Acrorrhinium hongkong Schuh, 1984

Zhang, Xu & Liu, Guo-Qing, 2010, The hallodapine plant bug genus Acrorrhinium Noualhier, 1895 from China (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae), Zootaxa 2524, pp. 24-32: 30-31

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http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.196379

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scientific name

Acrorrhinium hongkong Schuh, 1984
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Acrorrhinium hongkong Schuh, 1984 

( Figs. 5, 6View FIGURES 1 – 7, 10View FIGURES 8 – 11, 20– 23View FIGURES 20 – 23)

Acrorrhinium hongkong Schuh, 1984: 104  ; Schuh, 1995: 214; Zheng, 1995: 468.

Specimens examined: CHINA: Hainan Province: 1 male, Ledong County (18 ° 44 'N, 109 ° 10 'E), 16. IV. 1985, light trap, Le-yi Zheng leg.; 1 female, same data as above, 6. I. 1981, leg. Zhen-tian Chen; 1 female, same data as above, 2. I. 1981.

Diagnosis: Recognized by the light brown dorsum, the red mandibular and maxillary plates and abdomen, the white-yellow metepisternum and coxae, the constricted hemelytra ( Figs. 5, 6View FIGURES 1 – 7), the short, decumbent, shining sericeous setae and declined simple setae on vertex, pronotum and hemelytra, the gradually tapering, triangular spiniform frons ( Fig. 10View FIGURES 8 – 11), the length of antennal segment I subequal to 4 / 5 of width of head, the complete sulcus reaching the posterior margin on vertex, the small red-brown hump on the posterior margin of pronotum ( Figs. 5, 6View FIGURES 1 – 7), the weakly spinelike projection on the scutellum; vesica strongly sclerotized, twisted, apex without large membrane, nearly apex with a small, triangular projection, secondary gonopore well developed ( Fig. 20View FIGURES 20 – 23); left paramere boat-shaped, hypophysis weakly sinuate, not distinctly elongate, sensory lobe rounded and lamellate ( Fig. 21View FIGURES 20 – 23); right paramere leaflike, lamellate, hypophysis relatively sharp ( Fig. 22View FIGURES 20 – 23); phallotheca weakly curved ( Fig. 23View FIGURES 20 – 23); can be separated from other species of the genus by the dorsal coloration, the form of spiniform frons, and the male genitalia.

Distribution: China (Hainan, Hong Kong).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Miridae

Genus

Acrorrhinium

Loc

Acrorrhinium hongkong Schuh, 1984

Zhang, Xu & Liu, Guo-Qing 2010
2010
Loc

Acrorrhinium hongkong

Schuh 1995: 214
Zheng 1995: 468
Schuh 1984: 104
1995