Mirollia hexapinna Ingrisch, 1998, Ingrisch, 1998

Wang, Gang, Wang, Hai-Jian & Shi, Fu-Ming, 2015, Remarks of the genus Mirollia (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Phaneropterinae) from China, Zootaxa 4021 (2), pp. 307-333: 313-314

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http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4021.2.4

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/63398781-F05A-FFF3-BDEC-F936FD5CC5D3

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Mirollia hexapinna Ingrisch, 1998
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10. Mirollia hexapinna Ingrisch, 1998   , new record for China

( Figures 2 View FIGURE 2 D, 3 I, 8 J –L, 10 A –B, 11 I)

Mirollia hexapinna Ingrisch 1998   , Ent. Zeitschr. 108 (3): 89.

Material examined. 1 male, Nonggang, Longzhou, Guangxi, 27 Jul. 2011, 2 males and 1 female, Shanlian, Longzhou, Guangxi, 1 Aug. 2011, coll. Xun Bian.

Redescription. Male. Stridulatory area of left tegmen oval, 5.21 mm long, 2.92 mm wide ( Fig. 10 View FIGURE 10 A); stridulatory file on underside of left tegmen concave and curved; 1.43 mm long; teeth slightly dense in basal fifth; with 120–124 teeth ( Figs. 3 View FIGURE 3 I, 11 I); mirror long oval, 5.57 mm long, 2.98 mm wide ( Fig. 10 View FIGURE 10 B). Tenth abdominal tergite with posterior margin concave; epiproct small, triangular, apex rounded; cerci long, surpassing apex of subgenital plate ( Fig. 8 View FIGURE 8 J); baso-interal side expanded, posteriorly narrowing; strongly curved inwards in apical third; apex with a wide, slightly curved, sclerotized tooth ( Fig. 8 View FIGURE 8 L). Phallus with three pairs of sclerites: lateral sclerites wide, margins sclerotized and denticulate, medial sclerites with a pair of dorsal projections denticulate and a pair of ventral projections sclerotized. Subgenital plate curved dorsally in middle, lateral carinae distinct on ventral surface, basal part broad, medial area narrow and apical part widened, posterior margin excised widely, bottom of excision nearly straight, apico-lateral projections narrow ( Fig. 8 View FIGURE 8 K).

Measurements (mm). Body: male 12.5–15.2, female 16.0; body with wings: male 12.8–13.1, female 30.0; pronotum: male 3.6–3.8, female 3.4; tegmen length: male 21.0– 23.7, female 24.0; tegmen width: male 4.4–4.7, female 4.8; hind wing: male 24.8 –25.0, female 26.5; profemur: male 3.2–3.8, female 3.4; mesofemur: male 4.6– 4.8, female 4.4; postfemur: male 10.7 –11.0, female 9.9; ovipositor 5.5.

Distribution. China (Guangxi); Thailand.