Campsurus segnis Needham & Murphy,

Molineri, Carlos & Salles, Frederico F., 2017, Review of selected species of Campsurus Eaton 1868 (Ephemeroptera: Polymitarcyidae), with description of eleven new species and a key to male imagos of the genus, Zootaxa 4300 (3), pp. 301-354: 338-340

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Campsurus segnis Needham & Murphy
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Campsurus segnis Needham & Murphy 

( Figs. 138–139View FIGURES 138 – 145, 146–150View FIGURES 146 – 150, 176View FIGURES 176 – 177)

Campsurus segnis Needham & Murphy, 1924: 19  ; Morgan, 1929: 61; Spieth, 1943: 5; Traver, 1947: 380; Domínguez et al., 2006: 579.

Type material. Holotype ♂ i slide N°622.1 from GUYANA, Bartica , 14.xi.1920, AE Emerson col. (body and wings, CUIC), and paratype ♂ i slide N°622.4 (wings, CUIC) and slide N° 622.6 (genitalia and wings, CUIC), same data as holotype. 

Additional material. FRENCH GUIANA: 6 ♂ i and 6 ♀ i from Sinnamary, riv. Saut Aimara, piège lum., 14.vi.1994, V Horeau col. ( FAMU, except 1 ♂ i and 1 ♀ i at IBN, slides IBN372CM and IBN371CM). VENEZUELA: 2 ♂ and 7 ♀ i from Bolivar, Aponwao (sitio 1), N 5° 51' 2" / W 61° 27' 52", 1340m, 20.xi.2005, ME Grillet col. ( MLBV)GoogleMaps  ; 2 ♂ and 6 ♀ i from Bolivar, Kavanayen (sitio 3), N 5° 37' 27" / W61° 44' 37", 1355m, 21.xi.2005, ME Grillet col. (IBN)GoogleMaps  ; 1 ♂ and 4 ♀ i from Bolivar, Mareman-Paru (sitio 6), N 5° 44' 49" / W61° 24' 06", 1308m, 26.vi.2007, ME Grillet col. (IBN).GoogleMaps 

Male imago. Length (mm): body, 8.5–9.8; forewing, 8.0–9.8; hind wing, 3.5–4.5; cercus, 22.0–24.0; forelegs lost.

Female imago: body, 9.0–12.8; fore wing, 11.7–13.0; hind wing, 4.2–5.0; cercus, 3.7–4.0. Sockets on abdominal sternum VIII formed by long, thin furrow, ending in two separated, but contiguous, sockets ( Figs. 149– 150View FIGURES 146 – 150).

Egg. Length, 320–335 µm; width, 250–260 µm. Yellowish, no polar cap, with small circular, amorphous adhesive structure on convex side.

Distribution ( Fig. 181View FIGURES 181). Guyana (orig.), Brazil (Pará, Igarape-Açu, 25.i.1912, HS Parish col., in Needham & Murphy 1924, approx S 1° 7' 37" / W 47° 37' 23"). New records: French Guiana and Venezuela.

Diagnosis. Campsurus segnis  is known from adults of both sexes, and it can be distinguished from other species of Campsurus  by: 1) male sternum IX with straight to broadly convex hind margin ( Fig. 138View FIGURES 138 – 145); 2) pedestal bases distinctly separated in the middle ( Fig. 138View FIGURES 138 – 145), parastylus very long and slender (p in Fig. 138View FIGURES 138 – 145), inner corner also projected but slightly (ic in Fig. 138View FIGURES 138 – 145); 3) penes base large (bp in Fig. 138View FIGURES 138 – 145), main lobe of penes thin, long and cylindrical, curved ventromedially (ml in Figs. 138–139View FIGURES 138 – 145), secondary lobe of penes long and slender (sl in Figs. 138–139View FIGURES 138 – 145) but shorter than main lobe; 4) small size (length of male fore wings 7–8 mm); 5) female sockets formed by a long, thin furrow ending in two separated but contiguous sockets ( Figs. 149–150View FIGURES 146 – 150); 6) eggs without polar cap, with amorphous structure on convex side.

Discussion. Campsurus segnis  is similar to C. ulmeri Traver (1947)  and to C. cotaxe  sp. nov. because all of them have pedestals that are distinctly separated in the middle, a relatively long parastylus and thin, long and cylindrical penes lobes. Details that separate these species are discused below.

CUIC

Cornell University Insect Collection

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Ephemeroptera

Family

Polymitarcyidae

Genus

Campsurus

Loc

Campsurus segnis Needham & Murphy

Molineri, Carlos & Salles, Frederico F. 2017
2017
Loc

Campsurus segnis Needham & Murphy, 1924 : 19

Dominguez 2006: 579
Traver 1947: 380
Spieth 1943: 5
Morgan 1929: 61
Needham 1924: 19
1924