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A new species of Litopeltis Hebard, 1920 from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Blattodea, Blaberidae, Epilamprinae) with a key to males and geographical distribution of the remaining species of the genus.

Silva Lde O, Lopes SM - Zookeys (2014)

Bottom Line: This contribution describes a new species of Litopeltis from Brazil, L. teresopolitensis sp. n., which shows similarities with L. paineirensis Lopes & Oliveira, 2010 and L. ribeiropretano Lopes & Oliveira, 2010.It differs in characters of morphology genitalia and configuration, with the median sclerite bearing microspines on the sclerotic apex.A map showing the geographic distribution of the Brazilian species and a key to males of the other species of the genus are also presented.

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Affiliation: Departamento de Entomologia, Museu Nacional, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro-UFRJ.

ABSTRACT
This contribution describes a new species of Litopeltis from Brazil, L. teresopolitensis sp. n., which shows similarities with L. paineirensis Lopes & Oliveira, 2010 and L. ribeiropretano Lopes & Oliveira, 2010. It differs in characters of morphology genitalia and configuration, with the median sclerite bearing microspines on the sclerotic apex. A map showing the geographic distribution of the Brazilian species and a key to males of the other species of the genus are also presented.

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Litopeltis teresopolitensis sp. n., male 2 habitus (dorsal view) 3 head (ventral view) 4 pronotum (dorsal view) 5 supra-anal plate (dorsal view) 6 subgenital plate (ventral view) 7 left phallomere (dorsal view) 8 median sclerite (dorsal view) 9 right phallomere (dorsal view).
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Figure 2: Litopeltis teresopolitensis sp. n., male 2 habitus (dorsal view) 3 head (ventral view) 4 pronotum (dorsal view) 5 supra-anal plate (dorsal view) 6 subgenital plate (ventral view) 7 left phallomere (dorsal view) 8 median sclerite (dorsal view) 9 right phallomere (dorsal view).

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A new species of Litopeltis Hebard, 1920 from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Blattodea, Blaberidae, Epilamprinae) with a key to males and geographical distribution of the remaining species of the genus.

Silva Lde O, Lopes SM - Zookeys (2014)

Litopeltis teresopolitensis sp. n., male 2 habitus (dorsal view) 3 head (ventral view) 4 pronotum (dorsal view) 5 supra-anal plate (dorsal view) 6 subgenital plate (ventral view) 7 left phallomere (dorsal view) 8 median sclerite (dorsal view) 9 right phallomere (dorsal view).
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Figure 2: Litopeltis teresopolitensis sp. n., male 2 habitus (dorsal view) 3 head (ventral view) 4 pronotum (dorsal view) 5 supra-anal plate (dorsal view) 6 subgenital plate (ventral view) 7 left phallomere (dorsal view) 8 median sclerite (dorsal view) 9 right phallomere (dorsal view).
Mentions: Figs 2–9

Bottom Line: This contribution describes a new species of Litopeltis from Brazil, L. teresopolitensis sp. n., which shows similarities with L. paineirensis Lopes & Oliveira, 2010 and L. ribeiropretano Lopes & Oliveira, 2010.It differs in characters of morphology genitalia and configuration, with the median sclerite bearing microspines on the sclerotic apex.A map showing the geographic distribution of the Brazilian species and a key to males of the other species of the genus are also presented.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Departamento de Entomologia, Museu Nacional, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro-UFRJ.

ABSTRACT
This contribution describes a new species of Litopeltis from Brazil, L. teresopolitensis sp. n., which shows similarities with L. paineirensis Lopes & Oliveira, 2010 and L. ribeiropretano Lopes & Oliveira, 2010. It differs in characters of morphology genitalia and configuration, with the median sclerite bearing microspines on the sclerotic apex. A map showing the geographic distribution of the Brazilian species and a key to males of the other species of the genus are also presented.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus