Nazeris

Hu, Jia-Yao, Liu, Yi-Xiao & Li, Li-Zhen, 2018, Two new species of Nazeris Fauvel in the Luoxiao Mountain Range, China (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Paederinae), Zootaxa 4370 (2), pp. 180-188: 187

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4370.2.6

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:AC521CAE-DB28-401F-98FF-6595B9571D8E

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/039D87EC-8723-FFA1-FF74-F114FA658CA7

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Plazi

scientific name

Nazeris
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Key to Nazeris  species of Luoxiao Mountain Range

1 Head with umbilicate punctation.......................................................................... 2

- Head with non-umbilicate punctation...................................................................... 8

2 Body reddish brown, less than 4.6 mm ..................................................................... 3

- Body dark brown, more than 5.0 mm...................................................................... 4

3 Apex of ventral process of the aedeagus with dorsal process in lateral view; dorso-lateral apophyses roundly widened at apex in ventral view ( Hu & Li, 2015: 4, Fig. 1D, 1EView FIGURES 1–3)..................................... N. luoxiaoshanus Hu & Li, 2015 

- Apex of ventral process of the aedeagus simply acute in lateral view; dorso-lateral apophyses triangularly widened at apex in ventral view ( Hu & Li, 2015: 5, Fig. 2D, 2EView FIGURES 1–3).......................................... N. pengzhongi Hu & Li, 2015 

4 Apex of ventral process of the aedeagus divided into two branches in ventral view.................................. 5

- Apex of ventral process of the aedeagus without branches in ventral view......................................... 6

5 Apical branches of ventral process of the aedeagus narrow and straight in ventral view ( Hu & Li, 2015: 7, Fig. 3DView FIGURES 1–3).......................................................................................... N. divisus Hu & Li, 2015 

- Apical branches of ventral process of the aedeagus wide and curved in ventral view ( Hu & Li, 2015: 9, Fig. 4DView FIGURES 4–11) ......................................................................................... N. paradivisus Hu & Li, 2015 

6 Ventral process of the aedeagus shallowly concave at apex in ventral view ( Hu & Li, 2015: 10, Fig. 5DView FIGURES 4–11) ................................................................................................ ... N. xiaobini Hu & Li, 2015 

- Ventral process of the aedeagus prominent at apex in ventral view............................................... 7

7 Ventral process of the aedeagus with parallel sides in apical third in ventral view ( Hu & Li, 2015: 11, Fig. 6DView FIGURES 4–11).......................................................................................... N. congchaoi Hu & Li, 2015 

- Ventral process of the aedeagus triangularly widened in apical third in ventral view ( Hu & Li, 2015: 13, Fig. 7DView FIGURES 4–11).......................................................................................... N. nannani Hu & Li, 2015 

8 Abdominal tergites with fine microsculpture................................................................ 9

- Abdominal tergites lacking microsculpture................................................................ 12

9 Body reddish brown, less than 4.7 mm .................................................................... 10

- Body dark brown, more than 5.5 mm ..................................................................... 11

10 Ventral process of the aedeagus with acute apex in lateral view; dorso-lateral apophyses distinctly thickened apically in ventral view ( Hu & Li, 2015: 14, Fig. 8D, 8EView FIGURES 4–11)................................................... N. rufus Hu & Li, 2015 

- Ventral process of the aedeagus with broad apex in lateral view ( Fig. 21View FIGURES 17–21); dorso-lateral apophyses not thickened apically in ventral view ( Fig. 20View FIGURES 17–21)........................................................... N. jiaweii Hu, Liu & Li  , sp. n.

11 Ventral process of the aedeagus distinctly asymmetric, the left apical process much shorter than the right one in ventral view ( Assing, 2014: 26, Fig. 58)......................................................... N. inaequalis Assing, 2014 

- Ventral process of the aedeagus symmetric ( Fig. 15View FIGURES 12–16)................................. N. yipingae Hu, Liu & Li  , sp. n.

12 Male sternite VII with posterior margin shallowly concave in the middle......................................... 13

- Male sternite VII with posterior margin distinctly prominent in the middle....................................... 14

13 Male sternite VIII with U-shaped posterior excision; apex of ventral process of the aedeagus prominent in ventral view ( Hu & Li, 2015: 15, Fig. 9C, 9DView FIGURES 4–11)............................................................. N. ziweii Hu & Li, 2015 

- Male sternite VIII with broadly triangular posterior excision; apex of ventral process of the aedeagus with V-shaped excision in ventral view ( Hu & Li, 2015: 16, Fig. 10C, 10DView FIGURES 4–11)..................................... N. daweishanus Hu & Li, 2015 

14 Dorso-lateral apophyses of the aedeagus not reaching apex of ventral process ( Hu & Li, 2015: 19, Fig. 12DView FIGURES 12–16).............................................................................................. .. N. zekani Hu & Li, 2015 

- Dorso-lateral apophyses of the aedeagus extending beyond apex of ventral process................................. 15

15 Ventral process of the aedeagus long, constricted in the middle in ventral view ( Assing, 2014: 26, Fig. 66)................................................................................................ N. proiectus Assing, 2014 

- Ventral process of the aedeagus short, widened in the middle in ventral view ( Hu & Li, 2015: 18, Fig. 11DView FIGURES 4–11)............................................................................................. N. prominens Hu & Li, 2015