Proarna grisea ( Fabricius, 1775 )

Sanborn, Allen F., 2020, The cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of Ecuador including the description of five new species, a new subtribe, four new synonymies, and fifteen new records, Zootaxa 4880 (1), pp. 1-80: 22-23

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4880.1.1

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Proarna grisea ( Fabricius, 1775 )
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Proarna grisea ( Fabricius, 1775)  

[ Tettigonia] grisea Fabricius 1775: 678   . (America) REMARKS.—The Ecuadorian species of Proarna   of intermediate size with specimens reaching body lengths of 26–27 mm. It can be distinguished from P. guttulosa ( Walker, 1858b)   by the costal margin that is straight as it extends from its base, the presence of infuscation on the nodal line of the fore wing, the stouter body, and the proportionately wider pronotum. The small size and almost complete macular infuscation on the fore wing veins distinguish P. insignis Distant, 1881   from this species.

DISTRIBUTION.—The species has been reported from Ecuador, Guyana, Peru, South America, Venezuela, and the West Indies ( Metcalf 1963a; Sanborn 2013; 2020b; Sanborn & Heath 2014) with recent records expanding the distribution to Bolivia ( Sanborn 2019b). Goding (1925) reported the species from Chunchi, Chimborazo province, Baeza, Napo province, Angelica, Los Ríos province, Barraganetal and Milagro in Guayas province, Surula, Morona Santiago province, and Rio Víllacao in Ecuador.

MATERIAL EXAMINED— “ ECUADOR: Sucumbíos / E Nueva Loja, Oil / Station at Parajuaca / 29 Dec 1969, TC- MacRae ” one female ( UMRM); “ ECUADOR: Napo Prov. / Misahualli ; 485 m / 21 July 1993; L–46 / colls. Sites , Linit , Nichos / mercury vapor st. lights   ” one female ( UMRM), one female ( AFSC); “ ECUADOR: Napo Prov. / Las Minas nr Misahualli / 503 m; 21 July 1993; L–45 / colls. Sites , Linit , Nichos / mercury vapor st. lights   ” two females ( UMRM); “ ECUADOR: Napo / Prov. 25km.e. Puerto / Napo, 450m. ix–1997 // B.&B. Valentin coll. // Jatun Sacha / Bio / Reserve / u-v light // Valentine / Coll’n / Rec. 2016” two females ( FSCA); “ ECUADOR: Provincia de / Francisco de Orellana   / Yasuni National Park / S 00º 40.478 W076º 23.866 / A. Caranci, C. Taylor / 20.i.2010 Station Lights” one female ( UDCC); GoogleMaps   “ ECUADOR: Provincia de / Francisco de Orellana   / Yasuni National Park / S 00º 40.478 W076º 23.866 / A. Caranci, C. Taylor / 18.i.2010 Station Lights” two females ( UDCC); GoogleMaps   “ ECUADOR: Provincia de / Francisco de Orellana   / Yasuni National Park / S 00º 40.478 W076º 23.866 / A. Caranci, C. Taylor / 24.i.2010 Station Lights” one female ( UDCC); GoogleMaps   “ ECUADOR: Pichincha Prov. / Tinlandia, ele. 700 m. / 17 km E Santo Domingo / de Los Colorados / 10–18 June 1985 / William A. Harding ” one male and one female ( LACM); GoogleMaps   “ ECUADOR: Napo Prov. / Estación Cientifica Yasuní / 00º 40’28” S, 76º 38’50” W / IX–5–10–1999, UV light / Coll. E.G. Riley, 215 m. ” nine females ( AFSC); GoogleMaps   “Ecuador: Prov. Napo / Yasuni Res. Stn. on / mid Rio Tipulini / 0 o 40.5’ S 76 o 24’ W // 3 July 1999 / Black Light & / Mercury vapor light / Victoria L. Moseley ” one female ( AFSC); GoogleMaps   “ ECUADOR: Napo: Yasuni / Res. Stat. 0 o 40.5’S 76 o 24W / 18 June 1999 BL & MV / C. Carlton & V. Mosely” one female ( AFSC); GoogleMaps   “ ECUADOR: Napo: Yasuni / Res. Stat. 25June1999 / 0 o 40.5’S 76 o 24W / BL & MV, C. Carlton / V.Mosely, & A.Tishechkin ” one female ( AFSC); GoogleMaps   “Ecuador, Orellana, Estacion   / Cientifica Yasuni; to UV / & merc. vap. lights; 16–17Oct.2003 / D. Robacker, W. Warfield & M.H. Evans ” one female ( AFSC); GoogleMaps   “ Ecuador, Orellana, Estacion   / Cientifica Yasuni; to UV / & merc. vap. lights; 13–14Oct.2003 / D. Robacker, W. Warfield & M.H. Evans ” one female ( AFSC); GoogleMaps   “ ECUADOR: 23–X–1997 / Morona Santiago / Pt. Morona, R Morona / 2 o 55’ S – 77 o 43’ W / M. Kippenhan coL.” one male and two females ( AFSC); GoogleMaps   “ ECUADOR: Prov. Napo / 00º24’S, 76º 36’W / Limoncocha 5186 / 30.VI.1972 / Peter L. Kazan ” one female ( AFSC); GoogleMaps   “ ECUADOR: Prov. Napo / vic. Puerto Misahualli, / 1650– 1900’ ft., 6–19–IX– / 1998 J.E. Eger, coll. // 1º 2’ 4.2” S lat. / 77º 39’ 49.2” W lon. /Mercury vapor & / Ultraviolet lights” one female ( AFSC); GoogleMaps   “Ecuador / Sucumbios Prov / Aguarico River / Zabalo Village / 75 39.851’W / 0 21.488’S / 7 Aug 02 / Coll Meth: MV Light / Coll: D.O. Beaver / R. Yiyoguaje // Specimen from the / David Beaver Collection / Donated to MSU / ARC / March 2009 ” 14 females ( MSUC); GoogleMaps   “ Ecuador / Sucumbios Prov / Aguarico River / Zabalo Village / 75 39.851’W / 0 21.488’S / 8 Aug 02 / Coll Meth: MV Light / Coll: D.O. Beaver / R. Yiyoguaje // Specimen from the / David Beaver Collection / Donated to MSU / ARC / March 2009 ” five females ( MSUC); GoogleMaps   “ ECUADOR Napo Prov / Misahualli ~ 350 m / 7 October 2001 / Mark Churchill coll.” one female ( MSUC); “Ecuador / Sucumbios Prov. / Aguarico River / Zabalo Village // 75º 39.851’W / 0º 21.488’S / Coll: D.O. Beaver // Specimen from the / David Beaver Collection / Donated to MSU / ARC / March 2009 ” 14 females ( MSUC) GoogleMaps   .

UMRM

W.R. Enns Entomology Museum

FSCA

Florida State Collection of Arthropods, The Museum of Entomology

UDCC

University of Delaware

LACM

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

UV

Departamento de Biologia de la Universidad del Valle

MV

University of Montana Museum

V

Royal British Columbia Museum - Herbarium

R

Departamento de Geologia, Universidad de Chile

MSU

Michigan State University Museum

ARC

Atlantic Reference Centre

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Cicadidae

Genus

Proarna

Loc

Proarna grisea ( Fabricius, 1775 )

Sanborn, Allen F. 2020
2020
Loc

P. insignis

Distant 1881
1881
Loc

Proarna

Stal 1864
1864
Loc

Tettigonia] grisea

Fabricius 1775: 678
1775