Phytocoris Fallén, 1814,

Oh, Minsuk, Yasunaga, Tomohide & Lee, Seunghwan, 2017, Taxonomic review of Phytocoris Fallén (Heteroptera: Miridae: Mirinae: Mirini) in Korea, with one new species, Zootaxa 4232 (2), pp. 197-215: 198

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4232.2.4

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scientific name

Phytocoris Fallén, 1814
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Genus Phytocoris Fallén, 1814 

Phytocoris Fallén, 1814: 10  (gen. nov.). Type species: Cimex populi  L., subsequent designation by Westwood, 1840; Schuh, 1995: 863 (cat.); Kerzhner & Josifov, 1999: 136 (cat.); Yasunaga, 2001: 255 (diag.); Zheng et al., 2004: 462 (diag., key to Chinese spp.); Schuh, 2002–2014: (cat.); Yasunaga & Schwartz, 2015: 22 (diag., key to Japanese spp.).

Diagnosis. Phytocoris  in East Asia can be recognized by the following characters: Body slender, moderate to large size; head oblique, broadened laterally ( Figs. 2View FIGURE 2 A, B); dorsum matte, partly glabrous in some species, usually mottled with pale and dark spots; covered with sericeous pubescence and one or two type of simple, erect or semierect setae ( Figs. 2View FIGURE 2 C, D); antennae and legs long and slender; labium reaching or extending beyond metacoxa; metafemur long and more or less flattened; parempodia fleshy, apically divergent ( Fig. 2View FIGURE 2 E); male endosoma membranous, parameres asymmetrical; distal part of sensory lobe and basal hypophysis of left paramere serrated; right paramere elongate, serrate along lateral margin; endosoma with a spinous sclerite (LBS) and thick-rimmed secondary gonopore; sclerotized ring elongate ovoid; interramal lobe (IRL) of posterior wall covered with minute spine, semicircular. For more diagnostic characters, see Stonedahl (1988) and Yasunaga & Schwartz (2015). 

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Miridae

Loc

Phytocoris Fallén, 1814

Oh, Minsuk, Yasunaga, Tomohide & Lee, Seunghwan 2017
2017
Loc

Phytocoris Fallén, 1814 : 10

Yasunaga 2015: 22
Zheng 2004: 462
Yasunaga 2001: 255
Kerzhner 1999: 136
Schuh 1995: 863
Fallen 1814: 10
1995