Hsunycteris, Velazco & Soto-Centeno & Fleck & Voss & Simmons, 2017

Velazco, Paúl M., Soto-Centeno, J. Angel, Fleck, David W., Voss, Robert S. & Simmons, Nancy B., 2017, A New Species of Nectar-feeding Bat of the Genus Hsunycteris (Phyllostomidae: Lonchophyllinae) from Northeastern Peru, American Museum Novitates 2017 (3881), pp. 1-28 : 18-19

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.1206/3881.1

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5461069

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/03EB87DA-FF9D-E961-27EC-2396CBF8A07A

treatment provided by

Carolina

scientific name

Hsunycteris
status

 

KEY TO THE SPECIES Of HSUNYCTERIS

1. Forearm ≥ 35.0 mm; hairs between the shoulders ≥ 9 mm; dermal papillae on chin arranged in a V and separated by a wide basal cleft; metacarpal V longer than metacarpal IV; rostrum broad; lateral margin of infraorbital foramen does not project beyond rostral outline in dorsal view; outer upper incisors large; P5 lingual cusp weakly developed.......................................................................... Hsunycteris dashe

1′. Forearm ≤ 34.5 mm; hairs between the shoulders ≤ 8 mm; dermal papillae on chin arranged in a V but not separated by a wide basal cleft; metacarpal V shorter than or subequal to metacarpal IV; rostrum narrow; lateral margin of infraorbital foramen does project beyond rostral outline in dorsal view; outer upper incisors small; P5 lingual cusp well-developed..............................................................2

2. Postorbital region with a lateral projection; M1 parastyle weakly developed; lower incisors large and broad; m1 paracristid notch strongly developed; m2 hypoconid wide...................................................................... Hsunycteris cadenai

2′. Postorbital region lacks a lateral projection; M1 parastyle well developed; lower incisors small and narrow; m1 paracristid notch weakly developed or absent; m2 hypoconid narrow....................................................................... 3

3. Metacarpal V shorter than metacarpal IV; extent of maxillary posterior to M3 less than the length of M3; dentary slender; angular process narrow; P4 lingual cusp absent; P5 lingual cusp narrow.................................................. Hsunycteris pattoni

3′. Metacarpal V subequal to metacarpal IV; extent of maxillary posterior to M3 greater than the length of M3; dentary deep; angular process broad; P4 lingual cusp present; P5 lingual cusp broad.................................................... Hsunycteris thomasi

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Chordata

Class

Mammalia

Order

Chiroptera

Family

Phyllostomidae