Antrops cochabamba, KITS & MARSHALL, 2013

KITS, JOEL H. & MARSHALL, STEPHEN A., 2013, <p class = " HeadingRunIn " align = " left "> <strong> Generic classification of the Archiborborinae (Diptera: Sphaeroceridae), with a revision of <em> Antrops </ em> Enderlein, <em> Coloantrops </ em> gen. nov., <em> Maculantrops </ em> gen. nov., <em> Photoantrops </ em> gen. nov., and <em> Poecilantrops </ em> gen. nov. </ strong> </ p>, Zootaxa 3704 (1), pp. 1-113 : 62

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Antrops cochabamba

sp. nov.

Antrops cochabamba View in CoL sp. nov.

( Figs. 85–89 View FIGURES 85–91 , 213 View FIGURES 213–221 )

Description. Male postabdomen: Sternite 5 as described for the species group. Surstylus with medial ridge thin, at about same level as posterior cleft, not projecting past anterior edge, ventral tooth narrow, anteroventral corner smoothly rounded ( Fig. 85 View FIGURES 85–91 ). Pregonite indistinct, fully fused with postgonite. Postgonite with lobes barely separated, anterior lobe quadrate, posterior lobe pointed, long, with a narrow tab projecting from medial face. Basiphallus narrow, with long epiphallus and preepiphallus. Distiphallus with small, setose dorsal knob ( Fig. 89 View FIGURES 85–91 ).

Female postabdomen: Tergites 6–7 and sternites 6–7 wider than long, moderately sclerotized, covered with microtomentum. Tergites with 3 posterior strips, sternites with 2 posterior strips. Tergite 8 shiny, widest anteriorly, posterior margin emarginated medially, anterior corners nearly meeting sternite 8 laterally. Epiproct with very short, broad anterior arms, covered with microtomentum except arms, with 1 pair of setae and an additional medial seta ( Fig. 87 View FIGURES 85–91 ). Cerci narrow. Sclerites of sternite 8 very narrow, microtomentum covering posterior quarter, apices with a hook-like structure, apical seta inserted on hook. Hypoproct depressed antero-medially ( Fig. 88 View FIGURES 85–91 ). Spermathecae round, apical invagination meeting basal invagination, sclerotized duct about half as long as spermatheca ( Fig. 89 View FIGURES 85–91 ).

Type material. Holotype ♂: BOLIVIA: Cochabamba: Siberia, W. Comarapa , 2500–2900 m, 18–19 Feb 1976, L.E. Peña, debu01034023 (1 ♂, CNCI) . Paratypes: Cochabamba: Sacaba (20 km E), 17°25.1'S 65°53.9'W, 3450 m, 24 Mar 2001, A. Friedberg (1 ♂, USNM); Yungas el Chapare, S Corani, 2900 m, 29–31 Jan 1976, L.E. Peña (1 ♀, CNCI) GoogleMaps . PERU: Cusco: 80–100 km NW of Cuzco , 6 Sep 1961, N.L.H. Krauss (1 ♂, 1 ♀, USNM) .

Comments. The species name is derived from the department which includes the type locality and should be treated as a noun in apposition.


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