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Carlota, a new genus of Agrypnini from the Valdivian Forests of Chile (Elateridae, Agrypninae, Agrypnini).

Arias-Bohart ET - Zookeys (2014)

Bottom Line: Carlota gen. n., with one included species C. coigue sp. n., is described and illustrated from the Valdivian forests of Chile.The relationships of this genus to other Agrypnini from Chile are discussed and generic key for Chilean Agrypninae genera is provided.Abstract available from the publisher.

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Affiliation: Essig Museum of Entomology, University of California, 1101 Valley Life Sciences Building, Berkeley 94720, California, U.S.A.

ABSTRACT
Carlota gen. n., with one included species C. coigue sp. n., is described and illustrated from the Valdivian forests of Chile. The relationships of this genus to other Agrypnini from Chile are discussed and generic key for Chilean Agrypninae genera is provided.

No MeSH data available.


Wing venation illustration of: Acrocryptus ater14Agrypnus sp. (Australia) 15Candanius sp. 16Carlota coigue17Dilobitarsus laconoides18Lacon chilensis19. Scale bar = 1 mm.
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Figure 4: Wing venation illustration of: Acrocryptus ater14Agrypnus sp. (Australia) 15Candanius sp. 16Carlota coigue17Dilobitarsus laconoides18Lacon chilensis19. Scale bar = 1 mm.

Mentions: Hindwing about 2.83 times as long as wide. Apical field about 0.6 times as long as total wing length, with 2 lightly pigmented oblique linear sclerites. Radial cell well developed, elongate, 3.4 time as long as wide, with inner posterobasal angle forming a right angle. Cross-vein r3 moderately short, horizontal and arising distally from r4, which is mostly linear and complete. Base of RP very long, extending to wing base. R-M loop forming a narrowly acute angle; medial spur slightly curved. Medial field with five free veins. MP3+4 not branching in 2 veins (Figs 14, 16, 17).


Carlota, a new genus of Agrypnini from the Valdivian Forests of Chile (Elateridae, Agrypninae, Agrypnini).

Arias-Bohart ET - Zookeys (2014)

Wing venation illustration of: Acrocryptus ater14Agrypnus sp. (Australia) 15Candanius sp. 16Carlota coigue17Dilobitarsus laconoides18Lacon chilensis19. Scale bar = 1 mm.
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Figure 4: Wing venation illustration of: Acrocryptus ater14Agrypnus sp. (Australia) 15Candanius sp. 16Carlota coigue17Dilobitarsus laconoides18Lacon chilensis19. Scale bar = 1 mm.
Mentions: Hindwing about 2.83 times as long as wide. Apical field about 0.6 times as long as total wing length, with 2 lightly pigmented oblique linear sclerites. Radial cell well developed, elongate, 3.4 time as long as wide, with inner posterobasal angle forming a right angle. Cross-vein r3 moderately short, horizontal and arising distally from r4, which is mostly linear and complete. Base of RP very long, extending to wing base. R-M loop forming a narrowly acute angle; medial spur slightly curved. Medial field with five free veins. MP3+4 not branching in 2 veins (Figs 14, 16, 17).

Bottom Line: Carlota gen. n., with one included species C. coigue sp. n., is described and illustrated from the Valdivian forests of Chile.The relationships of this genus to other Agrypnini from Chile are discussed and generic key for Chilean Agrypninae genera is provided.Abstract available from the publisher.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Essig Museum of Entomology, University of California, 1101 Valley Life Sciences Building, Berkeley 94720, California, U.S.A.

ABSTRACT
Carlota gen. n., with one included species C. coigue sp. n., is described and illustrated from the Valdivian forests of Chile. The relationships of this genus to other Agrypnini from Chile are discussed and generic key for Chilean Agrypninae genera is provided.

No MeSH data available.