Mohrigia, Menzel. Moreover, 1995

Xu, Jun, Shi, Kai, Huang, Junhao & Wu, Hong, 2017, Review of the genus Mohrigia Menzel (Diptera, Sciaridae) from China, Zootaxa 4300 (1), pp. 71-98: 72-73

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4300.1.4

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/635987A0-FFB2-3F78-FF60-6F9F49D558BE

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scientific name

Mohrigia
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Key to the species of Mohrigia  (males)

1. Maxillary palps 2-segmented ( Fig. 7View FIGURE 7 E).....................................................................2

- Maxillary palps 3-segmented ( Figs 8View FIGURE 8 D, 12C)................................................................7

2. Hypopygium with an unusually split gonostylus, with a wide intercoxal lobe; wing veins M and CuA with macrotrichia dor- sally............................................................. M. insolenta Rudzinski, 2006  : Taiwan ( ORI)

- Hypopygium with an ovate or elongated oval gonostylus, with intercoxal lobe narrow or absent; wing veins M and CuA with- out macrotrichia ( Fig. 14View FIGURE 14 D)..............................................................................3

3. Intercoxal lobe absent............................................. M. cirricoxalis Rudzinski, 2006  : Taiwan ( ORI) 

- Intercoxal lobe present ( Fig. 7View FIGURE 7 D).........................................................................4

4. Gonostylus with a small intercoxal lobe ( Fig. 7View FIGURE 7 D)............................................................5

- Gonostylus with an oblong intercoxal lobe..................................................................6

5. Gonocoxite with an apicodorsal lobe bearing three long setae, tegmen slightly and smoothly curved, parameral apodeme later- ally sclerotized on tegmen ( Figs 7View FIGURE 7 C –D)....................................... M. notolobos  sp. nov.: Yunnan ( PAL)

- Gonocoxite without apicodorsal lobe, tegmen pyramidal-tiara shape, parameral apodeme continuously sclerotized forming a central strip on dorsal side............................................ M. structura Rudzinski, 2006  : Taiwan ( ORI) 

6. Dorsal lobe of gonostylus large and coracoid, arising from strongly inflated dorsal margin of gonostylus...................................................................... M. rhynchophysa ( Yang, Zhang & Yang, 1993)  : Fujian ( ORI)

- Dorsal lobe of gonostylus relatively small, and gonostylus not inflated in dorsal margin.......................................................................................... M. infernosa Rudzinski, 2006  : Fujian, Taiwan ( ORI) 

7. Intercoxal lobe on the ventral side of genitalia broad, and tegmen hidden by the long and dense setae on the intercoxal lobe............................................................ M. hippai Menzel, 1995  : Tibet; Nepal, Burma ( ORI) 

- Intercoxal lobe on the ventral side of genitalia narrow or absent, and tegmen never hidden by setae on the intercoxal lobe... 8

8. Hypopygium with a rounded tegmen, the gonostylus kidney-shaped ( Figs 8View FIGURE 8 A –B)....................................................................... M. orthacantha ( Yang, Zhang & Yang, 1993)  : Fujian, Inner Mongolia ( PAL, ORI) 

- Tegmen of hypopygium not rounded, the gonostylus not kidney-shaped ( Figs 10View FIGURE 10 B, 12B).............................9

9. Dorsal lobe of gonostylus large and coracoid, arising from strongly inflated dorsal margin of gonostylus ( Fig. 12View FIGURE 12 A).......................................................................... M. subrhynchophysa  sp. nov.: Yunnan ( ORI)

- Dorsal lobe of gonostylus relatively small, and gonostylus not inflated on dorsal margin ( Figs 9View FIGURE 9 A, 10A)................ 10

10. Inner side of gonostylus significantly concaved with a long and strong apical tooth arising from its dorsal medial margin ( Figs 10View FIGURE 10 A, D).............................................................. M. scrobiculata  sp. nov.: Yunnan ( ORI)

- Inner side of gonostylus not significantly concaved ( Figs 1View FIGURE 1 A, 9A).............................................. 11

11. Inner side of gonostylus inflated or slightly inflated ( Figs 2View FIGURE 2 A, 9A)..............................................12

- Inner side of gonostylus not inflated, slender ( Fig. 1View FIGURE 1 A).......................................................19

12. Intercoxal lobe absent ( Fig. 9View FIGURE 9 C)................................................ M. ovoidea  sp. nov.: Fujian ( ORI) 

- Intercoxal lobe present ( Figs 2View FIGURE 2 B, 3C, 4A, 5A, 13A).........................................................13

13. Gonostylus with an apical tooth arising from a well-developed dorsal lobe ( Figs 2View FIGURE 2 A, 5A –B).........................14

- Gonostylus with an apical tooth arising from a relatively small dorsal lobe ( Figs 3View FIGURE 3 C, 4A)............................16

14. Tegmen slightly and smoothly curved, dorsal lobe of gonostylus subcylindrical ( Figs 2View FIGURE 2 A –B)........................................................................................... M. cylindrata  sp. nov.: Yunnan, Tibet ( ORI *)

- Tegmen nearly rectangular and apically truncate, dorsal lobe of gonostylus large (Figs 5A –B, 13A –B).................15

15. Dorsal lobe arising just medially of the apex of gonostylus (Figs 5A –C)............................................................................ M. megalocornuta ( Mohrig & Menzel, 1992)  : Zhejiang, Fujian, Taiwan; Japan ( ORI) 

- Dorsal lobe arising from the subapical part of gonostylus ( Figs 13View FIGURE 13 A –B)...... M. truncatula  sp. nov.: Zhejiang, Fujian ( ORI) 

16. Gonostylus greatly inflated, approximately spherical ( Figs 3View FIGURE 3 A –B, 4A –B)....................................... 17

- Gonostylus slightly inflated, elongate oval ( Fig. 1View FIGURE 1 A).........................................................19

17. Gonostylus with two dorsal lobe, tegmen trapezoid................... M. hylotoma Menzel & Mohrig, 1999  : Nepal ( ORI) 

- Gonostylus only with one dorsal lobe, tegmen not trapezoid...................................................18

18. Tegmen triangular ( Figs 3View FIGURE 3 A –C).............................................. M. globulosa  sp. nov.: Tibet ( ORI *) 

- Tegmen evenly curved apically ( Figs 4View FIGURE 4 A, B).............................. M. inflata  sp. nov.: Zhejiang, Hubei (PAL*)

19. Tegmen pyramidal................. M. composivera Rudzinski, 2006  : Fujian, Yunnan, Tibet, Shaanxi, Taiwan ( PAL, ORI) 

- Tegmen trapezoid.................................................... M. retarda Rudzinski, 2006  : Taiwan ( ORI) 

20. Intercoxal lobe on ventral side of genitalia absent, tegmen pyramidal ( Fig. 1View FIGURE 1 C)......... M. angusta  sp. nov.: Shaanxi ( PAL) 

- Intercoxal lobe on ventral side of genitalia present, tegmen large and trapezoidal..................................................................................................... M. rusticana Rudzinski, 2006  : Taiwan ( ORI)

ORI

Ocean Research Institute

PAL

Herbarium Mediterraneum Panormitanum

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Sciaridae