Heteragrion bariai De Marmels, 1989

Stand-Pérez, Miguel Ángel, Bota-Sierra, Cornelio Andrés & Pérez-Gutiérrez, León Andrés, 2019, Heteragrion demarmelsi sp. nov., with taxonomic notes on Colombian Heteragrion species (Odonata: Heteragrionidae), Zootaxa 4623 (1), pp. 90-112: 96-97

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4623.1.6

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scientific name

Heteragrion bariai De Marmels, 1989
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Heteragrion bariai De Marmels, 1989  

( Figs. 4 View FIGURE 4 E–F, 7G–I, 12G–I, 17)

Material examined: UARC: 17 ♂♂, 3 ♀♀ December 2015, Caquetá Department, Araracuara Municipality, Guaca- mayo Guard, -0.6308, -72.2497 GoogleMaps   , Leg : L. Pérez, CEUA: GoogleMaps   3 ♂♂, 1 ♀ 11 June 2014 Meta Department, San Martín Mu- nicipality, Rey Zamuro Reserve , 3.5417, -73.3572 265m a.s.l., Leg : C. Moreno. ICN: GoogleMaps   1 ♀ Amazonas Department, Leticia Municipality , Km 2 road to Tarapacá -2.8786, -69.7442 GoogleMaps   . 2 ♀♀ Guaviare Department, San José Municipality , Vereda Playa Güio 2.5482, -72.7136. ANDES–E: GoogleMaps   1 ♂ Amazonas Department, Leticia Municipality, Yahuarcaca Lake -4.1942, -69.9547 GoogleMaps   . 2 ♂♂, 3 ♀♀ Puerto Nariño Municipality, Natura Park , El Vergel Community -3.8594, -70.2046 91m a.s.l., Leg : Y. Cano GoogleMaps   , 1 ♂ Meta Department, San Martín Municipality   . 2 ♂♂, 1 ♀ Vaupés Depart- ment, Mitú Municipality , Rivera Caño Sangre 1.2145, -70.2337 188m a.s.l., Leg : M. Sánchez GoogleMaps   , 1 ♀ Cucura 1.2009, -70.1794 191m a.s.l. GoogleMaps   , Leg : M. Sánchez   .

Remarks: This species was described by De Marmels (1989) from Cerro La Neblina, Río Negro Department in Venezuela. De Marmels (2004) described the larva. Bota-Sierra (2014) reported H. bariai   from Colombia (Meta Department) based on three males and one female. Here we report H. bariai   from Amazonas, Caquetá, Guaviare and Vaupés Departments.

The males of this species are small (abdomen around 35 mm) with color pattern similar to H. falvidorsum   , H. bickorum   and H. mitratum mitratum   . They differ from H. flavidorsum   and H. m. mitratum   because these two do not present ventrobasal convexity on cerci in mediodorsal view ( Figs. 9H View FIGURE 9 , 10H View FIGURE 10 ), and from H. bickorum   by the distance between bifurcation of medial process and tip of cerci close to one third the length of cerci in H. bariai   ( Fig. 7G View FIGURE 7 ), but close to half that distance in H. bickorum   ( Fig. 8A View FIGURE 8 ). Females are also small (abdomen around 31mm) and very similar in color pattern to H. breweri   ; they differ by the shape of basal teeth of valves in ventral view, rectangular in H. breweri   ( Fig. 13E View FIGURE 13 ), but rounded in H. bariai   ( Fig. 12H View FIGURE 12 ).

ICN

Instituto de Ciencias Naturales, Museo de Historia Natural