Climaciella, Enderlein, 1910

Ardila-Camacho, Adrian, Calle-Tobón, Arley, Wolff, Marta & Stange, Lionel A., 2018, New species and new distributional records of Neotropical Mantispidae (Insecta: Neuroptera), Zootaxa 4413 (2), pp. 295-324: 313

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4413.2.4

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Climaciella
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Key to Colombian species of Climaciella  

(after Ardila-Camacho & García 2015, modified)

1. Body predominantly black; prothorax bent ventrad at midlength in lateral view ( Ardila-Camacho & García 2015, Fig. 21a)....................................................................................................... 2

- Body predominantly dark reddish brown or with a mixture of black and yellow; prothorax straight in lateral view (Ardila- Camacho & García 2015, Fig. 17a)........................................................................ 4

2. Wings with anterior 3/4 dark amber, remainder membrane hyaline ( Fig. 3e View FIGURE3 )................... C. obtusa Hoffman, 2002  

- Wings with anterior 1/2 amber........................................................................... 3

3. Wings with posterior 1/2 completely hyaline ( Fig. 7a View FIGURE 7 ); forefemur with a transverse light brown stripe at the level of major spine ( Fig. 7e View FIGURE 7 )............................................................................ C. rafaeli   n. sp.

- Wings with posterior 1/2 bicolor, posterior region to first RP branch light amber, posterodistal wing region hyaline (Ardila- Camacho & García 2015, Fig. 21f); forefemur completely dark reddish brown to black.......................................................................... C. semihyalina (Le Peletier de Saint-Fargeau & Audinet-Serville, 1825)  

4. Body predominantly reddish brown; pronotum with a distinct hump at midlength in lateral view ( Ardila-Camacho & García 2015, Fig. 20b)................................................................... C. porosa Hoffman, 2002  

- Body color pattern composed of a mixture of yellow and black ( Ardila-Camacho & García 2015, Fig. 17); pronotum with dorsal and ventral sides subparallel in lateral view, without a distinct hump...................... C. amapaensis Penny, 1982