Caetana pulchra, Domahovski & Gonçalves & Takiya & Cavichioli, 2019

Domahovski, Alexandre Cruz, Gonçalves, Clayton Corrêa, Takiya, Daniela Maeda & Cavichioli, Rodney Ramiro, 2019, Two new genera and species of Gyponini (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) from South America, Zootaxa 4568 (3), pp. 561-570: 563

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4568.3.9

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/7CD93550-B7DF-4258-A617-D947BB75245E

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scientific name

Caetana pulchra
status

sp. nov.

Caetana pulchra   sp. nov.

( Figs 1 View FIGURES 1 –23, 38–41)

Type locality. Sinop , Mato Grosso state, Centralwestern Brazil   .

Measurements (mm). Total length, 12.88–13.90 (male), 14.44–14.56 (female)

Color. Dorsum brown and venter yellow ( Figs 38 View FIGURES 38 –41). Crown ( Figs 1 View FIGURES 1 , 14 View FIGURES 14 ) yellow, with a broad brown median longitudinal band between ocelli, pair of black longitudinal narrow bands over ocelli. Face (Figs 2, 15) yellow. Pronotum ( Figs 1 View FIGURES 1 , 14 View FIGURES 14 ) with brown macula bordered by black, continuing crown markings and extending to humeral angles, lateral margins yellow with red border. Mesonotum with four yellow maculae, one pair of subtriangular ones on lateral angles bordered by black, one small median spot near anterior margin bordered by black, and one large spot covering anterior portion of scutellum; apex of scutellum black. Forewing (Figs 4, 17) yellow and translucent; crossveins and apices of anal veins and claval suture, black; costal margin reddish-brown. Foreleg (Figs 39, 41) with profemur yellow; protibia red, dorsal surface with lateral margins black; tarsus with first and second tarsomeres red, third tarsomere yellow. Median and hind legs (Figs 39, 41) yellow.

Description. External morphological characters as in generic description.

Male terminalia. Sternite VIII (Fig. 6) partially covering subgenital plates; in ventral view, trapezoidal; 1.5 times wider than long; posterolateral angles rounded; posterior margin slightly excavated. Valve (Fig. 7), in ventral view, three times wider than long; integument thickened only on anterior margin; posterior margin deeply excavated medially. Pygofer (Fig. 8), in lateral view, elongate and narrow; about three times longer than maximum height; apex tapered, subacute; macrosetae dispersed only at apex and posterior margin. Subgenital plate, in lateral view (Fig. 8), not produced posteriorly as far as pygofer apex; in ventral view (Fig. 9), 3.3 times longer than wide, apical half wider than base; ventral surface with small setae near external margin; lateral margins divergent toward apex; external margin slightly rounded; internal margin excavated at mid-length; apex abruptly subacute. Connective (Fig. 10) Y-shaped; approximately one-third as long as style; stalk longer than wide. Style, in dorsal view (Fig. 10), with outer lobe well-developed with microsetae; in lateral view (Fig. 11), apical half with long microsetae; ventral margin serrated pre-apically; apex curved dorsally and rounded, with elongate and acute apical process directed mesad. Aedeagus (Figs 12, 13) with preatrium reduced; dorsal apodeme developed dorsally, flattened and rounded; shaft elongated and flattened dorsoventrally, with pair of short apical processes, bent ventrally.

Female terminalia. Sternite VII (Fig. 18) 1.7 times wider than long; posterolateral angles subacute and produced; posterior margin deeply excavated each side of a rounded median lobe. Internal sternite VIII membranous. Pygofer (Fig. 19) elongate and narrow; about 2.8 times longer than maximum height; apex truncate; macrosetae dispersed near apex and microsetae near ventral margin. First valvifer (Fig. 20) 1.5 times higher than long; anterior angle rounded; anterior margin slightly excavated; dorsal and posterior margins straight. First valvula (Fig. 20) slightly curved dorsally; about 7.5 times longer than high; with approximately same height along entire length; apex (Fig. 21) with dorsal sculptured area strigate, ventroapical margin areolate; apex acute. Second valvula (Fig. 22) approximately four times longer than maximum height; apical portion (Fig. 23) dorsal and ventroapical margins with minute and uniform denticles; apex tapered and acute. Third valvula (Fig. 19) 3.5 times longer than high; ventral margin with only short setae; apex acute.

Etymology. The new species epithet is derived from the Latin word “ pulchra   ” meaning beautiful.

Material examined. Holotype male:   " Sinop Mato Grosso \ Brasil X.1975 \ M. Alvarenga Leg ", “DNA voucher:\ Entomologia, DZRJ \ ENT2428 ” (DZUP). Paratypes: 16: " Brasil, MT, Novo Mundo, Pq.\ Est. do Cristalino, 09.4517°S \ 55.8396°W, 240m, malaise,\ 21–25.vi.2017, Cavichioli,\ Melo, Domahovski & Muniz" ( DZUP); 16: " Brasil, MT, Novo Mundo,\ Pq. Est. do Cristalino,\ 09.4517°S 55.8396°W,\ 240m, sweep, 21–25.vi. \ 2017, A.C. Domahovski " ( DZRJ); 16: " Brasil, Rondônia, Itapuã do Oeste \ Flona Jamari, trilha pedra\ grande; 09°11’39.4”S \ 63°04’55.4”W; 05.x.2014 \ arm. malaise; J.A.Rafael,\ F.F.Xavier F°, R.M.Vieira e\ R.H.Aquino ”, “DNA voucher:\ Entomologia, DZRJ \ ENT2806 ” ( INPA); 1♀ GoogleMaps   : “ Ecuador: Orellana, Tran-\sect Ent. 1km S Onkonegare \ Camp Reserva Etnica Waorani \ 00°39’10”S, 076°26’00”W ”, “ 4-Oct-1994, T.L.Erwin \ et al., fogging terra firme\ forest lot#861” ( EPCN); 1♀ GoogleMaps   : “ Ecuador: Orellana, Tran-\sect Ent. 1km S Onkonegare \ Camp Reserva Etnica Waorani \ 00°39’10”S, 076°26’00”W ”, “ 30-Jun-1995, T.L.Erwin \ et al., fogging terra firme\ forest lot#1080” ( DZRJ) GoogleMaps   .

MT

Mus. Tinro, Vladyvostok

DZUP

Universidade Federal do Parana, Colecao de Entomologia Pe. Jesus Santiago Moure

INPA

Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Cicadellidae

Genus

Caetana