Platycorypha,

Burckhardt, Daniel & Queiroz, Dalva L., 2020, Neotropical jumping plant-lice (Hemiptera, Psylloidea) associated with plants of the tribe Detarieae (Leguminosae, Detarioideae), Zootaxa 4733 (1), pp. 1-73: 55-56

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4733.1.1

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3671332

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scientific name

Platycorypha
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Key to Platycorypha  species associated with Detarieae 

Adults

1 Toruli, in ventral view, with dark margin ( Fig. 176View FIGURES 175–184). Terminalia as in Figs 191View FIGURES 185–196, 212–214.................... P  View FIGURES 197–220. pycnopeus

- Toruli, in ventral view, with light margin. Terminalia different ( Figs 186–190, 192, 193View FIGURES 185–196, 197–211, 215–220View FIGURES 197–220)............. 2

2 Antenna length/ head width ratio <3.8. Paramere lamellar, slender ( Fig. 203View FIGURES 197–220). Distal portion of aedeagus as in Fig. 205View FIGURES 197–220. Female subgenital plate truncate apically ( Fig. 188View FIGURES 185–196)......................................................... P. cultrata 

- Antenna length/ head width ratio> 3.8. Paramere with broader base, distinctly narrowing to apex ( Figs 197, 200, 206, 209, 215, 218View FIGURES 197–220). Distal portion of aedeagus different ( Figs 199, 202, 208, 211, 217, 220View FIGURES 197–220). Female subgenital plate with apical point ( Figs 186, 187, 189, 190, 192, 193View FIGURES 185–196). Females of the following six species are morphologically similar and cannot be identified with certitude............................................................................................ 3

3 Distal segment of aedeagus with a pair of ventral lobes ( Figs 211, 217View FIGURES 197–220)........................................... 4

- Distal segment of aedeagus lacking ventral lobes ( Figs 199, 202, 208, 220View FIGURES 197–220)....................................... 5

4 Paramere in distal half relatively slender ( Fig. 209View FIGURES 197–220); apex, in dorsal view, pointed ( Fig. 210View FIGURES 197–220). Distal segment of aedeagus with small ventral lobes and relatively short and thick apical hook ( Fig. 211View FIGURES 197–220). Long setae arranged in a transverse row on dorsum of female proctiger apically almost reaching apex of proctiger ( Fig. 190View FIGURES 185–196).................................... P. pinnata 

- Paramere in distal half relatively broad ( Fig. 215View FIGURES 197–220); apex, in dorsal view, blunt ( Fig. 216View FIGURES 197–220). Distal segment of aedeagus with large ventral lobes and relatively long and narrow apical hook ( Fig. 217View FIGURES 197–220). Long setae arranged in a transverse row on dorsum of female proctiger apically not reaching apex of proctiger ( Fig. 191View FIGURES 185–196)....................................... P. rostrata 

5 Apical rostral segment> 1.5 times as long as segment 2. Terminalia as in Figs 187View FIGURES 185–196, 200–202................. P  View FIGURES 197–220. atrifrons

- Apical rostral segment <1.5 times as long as segment 2. Terminalia different ( Figs 185, 186View FIGURES 185–196, 189,193, 197–199, 206–208, 218–220, 200–202).................................................................................... 6

6 Paramere relatively narrow, with inwards directed apical tooth; inner face with sparse setae ( Figs 218, 219View FIGURES 197–220). Distal portion of aedeagus as in Fig. 220......................................................................... P  View FIGURES 197–220. scalprata

- Paramere narrowing from broad base to slender apex with backwards directed apical tooth; inner face with dense setae ( Figs 197, 198, 206, 207View FIGURES 197–220). Distal portion of aedeagus as in Figs 199, 208.............................................. 7View FIGURES 197–220View FIGURES 1–10

7 Paramere strongly, irregularly narrowing in apical third ( Fig. 197View FIGURES 197–220). Apical dilatation of distal portion of aedeagus relatively thick ( Fig. 199View FIGURES 197–220). Female with dorsal margin of proctiger weakly convex; ventral margin of subgenital plate weakly, evenly curved ( Fig. 186View FIGURES 185–196). Brazil: AM................................................................. P. amazonica 

- Paramere evenly narrowing from base to apex ( Fig. 206View FIGURES 197–220). Apical dilatation of distal portion of aedeagus relatively slender ( Fig. 208View FIGURES 197–220). Female with dorsal margin of proctiger strongly convex; ventral margin of subgenital plate strongly bent in the middle ( Fig. 189View FIGURES 185–196). Brazil: MT........................................................................ P. leptopeus 

Last instar immatures

(Immatures of Platycorypha atrifrons  , P. cultrata  , P. leptopeus  and P. pycnopeus  are unknown)

1 Submedian capitate setae in front of sectasetae on dorsum of caudal plate distinctly longer than the latter ( Fig. 196View FIGURES 185–196)....... 2

- Submedian capitate setae in front of sectasetae on dorsum of caudal plate lacking ( Fig. 194View FIGURES 185–196) or shorter than the latter ( Fig. 195View FIGURES 185–196)................................................................................................ 3

2 Rostrum long,> 0.7 times forewing pad length, ending distal to metacoxa................................. P. rostrata 

- Rostrum shorter, <0.7 times forewing pad length, ending proximal to metacoxa........................... P. scalprata 

3 Dorsum of caudal plate without submedian capitate setae near submedian sectasetae ( Fig. 194View FIGURES 185–196)............. P. amazonica 

- Dorsum of caudal plate with two short submedian capitate setae near submedian sectasetae ( Fig. 195View FIGURES 185–196)........... P. pinnata 

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Psyllidae