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Taxonavigation

Name

Zuphioides Ball & Shpeley, 2013 gen. n.Wikispecies linkZooBank linkPensoft Profile

  • Zuphium of authors; (not Latreille 1805[1] ). Dejean 1831[2]: 298. Chaudoir 1863[3] : 313. Chaudoir 1872[4]: 103. Putzeys 1878[5] : 55. LeConte 1879[6]: 62. Horn 1881[7] : 149. LeConte and Horn 1883[8]: 141. Bates 1883[9] : 166. Bates 1891[10]: 266. Blatchley 1910[11] : 139, 140. Schaeffer 1910[12]: 396. Leng 1920[13] : 65. Csiki 1932[14]: 1562. Liebke 1933[15] : 461. Darlington 1934[16]: 128. Darlington 1935[17] : 213. Blackwelder 1944[18]: 70. Hatch 1953[19] : 150. Ball 1960[20]: 162. Reichardt 1977[21] : 449. Lindroth 1969[22]: 1089. Erwin 1979a[23] : 360. Erwin 1979b[24]: 564. Kirk 1969[25] : 17. Erwin 1981[26]: 189, 205. Mateu 1981[27] : 111. Erwin 1991[28]: 42. Mateu 1993[29] : 490. Bousquet and Larochelle 1993[30]: 283. Downie and Arnett 1996[31] : 193. Lorenz 1998[32]: 479 (in part). Peck and Thomas 1998[33] : 25. Ciegler 2000[34]: 127. Ball and Shpeley 2000[35] : 397. Ball and Bousquet 2001[36]: 40, 61, 115. Larochelle and Lariviére 2003[37] : 514 515. Lorenz 2005[38]: 506 (in part). Erwin et al. 2012[39] : 32. Bousquet 2012[40]: 1355.

Type species

Zuphium mexicanum Chaudoir, 1863 (here designated).

Generic name

A compound Latinized noun, treated as neuter, from the generic name Zuphium and oides, resembling; hence meaning “resembling Zuphium”.

Recognition

With character states of Western Hemisphere Zuphium genus-group, restricted as follows: size small, pronotum and dorsal surface of elytra densely setose, setae decumbent, body depressed, integument piceous to rufotestaceous, head capsule posteriorly relatively broad, laterally broadly rounded, antennae elongate, antennomere 1 as long or longer than antennomeres 2–4. Humeri broadly rounded. Metasternum long, metepisternum longer than wide at base. Macropterous. Male genitalia: phallus without dorsal paraostial sclerites (Fig. 10D–10F; cf. Fig. 13A–C, ps). Ovipositor: Gonocoxite 2 (Figs 11D–F; cf. Figs 11A–C, gc2) short, thick; in lateral aspect falciform, apex pointed; in dorso-ventral aspect, broad, paddle-like, apex broadly rounded, not notched. Female genital tract: without secondary spermathecal gland (Fig. 12B; cf. Fig. 13D, ssg).

Description

See description of Zuphioides mexicanum.

Habitat

Members of this genus are mesophilous to hygrophilous, occupying wet meadows and flood plains principally in open sites, but also in shaded areas along streams, in tropical gallery forest. For more details, see Erwin (1991[28]: 42), Erwin et al. (2012[39]: 32), and Larochelle and Lariviere (2003[37]: 514–515). Ball and Shpeley (2000[35]: 397) mistakenly classified Zuphium as “xerophilous”, in part.

Original Description

  • Ball, G; Shpeley, D; 2013: Western Hemisphere Zuphiini: descriptions of Coarazuphium whiteheadi, new species, and Zuphioides, new genus, and classification of the genera (Coleoptera, Carabidae) ZooKeys, 315: 17-54. doi

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