Seasogonia indosinica

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Hemiptera
Familia: Cicadellidae
Genus: Seasogonia

Name

Seasogonia indosinica (Jacobi)Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

Material examined

1 male, China, Guangxi Province, Huaping, 5 June 1997, coll. Yang Mao-fa; 3 males, 2 females, China, Guangxi Province, Jinxiu County, Dayaoshan, Alt. 500m, 28 April 2008, coll. Meng Ze-hong; 2 males, China, Hainan Province, Jianfengling, 14–15 May 1997, coll. Yang Mao-fa; 1 male, China, Hainan Province, Jianfengling, 17 April 2009, coll. Yang Zai-hua; 14 males, China, Hainan Province, Diaoluoshan, 10–12 April 2009, coll. Yang Zai-hua; 1 male, China, Hainan Province, Bawangling, 24 April 2009, coll. Yang Zai-hua; 1 male, China, Sichuan Province, Emeishan, 14 July 1995, coll. Yang Mao-fa; 3 males, China, Guizhou Province, Guiyang City, 5 June 1981, coll. Li Zi-zhong and Ma Gui-yan; 1 male, China, Guizhou Province, Guiyang City, 2 July 1986, coll. Li Zi-zhong; 4 males, 1 female, China, Guizhou Province, Guiyang City, 15 June 1992, coll. Zhang Yu-qiong; 10 males, China, Guizhou Province, Taijiang County, 9–17 May 1985, coll. Li Zi-zhong; 17 males, China, Guizhou Province, Libo County, 19–24 May 1995, coll. Chen Xiang-sheng; 8 males, China, Guizhou Province, Libo County, 24–30 May 1998, coll. Li Zi-zhong and Song Qiong-zhang; 2 males, China, Guizhou Province, Libo County, 14–17 June 2006, coll. Zhou Zhong-hui and Zhang Bin; 5 males, 3 females, China, Guizhou Province, Chishui County, 28 May 2000, Li Zi-zhong and Chen Xiang-sheng; 2 males, 3 females, China, Guizhou Province, Xishui City, 3 June, coll. Li Zi-zhong and Chen Xiang-sheng; 2 males, China, Guizhou Province, Chishui City, 28–30 May 2006, coll. Tang Yi and Yang Zai-hua; 1 male, China, Guizhou Province, Fanjingshan, 27 July 2001, coll. Li Zi-zhong; 2 males, 2 females, China, Guizhou Province, Fanjingshan, 2–3 June 2002, coll. Li Zi-zhong and Yang Mao-fa; 12 males, 7 females, China, Guizhou Province, Daozhen County, Dashahe, 22–27 May 2004, coll. Zhang Bin, Song Qiong-zhang, Xu Fang-ling and Chen Xiang-sheng; 39 males, 4 females, China, Guizhou Province, Leigongshan, 31 May to 5 June 2005, coll. Tang Yi, Li Zi-zhong, Zhang Bin, Song Qiong-zhang, Zhang Zheng-guang, Ge De-yan, Yang Zai-hua and Xu Fang-ling; 1 male, China, Guizhou Province, Anshun City, 20 July 2005, coll. Zhou Zhong-hui; 3 males, China, Guizhou Province, Duyun City, 5 May 2006, coll. Yang Zai-hua and Zhou Zhong-hui; 4 males, China, Guizhou Province, ShiBing County, Yuntaishan, 20–21 May 2009, coll. Yang Zai-hua; 43 males, 10 females, China, Guizhou Province, Suiyang County, Kuankuoshui, 2–9 June 2010, coll. Dai Ren-huai, Song Qiong-zhang, Li Hu, Li Yu-jian, Zhang Bin, Zheng Yan-li and Xing Ji-chun.

Distribution

Myanmar, Vietnam, India, China (Fujian, Guangxi, Hainan, Sichuan, Guizhou, Yunnan).

Female genitalia

Abdominal sternite VII (Fig. 26), in ventral view, broader than long; anterior margin straight; posterior margin well produced medially, sometimes forming two distinct lateral lobes; lateral margins convergent posteriorly; surface with few small setae mostly on basal half. Internal sternite VIII not forming sclerites. Pygofer (Fig. 27), in lateral view, slightly produced posteriorly; posterior margin with subacute apex; surface with macrosetae on posterior portion and extending anteriorly along ventral margin, attaining midlength. Valvifers I, in lateral view (Fig. 28), nearly rectangular, slightly expanded posteriorly, posteroventral margin angulate; in ventral view (Fig. 34), forming lobes (LB) articulating with valvulae I. Valvifers II (Fig. 29), in lateral view, nearly fusiform, with small group of clustered setae near articulation point (AP). Valvulae I of ovipositor, in ventral view (Fig. 34), with base gradually broadening posteriorly; in lateral view (Fig. 30), shaft distinctly curved dorsally and with dorsal margin concave, with ventral hyaline area (VHA) near apex; dorsal sculptured area located on apical half, broadening to near apex and gradually narrowing to apex, formed by dense scale-like processes; ventral sculptured area restricted to apical portion, formed by dense imbricate processes; ventral interlocking device (VID) distinct on basal 2/3 of shaft; apex of shaft acute. Valvulae II of ovipositor (Figs 31 and 32), in lateral view, slightly expanded beyond basal curvature, distinctly curved dorsally and with dorsal margin concave; apex narrowly rounded; preapical prominence (PP) indistinct; shaft bearing approximately 4–6 teeth (TO) distributed on apical half behind basal curvature; each tooth semiround and bearing few denticles (DE) or not bearing denticles; denticles mostly distributed on dorsal margin of shaft between teeth and on dorsal and ventral margins of apical portion, dentate dorsal margin longer than ventral margin; ducts extending toward dorsal margin and toward apical portion of shaft. Gonoplacs (Fig. 33), in lateral view, with basal half narrow and apical half distinctly expanded; apex rounded.

Taxon Treatment

  • Meng, Z; Yang, M; 2012: Female genitalia of Seasogonia Young from China, with a new synonym and a new record (Hemiptera, Cicadellidae, Cicadellini) ZooKeys, 164: 24-40. doi

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