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A second species of Oculogryphus (Coleoptera, Lampyridae), with notes on the phylogenetic affinities of the genus.

Jeng ML, Branham MA, Engel MS - Zookeys (2011)

Bottom Line: A second species of the enigmatic lampyrid genus Oculogryphus is described and figured as Oculogryphus bicolorsp. n. from Vietnam.The definition of the genus is slightly modified with consideration of newly detected morphological variation from this species.According to a comprehensive phylogenetic analysis including nearly 80% of documented lampyrid genera, Oculogryphus is the putative sister group to Stenocladius s. str. within the paraphyletic group of Ototretinae-Ototretadrilinae.The classification of Stenocladius is briefly discussed in this context.

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Affiliation: Division of Entomology, Natural History Museum and Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, 1501 Crestline Drive-Suite 140, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas 66049-2811, U.S.A.

ABSTRACT
A second species of the enigmatic lampyrid genus Oculogryphus is described and figured as Oculogryphus bicolorsp. n. from Vietnam. The definition of the genus is slightly modified with consideration of newly detected morphological variation from this species. According to a comprehensive phylogenetic analysis including nearly 80% of documented lampyrid genera, Oculogryphus is the putative sister group to Stenocladius s. str. within the paraphyletic group of Ototretinae-Ototretadrilinae.The classification of Stenocladius is briefly discussed in this context.

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Figures 5–6. Oculogryphus bicolor sp. n., male 5 aedeagal sheath, dorsal aspect 6 male genitalia, dorsal (A), ventral (B), and lateral (C) aspects.
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Figure 3: Figures 5–6. Oculogryphus bicolor sp. n., male 5 aedeagal sheath, dorsal aspect 6 male genitalia, dorsal (A), ventral (B), and lateral (C) aspects.

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A second species of Oculogryphus (Coleoptera, Lampyridae), with notes on the phylogenetic affinities of the genus.

Jeng ML, Branham MA, Engel MS - Zookeys (2011)

Figures 5–6. Oculogryphus bicolor sp. n., male 5 aedeagal sheath, dorsal aspect 6 male genitalia, dorsal (A), ventral (B), and lateral (C) aspects.
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Figure 3: Figures 5–6. Oculogryphus bicolor sp. n., male 5 aedeagal sheath, dorsal aspect 6 male genitalia, dorsal (A), ventral (B), and lateral (C) aspects.
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Bottom Line: A second species of the enigmatic lampyrid genus Oculogryphus is described and figured as Oculogryphus bicolorsp. n. from Vietnam.The definition of the genus is slightly modified with consideration of newly detected morphological variation from this species.According to a comprehensive phylogenetic analysis including nearly 80% of documented lampyrid genera, Oculogryphus is the putative sister group to Stenocladius s. str. within the paraphyletic group of Ototretinae-Ototretadrilinae.The classification of Stenocladius is briefly discussed in this context.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Division of Entomology, Natural History Museum and Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, 1501 Crestline Drive-Suite 140, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas 66049-2811, U.S.A.

ABSTRACT
A second species of the enigmatic lampyrid genus Oculogryphus is described and figured as Oculogryphus bicolorsp. n. from Vietnam. The definition of the genus is slightly modified with consideration of newly detected morphological variation from this species. According to a comprehensive phylogenetic analysis including nearly 80% of documented lampyrid genera, Oculogryphus is the putative sister group to Stenocladius s. str. within the paraphyletic group of Ototretinae-Ototretadrilinae.The classification of Stenocladius is briefly discussed in this context.

No MeSH data available.