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A revision of the genus Hemitrochostoma (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Plataspidae).

Rédei D, Jindra Z - Zookeys (2015)

Bottom Line: The genus Hemitrochostoma Bergroth, 1913 (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Plataspidae) is redescribed and reviewed.Two species are recognized: the type species Hemitrochostomaaltilabris Bergroth, 1913 (Malaysia: Sarawak), and Hemitrochostomarutabulum sp. n. (Malaysia: Perak).The following new subjective synonymies are proposed: Hemitrochostoma Bergroth, 1913 = Inflatilabrum Tomokuni, 2012, syn. n.; Hemitrochostomaaltilabris Bergroth, 1913 = Inflatilabrumlambirense Tomokuni, 2012, syn. n.

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Affiliation: Institute of Entomology, College of Life Sciences, Nankai University, Weijin Road 94, Tianjin, 300071, China ; Department of Zoology, Hungarian Natural History Museum, H-1088 Budapest, Baross u. 13, Hungary.

ABSTRACT
The genus Hemitrochostoma Bergroth, 1913 (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Plataspidae) is redescribed and reviewed. Two species are recognized: the type species Hemitrochostomaaltilabris Bergroth, 1913 (Malaysia: Sarawak), and Hemitrochostomarutabulum sp. n. (Malaysia: Perak). The following new subjective synonymies are proposed: Hemitrochostoma Bergroth, 1913 = Inflatilabrum Tomokuni, 2012, syn. n.; Hemitrochostomaaltilabris Bergroth, 1913 = Inflatilabrumlambirense Tomokuni, 2012, syn. n.

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Hemitrochostomaaltilabris Bergroth, 1913, female. 9 body in ventral view, antennae and legs removed, labium pulled to right, thoracic evaporatorium densely dotted 10 head, ventral view 11 same, lateral view. Lettering: acly = anteclypeus; lb1 = labial segment I; lbrd = distal portion of labrum; lbrp = proximal portion of labrum; mdp = mandibular plate. Scales in mm.
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Figure 3: Hemitrochostomaaltilabris Bergroth, 1913, female. 9 body in ventral view, antennae and legs removed, labium pulled to right, thoracic evaporatorium densely dotted 10 head, ventral view 11 same, lateral view. Lettering: acly = anteclypeus; lb1 = labial segment I; lbrd = distal portion of labrum; lbrp = proximal portion of labrum; mdp = mandibular plate. Scales in mm.

Mentions: Recognized within Plataspidae based on the combination of the following characters: body of medium size (6–7 mm), relatively elongate, about 1.5–1.8 times as long as wide, moderately convex dorsally (Figs 1–4); mandibular plates broadly laminate, produced far anteriad of apex of anteclypeus and broadly overlapping in both sexes (Figs 5–8); labrum highly elevated, crest-like, semicircular in lateral view (Fig. 11).


A revision of the genus Hemitrochostoma (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Plataspidae).

Rédei D, Jindra Z - Zookeys (2015)

Hemitrochostomaaltilabris Bergroth, 1913, female. 9 body in ventral view, antennae and legs removed, labium pulled to right, thoracic evaporatorium densely dotted 10 head, ventral view 11 same, lateral view. Lettering: acly = anteclypeus; lb1 = labial segment I; lbrd = distal portion of labrum; lbrp = proximal portion of labrum; mdp = mandibular plate. Scales in mm.
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Figure 3: Hemitrochostomaaltilabris Bergroth, 1913, female. 9 body in ventral view, antennae and legs removed, labium pulled to right, thoracic evaporatorium densely dotted 10 head, ventral view 11 same, lateral view. Lettering: acly = anteclypeus; lb1 = labial segment I; lbrd = distal portion of labrum; lbrp = proximal portion of labrum; mdp = mandibular plate. Scales in mm.
Mentions: Recognized within Plataspidae based on the combination of the following characters: body of medium size (6–7 mm), relatively elongate, about 1.5–1.8 times as long as wide, moderately convex dorsally (Figs 1–4); mandibular plates broadly laminate, produced far anteriad of apex of anteclypeus and broadly overlapping in both sexes (Figs 5–8); labrum highly elevated, crest-like, semicircular in lateral view (Fig. 11).

Bottom Line: The genus Hemitrochostoma Bergroth, 1913 (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Plataspidae) is redescribed and reviewed.Two species are recognized: the type species Hemitrochostomaaltilabris Bergroth, 1913 (Malaysia: Sarawak), and Hemitrochostomarutabulum sp. n. (Malaysia: Perak).The following new subjective synonymies are proposed: Hemitrochostoma Bergroth, 1913 = Inflatilabrum Tomokuni, 2012, syn. n.; Hemitrochostomaaltilabris Bergroth, 1913 = Inflatilabrumlambirense Tomokuni, 2012, syn. n.

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Affiliation: Institute of Entomology, College of Life Sciences, Nankai University, Weijin Road 94, Tianjin, 300071, China ; Department of Zoology, Hungarian Natural History Museum, H-1088 Budapest, Baross u. 13, Hungary.

ABSTRACT
The genus Hemitrochostoma Bergroth, 1913 (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Plataspidae) is redescribed and reviewed. Two species are recognized: the type species Hemitrochostomaaltilabris Bergroth, 1913 (Malaysia: Sarawak), and Hemitrochostomarutabulum sp. n. (Malaysia: Perak). The following new subjective synonymies are proposed: Hemitrochostoma Bergroth, 1913 = Inflatilabrum Tomokuni, 2012, syn. n.; Hemitrochostomaaltilabris Bergroth, 1913 = Inflatilabrumlambirense Tomokuni, 2012, syn. n.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus