Drosophila speciosa Silva and Martins, 2004

Grimaldi, David A., 2016, Revision of the Drosophila bromeliae Species Group (Diptera: Drosophilidae): Central American, Caribbean, and Andean Species, American Museum Novitates 2016 (3859), pp. 1-56: 25

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.1206/3859.1

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5460913

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/64000D25-E92A-FF80-FE2B-FE32FCFFFCF4

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Carolina

scientific name

Drosophila speciosa Silva and Martins, 2004
status

 

Drosophila speciosa Silva and Martins, 2004  

DIAGNOSIS: Body yellowish, palpus pale brown; arista typically with 4-2 dorsal-ventral branches; surstylus with 11–13 long prensisetae pegs; hypandrium trapezoidal; oviscapt with ca. 15 pegs. Most similar to D. bromeliae   and bromelioides   .

DESCRIPTION: See Silva and Martins (2004).

TYPE: Holotype, ♂: BRAZIL: “obtained 05 July 2001 from isofemale strain N06012.01 from inflorescence of Theobroma speciosum   collected: Brazil, Pará, Belém   , germplasm collection, 01°20′S, 48°03′W; A.A.R. da Silva, 14 June 2001.” Paratype males and females from this and other strains, same locality, plus Curuçá (Caxiuaña Scientific Station), Pará, Brazil. All deposited in Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi , Belém , Pará, Brazil GoogleMaps   .

COMMENTS: I did not examine specimens of this species.