Pipunculus carlestolrai Kuznetzov, 1993, Kuznetzov, 1993

Kehlmaier, Christian, 2008, Finnish Pipunculidae (Diptera) studies Part I: Taxonomic notes on Cephalops Fallén, 1810, Pipunculus Latreille, 1802 and Tomosvaryella Aczél, 1939, Zootaxa 1672, pp. 1-42: 11-13

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.180216

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scientific name

Pipunculus carlestolrai Kuznetzov, 1993
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Pipunculus carlestolrai Kuznetzov, 1993  

( Figs 36, 40 View FIGURES 36 – 42 & 61–62 View FIGURES 55 – 66 )

Pipunculus carlestolrai Kuznetzov, 1993 a: 139  

Material: Spain, Cabrils, Can Tolrá, ahogado piscina: 1 ɗ, 6.VIII. 1991, Carles-Tolrá ( PCCK).

Male: Body length: 5.4mm. Wing length: 5.8mm. Flagellum yellowish brown. Frons greyish pollinose. Eyes meeting for slightly less than length of frons (15 facets). Postpronotal lobe bright yellow. Prescutum and scutum greyish pollinose in anterior quarter, otherwise brownish pollinose. Pleura grey pollinose. Subscutellum grey pollinose. LTC about 1.1 times LFC. Trochanter yellow. Femur with basal and apical sixth yellow. Hind femur somewhat concave in ventrobasal half (less than in P. l e n i s). Tibia yellow, ventrally darkened in apical two thirds. Hind tibia rather bent. Tarsi yellowish, with distitarsi darkened. Pulvilli of front legs slightly longer than distitarsi. Tergite 1 laterally grey pollinose, dorsally not assessable. Tergite 2–5 laterally with posterior half grey, anterior half brown pollinose. Dorsally, tergite 2 in anterior two thirds, tergite 3 in anterior half, tergite 4 in anterior third, tergite 5 in anterior quarter brown pollinose. Membranous area key-hole shaped, with a weak keel. Surstyli and epandrium yellowish brown with inner surstylus slightly smaller and shorter than outer one ( Fig. 36 View FIGURES 36 – 42 ). All three ejaculatory ducts clearly sclerotized, covered in large membranous sacks.

Female: Not studied. Kuznetzov (1993 a) provides a thorough description and figures the wing of the female holotype plus the abdomen and ovipositor of the holotype (see Figs 61–62 View FIGURES 55 – 66 ) and one paratype.

Annotations: The type series is currently with Sergey Kuznetzov in St. Petersburg and could not be studied. Pipunculus carlestolrai   is the only species of this genus known at present with an exclusively Mediterranean distribution, so far only recorded from Barcelona Province, Spain.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Pipunculidae

Genus

Pipunculus

Loc

Pipunculus carlestolrai Kuznetzov, 1993

Kehlmaier, Christian 2008
2008
Loc

Pipunculus carlestolrai

Kuznetzov 1993: 139
1993