Nezara orbiculata Distant, 1890

Ferrari, Augusto, Schwertner, Cristiano Feldens & Grazia, Jocelia, 2010, Review, cladistic analysis and biogeography of Nezara Amyot & Serville (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae), Zootaxa 2424, pp. 1-41 : 29-30

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Nezara orbiculata Distant, 1890
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Nezara orbiculata Distant, 1890

( Fig. 2 View FIGURE 2 B View FIGURE 2 , 3 A View FIGURE 3 1–2 View FIGURE 1 View FIGURE 2 , 5 View FIGURE 5 , 6 A–B View FIGURE 6 , 7 H View FIGURE 7 , 8 H View FIGURE 8 , 9 H View FIGURE 9 , 11 I –J View FIGURE 11 , 13 J–L View FIGURE 13 , 16 H View FIGURE 16 , 18 C View FIGURE 18 )

Rhaphigaster o Signoret, 1858: 288; Varshney, 1964: 415

Nezara o; Stål, 1865: 197; 1876: 91; Kirkaldy, 1909: 116; Schouteden, 1909: 60; Freeman, 1940: 371; Linnavuori, 1975: 102, 1982: 139

Nezara orbiculata Distant, 1890: 476 ; Freeman, 1940: 371; Varshney, 1964: 415; Orian, 1965: 28

Diagnosis. Thorax: basal third of corium convex, surpassing the imaginary line tangencial to humeral angles ( Fig. 3 A View FIGURE 3 2 View FIGURE 2 ), shared with N. soror ; ostiolar ruga long, anterior margin curved, apex pointed ( Fig. 3 View FIGURE 3. A 1 – 2. N D View FIGURE 3 ). Abdomen: urosternites with black maculae, diameter shorter than spiracles, as in N. capicola ; median tubercle of third urosternite well developed attaining mesocoxae ( Fig. 3 A View FIGURE 3 1 View FIGURE 1 ), character exclusive of this species, but also present in some species of Chinavia . Male: ventral rim of pygophore with brims developed towards middle, continuous at mid line ( Fig. 8 View FIGURE 8 H View FIGURE 8 ), shared with N. naspira and N. mendax ; paramere trilobate, lobes well developed. Female: posterior margins of gonocoxites 8 straight; longitudinal sutures of gonocoxites 8 absent ( Fig. 16 View FIGURE 16 H View FIGURE 16 ), condition exclusive to this species; basal half of laterotergites 9 laterally concave and medially convex; ductus receptaculi, after vesicular area, longer than three times the length of pars intermedialis ( Fig. 18 View FIGURE 18 C View FIGURE 18 ), shared with N. capicola and N. soror .

Material examined: Nezara orbiculata Distant, 1890 Holotype female (♀ BMNH) with labels: a) Type H. T. b) orbiculata Dist c) R. Junbaja d) R. Aramoni (Bonni). CAMEROON: Doume , M.Cazal, 1930, (1 ♀ NMNH); Batouri District., Lat. 3,45 N. Long. 13,45 E, F.G.Merfield, 1–30.III. 1936, compared with type (1 ♀ BMNH); GoogleMaps CONGO: BDS, Pemfu, R.P. de Beer, III. 1945, (13 — NMNH); Français, Rég. Du Haut- Ivindo (Affl. Ogoqué), (Dr. J. Gravot), 1906, Cape. Cottes, (13 — NMNH); Risimu, 26 ° 45 ’E: 1 ° N, Lang & Chapin, 18.IX. 1909, Nezara orbiculata Det. J.C.Lutz , (13 — AMNH); GoogleMaps Medje, 27 ° 15 ’ E: 2 ° 25 ’ N, Lang & Chapin, VII. 1914, (131 ♀ AMNH); GoogleMaps Medje, 27 ° 15 ’ E: 2 ° 25 ’ N, Lang & Chapin , VII. 1910, (1 ♀ AMNH); GoogleMaps Medje, 27 ° 15 ’ E: 2 ° 25 ’ N, Lang & Chapin , VI. 1914, (1 ♀ 13 — AMNH); GoogleMaps ANGOLA: compared with type (13 — BMNH); Lamaboke, Centrafrique, P. Teocchi, 19.VII. 1969, (13 — NMNH).

BMNH

United Kingdom, London, The Natural History Museum [formerly British Museum (Natural History)]

NMNH

USA, Washington D.C., National Museum of Natural History, [formerly, United States National Museum]

AMNH

USA, New York, New York, American Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Pentatomidae

Genus

Nezara

Loc

Nezara orbiculata Distant, 1890

Ferrari, Augusto, Schwertner, Cristiano Feldens & Grazia, Jocelia 2010
2010
Loc

Nezara orbiculata

Orian 1965: 28
Varshney 1964: 415
Freeman 1940: 371
Distant 1890: 476
1890
Loc

Nezara

Linnavuori 1975: 102
Freeman 1940: 371
Kirkaldy 1909: 116
Schouteden 1909: 60
Stal 1865: 197
1865
Loc

Rhaphigaster

Varshney 1964: 415
Signoret 1858: 288
1858