Empoasca

Zhang, Ya-Lin, Liu, Yang & Qin, Dao-Zheng, 2010, Review of Empoasca (Distantasca) Dworakowska (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Typhlocybinae: Empoascini), with description of two new species from China, Zootaxa 2497, pp. 37-61: 38

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.195726

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/210E878B-810C-DE17-9D8A-B2FBFA18FB5E

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Empoasca
status

 

Key to the worldwide species of Empoasca   ( Distantasca   ) (males)

1 Aedeagal shaft with appendages................................................................................................................................... 2

- Aedeagal shaft without appendages............................................................................................................................ 13

2 Aedeagal shaft with two pairs of appendages............................................................................................................... 3

- Aedeagal shaft with one pair of appendages ................................................................................................................ 4

3 Anal tube appendages with large subapical tooth ( Fig. 145 View FIGURES 140 – 148 )................................ E. (D.) paraterminalis Qin & Zhang  

- Anal tube appendages without large subapical tooth ( Figs. 4, 5 View FIGURES 1 – 12 ) ......................................... E. (D.) terminalis Distant  

4 Aedeagal shaft with pair of short appendages .............................................................................................................. 5

- Aedeagal shaft with pair of long appendages ............................................................................................................... 7

5 Anal tube appendages ornamented with small teeth apically ( Fig. 61 View FIGURES 59 – 69 ) ............................ E. (D.) latava Dworakowska  

- Anal tube appendages without small teeth ................................................................................................................... 6

6 Anal tube appendages with large subapical tooth ( Figs. 136, 137 View FIGURES 128 – 139 ) ....................... E. (D.) latibasis Zhang & Liu   sp. n.

- Anal tube appendages smooth, without large tooth ( Fig. 154 View FIGURES 149 – 157 ) .................................. E. (D.) serratipenis Qin & Zhang  

7 Aedeagal shaft appendages ornamented with small teeth apically ( Figs. 121, 122 View FIGURES 118 – 127 ) ...................................................... ......................................................................................................................... E. (D.) tuberculata Zhang & Liu   sp. n.

- Aedeagal shaft appendages without small teeth apically.............................................................................................. 8

8 Aedeagal shaft and appendages equally broad in profile ( Figs. 20, 22 View FIGURES 13 – 24 ).......................... E. (D.) faciata Dworakowska  

- Aedeagal shaft broader than its appendages in profile ................................................................................................. 9

9 Aedeagal shaft with a pair of small lateral extensions consisting of small tubercles ( Figs. 49, 50 View FIGURES 49 – 53 ) .............................. ......................................................................................................................................... E. (D.) rabava Dworakowska  

- Aedeagal shaft without a pair of small lateral extensions .......................................................................................... 10

10 Anal tube appendages with large subapical tooth ( Fig. 27 View FIGURES 25 – 36 )................................................ E. (D.) riora Dworakowska  

- Anal tube appendages without large tooth.................................................................................................................. 11

11 Anal tube appendages smooth, without small teeth ( Figs. 110, 111 View FIGURES 106 – 117 )............................. E. (D.) bulbosa Dworakowska  

- Anal tube appendages not smooth, with small teeth ( Figs. 41, 42 View FIGURES 37 – 48 , 55 View FIGURES 54 – 58 ) ...................................................................... 12

12 Aedeagus appendages curved mesad at about 1 / 3 of their length from tip ( Figs. 43, 45 View FIGURES 37 – 48 )..... E. (D.) tna Dworakowska  

- Aedeagus appendages not curved strongly mesad ( Fig. 56 View FIGURES 54 – 58 )........................................... E. (D.) barawa Dworakowska  

13 Aedeagal shaft with lamellate lateral extensions at ventral margin ( Figs. 75, 78 View FIGURES 70 – 80 ) .......... E. (D.) rokasa Dworakowska  

- Aedeagal shaft without lamellate lateral extensions................................................................................................... 14

14 Aedeagal shaft strongly expanded ventrad in profile ( Figs. 100, 102 View FIGURES 94 – 105 ), anal tube appendages finely serrated at mar- gins...................................................................................................................................... E. (D.) tiaca Dworakowska  

- Aedeagal shaft only slightly expanded in profile ( Figs. 86, 88 View FIGURES 81 – 93 ), anal tube appendages smooth.................................... ........................................................................................................................................... E. (D.) atika Dworakowska