Detarieae,

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: 6

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

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3671409

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03F987B5-FFF1-8822-30DD-37337AFCF85A

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Plazi

scientific name

Detarieae
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Key to Neotropical psyllid genera associated with Detarieae 

Adults

1 Head lacking genal processes ( Figs 1, 2View FIGURES 1–10). On Hymenaea  ............................................ Platycorypha 

- Head bearing genal processes ( Figs 3–6View FIGURES 1–10)................................................................... 2

2 Metatibia lacking genual spine. Forewing rhomboidal or subrectangular; dark brown to almost black ( Fig. 7View FIGURES 1–10). Vertex subrectangular, with base straight, completely flattened dorsally including area adjacent to median ocellus; separated from genae by transverse suture; genal processes with dorsal surface lying in the same plane as vertex, flattened dorsally, usually irregularly truncate apically ( Fig. 3View FIGURES 1–10). On Copaifera  .......................................................... Colophorina 

- Metatibia with conspicuous genual spine. Forewing ovoid to oblong oval, broadly, sometimes irregularly rounded apically; light, sometimes with dark pattern ( Figs 8–10View FIGURES 1–10). Vertex trapezoidal, with base weakly concave, dorsally with raised lateral ocelli and anteorbital tubercle as well as area adjacent to median ocellus, coronal suture incised; separated from genae by deep transverse incision; genal processes with dorsal surface lying in a different plane to that of vertex, sometimes inclined, convex dorsally, conical, pointed or blunt apically ( Figs 4–6View FIGURES 1–10)......................................................... 3

3 Forewing long and narrow,> 2.7 times as long as wide ( Fig. 8View FIGURES 1–10). Dorsal surface of genal processes, in lateral view, at an angle of 80° to that of vertex. Metatibia with 4–5 regularly spaced apical spurs. On Hymenaea  ..................... Apsyllopsis 

- Forewing shorter and wider, <2.7 times as long as wide ( Figs 9, 10View FIGURES 1–10). Dorsal surface of genal processes, in lateral view, more or less parallel to that of vertex. Metatibia with 1+3+1 apical spurs................................................ 4

4 Vertex flat on either side of coronal suture; genal processes evenly tapering, pointed, ≥ 0.7 times as long as vertex along midline ( Fig. 5View FIGURES 1–10). Antennae> 2.7 mm,> 3.4 times as long as head width........................................ Jataiba 

- Vertex with prominent ridge on either side of coronal suture; genal processes blunt or subacute, or <0.8 times as long as vertex along mid-line ( Fig. 6View FIGURES 1–10). Antennae <3.0 mm, <3.4 times as long as head width............................. Mitrapsylla 

Last instar immatures

1 Abdomen, apart from circumanal ring, bearing additional pore fields ( Figs 11, 12View FIGURES 11–21). Living in leaf roll galls.............. 2

- Abdomen lacking additional pore fields ( Figs 13–15View FIGURES 11–21). Free living............................................... 3

2 Antenna long, about 1.5 times as long as forewing pad. Forewing pad long and narrow,> 3.5 times as long as wide; hindwing pad lacking sectaseta ( Fig. 16View FIGURES 11–21). Tarsal arolium small, shorter than claws ( Fig. 18View FIGURES 11–21). Abdomen with 5+5 marginal sectasetae. On Hymenaea  .................................................................................. Apsyllopsis 

- Antenna short, about as long as forewing pad or shorter. Forewing pad short and broad, <3.0 times as long as wide; hindwing pad bearing one marginal sectaseta ( Fig. 17View FIGURES 11–21). Tarsal arolium large, longer than claws ( Fig. 19View FIGURES 11–21). Abdomen with 4+4 marginal or submarginal sectasetae. On Copaifera  ........................................................... Colophorina 

3 Wing pads and caudal plate conspicuously dark along margin, abdomen flat; anus ventral ( Fig. 15View FIGURES 11–21). Hindwing pad with one marginal sectaseta. On Hymenaea  .............................................................. Platycorypha 

- Wing pads and caudal plate lacking dark margin, abdomen inflated, weakly sclerotised; anus terminal ( Figs 13, 14View FIGURES 11–21). Hindwing pad lacking sectaseta.................................................................................. 4

4 Circumanal ring relatively small; distance from anus to outer circumanal ring about 2.0 times or less than that from there to group of sectasetae ( Fig. 13View FIGURES 11–21). Pores of circumanal ring very narrow and long ( Fig. 20View FIGURES 11–21).......................... Jataiba 

- Circumanal ring relatively large; distance from anus to outer circumanal ring longer than 2.0 times distance from there to group of sectasetae ( Fig. 14View FIGURES 11–21). Pores of circumanal ring oval, about twice as long as wide ( Fig. 21View FIGURES 11–21).................. Mitrapsylla