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Gnezdilov, Vladimir M., Wilson, Michael R. (2006) Systematic notes on tribes in the family Caliscelidae (Hemiptera: Fulgoroidea) with the description of new taxa from Palaearctic and Oriental Regions. Zootaxa 1359 : 22 – 25, doi. Versioned wiki page: 2016-04-04, version 79367, https://species-id.net/w/index.php?title=Distantina&oldid=79367 , contributors (alphabetical order): PlaziBot.

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title = {Systematic notes on tribes in the family Caliscelidae (Hemiptera: Fulgoroidea) with the description of new taxa from Palaearctic and Oriental Regions},
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pages = {22 -- 25},
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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Hemiptera
Familia: Caliscelidae

Name

Distantina Gnezdilov, Vladimir M., 2006Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

  • Distantina Gnezdilov, Vladimir M., 2006, Zootaxa 1359: 22-25.

Materials Examined

Type species: Elidiptera fimlivata Walker, 1851

Diagnosis

Diagnosis. Metope without median keel, with only median prominence apically; sublateral keels reaching its apical margin, but not joined apically and not reaching clypeus. Apical angles of metope horn-shaped. Postclypeus large. Coryphe with acutely angulate anterior margin, posterior margin obtusely angulate. Fore wings with callosities. Hind wings well developed, with deep incision between remigium and vannus, veins with numerous branches apically, anal lobe narrow. Hind tibia with 2 lateral teeth distally. Metatarsomere I with 6–8 intermediate socle setae. Lateral fields of posterior connective lamina of gonapophyses IX with large horn-shaped processes.

Etymology

Etymology. The generic name is derived from the surname of famous British entomologist W.L. Distant who first suggested that Elidiptera fimlivata Walker does not belong to the genus Pterilia Stål (Distant 1910). It is feminine in gender.

lateral view; 25 b, penis, in ventral view; 25 c, style, in lateral view; 25 d, same, in caudal view; 25 e, same, in dorsal view; 25 f, anal tube, in dorsal view.

Description

Female genitalia (fig. 26). Anal tube wide, flat, weakly narrowing apically. Anal column wide and short. Gonoplacs joined medially by membrane, without keels. Furca indistinct. Proximal part of posterior connective lamina of gonapophyses IX flat. Distal parts of posterior connective lamina of gonapophyses IX wide, weakly turned to median line, without teeth. Median field strongly protruding, with a pair of lobes apically and with a narrow sclerotized median area basally. Anterior connective lamina of gonapophyse VIII narrow, with 3 wide teeth in apical group and 3 narrow teeth and comb covered by setae in lateral group. Endogonocoxal process wide. Gonocoxa VIII nearly rectangular, with almost straight lobe-shaped hind margin. Coloration. General coloration reddish brown with dark brown callosities on fore wings.

gonapophyse VIII, in lateral view; 26 b, posterior connective lamina of gonapophyses IX, in dorsal view; 26 c, gonoplac, in lateral view.

Materials Examined

Material examined. [locality unknown] Ψ, syntype, “Ent. Club, 44 – 12 ”, “ Elidiptera limitata ”, BMNH; Malaysia: 1 Ψ, Gunong Angsi Negri Sembilan, 2000–2790 ft., IV. 1918, BMNH; 1 Ψ, Bukit Kutu, 3300 ft., A.R. Sanderson, BMNH.

Description

Pterygoma nasuta Melichar

Materials Examined

Material examined. Sri-Lanka [[[Ceylon]]]: Ψ, syntype, Nieta, ZMHB.

Taxon Treatment

  • Gnezdilov, Vladimir M.; Wilson, Michael R.; 2006: Systematic notes on tribes in the family Caliscelidae (Hemiptera: Fulgoroidea) with the description of new taxa from Palaearctic and Oriental Regions, Zootaxa 1359: 22-25. doi
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