Jataiba,

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: 24-25

publication ID

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

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:31A43156-5462-43AB-B51B-6042BE223D8A

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3671386

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03F987B5-FFE3-883F-30DD-32FE7AFCFBA5

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Jataiba
status

 

Key to Jataiba  species

Adults

1 Genal processes widely separated medially, axes subparallel; anteorbital tubercle on vertex small, nipple-like ( Fig. 72View FIGURES 71–77, arrow). Forewing slender, 2.6 times as long as broad ( Fig. 74View FIGURES 71–77). Male and female terminalia as in Figs 81, 90, 91View FIGURES 78–95, 98View FIGURES 96–104. On Hymenaea  ........................................................................................... J. hymenaeae 

- Genal processes narrowly separated or almost adpressed medially, axes converging towards apices; anteorbital tubercle on vertex big, flattened ( Fig. 73View FIGURES 71–77, arrow). Forewing broad, 2.1–2.3 times as long as broad ( Fig. 75View FIGURES 71–77). Terminalia different ( Figs 78–80, 82–89, 92–97, 99, 100View FIGURES 78–95View FIGURES 96–104. On Copaifera  ..................................................................... 2

2 Forewing with surface spinules covering most of apical half of wing except for spinule-free stripes along the veins. Sclerotised end tube of ductus ejaculatorius small, originating at base of distal aedeagal segment ( Fig. 85View FIGURES 78–95). Female subgenital plate long, 0.5–0.6 times as long as proctiger; dorsal outline relatively straight ( Fig. 96View FIGURES 96–104). Brazil: AC, MT................ J. basifistula 

- Forewing with surface spinules much reduced, present, in apical half of wing, only around radular areas. Sclerotised end tube of ductus ejaculatorius large, originating in apical half of distal aedeagal segment ( Figs 87, 89, 93, 95View FIGURES 78–95). Female subgenital plate short, 0.4–0.5 times as long as proctiger; dorsal outline with distinct angular lobe in apical third ( Figs 97, 99–101View FIGURES 96–104)........ 3

3 Male proctiger with distinct, relatively small, narrow posterior lobes basally ( Fig. 82View FIGURES 78–95). Aedeagus indistinctly 3-segmented; distal portion only weakly explanded apically ( Fig. 93View FIGURES 78–95). Female proctiger straight and truncate apically; subgenital plate with deep, transverse incision subbasally ( Fig. 99View FIGURES 96–104). Brazil: GO, PI............................................. J. incisa   

- Male proctiger lacking narrow posterior lobes, though slightly produced basally ( Figs 79, 80, 83View FIGURES 78–95). Aedeagus 2-segmented; distal portion strongly explanded apically ( Figs 87, 89, 95View FIGURES 78–95). Female proctiger slightly upturned and pointed apically; subgenital plate without subbasal incision ( Figs 97, 100View FIGURES 96–104)............................................................... 4

4 Antenna> 4.8 mm. Panama.......................................................................... J. sp.

- Antenna <4.6 mm. Brazil.............................................................................. 5

5 Paramere with subparallel margins, apical sclerotised tooth at the rear corner ( Fig. 88View FIGURES 78–95). Sclerotised end tube of ductus ejaculatorius less than half as long as distal aedeagal segment ( Fig. 89View FIGURES 78–95). Female unknown. Brazil: AM................ J. cognata 

- Paramere irregularly tapering to apex, apical sclerotised tooth near apex in the middle ( Figs 86, 94View FIGURES 78–95). Sclerotised end tube of ductus ejaculatorius more than half as long as distal aedeagal segment ( Figs 87, 95View FIGURES 78–95)................................. 6

6 Smaller: antenna <4.0 mm, forewing <2.5 mm. Male proctiger with slightly angular posterior bulge in basal third ( Fig. 79View FIGURES 78–95). Paramere relatively broad in apical third, with fewer thick setae on the inner face in apical third ( Fig. 86View FIGURES 78–95). Basal projection of distal portion of aedeagus small ( Fig. 87View FIGURES 78–95). Brazil: BA, PI.............................................. J. cearensis 

- Larger: antenna> 3.8 mm, forewing> 2.4 mm. Male proctiger with broadly rounded posterior bulge in basal third ( Fig. 83View FIGURES 78–95). Paramere relatively slender in apical third, with more thick setae on the inner face in apical third ( Fig. 94View FIGURES 78–95). Basal projection of distal portion of aedeagus large ( Fig. 95View FIGURES 78–95). Brazil: MG, PR, SP.......................................... J. uncigera 

Last instar immatures

(Immatures of Jataiba basifistula  , J. cearensis  , J. cognata  and J. incisa  are unknown)

1 Antenna 8-segmented. Circumanal ring angular laterally; distance from anus to outer circumanal ring about twice that from there to group of sectasetae ( Fig. 102View FIGURES 96–104). On Hymenaea  .............................................. J. hymenaeae 

- Antenna 7-segmented. Circumanal ring rounded laterally; distance from anus to outer circumanal ring about the same as that from there to group of sectasetae ( Fig. 103View FIGURES 96–104). On Copaifera  ............................................ J. uncigera 

GO

Philosophical Society

PI

Paleontological Institute