Tainarys maculipectus, Burckhardt & Basset, 2000

Burckhardt, D. & Basset, Y., 2000, The jumping plant-lice (Hemiptera, Psylloidea) associated with Schinus (Anacardiaceae): systematics, biogeography and host plant relationships, Journal of Natural History 34 (1), pp. 57-155 : 132

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.1080/002229300299688

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:203D05D3-DED0-44D2-B749-1B877B2DEB05

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5280698

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/03ED87CC-FFB4-A677-FE3D-17F6FF0BFCD1

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Felipe

scientific name

Tainarys maculipectus
status

sp. n.

Tainarys maculipectus sp. n.

(®gures 25A±E, 28)

Description. Adult. Coloration. Head whitish to yellowish with reddish to brownish small dots. Thoracic dorsum black with some white lateral dots and reddish platellae, in younger specimens with brown spots and more expanded red colour. Antennae yellow, segments 9 and 10 black, apices of segments 4 and 6 brown. Clypeus black. Thorax laterally and ventrally black with ochreous patches and white and red dots. Legs yellow, pro and mesocoxae blackish. Forewings yellow base whitish, a single brown spot at the apex of vein Cu 1 b. Hindwings whitish. Abdomen including genitalia yellow.

Structure. Head about as wide as thorax, in pro®le, inclined in a 45ss angle to longitudinal body axis. Vertex ¯at anteriorly smoothly passing into genae, median suture fully developed. Compound eyes hemispherical. Antennae 10-segmented with each a subapical rhinarium on segments 4, 6, 8 and 9Ë shorter terminal seta about as long as segment 10, longer seta about 1.5 times as long. Frons short wider than long. Clypeus pear-shaped. Pronotum transverse, short, very slightly curved backwards at the sides; propleurites partially hidden by eyes, rectangular, both dorsal branches of suture developed, epimeron larger than episternum. Mesopraescutum short, transverse, mesoscutum ¯at; meso and metascutellum forming distinctly raised tubercles. Legs relatively slender, pro and mesofemora slightly thickened. Metacoxae bearing a ¯at, tubercular meracanthus and a conical membraneous process on the trochanteral cavity. Forewings (®gure 25A) subrhomboidal, vein C +Sc straight or weakly concave, slightly widened, costal break developed, membrane transversely rugose, semi-transparent. Genitalia as in ®gure 25B±E.

Measurements in mm (1,l 1 m). HW 0.47±0.59; AL 0.48-0.53; WL 0.88±1.33; MP 0.21; PL 0.12; AA 0.12; FP 0.43±0.51; AL/HW 0.83±1.02; WL/HW 1.87-2.25; WL/WW 2.05±2.13; TL/HW 0.56±0.60; MP/HW 0.45; FP/HW 0.73±0.96; FP/SL 1.19-1.50; FP/CL 3.31±5.10.

Fifth instar larva (®gure 28). Body brown, membranes light. Dorsal sclerites of head and thorax light brown; wing buds, abdominal dorsal sclerites and caudal plate dark brown. Antenna ochreous with apex dark brown to black. Body outline broadly oval. Antennae 8-segmented with one rhinarium on each of segments 3 and 5, and two on segment 7. Thoracic tergites small. Forewing buds moderately large, without humeral lobes. Truncate lanceolate setae present on head and thorax dorsally, and on wing buds and abdomen dorsally and laterally; lanceolate setae denser and coarser than in T. acuticauda . Legs relatively large and slender with fused tibiotarsus, claws absent. Caudal plate pointedly angular apically; dorsal lanceolate setae arranged in transverse rows. Anus ventral, circumanal ring small, consisting of one row of pores which are elongate.

Host plants, gall and biology. Schinus polygamus (Cav.) Cabrera. Inducing irregular leaf roll galls.

D istribution . Argentina (Mendoza), Chile ( Regions IV, V and Metropolitana) .

Material examined. HOLOTYPE,l Chile: V Region , Province San Felipe, El Ta  rtaro, 25 km N San Felipe, 32ss37¾S 70ss42¾W, 1000 m, 26.xii.1993, Schinus polygamus (D. Burckhardt), dry mounted ( MHNG).

PARATYPES. Argentina: 1,l 2 m, Mendoza Province, Mendoza Valley, Uspallata , 1900 m, 30.xii.1995, Schinus polygamus (D. Burckhardt); 2,l 2 m, same data but Potrerillos , 1500 m, 31.xii.1995; 3 m, same data but , 1300 m, 17.i.1997; 1 m, same data but Villa Hodel , 7 km Cacheuta to Mendoza , 1100 m, 17.i.1997; 1,l 6 m, 1 larval skin, same data but 47 km Mendoza to Villa Vicencia , 1400 m, 18.i.1997; 1,l 2 m, same data but above Villa Vicencia , 50 km NW Mendoza , 1800±2200 m. Chile: IV Region , 1 m, 1 larval skin, Province Elqui, 20 km S VicunÄa to Hurtado , near Puente El Pangue , 1600 m, 18.xii.1995, Schinus polygamus (D. Burckhardt); 1,l 1 m, same data but ca 50 km NE La Serena, Almte Latorre , 1000 m, 19.xii.1995; V Region, 1,l 2 m, 3 larval skins, Province San Felipe, Putaendo , 8 km N San Felipe , 700 m, 12± 13.i.1997, Schinus polygamus (D. Burckhardt); 2,l 2 m, same data but El Asiento, 10 km NW San Felipe , 900 m, 13± 20.i.1997; 1,l 1 m, same data but Termas de Jahuel , 1000 m, 21.i.1997; 2,l 1 m, 1 larva skin, same data as holotype ; 2 m, same data but Putaendo Valley , 1100 m, 24.xii.1995; 1 m, Province Los Andes, 25 km W Portillo , 32ss50¾S 70ss08¾W , 1900±2100 m, 1.xii.1993, Schinus polygamus (D. Burckhardt); 1,l same data but Guardia Vieja, near Portillo Ski Centre, 21.x.1995 ( R. MunÄoz ) ; 1 m, Province Quillota, La Campana National Park, Sector Ocoa , 400±500 m, from leaf roll galls of Schinus polygamus (F. Sa  iz) ( UCVA); Regions V and Metropolitana : 6,l 6 m, Provinces Quillota and Tiltil, Cuesta la Dormida , 10 km W Tiltil, 33ss04 ¾S 71ss02 ¾W , 1200 m, 15.xi.1992, Schinus polygamus (D. Burckhardt); 3,l same data but 7±10 km W Tiltil , 950±1200 m, 28.xii.1993. Dry and slide mounted and preserved in alcohol ( BMNH, MHNG, NHMB, USNM) .

V

Royal British Columbia Museum - Herbarium

MHNG

Museum d'Histoire Naturelle

R

Departamento de Geologia, Universidad de Chile

NHMB

Natural History Museum Bucharest

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Aphalaridae

Genus

Tainarys