Physiphora chalybea (Chen, Xiao-Lin & Kameneva, Elena P. 2007)

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Diptera
Familia: Ulidiidae
Genus: Physiphora

Name

Physiphora chalybea Hendel, 1909Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

Diagnosis

Diagnosis. Similar to P. longicornis in cell r 4 + 5 narrowly opened, head brown to black, scutum and scutellum with green and blue sheen, but differing by fore leg with basitarsomere black­brown, frons almost flat and having no conspicuous swellings.

Description

Description.Head. Frons brown to black and subshiny, almost flat, without conspicuous swellings, often with inconspicuous shallow pits at middle; slightly wider than eye, 1.2 times as long as wide, almost parallelsided. Ocellar triangle and vertical plates black and subshiny. Ventral half of median facial plate and clypeus dark­brown, dorsal half of median facial plate and antennal groove gray microtrichose, median facial plate distinctly wider than antennal groove. Both fronto­orbital and orbito­antennal microtrichose spots small, rounded. Parafacial and gena dark brown to black, gena about 1 / 3 as high as eye. Occiput and mouthparts black. Antenna black­brown, 1 st flagellomere rounded apically, 1.5 –2.0 times as long as wide; arista bare (Figs 20–21). Thorax. Scutum and scutellum brown to black, shagreened with green and blue sheen; scutellum convex, without gray microtrichose beneath. All setae and setulae dark­brown. Wing. Completely hyaline, postero­apical extension of cell cup long, about 3.0 times as long as transverse section of vein CuA 2, cell r 4 + 5 narrowly opened (Fig. 23). Legs. Entirely black­brown except mid and hind leg with basitarsomere yellow brown. Abdomen. Both tergites dark­brown to black, shining, with bluish and greenish sheen. Male postabdomen (Figs 25–26) similar to that of P. alceae. Female terminalia: aculeus 7.6 times as long as wide at base, slightly rounded at apex and with 1 pairs of long basal setae (Fig. 24); 3 spherical spermathecae (Fig. 22). Measurements: Wing length: 3.5 –4.0 mm. Body length 4.0– 4.5 mm.

Materials Examined

Material examined.Type: Syntypes: 1 Ψ: Turkmenistan: “Sary Yasy / III. 87 ”, “Reitter 1894 / Turkmenien”, “Chrysom. chalybea, H. / det F. Hendel”, “coll. Hendel”, “ type ” [red paper] (NHMW); 2 ɗ: Turkmenistan: “Sary Yasy / III. 87 ”, “Reitter 1894 / Turkmenien”, “ Chrysomyza \ chalybea, H. / det F. Hendel”, “ Typus ” (red circle) (DEI). Possible syntypes: 9 ɗ, 6 Ψ: Turkmenistan: “Sary Yasy / III. 87 ”, “Reitter 1894 / Turkmenien”, “Chrysom. chalybea, H. / det F. Hendel”, “coll. Hendel” (NHMW). Non­type: China: Xinjiang: 3 Ψ: Tulufan, 20–140m, 8.VI. 1956 (Li Changqing); 2 Ψ: Alaga, RuoQiang, 850m, 8.V. 1960 (Wang Shuyong) (IZCAS).

Biology and Ecology

Biology.Krivosheina & Krivosheina (1997) recorded the larvae under the bark of dead poplars as necro and phloeophages.

Distribution

Distribution.China (new record from Xinjiang); Turkmenistan, Tadjikistan. The record from Tunisia (Séguy, 1941: 116) based on five specimens with labels “Ile Djerba / 1910 / A. Weiss”, “ Chrysomyza / chalybea / Hend. / E. Séguy vid.” (MNHNP) needs further confirmation; Hennig (1940: 13) reported P. f l a v i p e s Karsch from the Island of Djerba based on additional specimens of the same series.

Taxon Treatment

  • Chen, Xiao-Lin; Kameneva, Elena P.; 2007: A review of Physiphora Fallén (Diptera: Ulidiidae) from China, Zootaxa 1398: 22-24. doi
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