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Five new species of subgenus Plesiominettia (Diptera, Lauxaniidae, Minettia) in southern China, with a key to known species.

Shi L, Gaimari SD, Yang D - Zookeys (2015)

Bottom Line: One species, Minettia longistylis Sasakawa, is transferred to the subgenus Plesiominettia from Minettia s. str.A key to separate the known species of the subgenus is presented, along with a taxonomic list of species.The type materials of the new species are deposited in the China Agricultural University, Beijing, China (CAUC).

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Affiliation: College of Agronomy, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, Hohhot, Nei Mongol 010019, China.

ABSTRACT
Five species of the subgenus Plesiominettia Shatalkin from the southern China are described as new to science: Minettia (Plesiominettia) flavoscutellata sp. n., Minettia (Plesiominettia) longaciculiformis sp. n., Minettia (Plesiominettia) nigrantennata sp. n., Minettia (Plesiominettia) tridentata sp. n. and Minettia (Plesiominettia) zhejiangica sp. n. One species, Minettia longistylis Sasakawa, is transferred to the subgenus Plesiominettia from Minettia s. str. A key to separate the known species of the subgenus is presented, along with a taxonomic list of species. The type materials of the new species are deposited in the China Agricultural University, Beijing, China (CAUC).

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Minettia (Plesiominettia) flavoscutellata sp. n. Male. 1 syntergosternite 7+8 and epandrium, lateral view 2 syntergosternite7+8, anterior view 3 epandrial complex, posterior view 4 aedeagal complex, ventral view 5 aedeagal complex, lateral view. Scale bar: 0.1 mm.
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Figure 1: Minettia (Plesiominettia) flavoscutellata sp. n. Male. 1 syntergosternite 7+8 and epandrium, lateral view 2 syntergosternite7+8, anterior view 3 epandrial complex, posterior view 4 aedeagal complex, ventral view 5 aedeagal complex, lateral view. Scale bar: 0.1 mm.

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Five new species of subgenus Plesiominettia (Diptera, Lauxaniidae, Minettia) in southern China, with a key to known species.

Shi L, Gaimari SD, Yang D - Zookeys (2015)

Minettia (Plesiominettia) flavoscutellata sp. n. Male. 1 syntergosternite 7+8 and epandrium, lateral view 2 syntergosternite7+8, anterior view 3 epandrial complex, posterior view 4 aedeagal complex, ventral view 5 aedeagal complex, lateral view. Scale bar: 0.1 mm.
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Figure 1: Minettia (Plesiominettia) flavoscutellata sp. n. Male. 1 syntergosternite 7+8 and epandrium, lateral view 2 syntergosternite7+8, anterior view 3 epandrial complex, posterior view 4 aedeagal complex, ventral view 5 aedeagal complex, lateral view. Scale bar: 0.1 mm.
Mentions: Figs 1–5, 31–33, 43

Bottom Line: One species, Minettia longistylis Sasakawa, is transferred to the subgenus Plesiominettia from Minettia s. str.A key to separate the known species of the subgenus is presented, along with a taxonomic list of species.The type materials of the new species are deposited in the China Agricultural University, Beijing, China (CAUC).

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: College of Agronomy, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, Hohhot, Nei Mongol 010019, China.

ABSTRACT
Five species of the subgenus Plesiominettia Shatalkin from the southern China are described as new to science: Minettia (Plesiominettia) flavoscutellata sp. n., Minettia (Plesiominettia) longaciculiformis sp. n., Minettia (Plesiominettia) nigrantennata sp. n., Minettia (Plesiominettia) tridentata sp. n. and Minettia (Plesiominettia) zhejiangica sp. n. One species, Minettia longistylis Sasakawa, is transferred to the subgenus Plesiominettia from Minettia s. str. A key to separate the known species of the subgenus is presented, along with a taxonomic list of species. The type materials of the new species are deposited in the China Agricultural University, Beijing, China (CAUC).

No MeSH data available.