Mitrapsylla,

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: 35

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

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3671370

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03F987B5-FFD6-8805-30DD-36377AFCF87E

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Plazi

scientific name

Mitrapsylla
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Key to Mitrapsylla  species associated with Detarieae 

Adults

1 Ground colour of body green or yellow, sometimes with white or dark dots ( Figs 107, 108View FIGURES 105–110)........................... 2

- Ground colour of body ochreous, brown, black or multicoloured ( Figs 105, 106View FIGURES 105–110)................................... 3

2 Body dimensions small: antenna <1.2 mm, forewing <1.8 mm. Genal processes <0.7 times as long as vertex along midline ( Fig. 117View FIGURES 111–133). Surface spinules in apical half of forewing reduced to small patches mostly along apical wing margin. Male and female terminalia as in Figs 132View FIGURES 111–133, 135, 151, 152View FIGURES 134–156, 163View FIGURES 157–167. Paramere narrowly lamellar, lacking a group of densely spaced bristles in apical third along hind margin. Aedeagus hardly expanded apically, bearing a distinct hook apically. Female proctiger strongly indented distal to circumanal ring, 1.4–1.5 times as long as head width. On Copaifera cearensis  ............. M. megacerca 

- Body dimensions large: antenna> 2.2 mm, forewing> 2.1 mm. Genal processes> 0.7 times as long as vertex along midline ( Fig. 119View FIGURES 111–133). Surface spinules in apical half of forewing forming large patches, leaving spinule-free stripes along the veins. Male and female terminalia as in Figs 133View FIGURES 111–133, 155, 156View FIGURES 134–156, 165View FIGURES 157–167. Paramere clavate, bearing a group of densely spaced bristles in apical third along hind margin. Aedeagus strongly expanded apically, bearing two ventral ridges but lacking apical hook. Female proctiger weakly indented distal to circumanal ring, 1.0–1.2 times as long as head width. On Copaifera langsdorffii  ........ M. viridis 

3 Genal processes short, <0.6 times as long as vertex along midline ( Figs 113–115View FIGURES 111–133). Forewing slightly angular near apex of vein Rs ( Figs 122–124View FIGURES 111–133).................................................................................... 4

- Genal processes moderately long,> 0.4 times as long as vertex along midline ( Figs 111, 112, 116, 118View FIGURES 111–133). Forewing evenly rounded near apex of vein Rs ( Figs 120, 121, 125, 127View FIGURES 111–133)....................................................... 7

4 Forewing with dark subapical band ( Fig. 122View FIGURES 111–133). Distal portion of aedeagus only weakly expanded apically ( Fig. 143View FIGURES 134–156). On Copaifera cearensis  ............................................................................... M. compta 

- Forewing without dark subapical band, usually with dark marginal spots in the middle of cells ( Figs 123, 124View FIGURES 111–133). Distal portion of aedeagus strongly expanded apically with a subapical tooth ( Figs 145, 147View FIGURES 134–156). On other Copaifera  spp................. 5

5 Forewing membrane infuscate in addition to brown patches along wing margin ( Fig. 124View FIGURES 111–133). Paramere with slightly angular hind margin in apical third ( Fig. 146View FIGURES 134–156). Apical dilatation of distal portion of aedeagus small, subapical tooth approximately in apical quarter ( Fig. 147View FIGURES 134–156). Female proctiger <1.0 mm ( Fig. 161View FIGURES 157–167). On Copaifera oblongifolia  ..................... M. fumipennis 

- Forewing membrane colourless apart from brown patches along wing margin ( Fig 123View FIGURES 111–133). Paramere and aedeagus different ( Figs 144, 145View FIGURES 134–156). Female proctiger> 1.0 mm ( Fig. 160View FIGURES 157–167)............................................................ 6

6 Paramere, in profile, more or less evenly tapering to blunt apex, in apical half ( Fig. 144View FIGURES 134–156). Apical dilatation of distal portion of aedeagus with subapical, ventral tooth large, blunt ( Fig. 145View FIGURES 134–156). Brazil................................... M. copaiferae 

- Paramere, in apical half, more or less subparallel, strongly tapering subapically, in profile. Apical dilatation of distal portion of aedeagus with subapical, ventral tooth narrow, pointed ( Brown & Hodkinson 1988: 76, Figs 33View FIGURES 27–38 F–H). Panama. M. minuticonis 

7 Genal processes blunt ( Figs 111, 118View FIGURES 111–133). Body dimensions larger, forewing length> 2.0 mm. Paramere clavate, relatively evenly widening towards apical fifth, with a few bristles on the inner face in the middle near apex ( Fig. 138, 153View FIGURES 134–156). Female terminalia long,> 1.3 times as long as head width; proctiger at most weakly upturned apically ( Figs 157, 164View FIGURES 157–167).................... 8

- Genal processes subacute ( Figs 112, 116View FIGURES 111–133). Body dimensions smaller, forewing length <2.5 mm. Paramere lamellar, suddenly widened near apex, with a group of dense bristles on the inner face along the hind margin near apex ( Figs 140, 148View FIGURES 134–156). Female terminalia short, <1.3 times as long as head width; proctiger strongly upturned apically ( Figs 158, 162View FIGURES 157–167)................ 9

8 Genal processes 0.7–0.9 times as long as vertex along midline ( Fig. 111View FIGURES 111–133). Large, antenna> 2.6 mm long, forewing> 2.4 mm long. Sclerotised apex of paramere hook-shaped, forward directed ( Fig. 136View FIGURES 134–156). Aedeagus with two large subapical spines ( Fig. 139View FIGURES 134–156)......................................................................................... M. adusta 

- Genal processes 0.5–0.7 times as long as vertex along midline ( Fig. 118View FIGURES 111–133). Small, antenna <2.5 mm long, forewing <2.5 mm long. Sclerotised apex of paramere truncate with slightly larger anterior and smaller posterior point ( Fig. 137View FIGURES 134–156). Aedeagus lacking subapical spines ( Fig. 154View FIGURES 134–156).................................................................... M. repens 

9 Paramere weakly expanded apically ( Fig. 140View FIGURES 134–156). Apical dilatation of aedeagus about one third length of distal segment ( Fig. 141View FIGURES 134–156). Setae on female subgenital plate sparse, leaving a conspicuous seta-free patch in the middle on either side ( Fig. 166View FIGURES 157–167). On Copaifera cearensis  ........................................................................... M. borealis 

- Paramere strongly expanded apically ( Fig. 148View FIGURES 134–156). Apical dilatation of aedeagus about half length of distal segment ( Figs 149, 150View FIGURES 134–156). Setae on female subgenital plate dense, without seta-free patch in the middle on either side ( Fig. 167View FIGURES 157–167). On Copaifera langsdorffii  and C. marginata  .................................................................... M. gloriae 

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Psyllidae