Celidodacus coloniarum ( Speiser, 1915 )

Huangfu, Ning, Zhu, Chaodong & Chen, Xiaolin, 2019, A new species of Celidodacus Hendel, with notes on C. coloniarum (Speiser) and C. obnubilus (Karsch), Zoological Systematics 44 (3), pp. 240-246 : 241-243

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.11865/zs.201919

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:F1D7E6E7-4318-42CC-9566-6156B44B7C75

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4617128

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/03CDB311-FF88-FF8C-75BF-F9A6FD6AFE59

treatment provided by

Carolina

scientific name

Celidodacus coloniarum ( Speiser, 1915 )
status

 

Celidodacus coloniarum ( Speiser, 1915) ( Figs 11–16 View Figures 11–16 )

Acidia coloniarum Speiser, 1915: 102 . Type-locality: Tiko, Limbe, Cameroon; Sigitale, Tanzania.

Celidodacus coloniarum ssp. mendax Hering, 1940: 1 . Type-locality: Manow, Tanzania.

Conradtina conjuncta Enderlein, 1920: 344 . Type-locality: Equatorial Guinea.

Celidodacus coloniarum: Hancock, 1986: 299 .

Redescription. Frons, gena, postgena and ventral part of occiput dark brown, dorsal part of occiput yellow-brown. Pleura dark, scutum ( Fig. 15 View Figures 11–16 ) red-brown with two narrow longitudinal black vittae and two pale brown bands; legs brown except femora almost black. Wing ( Fig. 13 View Figures 11–16 ) with isolated apical patch and 2 separate transverse black bands: apical patch having a hyaline spot in apex of cell r 4+5, subcostal band from pterostigma through vein BM-Cu to convergent point of vein Cu 2 and A 1; radial-medial band from wing anterior margin through crossvein R-M and almost reaching posterior edge of wing; subcostal band about twice as wide as radial-medial band; vein R 4+5 setulose to beyond crossvein R-M. Abdomen ( Fig. 16 View Figures 11–16 ) dark brown to black; tergites 1+2, 3 and 4 brown, tergites 5–6 black, tergites 1+2 with one pair vague medial yellow-brown patch; oviscape black, tapering and cylindrical, almost equal to combined length of tergites 5–6, middle width to length ratio about 0.5.

Material examined. 1♀ ( USNM), Kenya, Western Province , Kakamega forest, Malaise trap, 1550 m, 0°14′N, 34°51′E, 10–24 February 2007, leg. R. Copeland GoogleMaps .

Distribution. Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria, Cameroon, Zaire, Rwanda, Tanzania, Malawi, Kenya, Zimbabwe and Mocambique.

Remarks. The species is first recorded in Kenya.

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

R

Departamento de Geologia, Universidad de Chile

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Tephritidae

Genus

Celidodacus

Loc

Celidodacus coloniarum ( Speiser, 1915 )

Huangfu, Ning, Zhu, Chaodong & Chen, Xiaolin 2019
2019
Loc

Celidodacus coloniarum:

Hancock 1986: 299
1986
Loc

Celidodacus coloniarum ssp. mendax

Hering 1940: 1
1940
Loc

Conradtina conjuncta

Enderlein 1920: 344
1920
Loc

Acidia coloniarum

Speiser 1915: 102
1915