Paridea sauteri

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Taxonavigation

Genus: Paridea

Name

Paridea sauteri (Chûjô, 1935) stat. r.Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

Type locality

Taiwan, Chiayi, Talin (= Taihorin), 23°35’N, 120°28’E, 50 m, broad-leaf forest.

Type material

Holotype ♂ (SDEI), labeled: “Taihorin [p] / Formosa [p] / H. Sauter, 1911 [p] // 7. VIII. [p] // Holotype [h, red letters] // Paraulaca [h] / sauteri [h] / Chûjô [h] / DET. M. CHUJO [p, g] // DEI Müncheberg [p] / Col – 04207 [p, g]”. Paratypes: 1♀ (SDEI), same as holotype but with “Allotype” and “Col – 04210”; 2♀♀ (SDEI), labeled: Taihorin [p] / Formosa [p] / H. Sauter, 1911 [p] // 7. VII. [p] // Paratype [h, red letters] // Paraulaca [h] / sauteri [h] / Chûjô [h] / DET. M. CHUJO [p, g] // DEI Müncheberg [p] / Col – 04208 & 04209 [p, g]”; 1♀ (TARI), same as preceding, but with “2846 [p, w]”; 1♂ (TARI), labeled: “Taihorin [h] / Formosa [p] 10. [h] / Sauter [p] IV. [h] __ 07 09 // Paratype [h, red letters] // Paraulaca [h] / sauteri [h] / Chûjô [h] / DET. M. CHUJO [p, g] // 2845 [p, w]”.

Additional material examined

(n = 51). TAIWAN: Hsinchu: 13♂♂, 3♀♀, Wufeng, 14–16.VII.1982, leg. K. C. Chou & C. C. Pan (TARI); Ilan: 2♂♂, Songluo, 7.IV.2007, leg. M.-H. Tsou (TARI); Taipei: 2♂♂, Fushan, 5.IV.2007, leg. S.-F. Yu (TARI); 3♂♂, same locality, 2.III.2012, leg. M.-H. Tsou (TARI); 1♂, Shintien, 2.X.2010, leg. Y.-F Hsu (TARI); 1♂, Wulai, 7.X.2006, leg. S.-F. Yu (TARI); 1♂, same locality, 30.III.2007, leg. C.-F. Lee (TARI); 1♀, same locality, 16.V.2007, leg. G. Martin & J. Quicke (BMNH); 2♂♂, same locality, 15.VI.2007, leg. C.-F. Lee (TARI); 8♂♂, same locality, 26.VI.2009, leg. C.-F. Lee (TARI); 2♂♂, same locality, 26.VII.2009, leg. H.-J. Chen (TARI); 7♂♂, same locality, 30.VIII.2009, leg. C.-F. Lee (TARI); 1♂, same locality, 1.III.2010, leg. C.-F. Lee (TARI); Taoyuan: 1♂, Hsiaowulai, 19.IV.2008, leg. S.-F. Yu (TARI); 1♂, Paling, 2.IX.2009, leg. H. Lee (TARI).

Diagnosis

Paridea (Paridea) sauteri is similar to some individuals of Paridea (Paridea) taiwana having yellow apices of the black elytra but differs by possessing yellow femora and black tibiae (black outer margins of femora and tibiae in Paridea (Paridea) taiwana).

Males

Length 4.8–5.5 mm, width 2.9–3.2 mm. General color (Figs 55–57) yellowish brown; antenna dark brown; apex of labrum darkened; elytra black but apex pale yellow; scutellum, meso- and metachoracic ventrites black; tibiae and tarsi blackish brown. Eighth abdominal tergite (Fig. 72) weakly sclerotized, transverse and wide, apical margin truncate, with dense long seta along apical margin. Penis (Figs 68–69) wide, apex pointed, ventrally curved; almost straight from lateral view; endophallic sclerites composed of one pair of elongate and longitudinal sclerites, curved inwards near apex, apex projecting from opening.

Females

Length 5.5–5.7 mm, width 3.2–3.3 mm. Similar to male; apical margin of last abdominal ventrite smooth, not modified. Gonocoxae (Fig. 70) slender, apex of each gonocoxa with eight setae from apical 1/4 to apex; connection of gonocoxae extremely slender, base slender. Sternite VIII (Fig. 71) weakly sclerotized; apex wide, apical margin slightly emarginate at middle, surface with longer setae near apical margin, and shorter and denser setae on apical margin, spiculum long. Spermathecal receptaculum (Fig. 73) slightly swollen; pump extremely long, strongly curved; spermathecal duct short, stout, shallowly projecting into receptaculum.

Distribution

Endemic to Taiwan, and with a scattered distribution. The species seems to be allopatric with Paridea (Paridea) taiwana (Fig. 65). For example, it is common in Wulai, northern Taiwan. But no individuals of Paridea (Paridea) taiwana have been found in Wulai.

Host plants

Cucurbitaceae: Thladiantha nudiflora Hemsl. ex Forbes & Hemsl.

Taxon Treatment

  • Lee, C; Bezděk, J; 2014: Revision of the genus Paridea Baly, 1886 from Taiwan (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae, Galerucinae) ZooKeys, 405: 83-125. doi

Other References

  1. Kimoto S (1974) Notes on the Chrysomelidae from Taiwan VII. Entomological Review of Japan 26: 21-26.
  2. Chûjô M (1962) A taxonomic study on the Chrysomelidae (Insecta: Coleoptera) from Formosa. Part IX. Subfamily Galerucinae. The Philippine Journal of Science 91: 1-239.
  3. Chûjô M (1963) Chrysomelid-beetles from Formosa, preserved in the Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest. Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici 55: 379-402.
  4. Kimoto S (1965a) A list of specimens of Chrysomelidae from Taiwan preserved in the Naturhistorisches Museum / Wien (Insecta: Coleoptera). Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien 68: 485-490.
  5. Kimoto S (1966) A list of the Chrysomelid specimens of Taiwan preserved in the Zoological Museum, Berlin. Esakia 5: 21-38.
  6. Kimoto S (1969) Notes on the Chrysomelidae from Taiwan II. Esakia 7: 1-68.
  7. Takizawa H, Nakamura S, Kojima K (1995) The Taiwanese chrysomelid beetles preserved in Hiwa Museum for Natural History (Coleoptera: Coleoptera). Miscellaneous Reports of the Hiwa Museum for Natural History 33: 1-16. [in Japanese]
  8. Kimoto S (1986) The Chrysomelidae (Insecta: Coleoptera) collected by the Nagoya University Scientific Expedition to Taiwan in 1984. Kurume University Journal 35: 53-62.
  9. Kimoto S (1989a) The Taiwanese Chrysomelidae (Insecta: Coleoptera) collected by Dr. Kintaro Baba, on the occasion of his entomological survey in 1983 and 1986. Kurume University Journal 38: 237-272.
  10. Kimoto S (1991) The Taiwanese Chrysomelidae (Insecta: Coleoptera) collected by Dr. Kintaro Baba, on the occasion of his entomological survey in 1987, 1988 and 1989. Kurume University Journal 40: 1-27.

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