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Two new species of the genus Comidoblemmus Storozhenko & Paik from China (Orthoptera, Gryllidae).

Liu H, Shi F - Zookeys (2015)

Bottom Line: Two new species of Comidoblemmus Storozhenko & Paik, 2009 are described and illustrated, Comidoblemmussororius sp. n. (CHINA, Zhejiang) and Comidoblemmusexcavatus sp. n. (CHINA, Guizhou).A key and a distribution map of all species in the world are presented.

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Affiliation: Museum, Hebei University, Baoding 071002, China ; College of Life Sciences, Hebei University, Baoding 071002, China.

ABSTRACT
Two new species of Comidoblemmus Storozhenko & Paik, 2009 are described and illustrated, Comidoblemmussororius sp. n. (CHINA, Zhejiang) and Comidoblemmusexcavatus sp. n. (CHINA, Guizhou). A key and a distribution map of all species in the world are presented.

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Comidoblemmus spp. 1–5Comidoblemmussororius sp. n. (1, 3, 5 male; 2, 4 female) 6–8Comidoblemmusexcavatus sp. n. (male): 1, 2, 6 habitus, dorsal view 3, 4, 7 head, frontal view; 5, 8 supra anal plate, dorsal view. Scale bars: 1.0 mm.
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Figure 2: Comidoblemmus spp. 1–5Comidoblemmussororius sp. n. (1, 3, 5 male; 2, 4 female) 6–8Comidoblemmusexcavatus sp. n. (male): 1, 2, 6 habitus, dorsal view 3, 4, 7 head, frontal view; 5, 8 supra anal plate, dorsal view. Scale bars: 1.0 mm.

Mentions: The male genitalia were dissected and cleared in 10% KOH solution. All morphological structures were photographed using a Leica M205A microscope. Images of multiple layers were stacked using Combine ZM. Distribution maps were prepared using the geographic information system software ArcView 3.2 (ESRI, Redlands, CA, USA), based on localities of the specimens examined for this study and those mentioned in the literature (Shiraki 1911, 1930, Chopard 1961, Randell 1964, Ichikawa et al. 2000, Ichikawa et al. 2006, Storozhenko and Paik 2007, 2009).


Two new species of the genus Comidoblemmus Storozhenko & Paik from China (Orthoptera, Gryllidae).

Liu H, Shi F - Zookeys (2015)

Comidoblemmus spp. 1–5Comidoblemmussororius sp. n. (1, 3, 5 male; 2, 4 female) 6–8Comidoblemmusexcavatus sp. n. (male): 1, 2, 6 habitus, dorsal view 3, 4, 7 head, frontal view; 5, 8 supra anal plate, dorsal view. Scale bars: 1.0 mm.
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Figure 2: Comidoblemmus spp. 1–5Comidoblemmussororius sp. n. (1, 3, 5 male; 2, 4 female) 6–8Comidoblemmusexcavatus sp. n. (male): 1, 2, 6 habitus, dorsal view 3, 4, 7 head, frontal view; 5, 8 supra anal plate, dorsal view. Scale bars: 1.0 mm.
Mentions: The male genitalia were dissected and cleared in 10% KOH solution. All morphological structures were photographed using a Leica M205A microscope. Images of multiple layers were stacked using Combine ZM. Distribution maps were prepared using the geographic information system software ArcView 3.2 (ESRI, Redlands, CA, USA), based on localities of the specimens examined for this study and those mentioned in the literature (Shiraki 1911, 1930, Chopard 1961, Randell 1964, Ichikawa et al. 2000, Ichikawa et al. 2006, Storozhenko and Paik 2007, 2009).

Bottom Line: Two new species of Comidoblemmus Storozhenko & Paik, 2009 are described and illustrated, Comidoblemmussororius sp. n. (CHINA, Zhejiang) and Comidoblemmusexcavatus sp. n. (CHINA, Guizhou).A key and a distribution map of all species in the world are presented.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Museum, Hebei University, Baoding 071002, China ; College of Life Sciences, Hebei University, Baoding 071002, China.

ABSTRACT
Two new species of Comidoblemmus Storozhenko & Paik, 2009 are described and illustrated, Comidoblemmussororius sp. n. (CHINA, Zhejiang) and Comidoblemmusexcavatus sp. n. (CHINA, Guizhou). A key and a distribution map of all species in the world are presented.

No MeSH data available.