Halictophagus

Kathirithamby, Jeyaraney, Mcmahon, Dino P., Anober-Lantican, Gaudencia M. & Ocampo, Virginia R., 2012, An unusual occurrence of multiparasitism by two genera of Strepsiptera (Insecta) in a mango leafhopper Idioscopus clypealis (Lethierry) (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) in the Philippines, Zootaxa 3268, pp. 16-28: 22

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.280773

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03E787BE-CC25-E606-E8EA-FBE8FA37FA39

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Halictophagus
status

 

Key to male Halictophagus   in the Philippines  

1. Aedeagus very long anterior projection at 90 o, and half the length to the horizontal stem........................ javaensis

- Aedeagus shorter anterior projection at less than 90 o, and a third or less in length to the horizontal stem................. 2

2. Abdomen VI-VIII with posterior projections........................................................... steffani

- Abdomen VI-VIII without posterior projections............................................................. 3

3. Aedeagus sharply barbed; basal maxillary segment small, palpi broad........................................ piperi

- Aedeagus and basal and palpi of maxillary segment not so..................................................... 4

4. Aedeagus unicinate............................................................................... fulmeki  

- Aedeagus not unicinate................................................................................. 5

5. Flabellum VII of antennae shorter than V and VI; antennal segment III with broad basal portion absent, and segment IV not broad........................................................................................... australiensis  

- Flabellum VII of antennae of equal length to V and VI; antennal segment III with broad basal portion, and segment IV broad 6

6. Small species less than 1.5mm ................................................................... bipunctatus

- Larger species more than 2mm .................................................................... phaedoes