Sicoderus schoenherri Vanin

Anderson, Robert S., 2018, The genus Sicoderus Vanin 1986 (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Curculioninae: Erodiscini) in the West Indies, Zootaxa 4497 (3), pp. 301-345 : 330-331

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4497.3.1

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https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5978091

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Sicoderus schoenherri Vanin
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Sicoderus schoenherri Vanin

( Figures 65–66 View FIGURES 65–68 , 71 View FIGURES 69–72 . Map 4)

Sicoderus schoenherri Vanin 1986: 596 . Holotype male (USNM) from 4 km S.E. Rio Limpio, Dominican Republic, examined. Anderson 1999: 135. Perez-Gelabert 2008: 136.

Description: Length male, 2.8–3.3 mm; female, 2.4–3.8 mm. Integument black, shining. Eyes widely separated by a distance equivalent about two-thirds width of rostrum at midlength. Rostrum 1.03–1.15x length elytra in male; 1.11–1.48x length elytra in female. Antennal insertion at about middle in male, slightly before middle in female. Prothorax constricted anteriorly, globose, widest at about middle; punctures sparse, small and shallow on disc, larger, deeper but separate on flanks, not forming striolae; erect setae absent. Elytra in dorsal view widest at about midlength, lateral margins subparallel anteriorly and posteriorly; humeri present, strongly angulate; erect setae absent. Strial punctures evident, very small, shallow; striae not impressed throughout length. Membranous wings present. Abdominal ventrite 1 of male slightly raised in middle near posterior margin with small transverse patch of setosity at tip; of female, uniformly convex in middle near posterior margin. Ventrite 5 of male concave medially towards apex, impression finely setose; of female, uniformly convex, not setose. Legs with front femora with ventral margin with small, blunt tooth, tooth absent (or nearly) on middle and hind femora; tarsal claws lacking basal tooth. Aedeagus (fig. 71) widest towards apex, internal sac with pair of short basal sclerites subparallel but widened and conjoined anteriorly, each with fine wavy tail-like basal extension. Female not dissected.

Material examined: DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: Distrito Nacional, La Malena, Boca Chica, 20.IX.1979, Marcano (1 female; MHND). Boca Chica, 4.VII.1985, W.E. Clark (1 male, 2 female; CWOB). 24 km E Santo Domingo, 30.V.1978, C.W. and L. O’Brien, G.B. Marshall (1 male; CWOB). Province Duarte, 15 km N.E. San Francisco de Macoris, 300m, V.1991, L. Masner, malaise trap (1 male, 2 females; CMNC). Province Hato Mayor, Parque Nacional Los Haitises, W. Sabana de la Mar, bosque humedeo, 2.VII.1992, M.A. & R.O. Ivie (1 male; CMNC). Province La Altagracia, 9 km SW Campo Nuevo, 1.VIII.1979, G.B. Marshall (1 female; CWOB). Province La Vega, 1 km N.W. Manabao, 5–6.VI.1994, M.C. Thomas (2 males; CMNC, FSCA). Manabao, 15.VII.1996, R. Turnbow (1 male; CMNC). Guaraguao, 12– 13.VII.1985, W.E. Clark (1 female; CWOB). Province San Cristobal, San Cristobal, Haina, 17.VII.1981, H. Dominguez (1 female; MHND). Province Santo Domingo, Parque Mirador del Norte, 27.V.2001, M. Takizawa (1 female; MHND). Province San Pedro de Macoris, near Juan Dolio, 4.v.1985, J. E. Wappes (1 male, 3 females; CWOB, FSCA, WIBF). The type series from Dominican Republic, La Estrelleta (now Elías Piña) Province, 4 km S.E. Rio Limpio, ca. 760 m, 24–25 May 1973, Don and Mignon Davis (holotype, 2 paratype females; USNM) was also examined.

Comments: The species appears to be widespread in the Dominican Republic.

FSCA

Florida State Collection of Arthropods, The Museum of Entomology

WIBF

West Indian Beetle Fauna Project Collection

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Curculionidae

Genus

Sicoderus

Loc

Sicoderus schoenherri Vanin

Anderson, Robert S. 2018
2018
Loc

Sicoderus schoenherri

Vanin 1986 : 596
Anderson 1999 : 135
Perez-Gelabert 2008 : 136