Xiphocentron (Antillotrichia) jaguare Rocha, Dumas & Nessimian 2017,

Vilarino, Albane & Bispo, Pitágoras C., 2020, New records and two new species of Xiphocentron Brauer 1870 (Trichoptera Xiphocentronidae) from southern Atlantic Forest, Brazil, Zootaxa 4851 (2), pp. 386-400: 393

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4851.2.11

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:3F1C604F-22B1-43AD-8520-0A1B47E25843

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4407919

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scientific name

Xiphocentron (Antillotrichia) jaguare Rocha, Dumas & Nessimian 2017
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Xiphocentron (Antillotrichia) jaguare Rocha, Dumas & Nessimian 2017 

Figs 22–24View FIGURES 20–26

Material examined. BRAZIL— Goiás: 148 ♂♂ ♀♀ ( DZRJ) Alto Paraíso: PARNA  Chapada dos Veadeiros, córrego Rodoviarinha; 14º09′35.4″S; 47º49′33.4″W, 901 m, 25–28.iii.2013; Malaise trap; APM Santos , DM Takiya leg.GoogleMaps 

Distribution. Brazil (Minas Gerais and Goiás [new record] states) ( Fig. 39View FIGURE 39).

Remarks. In addition to the diagnostic characters included in the original description of X. jaguare  , this species is also distinguished by having segment V of the maxillary palps very reduced, being smaller than all other preceding segments ( Figs 23, 24View FIGURES 20–26, arrows). Furthermore, the eyes are distinctly large ( Fig. 22View FIGURES 20–26). The species occurs on the Paraná and Tocantins Basins, with records from the Cerrado of Minas Gerais and Goiás states ( Fig. 39View FIGURE 39).

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Dominion Museum