Japanagallia

Li, Hu, Dai, Ren-Huai & Li, Zi-Zhong, 2014, Additions to Japanagallia Ishihara (Hemiptera, Cicadellidae, Megophthalminae) from Guizhou, and Yunnan Provinces, and Guangxi Autonomous Region, Southwest China, Zootaxa 3754 (2), pp. 133-147: 134-135

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3754.2.3

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:A219BE37-F870-4462-81F1-F74CD3182E37

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5296522

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03B487C9-597B-A25F-82DF-7B6A0CC25ACF

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scientific name

Japanagallia
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Key to species of the genus Japanagallia  

1. Aedeagal shaft very short with length less than two times width in lateral view..................................... 2

– Aedeagal shaft long and slender with length more than two times width in lateral view............................... 3

2. Aedeagal dorsal apodeme with pair of long processes exceeding caudal margin of pygofer; preatrium stocky ( Viraktamath et al. 2012: 16, Figs 17 View FIGURES 9 – 21 D, G–H).............................................. J. palmata Viraktamath, Dai & Zhang  

– Aedeagal dorsal apodeme less developed without long processes; preatrium elongated with long process ( Viraktamath 2011: 95, Figs 469–470)................................................................. J. yoshimotoi Viraktamath  

3. Aedeagal shaft never markedly curved dorsally or caudally ( Viraktamath 2011: 85, Figs 421–422)..................... 4

– Aedeagal shaft clearly curved dorsally or caudally ( Figs 38 View FIGURES 31 – 39 , 46 View FIGURES 40 – 55 )................................................ 6

4. Aedeagal preatrium well developed, with long process of same length as aedeagal shaft ( Viraktamath 2011: 84, Fig. 415)...................................................................................... J. javana Viraktamath  

– Aedeagal preatrium less developed, without long process...................................................... 5

5. Aedeagal shaft with apical unpaired short process directed ventrally and paired longer processes pointed ventrally on ventral margin ( Viraktamath 2011: 85, Figs 421–422).......................................... J. longipenis Viraktamath  

– Aedeagal shaft with subapical spinelike and hornlike processes directed dorsally on dorsal margin and long process pointed ventrally on ventral margin ( Cai et al. 2001: 200, Fig. 69)....................................... J. longa Cai & He  

6. Aedeagal shaft curved dorsally......................................................................... 7

– Aedeagal shaft curved caudally......................................................................... 21

7. Aedeagus with poorly developed dorsal apodeme and preatrium ( Viraktamath et al. 2012: 14, Figs 13 View FIGURES 9 – 21 C–D)...................................................................................... J. decliva Viraktamath, Dai & Zhang  

– Aedeagus with strongly developed dorsal apodeme, or preatrium, or both........................................ 8

8. Aedeagal shaft without processes......................................................................... 9

– Aedeagal shaft with processes.......................................................................... 11

9. Apex of aedeagal shaft bifurcated, dorsal apodeme shorter than aedeagal shaft ( Viraktamath 2011: 91, Figs 459, 461)....................................................................................... J. sumatrana Viraktamath  

– Apex of aedeagal shaft not bifurcated, dorsal apodeme longer than aedeagal shaft................................. 10

10. Apex of aedeagal shaft pointed in lateral view, preatrial process with median bilobed process in addition to lateral pointed lobes, hoodlike ( Viraktamath 2011: 89, Figs 440–441).................................... J. nepalensis Viraktamath  

– Apex of aedeagal shaft truncated in lateral view, preatrial process distally broadly bilobed, platelike ( Viraktamath et al. 2012: 13, Figs 12 View FIGURES 9 – 21 F–G)........................................................ J. curvipenis Viraktamath, Dai & Zhang  

11. Aedeagal shaft with lamellate   processes.................................................................. 12

– Aedeagal shaft with spinelike or slender processes.......................................................... 15

12. Aedeagus asymmetrical.............................................................................. 13

– Aedeagus symmetrical................................................................................ 14

13. Aedeagal shaft with short spatulate process on left hand side of shaft ( Viraktamath 2011: 89, Figs 447–448)............................................................................................... J. peculiaris Viraktamath  

– Aedeagal shaft with two triangular processes in ventral view ( Zhang 2010: 56, Figs 18–20 View FIGURES 9 – 21 ; Viraktamath et al. 2012: 16, Figs 16 View FIGURES 9 – 21 F–G)............................................................................... J. lamellate Zhang  

14. Aedeagal apex without process ( Viraktamath 2011: 84, Figs 408–409)......................... J. curvata Viraktamath  

– Aedeagal apex with two fingerlike processes ( Viraktamath et al. 2012: 17, Figs 18 View FIGURES 9 – 21 C–E).................................................................................................... J. sclerotica Viraktamath, Dai & Zhang  

15. Apex of aedeagus with pair of spinelike processes ( Zhang 2010: 53, Figs 11–12 View FIGURES 9 – 21 )...................... J. spinosa Zhang  

– Apex of aedeagus without processes..................................................................... 16

16. Gonopore surrounded by collar with uneven width ( Viraktamath 2011: 87, Fig. 425).............. J. malaisei Viraktamath  

– Gonopore surrounded not surrounded by collar............................................................. 17

17. Aedeagus without preatrial process; shaft dorsal margin bearing pair of short processes at base ( Viraktamath 2011: 91, Figs 454–455).......................................................................... J. pteridis (Matsumura)  

– Aedeagus with well-developed preatrial process; shaft dorsal margin not bearing processes at base................... 18

18. Dorsal apodeme and preatrial process of same length as shaft, anchorlike, both with variously shaped processes on dorsal mar- gins ( Viraktamath 2011: 87, Fig. 433) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • J. mussooriensis Viraktamath  

– Dorsal apodeme and preatrial process of different length from shaft, one or both without additional processes on dorsal mar- gins............................................................................................... 19

19. Aedeagal preatrial process longer than shaft, with trifurcated apex ( Figs 46–51 View FIGURES 40 – 55 ).................... J. trifurcata   sp. nov.

– Aedeagal preatrial process shorter than shaft, with bifurcated or unbranched apex................................ 20

20. Aedeagal shaft with inflated base, and subapical pair of short spinelike processes on lateral margins in ventral view, preatrial process very short; pygofer lobe with caudal margin serrated ( Figs 34–35, 38 – 39 View FIGURES 31 – 39 )................ J. viraktamathi   sp. nov.

– Aedeagal shaft without inflated base or subapical process on lateral margins in ventral view, preatrial process slender and lon- ger than shaft; pygofer lobe with caudal margins not serrated ( Figs 4, 7–8 View FIGURES 1 – 8 )........................ J. gracilenta   sp. nov.

21. Aedeagus shaft asymmetrical in ventral aspect............................................................. 22

– Aedeagus shaft symmetrical in ventral aspect.............................................................. 23

22. Aedeagal shaft with series of spines of various sizes on midventral margin ( Viraktamath et al. 2012: 15, Figs 15 View FIGURES 9 – 21 H–I)............................................................................ J. multispina Viraktamath, Dai & Zhang  

– Aedeagal shaft without series of spines on midventral margin ( Viraktamath 2011: 82, Figs 404–405) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •.............................................................................. J. asymmetrica Viraktamath  

23. Aedeagal shaft with broad apex ( Viraktamath 2011: 92, Fig. 464).............................. J. tappana (matsumura)  

– Aedeagal shaft with narrow apex....................................................................... 24

24. Aedeagal shaft without process on dorsal margin and with laterally two platelike processes at base ( Viraktamath 2011: 89, Figs 435–436)....................................................................... J. neotappana Viraktamath  

– Aedeagal shaft with hooked or spinelike process on dorsal margin and without laterally processes at base............. 25

25. Aedeagal shaft with apical half elongated; male pygofer lobe with smooth caudal margins.......................... 26

– Aedeagal shaft with apical half not elongated; male pygofer lobe with serrated caudal margins ( Cai et al. 2001: 201, Figs 78, 80).................................................................................. J. dentate Cai & He

26. Aedeagal shaft with forked process directed dorsally at base on dorsal margin, and respectively with pair of spinelike processes below gonopore on dorsal and ventral margins; aedeagal preatrium bearing pair of slender processes; male pygofer lobe with pair of spinelike processes at caudodorsal margin ( Figs 29–30 View FIGURES 22 – 30 )................................ J. neohamata   sp. nov.

– Aedeagal shaft with spinelike process directed dorsally near base on dorsal margin, and pair of long processes twisted ven- troanteriorly on lateral margins near apex; aedeagal preatrium not bearing processes; male pygofer lobe without processes at caudal margin ( Figs 16–17 View FIGURES 9 – 21 ; Zhang and Li, 1999: 107, Fig. 4 View FIGURES 1 – 8 ).................................. J. hamata Zhang & Li