Phylloicus angustior Ulmer,

Prather Table Of Contents, Aysha L., 2003, Revision of the Neotropical caddisfly genus Phylloicus (Trichoptera: Calamoceratidae), Zootaxa 275 (1), pp. 1-214: 27-29

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http://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.275.1.1

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5081008

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Phylloicus angustior Ulmer
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Phylloicus angustior Ulmer 

Figs. 19View FIGURE 19, 20View FIGURE 20

Phylloicus angustior Ulmer, 1905a:78  [Type locality: Brazil, Rio Gr. do Sul [sic]; NMW; male]. — Flint 1966:11 [lectotype male]. — Botosaneanu & Alkins­Koo 1993:38 [distribution].

I was unable to locate a specimen with Flint’s lectotype label; it is not possible to determine if the specimens from Vienna I examined are those examined by Flint; the label data are the same. Phylloicus angustior  is distinguished by the acute apex of tergum X (in lateral view; Fig. 19AView FIGURE 19) and the unpatterned forewings.

Adult. Forewing length 12.1­14.4 mm, n = 105.

Head dark brown, with dorsomesal crest of chestnut brown setae. Maxillary palps chestnut brown. Antenna twice forewing length; dark brown, with narrow patches of pale sensilla on anteromesal surface of each flagellomere. Dorsal pterothorax dark brown; ventrolateral thorax golden. Femora golden; tibiae dark brown; foretarsi dark brown; mesotarsi pale tan; metatarsi dark brown. Metathoracic leg of male with posterior fringe of long setae, setae dark. Tibial spur formula 2,4,4. Forewing flat; dark brown; with golden bands and dark patches; with single basal stripe, golden; darker setae surrounding thyridial spot, extending to posterior margin; two short dark bands in anterodistal portion of wing; with small golden spot marking thyridium. Hind wing basal brush absent.

Male. Preterminalic abdominal terga with anteromesal notch. Corematic structures absent, terga III­V unmodified, without membranous lobes or sclerotized processes. Sternum VII without anteromesal process. Sternum VIII enclosing base of elongate sternum IX; posteromesal process notched, notch deep and round or narrow and parallel­sided ( Fig. 19A, CView FIGURE 19). Tergum IX deeply notched anteriorly, margins of notch ridged; posterior margin with acute mesal projection ( Fig. 19BView FIGURE 19); lateral ridge absent; dorsal pleural setae approximately 10, ventral pleural setae absent ( Fig. 19AView FIGURE 19). Preanal appendage longer than tergum X, but less than 11/2 times length, widest apically, setae filamentous, longer than appendage ( Fig. 19A, BView FIGURE 19). Tergum X without basal lobes; basodorsal process short and digitate; basolateral processes of varying length and often asymmetrical; apex, in lateral view, acute, in dorsal view, notched, notch round; with row of short setae on lateral surfaces and apicodorsally ( Fig. 19A, BView FIGURE 19). Harpago rounded; peglike setae many, apical ( Fig. 19A, CView FIGURE 19). Phallotremal sclerites average size, longest dimension less than diameter of phallobase; dorsal sclerite ovoid, in dorsal view horseshoe­shaped ( Fig. 19D, EView FIGURE 19).

Female. Preterminal abdominal terga with anteromesal notch. Sternum VII without anteromesal process. Tergum VIII without posterolateral brush; sternum VIII with shallow posteromesal notch; sternum VIII ( Fig. 20CView FIGURE 20). Tergum IX with very short mesal ridge ( Fig. 20BView FIGURE 20). Sternum IX anterior and posterior lobes darkly sclerotized and striate, punctate, with patch of lightly sclerotized cuticle lateral to vaginal opening ( Fig. 20AView FIGURE 20). Tergum X appendage length equal to mesal lobe, base indistinct, apex triangular; mesal lobe lightly sclerotized; digitate lateral processes length approximately equal diameter and often asymmetrical ( Fig. 20BView FIGURE 20). Sternum X with patches of short fine setae posterolaterally to anal opening ( Fig. 20AView FIGURE 20). Vaginal apparatus anterior and posterior sclerites equal in length; anterior sclerite rounded anteriorly, posterolateral projections absent; posterior sclerite triangular; posterior end of spermatheca a sclerotized expanded tube ( Fig. 20AView FIGURE 20).

Material examined. ARGENTINA: Misiones: 10.xi.1909, Jørgensen — 1 male ( MCZ)  ; 20.xii.1909, Jørgensen — 1 female ( MCZ)  ; 6 km E El Dorado , 22.xi.1973, Flint — 1 female ( NMNH)  ; Ao. Coati , 15 km E San Jose, 18­19.xi.1973, Flint — 2 males ( NMNH)  ; Ao. Piray Mini W, Dos Hermanas, 23.xi.1973, Flint — 2 males ( NMNH)  ; Ao. Saura, 9 km N, L.N. Alem, 20.xi.1973, Flint — 3 males ( NMNH)  ; San Pedro, Arroyo Piray­Guazú, 22.xi.1973, Flint — 2 males ( NMNH)  ; BRAZIL: Goiás: Goiás , 7.vii.1984, Becker — 1 male ( UMSP)  ; Minas Gerais: Aldeia de Cachoeira das Pedras , 20°06'49”S, 44°01'25"W, 925 m, 28­29.ix.2000, Paprocki & Braga — 3 males, 3 females ( MZUSP)GoogleMaps  ; — 1 male, 1 female ( NMNH)GoogleMaps  ; — 16 males, 10 females ( UMSP)  ; 9.x. Paprocki & Isaac — 5 males, 7 females ( UMSP)  ; Cachoeira do Abacaxi, Vale do Tropeiro , 20°12'16”S, 43°38'10"W, 1120 m, 30.ix.2000 — 1 male ( UMSP)GoogleMaps  ; Ibitipoca, Sitio of Anestis Papadopolous , 21°43'14”S, 43°54'33"W, 1200 m, 23.x.2000, Paprocki — 1 female ( UMSP)GoogleMaps  ; Rio das Velhas, upstream from São Bartolomeu , 20°18'39”S, 43°33'57"W, 18.ix.1998, Paprocki & Amarante — 8 males ( UMSP)GoogleMaps  ; Rio Mainarte, bridge on Cibrão road, 20°27'15”S, 43°24'06"W, 700 m, 19.ix.1998, Paprocki & Amarante — 3 females ( UMSP)GoogleMaps  ; trib. of Rio Parauninha, Serra do Breu, Faz. do Zé da Mata , 19°07'55”S, 43°37'24"W, 15.ii.1999, Paprocki & Braga — 3 males, 4 females ( UMSP)GoogleMaps  ; Estação Ecológica de Tripuí, Córrego Botafogo , 20°22'54”S, 43°33'37"W, 1100 m, 16.xii.1998, Paprocki & Amarante — 1 female ( UMSP)GoogleMaps  ; 23.i.1999, Amarante — 1 male ( UMSP)  ; Estação Ecológica do Tripuí, Córrego Tripuí , 20°23'22”S, 43°32'32"W, 1070 m, 21.ii.1999 — 1 female ( UMSP)GoogleMaps  ; Serra do Cipó, Capão da Mata , 19°19'21”S, 43°32'15"W, 1170 m, 10.iii.1996, Holzenthal, Rochetti, & Oliveira — 2 females ( UMSP)GoogleMaps  ; km 126, 15.xii.1973, Froehlich — 2 males ( NMNH)  ; Parana: Rio Cascata, Graciosa, road to Morretes , 25°20'13”S, 48°53'58"W, 750 m, 10.i.1998, Holzenthal, Melo, & Almeida — 1 male ( UMSP)GoogleMaps  ; Rio Grande do Sul: Staudinger & Bang­Haas — 1 male ( DEI)  ; Stieglmayr — 1 male, lectotype male ( NMW)  ; Pelotas , 20.iv.1958, Biezanko — 1 male ( BMNH)  ; Santa Catarina: Seara ( Nova Teutônia ), 27°11'00”S, 52°23'00"W, 300­500 m, 11.x.1936, Plaumann — 1 male ( BMNH)GoogleMaps  ; 7.ix.1937, Plaumann — 1 male ( BMNH)  ; 1.x.1964, Plaumann — 1 male ( NMNH)  ; Urubici, Morro da Igreja, Cachoeira Veu da Noiva , 28°04'36”S, 49°31'05"W, 1300 m, 5.iii.1998, Holzenthal, Froehlich, & Paprocki — 1 male ( UMSP)GoogleMaps  ; PARAGUAY: Itapua: Pirapo , 28­31.xii.1971, Peña G. — 5 males ( NMNH)  ; Paraguari: Parque Nacional Ybycui, Arroyo Mina , 5.x.1984, Bonace — 1 male ( NMNH)  ; URUGUAY: Cerro Largo: Arroyo Quebrache , 1.iii.1959, Carbonell — 3 males ( NMNH)  .

Distribution. Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay.

MCZ

Museum of Comparative Zoology

NMNH

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

UMSP

University of Minnesota Insect Collection

MZUSP

Museu de Zoologia da Universidade de Sao Paulo

DEI

Senckenberg Deutsches Entomologisches Institut

NMW

Naturhistorisches Museum, Wien

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Trichoptera

Family

Calamoceratidae

Genus

Phylloicus

Loc

Phylloicus angustior Ulmer

Prather Table Of Contents, Aysha L. 2003
2003
Loc

Phylloicus angustior Ulmer, 1905a:78

Botosaneanu, L. & Alkins-Koo, M. 1993: 38
Flint, O. S., Jr. 1966: 11
Ulmer, G. 1905: 78
1905