Poecilimon inflatus lyciae Kaya &Çıplak, 2018

Kaya, Sarp, Chobanov, Dragan, Heller, Klaus-Gerhard, Yahyaoğlu, Özgül, Uluar, Onur & Çiplak, Battal, 2018, Review of Poecilimon species with inflated pronotum: description of four new taxa within an acoustically diverse group, Zootaxa 4462 (4), pp. 451-482 : 462

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4462.4.1

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6489245

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/9839A611-FF95-FFC5-E7B0-A84E8495F93B

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scientific name

Poecilimon inflatus lyciae Kaya &Çıplak
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subsp. n.

Poecilimon inflatus lyciae Kaya &Çıplak   subsp. n.

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Material examined. Holotype male, TURKEY: Antalya, Kale, Üçagiz near Demre 36.19894o N, 29.84480o E, 16 m, 04.vi.2010, leg. S. Kaya, Z. Boztepe, E. Akgül & Ö. Pekter ( AUZM) (sound record) GoogleMaps   . Paratypes. 3 MM, 1 F, same data as holotype; TURKEY: 2 MM, Antalya, road from Kaş to Kale , 36.268719o N, 29.466345o E, 16m, 04.vi.2010, leg. S. Kaya, Z. Boztepe, E. Akgül & Ö. Pekter ( AUZM) (sound record); 3 MM, 1 F GoogleMaps   , Antalya, Demre, Davazlar village , 36.256538o N, 29.856145o E, 236 m, 04.vi.2010, leg. S. Kaya, Z. Boztepe, E. Akgül & Ö. Pekter ( AUZM) (sound record) GoogleMaps   ; Antalya, south of Kemer , 36.39273o N, 30.40127o E, 04.v.2014, leg. D. Chobanov (CC) (sound record); 8 MM, 4 FF GoogleMaps   , Antalya, road from Demre to Kaş , 36.236511o N, 29.946168o E, 120m, 19.v.2006, leg. S. Kaya, D. Sirin & M.S. Taylan ( AUZM); 4MM, 1F GoogleMaps   , Antalya, road from Kalkan to Sütleğen , 36.268719o N, 29.466345o E, 867 m, 03.v.2005, leg. B. Çıplak ( AUZM). GoogleMaps  

Diagnosis. The number of stridulatory teeth>100 (<92 or less in the nominate subspecies) (compare A and B in Figure 6 View FIGURE 6 ), the male cerci almost straight (at least apex is inward in the nominate subspecies) (compare A and B in Figure 9 View FIGURE 9 ), the female subgenital plate with widely rounded posterior margin (almost straight in the nominate subspecies) and male paraproct almost straight at posterior margin (rounded in the nominate subspecies) are main characters diagnosing P. inflatus lyciae   from the nominate subspecies. Additionally animals from Demre and Kemer can be distinguished by smaller body size.