  group).................................... N. pollinosa Mathis 

- Lateral vertical seta lacking; postsutural, supra-alar seta present, length subequal to postalar seta; arista micropectinate, hair length about 1 / 2 height of basal flagellomere; postpronotum bare; wing appearing shiny, mostly hyaline, lacking white spots as above (the paniculata  group)............................................................................ 2

2. Male 4 th abdominal sternite subrectangular, posterior margin truncate, setae at posterior margin slightly larger but not clumped; ventral margin of epandrium with conspicuous U-shaped medial emargination in posterior view; aedeagus more slender and with more distinct taper toward apex: gonite with acutely pointed process posteriorly........ N. acutella Mathis 

- Male 4 th abdominal sternite pentagonal, posterior margin shallowly pointed, with distinct clump of 15 or more larger setae near apex; ventral margin of epandrium lacking U-shaped medial emargination in posterior view; aedeagus with gradual taper throughout its length; gonite lacking pointed process along posterior margin....................... N. paniculata Mathis 

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Ephydridae