Lestes undulatus Say, 1839

Lencioni, F. A. A., Neiss, U. G., Dutra, S. L., Furieri, K. S., Juen, L., Batista, J. D. & Vilela, Diogo S., 2021, Synopsis of Lestes from Brazil with description of Lestes demarcoi sp. nov (Zygoptera: Lestidae), Zootaxa 4990 (3), pp. 511-541: 523

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Lestes undulatus Say, 1839
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Lestes undulatus Say, 1839  

Fig. 13 View FIGURE 13 (♂ —App), Fig. 25 View FIGURE 25 (♂ —habitus), Fig. 33 View FIGURE 33 (♀ —habitus), Fig. 37 View FIGURE 37 (G— ♀ S8–10), Fig. 39 View FIGURE 39 (G— ♀ basal plate), Fig. 40 View FIGURE 40 (M— ♀ pectoral color pattern).

Etymology: undulatus   = Latin for wavy.

Lestes undulatus Say, 1839: 35   (description of male); Selys 1862: 311 (description of male and female, distribution); Kirby 1890: 161 View Cited Treatment (data on species description and distribution); Calvert 1909: 104 (key, illustration of thorax in ventral view, appendages in lateral and dorsal views); Kennedy 1942: 283 (illustration of appendages in lateral and dorsal views); Davies & Tobin 1984: 34 (data on publication and distribution); Muzón 1997: 7 (larvae); Lencioni 2005: 101, Fig. 60(A–C) (data on description, type locality, deposition, distribution, and larval description, illustration of appendages in lateral and dorsal views from Kennedy 1942, thorax in ventral view from Calvert 1909); Costa et al. 2006: 60–61, Fig. 25 View FIGURE 25 (appendages lateral view, key for adult males); Garrison et al. 2010: 117 (data on species).

Types. Unknown.

Larva described. Yes ( Muzón 1997).

Additional material examined. (2 ♂♂ + 2 ♀♀): 2 ♂♂ + 2 ♀♀ Argentina: Buenos Aires, Los Torinas, charco s/ Rt 11, 18.i.1995, J. Muzón leg.  

Distribution. Brazil (Rio Grande do Sul), Uruguay, Argentina, Chile.

Diagnostic characters. ♂ —Cercus in lateral view: basal 1/2 straight, slightly inclined upward, apical 1/2 comma–like with a twisted tip which is covered with pale setae; Cercus in medioventral view: basal expansion semicircular, without spines, a ridge separating the medial portion from the apical portion. Paraproct in lateral view: stout and very small (1/8 length of cercus). Paraproct in dorsal view: barely visible and slightly triangular.

♀ —Basal plate: species belonging to basal plate group 1 ( Fig. 38 View FIGURE 38 ), with dorsal side more than twice the length of ventral side. Posterior side with dorsal and ventral sections subequal. Dorsal side and dorsal section of posterior side straight, ventral section of posterior side concave ( Fig. 39G View FIGURE 39 ). Pectoral color pattern as in Fig. 40M View FIGURE 40 .

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Odonata

Family

Lestidae

Genus

Lestes

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Lestes undulatus Say, 1839

Lencioni, F. A. A., Neiss, U. G., Dutra, S. L., Furieri, K. S., Juen, L., Batista, J. D. & Vilela, Diogo S. 2021
2021
Loc

Lestes undulatus

Garrison, R. W. & von Ellenrieder, N. & Louton, J. A. 2010: 117
Costa, J. M. & Souza, L. O. I. & Muzon, J. 2006: 60
Lencioni, F. A. A. 2005: 101
Muzon, J. 1997: 7
Davies, D. A. L. & Tobin, P. 1984: 34
Kennedy, C. H. 1942: 283
Calvert, P. P. 1909: 104
Kirby, W. F. 1890: 161
Selys Longchamps, E. de 1862: 311
Say, T. 1839: 35
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