Peckia (Peckia) gulo (Fabricius)

Buenaventura, Eliana & Pape, Thomas, 2013, <strong> Revision of the New World genus <em> Peckia </ em> Robineau-Desvoidy (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) </ strong>, Zootaxa 3622 (1), pp. 1-87: 53-54

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http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3622.1.1

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scientific name

Peckia (Peckia) gulo (Fabricius)
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Peckia (Peckia) gulo (Fabricius)  

( Figs. 13 View FIGURES 8–16. 8–9 , 96 View FIGURES 90–96. 90–91 ) (fig. 88 in Aldrich 1916, figs. 288–289 in Roback 1954, figs. 25, 47, 86, 79 in Lopes 1958, fig. 33 in Lopes 1975a)

Musca gulo Fabricius, 1805: 283   . Central America [“America meridionali”]. Holotype female, in ZMUC (examined by Pape 1986: 302).

Peckia lamanensis Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830: 335   . French Guiana, La Mana. Holotype male, possibly in MNHN (not examined).

Sarcophaga immanis Walker, 1849: 815   . Honduras. Holotype female, in BMNH (not examined).

Sarcophaga gravis Walker, 1849: 827   . [Unknown.] Holotype female, in BMNH (not examined).

Sarcophaga wiedemanni Aldrich, 1916: 193   . Colombia, Santa Marta. Holotype male, in USNM (not examined).

gula: Hardy (1932: 279), incorrect subsequent spelling of gulo Fabricius, 1805   .

inunanis: Lopes (1976b: 636), incorrect subsequent spelling of immanis Walker, 1849   .

wiedemani: Lopes (1958: 223), incorrect subsequent spelling of wiedemanni Aldrich, 1916   .

Description. Male. Head. Ocellar setae equal to or shorter than postoculars. Outer vertical seta of same size as postoculars. Black orbital setae. Four frontal setae situated below the dorsal limit of the lunule. Gena only with white and yellow setae. Occipital setae white or yellow. Thorax. Chaetotaxy: acrostichals = 0 + 1, dorsocentrals = 0 + 3 (anterior one shorter), intra-alars = 2 + 2 (anterior one shorter), supra-alars = 2 + 3, basal scutellars = 3. Prosternum and posterior surface of hind coxa with black setae. White or yellow and black antero-ventral scutellar setae. Two katepisternal setae. Postalar wall with only black setae. Lower calypter with a central dark spot and a fringe of long hair-like setae along outer margin, extending to its posterior margin. Mid femur without a ctenidium. Antero-dorsal surface of mid tibia with 1 median seta and 1 apical seta. Hind tibia antero-dorsally with 1 seta in the basal third, 1 in the middle third and 1 preapical. Abdomen. Postero-ventral seams between T3/T4 and T4/T5 parallel. Microtrichosity of the abdomen laterally grey and golden. ST1+3 with only black hair-like setae. Two lateral setae on each side of T4. T5 with golden microtrichosity. Posterior seam of T5 not projected posteriorly and ventrally, and normal setae in postero-ventral area directed posteriorly. Terminalia. ST5 orange. Medial margin of ST5 Λ- shaped. Inner margins of ST5 arms straight. Inner margins of ST5 arms with a patch of short setae on the anterior regions and long hair-like setae posteriorly. Syntergosternite 7+8 longer than high in lateral view, orange, with golden microtrichosity. Epandrium bright orange. Cercus orange proximally and brown or dark brown distally. Cercus in lateral view progressively narrowing towards the apex, straight with an undulation at about midlength, and an apex acute. Surstylus orange, triangular, with a rounded apex, with postero-distal surface less sclerotized (more smooth; lighter and more transparent colour) than the remaining surface. Pregonite triangular, becoming narrower towards the apex, curved in lateral view, with a rounded apex. Postgonite elongated, with a hooked apex. Basi- and distiphallus connected by a desclerotized strip. Juxta without demarcated connection with the phallic tube, without a membranous apical surface. Juxta with lateral plate, short and straight, with a uniform outer edge, and an acute apex in lateral view. Distiphallus with a pair of lateral styli separated, each with a longitudinal cleft, not enlarged distally, not visible in lateral view. Vesica composed of two plate-like structures on each side connected proximally, with dorsal microtrichia.

Variable features. Six frontal setae situated below the dorsal limit of the lunule on the left side, and 4 or 5 on the right side. Chaetotaxy: 1 + 2 (anterior one shorter). Hind tibia antero-dorsally with 2 or 3 setae in the basal third, 1 in the middle third and 1 preapical.

Distribution. NEOTROPICAL— Brazil, Colombia (Bolívar, Chocó, Magdalena, Sucre, Valle del Cauca), Costa Rica, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Mexico (Jalisco, Oaxaca, Quintana Roo, Sinaloa, Veracruz), Nicaragua, Panama, Venezuela (Aragua).

Material examined. Colombia: 1 male, Bolívar, Archipiélago San Bernando Isla Mucura , sweep net, 9°46'N 75°52'W, 10m, 05.i.2004, Amat E. & Flórez C. ( IAvH) GoogleMaps   ; 1 male, Bolívar, Tintipan, Isla San Bernardo , Manual , 0m, 28.xii.2002, P Duque & M Wolff ( CEUA)   ; 2 males, Chocó, Jobi Chagualito patio casero, VSR, decomposing fish, 1–2.viii.2006, M Wolff & P Duque ( CEUA)   ; 2 males, Chocó, Nuqui Jobi Chagualito, Bosque conservado a 50 metros de la playa, VSR, decomposing fish, 1–3.viii.2006, P Duque & M Wolff ( CEUA)   ; 2 males, Chocó, Nuqui Jobi Chagualito patio casero a 40m de la playa, VSR, decomposing fish, 1–2.viii.2006, M Wolff & P Duque ( CEUA)   ; 1 male, Magdalena, PNN Tayrona Los Naranjos , 19.viii.1977, C. Kugler ( IAvH)   ; 1 male, Sucre, San Onofre, Rsva Sanguaré , Pastizal , VSR, 0m, 11.x.2003, GEUA ( CEUA)   ; 1 male, Sucre, San Onofre, Rsva Sanguaré , 0m, 12.x.2003, Rivera & Duque ( CEUA)   ; 1 male, Sucre, San Onofre, Rsva Sanguaré , VSR, banano [banana], 0m, 14.x.2003, GEUA ( CEUA)   ; 2 males, same data but 17.x.2003 ( CEUA)   ; 1 male, same data but 18.x.2003, Rivera & Duque ( CEUA)   ; 1 male, same data but 19.x.2003, Rivera & Duque ( CEUA)   ; 2 males, same data but 27.iii.2004 ( CEUA)   ; 1 male, same data but xii.2003 ( CEUA)   ; 2 males, same data but 01.v.2003 ( CEUA)   ; 2 males, Sucre, San Onofre, Rsva Sanguaré , Bosque , VSR, 0m, 05.v.2003, CEUA ( CEUA)   ; 1 male, same data but 31.iii.2004 ( CEUA)   ; 1 male, same data but 06.v.2003 ( CEUA)   ; 2 males, same data but 09.v.2003 ( CEUA)   ; 1 male, same data but banano [banana], 20.iii.2004 ( CEUA)   ; 2 males, same data but banano [banana], 29.iii.2004 ( CEUA)   ; 1 male, Sucre, San Onofre, Rsva Sanguaré , Casa [house], sweep net, 0m, 29.iii.2004, GEUA ( CEUA)   ; 1 male, Valle del Cauca, Buenaventura, Bocas del San Juan Guandal inundable, 02.xii.1997, C. Medina (ICN)     . Costa Rica: 1 male, Guanacaste, Santa Rosa National Park , 300m, 06–20.vii.1978, D.H. Janzen & W. Hallwachs ( ZMUC)   ; 1 male, same data but 07–09.xi.1979 ( ZMUC)   ; 1 male, same data but xi.1983 ( ZMUC)   . Ecuador: 1 male, Puerto grande Isla Puna, F. Campos, R. Santiago & A. Navarro ( MNRJ)   . Honduras: 1 male, Colon, Sangrelaya, Río Negro , 14.iv.1974 ( MNRJ)   . Mexico: 1 male, Oaxaca, Puerto Escondido , 2m, 05.ix.1980, E.S. & C.E. Ross ( ZMUC)   ; 1 male, Veracruz, Actopan, Estación Biológica La Mancha Selva mediana subperenfilio, 16°36'N 96°22'W, 10m, García – Franco No. 11 ( MNRJ) GoogleMaps   . Panama: 8 males, Colón, San Lorenzo , 25.ii–07.iii.2001, J. Méndez ( ZMUC)   ; 2 males, Miraflores CZ., 08.v.1926, C.T. Greene ( ZMUC)   . Venezuela: 2 males, Aragua, Mouth of Río Ocumare , coastal flats nr La Boca, 17–20.xi.1997, T. Pape ( ZMUC)   .

ZMUC

Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen

MNRJ

Museu Nacional/Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro

Kingdom

Fungi

Phylum

Ascomycota

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Sarcophagidae

Genus

Peckia

Loc

Peckia (Peckia) gulo (Fabricius)

Buenaventura, Eliana & Pape, Thomas 2013
2013
Loc

Sarcophaga wiedemanni

Aldrich, J. M. 1916: 193
1916
Loc

Sarcophaga immanis

Walker, F. 1849: 815
1849
Loc

Sarcophaga gravis

Walker, F. 1849: 827
1849
Loc

Peckia lamanensis

Robineau-Desvoidy, J. B. 1830: 335
1830
Loc

Musca gulo

Pape, T. 1986: 302
Fabricius, J. C. 1805: 283
1805