Guapinannus tatumbia, Frankenberg & Knyshov & Hoey-Chamberlain & Weirauch, 2021

Frankenberg, Sarah, Knyshov, Alexander, Hoey-Chamberlain, Rochelle & Weirauch, Christiane, 2021, Taxonomic revision of Guapinannus Wygodzinsky, 1951 (Hemiptera: Schizopteridae), with description of 19 new species, Zootaxa 4958 (1), pp. 261-286: 278

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4958.1.14

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:24D79FED-A8E2-45FA-B37D-89605F56D797

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4691852

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/E07B87DE-FFDE-FF80-FF22-6AECE2B2F9FB

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scientific name

Guapinannus tatumbia
status

sp. n.

Guapinannus tatumbia   , sp. n.

( Figs 4 View FIGURE 4 , 7 View FIGURE 7 , 9 View FIGURE 9 )

Holotype. Male. HONDURAS: Francisco Morazan: Tatumbia Montaña del Aguacate , 14°N 87.08333°W, 1425m, 14 Mar 1996, R. Cave, 1♂ ( UCR _ ENT 00078556) ( EAPZ). GoogleMaps  

Paratypes: HONDURAS: Francisco Morazan: Tatumbia Montaña del Aguacate , 14°N 87.08333°W, 1425m, 14 Mar 1996, R GoogleMaps   . Cave , 5♂ ( UCR _ ENT 00078555, UCR_ENT 00078557-UCR_ENT 00078560), 5♀ ( UCR _ ENT 00078561 -UCR_ENT 00078565) ( EAPZ)   . Olancho: La Union Parq Nac La Maralla , 15.07949°N 86.76175°W, 1060m, 14 Sep 1994, R GoogleMaps   . Cordero , 1♀ ( UCR _ ENT 00078566) ( EAPZ)   .

Etymology: Named for the type locality “Tatumbia Montana” in Honduras (noun in apposition).

Diagnosis: Recognized by the mid-sized body length (1.51 mm), elongate oval outline of forewings, inflated tip of scutellum (black arrow) ( Fig. 4 View FIGURE 4 ), vesica relatively thick and straight with acute tip, not reaching pygophore margin, and without anophoric process ( Fig. 7 View FIGURE 7 ).

Description: Male: Total body length 1.51 mm; length from posterior margin of pronotum to posterior wing margin 1.27 mm; greatest width across pronotum 0.62 mm; greatest width across forewings 0.88 mm. General coloration: mix of pale and darker brown or reddish brown. Vestiture: Dorsum with dense setae, setae long; setae on posterior margin of forewing extremely long. Structure: Head: Eye about one third as high as head; muscle scars large. Thorax: Anterior pronotal margin concave, posterior margin slightly concave; pits on pronotum small, evenly distributed; scutellum in dorsal view abruptly narrowed to tip, tip rounded. Forewing: With outline broad anteriorly; membrane contributing about one third of forewing length, posterior distal margin squarish, vein-tracing areoles on proximal part of wing absent; C+Sc broad, wider at widest part of wing; distal process of R pronounced; An1 wing organ on corium inflated, elongate, with median notch, without notch articulating with claval process; rc1 about 3 times as long as wide, much wider anteriorly; rc about 4 times as long as wide; tc about 3 times as long as wide; part of An1 and Cu forming posterodistal margin of tc of similar width as other veins; distal margin of rc1, rc, and tc cells double s-shaped; rc2–3 trapezoidal; cub almost reaching wing margin; dc1 with basal portion relatively wide and short. Legs: Claws long. Genitalia ( Fig. 7 View FIGURE 7 ): Pygophore without lobe on right side; vesica with between half and one loop, not reaching right pygophore margin, thick at midpoint, tapering to acute tip, close to apex fairly straight; anophoric ridge without process; right paramere curved, broad throughout, basal process broad; left paramere straight, tapering, basal process narrow.

Female: As in male and generic description.

Collecting method and habitat: Unknown.

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Departamento de Geologia, Universidad de Chile

UCR

University of California

EAPZ

Escuela Agricola Panamericana