Thraulodes schlingeri, ": Traver & Edmunds, 1967

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 : 54-55

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

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Thraulodes schlingeri
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Group schlingeri

Definition. Penis lobes short, swollen ventrally and greatly widened apically; telopenes in form of spear-like rolls, long, curved and directed medially-ventrally ( Figs 203–204 View FIGURES 203–206 , 236–239–242 View FIGURES 232–239 View FIGURES 240–245 ). In imago and subimago of both sexes, femora once-banded; abdominal tergum VI concolor with tergum VII ( Figs 198–199 View FIGURES 198–202 , 232–234 View FIGURES 232–239 ); the same coloration in Th. quevedoensis Flowers 2009 (see below) and Th. cochunaensis Dominguez 1987 . Both species placed to the group schlingeri have the same structure of labrum and larval cuticular coloration (see below). Tergalii have similar shape, but in Th. schlingeri they have side tracheae ( Figs 178–184 View FIGURES 174–189 ), while in Th. marreroi have not them ( Figs 220–226 View FIGURES 208–231 ).

Composition. Th. schlingeri Traver & Edmunds 1967 and Th. marreroi Chacon et al. 1999 .