Tungurahuala acuminata

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Hemiptera
Familia: Cicadellidae
Genus: Tungurahuala

Name

Tungurahuala acuminata Dietrich, 2011 sp. n.Wikispecies linkZooBank linkPensoft Profile

Description

Length male 7.5–7.6 mm, female 7.6 mm. Head (male) approximately 1/3 as long as forewing (female with head proportionately longer compared to forewing). Forewing dark brown with tan pigment along costal area, mostly tan in female. Male anal tube with apical ventrolateral spine well developed. Aedeagus with gonopore-bearing shaft slender, apex rounded; ventral process acuminate, without dorsolateral lobes, apex in ventral view narrower than shaft.

Material examined

Holotype male: COLOMBIA, Boyacá, SFF Iguaque Lagunillas, 5°25'N, 73°27'W, 3380m, Malaise 2–18 May 2001 (P. Reina), M.1756. Paratypes: 1 male, same data except 28 June–19 July 2001, M.1966 [HIC]; 1 male, Boyacá, SFF Iguaque Qda. Carrizal, 5°25'N, 73°27'W, 3350m, Malaise 13 – 30 July 2000 (P. Reina), M.379; 1 male, same data except 21 January–9 February 2001; 1 male and 1 female, Boyacá, SFF Iguaque Cabaña Mamarramos, 5°25'N, 73°27'W, 2855m, Malaise 7–21 January 2001 (P. Reina), M.1252; 1 male, same data except 21 December 2000–7 January 2001, M.1072 [HIC, INHS].

Etymology

The name refers to the acuminate ventral process of the aedeagus.

Notes

This species resembles Tungurahuala basilisca in overall structure, but the head is proportionately longer and the coloration of the forewing is lighter overall, although variable among specimens examined.

Original Description

  • Dietrich, C; 2011: Tungurahualini, a new tribe of Neotropical leafhoppers, with notes on the subfamily Mileewinae (Hemiptera, Cicadellidae) ZooKeys, 124: 19-39. doi

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