Ectopsocidae, Roesler, 1944

Manchola, Oscar Fernando Saenz, Obando, Ranulfo González & García Aldrete, Alfonso N., 2014, Ectopsocidae (Psocodea: ‘ Psocoptera’) from Valle del Cauca and NNP Gorgona, Colombia, Zootaxa 3786 (5), pp. 523-540 : 524-525

publication ID

https://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3786.5.2

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DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4913583

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scientific name

Ectopsocidae
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Key to the species of Ectopsocidae from Valle del Cauca and NNP Gorgona

1. Females............................................................................................ 2

-. Males............................................................................................ 14

2. Subgenital plate with a single apical lobe................................................................. 3

-. Subgenital plate with two apical lobes.....................................................................4

3. Macropterous; subgenital plate with apical lobes subrectangular, short, without setae. Gonapophyses incomplete, with V1 and V2 fused, V3 short, stout and with apical setae; ninth sternum sclerotized, covered by a squamous membrane, spermapore visible Ectopsocopsis cryptomeriae Enderlein

-. Brachypterous; subgenital plate with apical lobes bell-shaped, short and broad basally, with apical setae. Gonapophyses complete, V1 and V2 membranous, V3 with marginal and apical setae. Ninth sternum membranous, spermapore not visible................................................................................. Ectopsocus richardsi Pearman

4. Forewings with light brown spots in margin of veins and R-M union or with a brownish pigmentation pattern and hyaline fenestrae in several cells 5

-. Forewings without a pigmentation pattern, rather uniform in coloration......................................... 9

5. Forewings with light brown spots at distal ends of veins, R-M union and antero-posterior margin of pterostigma.............................................................................................. ( briggsi complex) ...6

-. Forewings with a complex pattern of coloration brown or light brown and several hyaline fenestrae................... 8

6. Spine of the paraproct margin simple............................................. Ectopsocus californicus Banks

-. Spine of the paraproct margin bifid...................................................................... 7

7. Apical lobes of subgenital plate long and straight. Marginal spine of paraprocts asymmetric Ectopsocus meridionalis Ribaga

-. Apical lobes of subgenital plate relatively short and curved inward. Marginal spine of paraprocts symmetric......................................................................................... Ectopsocus briggsi McLachlan

8. Forewings with dark brown pigmentation pattern; posterior half with six hyaline fenestrae in antero-posterior margins of R 1, anterior margin of R 4+5, M 1, M 2 and M 3 cells. Pterostigma light brown, with dark apex. Hindwing margin glabrous........................................................................................ Ectopsocus andinus n. sp.

-. Forewings with light brown pigmentation pattern; posterior half with seven hyaline fenestrae in antero-posterior margins of R 1, anterior margin of R 2+3, R 4+5, M 1, M 2 and M 3 cells. Pterostigma opaque with base and apex brown. Hindwing margin with setae....................................................................... Ectopsocus thorntoni García Aldrete

9. Forewings light brown or brown....................................................................... 10

-. Forewings pale creamy or pale yellowish................................................................ 12

10. Apical lobes of subgenital plate short, stout, apically blunt, with 3-4 long setae; marginal spine of paraprocts simple, long and sharp; forewings stout and with long setae, with additional row in margin (from Sc to R 4+5); hindwing with setae on margin............................................................................... Ectopsocus pilosus Badonnel

-. Apical lobes of subgenital plate subtriangular and long...................................................... 11

11. Sensory fields of paraprocts with nine trichobotria, eight in basal rosettes, transverse row with 5-6 long setae; subgenital plate with apical lobes stout, curved inward, with four setae............................... Ectopsocus vilhenaioides n. sp.

-. Sensory fields of paraprocts with seven trichobotria, six in basal rosettes, transverse row with 4 long setae; subgenital plate with two brown lateral spots and a longitudinal unpigmented central area; apical lobes almost straight and slender, with three short setae.............................................................. Ectopsocus columbianus Badonnel

12. External valves of gonapophyses lobulated, short and stout; spermapore comma-shaped, well sclerotized............................................................................................. Ectopsocus valvilobatus n. sp.

-. External valve of gonapophyses not lobulated............................................................. 13

13. Apical lobes of subgenital plate short, with two short setae in apex; marginal spine of paraprocts long, robust and simple.............................................................................. Ectopsocus maindroni Badonnel

-. Apical lobes of subgenital plate very short, blunt, with three or four setae in margin and apex; marginal spine of paraprocts short, robust and bifid Ectopsocus titschacki Jentsch

14. Brachypterous................................................................ Ectopsocus richardsi Pearman

-. Macropterous...................................................................................... 15

15. Clunium with a basal sclerotized process and without apical comb; phallosome with external parameres slender and sharp, internal parameres fused; with numerous radular sclerites and with a sclerotized caudal, sword shaped projection.............................................................................. Ectopsocopsis cryptomeriae (Enderlein)

-. Clunium without a basal sclerotized process and with apical comb............................................ 16

16. Forewings with light brown spots in margin of veins and R-M union or with a brownish pigmentation pattern and several hyaline fenestrae in several cells.......................................................................... 17

-. Forewings of rather uniform coloration.................................................................. 18

17. Phallosome with distal half of external parameres stout and curved outward, internal parameres fused into a V-shaped structure apically blunt................................................................... Ectopsocus andinus n. sp.

-. Phallosome with distal half of external parameres stout and curved inward, internal parameres fused to form a W-shaped structure Ectopsocus thorntoni García Aldrete

18. Forewings light brown or brown....................................................................... 19

-. Forewings slightly cream or light yellow................................................................. 21

19. Clunium subrectangular, with apical and preapical comb of short teeth and with a central field of small tubercles....................................................................................... Ectopsocus pilosus Badonnel

-. Clunium cone-shaped, with apical comb and two tubercular fields............................................ 20

20. Internal parameres of phallosome fused, cup-shaped with a stout, keeled apex............ Ectopsocus vilhenaioides n. sp.

-. Internal parameres of phallosome fused, cup-shaped with a broad apex................... Ectopsocus vilhenai Badonnel

21. External parameres of phallosome slightly sclerotized, internal parameres fused in an inverted cup-shaped structure, with two long radular sclerites apically projected. Clunium with apical comb only................. Ectopsocus titschacki Jentsch

-. External parameres of phallosome well sclerotized......................................................... 22

22.. External parameres of phallosome short, stout, with spinulose surface; clunium membranous with apical comb discontinuous in apical half and with two preapical tubercular fields.............................. Ectopsocus maindroni Badonnel

-. External parameres of phallosome long, with distal half stout, internal parameres fused in a V-shaped structure; clunium vaseshaped, with two antero-lateral fields of dense, large tubercles........................ Ectopsocus gorgonaensis n. sp.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Psocodea

Family

Ectopsocidae