Clusiodes tuomikoskii Mamaev, 1974

Polevoi, Alexei, Ruokolainen, Anna & Shorohova, Ekaterina, 2018, Eleven remarkable Diptera species, emerged from fallen aspens in Kivach Nature Reserve, Russian Karelia, Biodiversity Data Journal 6, pp. 22175-22175: 22175

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scientific name

Clusiodes tuomikoskii Mamaev, 1974
status

 

Clusiodes tuomikoskii Mamaev, 1974  

Materials

Type status: Other material. Occurrence: recordedBy: A. Polevoi; sex: 14 males, 14 females; Location: country: Russia; stateProvince: Karelia; locality: Kivach Nature Reserve ; verbatimLatitude: 62.281; verbatimLongitude: 33.967; verbatimCoordinateSystem: Decimal degrees; verbatimSRS: WGS84; Identification: identifiedBy: A. Polevoi; Event: samplingProtocol: Trunk emergence trap; eventDate: 2016-04-25 /05-26; Record Level: institutionCode: FRIP  

Diagnosis

The only representative of the genus Clusiodes   with no darkening along the costal vein and entirely black scutum (Fig. 12). Male surstylus figured by Mamaev (1974), fig. 1:3 and Lonsdale and Marshall (2007), fig. 41.

Distribution

Known only by the type specimens from East Russia, Primorje region ( Lonsdale and Marshall 2007, Mamaev 1974). First record for Europe.

Ecology

Unknown, but most probably similar to other species of Clusiodes   , which develop in dead wood in an advanced state of decay, preferring fallen bark-covered trunks or stumps ( Rotheray and Horsfield 2013). According to the authors' data, this species prefers wind-broken aspens of average diameter (ca. 40 cm) fallen 9 years ago (Table 1). It favoured the trunks colonised by Peniophora incarnata   (RS=0.61, P<0.05).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Clusiidae

Genus

Clusiodes