Cylapoides Carvalho

Wolski, Andrzej, 2021, Revised classification of the New World Cylapini (Heteroptera: Miridae: Cylapinae): taxonomic review of the genera Cylapinus, Cylapoides and Peltidocylapus and a morphology-based phylogenetic analysis of tribe Cylapini, Zootaxa 5074 (1), pp. 1-66 : 61

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.5074.1.1

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https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5784480

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Cylapoides Carvalho
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Cylapoides Carvalho

Cylapoides Carvalho 1952a: 269 (new genus). Type species: Cylapoides bicolor Carvalho, 1952 (original designation). Cylapoides: Carvalho 1955: 21 (key to genera), 1957: 28 (catalog); Schuh 1995: 22 (catalog); Carvalho & Froeschner 1987: 128 (list); Gorczyca 2000: 48 (list), 2006a: 14 (catalog).

Diagnosis. Recognized by the following set of features: dorsum impunctate ( Figs 3c, d View FIGURE 3 , 11e View FIGURE 11 ); head broad, ca 3.6–5.0 x as wide as long; eyes not pedunculate, covering anterior magin of pronotum ( Figs 3c,d View FIGURE 3 , 11e View FIGURE 11 ); clypeal base weakly removed from ventral margin of eyes ( Fig. 8b View FIGURE 8 ); antennal insertion weakly removed from suture between maxillary and mandibular plates ( Fig. 8b View FIGURE 8 ); antenna relatively short, total length shorter than body length ( Fig. 3c, d View FIGURE 3 ); pronotum short, ca 5 x as wide as long ( Figs 3c, d View FIGURE 3 , 11e View FIGURE 11 ); endosoma composed of inflated, sclerotized lobes ( Fig. 12g View FIGURE 12 ); left paramere apical process with outgrowth basally ( Fig. 12h View FIGURE 12 ; Carvalho 1952: figs 7, 9); right paramere sickle-shaped ( Fig. 12i View FIGURE 12 ; Carvalho 1952: figs 7, 8).

Redescription. Male. COLORATION ( Figs 3c, d View FIGURE 3 ). Body dark brown with yellow and silvery areas. SURFACE AND VESTITURE. Dorsum impunctate ( Fig. 11e View FIGURE 11 ). Head. Covered with long, dense setae; antenna covered with short, semi-recumbent setae; setae on segment III and IV denser than those on segment II. Thorax. Pronotum, mesoscutum, scutellum and hemelytron. Covered with long, irregularly distributed, semi-recumbent setae. Thoracic pleura. Impunctate; covered with sparse, short setae. Abdomen. Covered with dense, reclining setae. STRUCTURE ( Figs 3c, d View FIGURE 3 , 8b View FIGURE 8 , 11e View FIGURE 11 ). Macropterous, elongate-oval. Head. Broad, ca 3.6 –5.0 x as wide as long; eyes not pedunculate, covering anterior margin of pronotum; vertex strongly carinate posteriorly; clypeal base weakly removed from ventral margin of eye; antennal insertion weakly removed from suture between maxillary and mandibular plates antenna relatively short, shorter than body length antenna long as long as body length; antennal segment I short, ca 0.3–0.4 x as long as interocular distance; antennal segment I and II weakly broadened toward apex, segment I slightly ticker than segment II; segments III and IV thinner than segment II, filiform; labium relatively thick, apex reaching II abdominal segment, its segments not subdivided. Thorax. Pronotum. Collar thin, delimited by shallow depression; calli flattened, separated by shallow depression; lateral margin rounded; pronotum short, ca 5 x as wide as long. Mesoscutum and scutellum. Weakly convex. Thoracic pleura. Scent gland evaporative areas moderately developed; peritreme weakly raised above evaporative areas, oval. Hemelytron. Embolium narrow; cuneus longer than wide. Legs. Short; tarsus with tarsomere I about two times shorter than tarsomere II and III combined; pretarsal claw toothed subapically. Genitalia. Endosoma composed of inflated, sclerotized lobes ( Fig. 12g View FIGURE 12 ). Left paramere with apical process with outgrowth basally ( Fig. 12h View FIGURE 12 ; Carvalho 1952: figs 7, 9). Right paramere sickle-shaped ( Fig. 12i View FIGURE 12 ; Carvalho 1952: figs 7, 8).

Female. Like male in coloration, structure, texture, and vestiture. For female genitalia see description of C.unicolor .

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Miridae

Loc

Cylapoides Carvalho

Wolski, Andrzej 2021
2021
Loc

Cylapoides

Schuh, R. T. 1995: 22
Carvalho, J. C. M. & Froeschner, R. C. 1987: 128
Carvalho, J. C. M. 1955: 21
Carvalho, J. C. M. 1952: 269
1952