Anchises parvulus ( Westwood, 1837 )

WALL, MICHAEL A., 2007, A revision of the Solomonius-group of the stinkbug tribe Halyini (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae: Pentatominae), Zootaxa 1539 (1), pp. 1-84: 8-10

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Anchises parvulus ( Westwood, 1837 )
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Anchises parvulus ( Westwood, 1837)  

( Figs. 2A View FIGURE 2 , 3 View FIGURE 3 A-D, 4)

Halys parvula Westwood, 1837: 22  

Spudaeus parvulus: Dallas, 1851: 169   (misdetermination); Dohrn, 1859: 12 (listed); Walker, 1867: 201 (record); Stål, 1876: 40 (synonymy); Distant, 1888: 477 (record); Lethierry & Severin, 1893: 95 (synonymy); Distant, Proc.1900: 809, 820 (synonymy)

Anchises sulcicornis Stål, 1869: 228   (syn. by Leston, 1957); Stål, 1876: 45 (listed); Lethierry & Severin, 1893: 100 (listed); Kirkaldy, 1909: 195 (listed); Horváth, 1915: 250–251, fig. 15 (descriptive note, keyed); Leston, 1957: 188 (synonymy)

Austromalaya parvula: Kirkaldy, 1909: 188   (synonymy)

Theseus parvulus: Bergroth, 1912: 24   . (misdetermination; taxonomic status)

Anchises parvulus: Leston, 1958: 42   (nomenclature); Gross, 1976: 285 (taxonomic status)

Redescription. Body 2X longer than broad ( Fig. 2A View FIGURE 2 ). Tylus surpassing juga, slightly dilated apically. Posterior margins of eyes convex.

Labium reaching abdominal fifth sternite (fourth visible); ratios 1:1.8:1.4:1. Ostiole of metathoracic scent gland lenticulate; peritreme strap–shaped, curved anteriorly, apically rounded, apex deflexed away from pleura, 7–8X longer than wide, reaching 2/3 of distance from ostiole of metathoracic scent gland to lateral metapleural margin; evaporative area covering much of meso- and metapleuron. Episternal ridge located 4/5 of distance between ostiole of metathoracic scent gland and lateral margin of metapleuron.

Color and vestiture. Ground color straminous with black punctures. Entire body with piceous lateral bands. Antennae with segment I with piceous longitudinal dorsal marking; segments II–V straminous proximally becoming castaneous distally. Pronotum with triangular dark markings on posterior margin formed by high concentrations of punctures; scutellum with two dark lateral longitudinal bands. Legs mostly straminous with castaneous speckling, tibiae with two testaceous bands. Antennae with segments I–II waxy with sparse vestiture, segments III–V with dense short pile.

Male. Outer ventral rim of pygophore posteriorly produced; dorsolateral lobes short, broadly curved apically ( Fig. 3B–D View FIGURE 3 ). Proctiger as wide as long; basal sclerite wider than long, posterior margin concave ( Fig. 3D View FIGURE 3 ).

Female. Eighth gonocoxa broadly triangular, rounded apically, leaving most of ninth gonocoxae exposed. Ninth laterotergites elongate, distally surpassing posterior margin of eighth tergite ( Fig. 3A View FIGURE 3 ).

Measurements. Males (n=3): body length 16.4 SD 1.1 (15.5–17.6), anterior pronotal width 4.1 SD 0.2 (3.9–4.2), humeral width 8.6 SD 0.3 (8.3–9.0), scutellar length 5.8 SD 0.4 (5.4–6.2), medial length of sixth sternite (sixth visible) 0.9 SD 0.4 (0.7–1.4), medial length of seventh sternite (sixth visible) 2.8 SD <0.1 (2.8– 2.8). Females (n=3): body length 17.3 SD 0.2 (17.1–17.6), anterior pronotal width 4.2 SD 0.1 (4.1–4.2), humeral width 9.3 SD 0.6 (8.8–9.9), scutellar length 6.0 SD 0.2 (5.9–6.2), medial length of sixth sternite (fifth visible) 1.3 SD 0.04 (1.3–1.4), medial length of seventh sternite (sixth visible) 2.1 SD 0.2 (2.0–2.3). Appendages in Table 1.

Specimens examined. Australia: Queensland, - 1 ♀ ( AM)   ; Brisbane , [27° 30' S, 153° 1' E], 1 July 1915, coll. Bridwell - 1 ♀ ( USNM) GoogleMaps   ; Cairns , [16° 55' S, 145° 46' E], coll. A. M. Lea - 1 ♂ ( SAMA) GoogleMaps   ; Cape York , [10° 43' S, 142° 28' E], 16–17 August 1973, coll. G.B. Monteith - 1 ♂ ( QM) GoogleMaps   ; Collitsville (10 mi. SSE)   , [20° 33' S, 147° 51' E], 14 September 1950 - 1 ♂ ( ANIC) GoogleMaps   ; Goodnight, Scrub & Burnett R., [24° 46' S, 152° 25' E], 1–30 September 1987, coll. W. Horton - 1 ♂ ( QM) GoogleMaps   ; Magnetic Island , [19° 8' S, 146° 50' E], coll. A. M. Lea - 1 ♀ ( AM) GoogleMaps   ; Melville Island , [11° 40' S, 131° 00' E], coll. W. D. Dodd ( SAMA) GoogleMaps   - 1 ♀; Townsville , [19° 15' S, 146° 48' E], coll. G. Hill - 1 ♀ ( AM) GoogleMaps   ; PAPUA NEW GUINEA: Central Province, Laloki R., [9° 8' S, 146° 57' E], 25 May 1967, coll. R. Blackheath - 1 ♀ ( BMNH) GoogleMaps   ; Port Moresby, Boroko , [9° 28' S, 147° 11' E], 6–7 November 1960, coll. J.L. Gressitt - 2 ♂♂ ( BPBM) GoogleMaps   ; SE: Brown River , [9° 15' S, 147° 4' E], 21–25 May 1956, coll. E.Ford - 1 ♂ ( BPBM) GoogleMaps   .

Distribution. Coastal Queensland and Papua New Guinea ( Fig. 4 View FIGURE 4 ).

AM

Australian Museum

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

SAMA

South Australia Museum

QM

Queensland Museum

ANIC

Australian National Insect Collection

BPBM

Bishop Museum

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Pentatomidae

Genus

Anchises

Loc

Anchises parvulus ( Westwood, 1837 )

WALL, MICHAEL A. 2007
2007
Loc

Anchises parvulus:

Gross, G. F. 1976: 285
Leston, D. 1958: 42
1958
Loc

Theseus parvulus:

Bergroth, E. 1912: 24
1912
Loc

Austromalaya parvula:

Kirkaldy, G. W. 1909: 188
1909
Loc

Anchises sulcicornis Stål, 1869: 228

Leston, D. 1957: 188
Horvath, G. 1915: 250
Kirkaldy, G. W. 1909: 195
Lethierry, L. & Severin G. 1893: 100
Stal, C. 1876: 45
Stal, C. 1869: 228
1869
Loc

Spudaeus parvulus:

Lethierry, L. & Severin G. 1893: 95
Distant, W. L. 1888: 477
Stal, C. 1876: 40
Walker, F. 1867: 201
Dohrn, A. 1859: 12
Dallas, W. S. 1851: 169
1851
Loc

Halys parvula

Westwood, J. O. 1837: 22
1837