Lestes bipupillatus Calvert, 1909

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: 514

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4990.3.4

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5088829

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Lestes bipupillatus Calvert, 1909
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Lestes bipupillatus Calvert, 1909  

Fig. 2 View FIGURE 2 (♂ —App), Fig. 16 View FIGURE 16 (♂ —habitus), Fig. 40 View FIGURE 40 (B— ♀ pectoral color pattern).

Etymology: bipupillatus   = bi, Latin for two + pupillatus, Latin for pupil, in reference to the color of the venter of thorax, which has two black, round spots.

Lestes bipupillatus Calvert, 1909: 95   , Figs.: 15, 21–22 (description of male and female, illustration of male thorax in ventral view, appendages in lateral and mediodorsal views); Davies & Tobin 1984: 31 (data on publication and distribution); Bridges 1994: (VII) 33 (data on publication, type depository, type locality and references); Costa & Carneiro 1994: 303 (larva); Lencioni 2005: 90, Fig. 49(A–C) (data on description, type locality, type deposition, distribution, larval description, original illustration of appendages in lateral and mediodorsal view, thorax in ventral view from Calvert 1909); Costa et al. 2006: 60–61, Fig. 21 View FIGURE 21 , 22 View FIGURE 22 (appendages lateral and dorsal view, key for adult males); Garrison et al. 2010: 117, Fig. 517 (data on species with reference to larval description, original illustration of appendages in lateral view); Lencioni 2017: 103–104, Fig. 38A–C View FIGURE 38 , 39A View FIGURE 39 (data on description, type locality, type deposition, distribution, and larval description, appendages in lateral and mediodorsal views, thorax in ventral view, male habitus).

Types. Syntypes in CM and   MCZ (not examined)   .

Larva described. Yes ( Costa & Carneiro 1994).

Material examined. (2 ♂♂): Brazil: Santa Catarina, Nova Teutonia (now Seara), 27º11’00” S & 52º13’00” W, 300–500 m, v.1972, Fritz Plaumann leg. GoogleMaps  

Distribution. Brazil (Mato Grosso, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina), Venezuela and Argentina.

Diagnostic characters. ♂ —Cercus in lateral view: proximal 3/5 straight with the distal 2/5 expanded and slightly bent ventrally, tip of cercus rounded. Cercus in mediodorsal view: base of cercus with a short distally–directed spine, medial expansion a little larger than the width of the base, semicircular, without spines and with sparse pale hair–like setae. Paraproct in lateral view: subequal to the cercus. Paraproct in dorsal view: long and narrow with a spoon–like tip.

♀ —Basal plate not illustrated in Calvert (1909), pectoral color pattern as in Fig. 40B View FIGURE 40 .

CM

Chongqing Museum

MCZ

Museum of Comparative Zoology

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Odonata

Family

Lestidae

Genus

Lestes

Loc

Lestes bipupillatus Calvert, 1909

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 bipupillatus

Lencioni, F. A. A. 2017: 103
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: 90
Costa, J. M. & Carneiro, S. M. V. 1994: 303
Davies, D. A. L. & Tobin, P. 1984: 31
Calvert, P. P. 1909: 95
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