Brounea sungryongi

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Park, Jong-Seok, Carlton, Christopher E. (2015) Brounea, a new genus (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Pselaphinae) from New Zealand, with descriptions of nine new species. Zootaxa 3990 : 558 – 559, doi. Versioned wiki page: 2017-06-26, version 157214, https://species-id.net/w/index.php?title=Brounea_sungryongi&oldid=157214 , contributors (alphabetical order): PlaziBot.

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pages = {558 -- 559},
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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Coleoptera
Familia: Staphylinidae
Genus: Brounea

Name

Brounea sungryongi Park, Jong-Seok, 2015Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

  • Brounea sungryongi Park, Jong-Seok, 2015, Zootaxa 3990: 558-559.

Materials Examined

Type material. Holotype. New Zealand: Northland (ND): ♂ (NZAC), aedeagus dissected and mounted in balsam on clear plastic card, “ NEW ZEALAND ND Russell SF Punaruku 17 Jul 1983 J.C. Watt”, “Wood mould 83 / 80 ”, “N.Z. Arthropod Collection, NZAC Private Bag 92170 AUCKLAND New Zealand ”, “ HOLOTYPE Brounea sungryongi Park and Carlton des. 2013 ”. Paratypes (5 ♀). New Zealand: Northland (ND):5 ♀ (1 ♀, slide-mounted), same data as holotype (NZAC).

Etymology

Etymology. This species is named for one of the first author’s best friends, whooping crane specialist and an enthusiastic supporter of this study, Dr. Sung-Ryong Kang (Jackie).

Diagnosis

Diagnosis. This species can be distinguished from the other species of Brounea by the following combination of characters: eye large, one-half length of temple (Fig. 2 e); male abdominal sternite VII with setose depression at middle (Fig. 3 p: arrow); antennomeres 4–7 longer than wide, 8–10 subquadrate; median lobe rectangular, shorter and narrower than parameres (Fig. 3 e); paramere three times broader than median lobe, weakly narrowed at distal one-third (Fig. 3 e).

Description

Description. Length 1.7–1.9 mm. Body brown, elytra, legs, antennae and maxillary palpi paler (Fig. 1 e). Head. Head bluntly triangular, widest across temples (Fig. 2 e). Ventral surface of head of both sexes unmodified (Fig. 2 p); lacking swollen ventral surface or dense gular setae. Antennomeres 1–2 elongate, 3 subquadrate, 4–7 longer than wide, 8–10 subquadrate. Frontal sulcus shallow, reaching midpoint of eye (Fig. 2 e). Anterior and posterior frontal fovea small and round. Eye large, one-half length of temple. Thorax. Prosternum as long as wide, widest at one-third length. Elytra rectangular (Fig. 1 e). Hind wings of both sexes well-developed. Meso- and metaventrites together trapezoidal in ventral view, longer than wide. Abdomen. Abdominal tergite IV with pair of transverse patches of microtrichia. Male abdominal sternite VII with setose depression at middle (Fig. 3 p: arrow). Female sternite unmodified. Aedeagus. Median lobe rectangular, shorter and narrower than parameres (Fig. 3 e). Phallobase symmetrical and rounded (Fig. 3 e). Parameres symmetrical, three times broader than median lobe, weakly narrowed at distal one-third (Fig. 3 e).

Distribution

Distribution. Northland (ND) (Fig. 4: white circle). Habitat. Specimens of this species were collected by sifting wood mold.

Taxon Treatment

  • Park, Jong-Seok; Carlton, Christopher E.; 2015: Brounea, a new genus (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Pselaphinae) from New Zealand, with descriptions of nine new species, Zootaxa 3990: 558-559. doi
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