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A new species of Dysanabatium Bernhauer and additional records of D. jacobsoni Bernhauer (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Paederinae).

Peng Z, Assing V, Li LZ, Zhao MJ - Zookeys (2014)

Bottom Line: Dysanabatium hainanense Peng & Li, sp. n. (Hainan: Wuzhi Shan, Diaoluo Shan) is described and illustrated.Additional records of D. jacobsoni Bernhauer, 1915 are reported.The habitus, the sexual characters, and the distribution of this enormously variable species are illustrated.

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Affiliation: Department of Biology, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, 200234, P. R. China.

ABSTRACT
Dysanabatium hainanense Peng & Li, sp. n. (Hainan: Wuzhi Shan, Diaoluo Shan) is described and illustrated. Additional records of D. jacobsoni Bernhauer, 1915 are reported. The habitus, the sexual characters, and the distribution of this enormously variable species are illustrated.

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Tergites and sternites of Dysanabatium jacobsoni. A–C female tergite VIII D–F female sternite VIII G–H female tergites IX–X. I male sternite VII J–L male tergite VIII M–P male sternite VIII. Scales: 0.5 mm.
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Figure 3: Tergites and sternites of Dysanabatium jacobsoni. A–C female tergite VIII D–F female sternite VIII G–H female tergites IX–X. I male sternite VII J–L male tergite VIII M–P male sternite VIII. Scales: 0.5 mm.

Mentions: In external (transverse head; elongate elytra; bicolorous femora) and the male sexual characters (shapes and chaetotaxy of the male sternites VIII), Dysanabatium hainanense resembles Dysanabatium jacobsoni Bernhauer, 1915 and Dysanabatium birmana Cameron, 1931. The new species is distinguished from the former by less prominent posterior angles of the head, somewhat larger eyes, the somewhat shorter fifth metatarsomere, and the morphology of the aedeagus (different shape of ventral process and stouter sclerotized structure in internal sac). For illustrations of Dysanabatium jacobsoni see Figs 1B–H, 3A–P, 4A–F and Rougemont (1997: 323, Fig. 1; 324, Figs 3a–5). It differs from Dysanabatium birmana by greater body size, the transverse head, the larger eyes, the darker and much longer antennae, the black and glossy pronotum, the denser punctation of the elytra, the larger aedeagus, the somewhat stouter ventral process in lateral view and the weakly sclerotized internal sac of the aedeagus. For illustrations Dysanabatium birmana see Rougemont (1997: 324, Fig. 6).


A new species of Dysanabatium Bernhauer and additional records of D. jacobsoni Bernhauer (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Paederinae).

Peng Z, Assing V, Li LZ, Zhao MJ - Zookeys (2014)

Tergites and sternites of Dysanabatium jacobsoni. A–C female tergite VIII D–F female sternite VIII G–H female tergites IX–X. I male sternite VII J–L male tergite VIII M–P male sternite VIII. Scales: 0.5 mm.
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Figure 3: Tergites and sternites of Dysanabatium jacobsoni. A–C female tergite VIII D–F female sternite VIII G–H female tergites IX–X. I male sternite VII J–L male tergite VIII M–P male sternite VIII. Scales: 0.5 mm.
Mentions: In external (transverse head; elongate elytra; bicolorous femora) and the male sexual characters (shapes and chaetotaxy of the male sternites VIII), Dysanabatium hainanense resembles Dysanabatium jacobsoni Bernhauer, 1915 and Dysanabatium birmana Cameron, 1931. The new species is distinguished from the former by less prominent posterior angles of the head, somewhat larger eyes, the somewhat shorter fifth metatarsomere, and the morphology of the aedeagus (different shape of ventral process and stouter sclerotized structure in internal sac). For illustrations of Dysanabatium jacobsoni see Figs 1B–H, 3A–P, 4A–F and Rougemont (1997: 323, Fig. 1; 324, Figs 3a–5). It differs from Dysanabatium birmana by greater body size, the transverse head, the larger eyes, the darker and much longer antennae, the black and glossy pronotum, the denser punctation of the elytra, the larger aedeagus, the somewhat stouter ventral process in lateral view and the weakly sclerotized internal sac of the aedeagus. For illustrations Dysanabatium birmana see Rougemont (1997: 324, Fig. 6).

Bottom Line: Dysanabatium hainanense Peng & Li, sp. n. (Hainan: Wuzhi Shan, Diaoluo Shan) is described and illustrated.Additional records of D. jacobsoni Bernhauer, 1915 are reported.The habitus, the sexual characters, and the distribution of this enormously variable species are illustrated.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Biology, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, 200234, P. R. China.

ABSTRACT
Dysanabatium hainanense Peng & Li, sp. n. (Hainan: Wuzhi Shan, Diaoluo Shan) is described and illustrated. Additional records of D. jacobsoni Bernhauer, 1915 are reported. The habitus, the sexual characters, and the distribution of this enormously variable species are illustrated.

No MeSH data available.