Thraulodes sinuosus, Mariano & Flowers (in Mariano, Flowers & Froehlich, 2011

Kluge, Nikita J., 2020, Systematic position of Thraulodes Ulmer 1920 (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae) and descriptions of new and little-known species, Zootaxa 4756 (1), pp. 1-142 : 22

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.4756.1.1

publication LSID

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DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3811757

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/039787A6-FF88-8471-8CFB-FF07DF13FDB0

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Carolina

scientific name

Thraulodes sinuosus
status

 

Group sinuosus

Definition. Penis lobes small and extremely simplified, without apical widening; telopenes unusually short, unrolled and bent ventrally-proximally ( Figs 33 View FIGURES 25–34 , 38, 40 View FIGURES 35–41 , 54–55 View FIGURES 52–59 , 60 View FIGURES 60–63 ). In imago of both sexes, ventral side of pterothorax mostly ocher, with transverse orange band crossing anterior part of mesothoracic episterna and basisternum; abdominal sternum I brown, contrastingly darker than thoracic sterna and remainder abdominal sterna ( Figs 27 View FIGURES 25–34 , 53, 57 View FIGURES 52–59 ); femora with one multicolored apical band; in male, abdominal terga II–VI whitish, terga VII–X orange ( Figs 25 View FIGURES 25–34 , 52 View FIGURES 52–59 ) (the same coloration of legs and male abdomen in many other species).

Composition. Th. ludmilae sp. n. and Th. sinuosus Mariano & Flowers 2011 .