Protura

Shrubovych, Julia, 2014, Identification and character analysis of the Acerentomidae (Protura) of the northeastern Palearctic (Protura: Acerentomidae), Zootaxa 3755 (2), pp. 136-164: 150-151

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Key to Protura   known from northeastern Asia

1 Spiracles present on mesonotum and metanotum............................................... (Eosentomata) ... 2

- Spiracles absent … (Acerentomata)....................................................................... 3

2 Pseudoculus with three round granules, tergites VII and VIII with 6 A -setae.................... Eosentomon tshergense  

- Pseudoculus without inner structures, tergite VII with 8 A -setae, tergite VIII with 4 A -setae............. Eosentomon asahi  

3 Abdominal appendages I –III two-segmented ( Hesperentomidae   ).......................... Hesperentomon martynovae  

- Abdominal appendages I –II or only I two-segmented........................................................ 4

4 Second pair of abdominal legs two-segmented ( Protentomidae   )............................. Proturentomon stebaevae  

- Second pair of abdominal legs one-segmented ( Acerentomidae   )................................................ 5

5 Striate band reduced, striae indistinct or absent.............................................................. 6

- Striate band well developed, striae distinct................................................................. 10

6 Labial palpi reduced to sensillum and three setae.............................................. ( Baculentulus   ) … 7

- Labial palpi well developed with terminal tuft of setae and a sensillum........................ Tuxenentulus solncevae  

7 Tergite VIII with 16 posterior setae, head seta d 6 present.................................... Baculentulus potapovi  

- Tergite VIII with 15 posterior setae, head seta d 6 absent...................................................... 8

8 Tergite VII with 4 pairs of A -setae, with P 1 a and P 3 a setae present, sternite VIII with 6 setae........ Baculentulus borealis  

- Tergite VII with 3 pairs of A -setae, with P 1 a and P 3 a setae absent, sternite VIII with 4 setae........................ 9

9 Sternite I with 4 P -setae, sternite XI with 6 setae......................................... Baculentulus loxoglenus  

- Sternite I with 2 P -setae, sternite XI with 4 setae.......................................... Baculentulus pomorskii  

10 Mesonotum and metanotum with 2 pairs of A -setae........................................... Sugaentulus andrzeji  

- Mesonotum and metanotum with 3 or 4 pairs of A -setae...................................................... 11

11 Mesonotum and metanotum with 3 pairs of A -setae......................................................... 12

- Mesonotum with 3 pairs of A -setae, metanotum with 4 pairs of A -setae......................................... 25

12 Foretarsal sensillum t 1 filiform......................................................................... 13

- Foretarsal sensillum t 1 claviform............................................................ ( Yavanna   ) … 21

13 Pronotum with 3 pairs of setae, calyx of maxillary gland heart-shaped, with strong papillae on large appendices............................................................................................. Callientomon chinensis  

- Pronotum with 2 pairs of setae, calyx of maxillary gland with or without appendices, papillae on appendices absent...... 14

14 Calyx of maxillary gland small and weakly granulated, foretarsal sensillum t 3 globular.................. Nienna parvula  

- Calyx of maxillary gland large, heart-shaped and strongly granulated, foretarsal sensillum t 3 leaf-shaped............... 15

15 Foretarsal seta β 1 sensilliform; membranal pores on segments II –VI present....................... Noldo submontanus  

- Foretarsal seta β 1 setiform, membranal pores on segments II –VI absent ( Verrucoentomon   ) .......................... 16

16 Mesonotum and metanotum with P 2 a’ setae, sternites IV –VI with 5 A -setae.................................... 17

- Mesonotum and metanotum without P 2 a’ setae, sternites IV –VI with 3 A -setae.................................. 18

17 Tergite I with 16 P -setae (seta P 3 a’ present), foretarsal sensilla c and e broad................... Verrucoentomon aurifer  

- Tergite I with 14 P -setae (seta P 3 a’ absent), foretarsal sensilla c and e slender.................... Verrucoentomon joanis  

18 Tergites I –VI with seta P 1 a, comb with straight hind margin................................................. 19

- Tergites I –VI without seta P 1 a, comb with concave hind margin........................... Verrucoentomon louisanne  

19 Sternite I with 2 P -setae, sternite III with 5 P -setae..................................... Verrucoentomon kawakatsui  

- Sternite I with 4 P -setae, sternite III with 6 P -setae......................................................... 20

20 Sternite VII with seta Pc, accessory setae on tergites I –VI long, setiform, head seta d 6 absent.... Verrucoentomon shirampa  

- Sternite VII without seta Pc, accessory setae on tergites I –VI short, sensilliform, head seta d 6 presen..................................................................................................... Verrucoentomon anatoli  

21 Seta P 1 a present on tergites I –VII, M 2 present on prosternum, sternite III with 6 P- setae, head seta d 6 present........... 22

- Seta P 1 a absent on tergites I –VI, M 2 absent on prosternum, sternite III with 5 P- setae, head seta d 6 absent............. 23

22 Mesonotal setae P 1 a and P 2 a of distinctly different lengths, with P 2 a very short; P 4 on metanotum reduced, shorter than P 3 a; head setae d 7 and sd 7 equal in length, pronotal seta 1 about four times longer than seta 2 ............. Yavanna chimitovae  

- Mesonotal setae P 1 a and P 2 a of equal length, P 4 on metanotum longer than P 3 a, head seta d 7 longer than seta sd 7, pronotal seta 1 twice the length of seta 2 ............................................................ Yavanna baikalica  

23 Foretarsal sensilla b and c nearly the same length, sensilla b and a’ thin......................................... 24

- Foretarsal sensillum b about twice the length of c, sensilla b and a’ thickened......................... Yavanna altaica  

24 Sternite VII with seta Pc, foretarsal sensilla a, b and c’ about the same length, foretarsal seta δ 4 setiform. Yavanna stebaevae  

- Sternite VII without seta Pc, foretarsal sensilla a and c’ clearly longer than b, foretarsal seta δ 4 thick and blunt.................................................................................................. Yavanna babenkoi  

25 Foretarsal sensillum t 1 baculiform ( Yamatentomon   )......................................................... 26

- Foretarsal sensillum t 1 filiform........................................................................ 27

26 Tergite VII with seta A 4 ’, prosternum with seta M 2 ......................................... Yamatentomon yamato  

- Tergite VII lacking seta A 4 ’, prosternum without seta M 2 ................................. Yamatentomon kunnephupi  

27 Calyx of maxillary gland small, metanotum without seta A 1 but with seta A 5 ( Filientomon   )........................ 28

- Calyx of maxillary large, heart-shaped with distinct granulation, metanotum with seta A 1, without seta A 5 ( Nipponentomon   , Imadateiella   )....................................................................................... 29

28 Seta A 1 ’ present on tergites I –VI, A 4 ’ present on tergite VII, P 3 a present on tergites II –VI, head seta d 6 absent........................................................................................ Filientomon duodecimsetosum  

- Seta A 1 ’ absent on tergites I –VI, A 4 ’ absent on tergite VII, P 3 a absent on tergites II –VI, head seta d 6 present................................................................................................. Filientomon sibiricum  

29 Mesonotum and metanotum with P 2 a’ setae............................................................... 30

- Mesonotum and metanotum without P 2 a’ setae........................................................... 31

30 Tergite I with seta P0a, tergite VII with P 1 a seta, sternite VII with seta Pc, sternite VIII with 6 setae, pores sal absent......................................................................................... Nipponentomon taiga  

- Tergite I without seta P0a, tergite VII without P 1 a seta, sternite VII without seta Pc, sternite VIII with 4 setae, pores sal pres- ent on sternites II –VII................................................................... Imadateiella murka  

31 Tergite VI with seta P 1 a ............................................................................... 32

- Tergite VI without seta P 1 a ............................................................ Nipponentomon jaceki  

32 Tergite VII with seta P 1 a ............................................................................. 33

- Tergite VII without seta P 1 a .................................................. Nipponentomon khabarovskense  

33 Labrum protruded, sternites I –III with 5 A -setae, sternite III with 5 P -setae...................... Nipponentomon nippon  

- Labrum not protruded, sternites I –III with 3 A -setae, sternite III with 6 P -setae.................................. 34

34 Sternite VII with 5 A -setae, sternite VI without seta Pc, claw with two inner teeth............. Nipponentomon bidentatum  

- Sternite VII with 3 A -setae, sternite VI with seta Pc, claw with one inner tooth..................... Imadateiella sharovi