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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. 24 aedeagal complex, lateral view 25 proximal portion of the aedeagal complex, dorsal view 26 abdomen of female, ventral view 27 same, posterior portion, dorsal view. Lettering: aed = aedeagus, ds = ductus seminis, end = endophallic duct, ich = inner chamber, t7, t8 = tergites VII and VIII. Arrows in Figs 24–25 show the pathway of the sperm. Scales in mm.
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Figure 6: Hemitrochostomaaltilabris Bergroth, 1913. 24 aedeagal complex, lateral view 25 proximal portion of the aedeagal complex, dorsal view 26 abdomen of female, ventral view 27 same, posterior portion, dorsal view. Lettering: aed = aedeagus, ds = ductus seminis, end = endophallic duct, ich = inner chamber, t7, t8 = tergites VII and VIII. Arrows in Figs 24–25 show the pathway of the sperm. Scales in mm.

Mentions: Pregenital abdomen (Figs 9, 26) distinctly broader than long; connexival segments distinctly separated, intersegmental sutures running to lateral margin of abdomen; posterolateral angles of segments IV and V minutely, obtusely, protruding; dorsal laterotergites present in segments III–VI, rather broad; ventral laterotergites greatly fused with the respective sternites (these ventral plates of composite origin are termed ventrites), lateral portions of ventrites III–VII demarcated by a longitudinal furrow, spiracles III–VII situated close to this furrow mesally and about halfway between anterior and posterior margin of each segment; segments III–VII each with 2 pairs of longitudinally arranged trichobothria situated posteriad and somewhat mesad of the respective spiracles in an oval impression; median lengths of ventrites III–VI subequal, that of ventrite VII somewhat longer (female); posterior margin of ventrite VII of female deeply, subtriangularly emarginate (cf. Figs 26, 28, 32); tergite VIII (Fig. 27: t8) short, narrowly desclerotized along midline.


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

Rédei D, Jindra Z - Zookeys (2015)

Hemitrochostomaaltilabris Bergroth, 1913. 24 aedeagal complex, lateral view 25 proximal portion of the aedeagal complex, dorsal view 26 abdomen of female, ventral view 27 same, posterior portion, dorsal view. Lettering: aed = aedeagus, ds = ductus seminis, end = endophallic duct, ich = inner chamber, t7, t8 = tergites VII and VIII. Arrows in Figs 24–25 show the pathway of the sperm. Scales in mm.
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Figure 6: Hemitrochostomaaltilabris Bergroth, 1913. 24 aedeagal complex, lateral view 25 proximal portion of the aedeagal complex, dorsal view 26 abdomen of female, ventral view 27 same, posterior portion, dorsal view. Lettering: aed = aedeagus, ds = ductus seminis, end = endophallic duct, ich = inner chamber, t7, t8 = tergites VII and VIII. Arrows in Figs 24–25 show the pathway of the sperm. Scales in mm.
Mentions: Pregenital abdomen (Figs 9, 26) distinctly broader than long; connexival segments distinctly separated, intersegmental sutures running to lateral margin of abdomen; posterolateral angles of segments IV and V minutely, obtusely, protruding; dorsal laterotergites present in segments III–VI, rather broad; ventral laterotergites greatly fused with the respective sternites (these ventral plates of composite origin are termed ventrites), lateral portions of ventrites III–VII demarcated by a longitudinal furrow, spiracles III–VII situated close to this furrow mesally and about halfway between anterior and posterior margin of each segment; segments III–VII each with 2 pairs of longitudinally arranged trichobothria situated posteriad and somewhat mesad of the respective spiracles in an oval impression; median lengths of ventrites III–VI subequal, that of ventrite VII somewhat longer (female); posterior margin of ventrite VII of female deeply, subtriangularly emarginate (cf. Figs 26, 28, 32); tergite VIII (Fig. 27: t8) short, narrowly desclerotized along midline.

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.