Cryptinglisia Cockerell

Kondo, Takumasa, Rodríguez, José Mauricio Montes, Díaz, María Fernanda, Luna, Oscar Javier Dix & Goenaga, Edgard Palacio, 2018, Description of two new species of Cryptinglisia Cockerell (Hemiptera: Coccomorpha: Coccidae) associated with rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis L. (Lamiaceae) in Colombia, Zootaxa 4420 (3), pp. 379-390: 382-383

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4420.3.4

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:E67ABB78-1D41-423E-B44C-97AE33CAEC6F

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/AC725E20-3B14-FFA5-8296-F946FA00FC95

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scientific name

Cryptinglisia Cockerell
status

 

Key to separate the known species of Cryptinglisia Cockerell  

[Adapted from Brain (1920), De Lotto (1967), Gavrilov-Zimin & Chetverikov (2017), Granara de Willink (1999), Hodgson (1967, 1994) and Kondo & Gullan (2010)]

1. Legs rudimentary, with reduced number of segments......................................................... 2

- Legs normal, each with well-developed coxa, trochanter, femur, tibia and tarsus as typical for Coccidae   ................ 3

2. Each stigmatic cleft containing 1 stigmatic seta; claw digitules similar in shape and size; rows of simple pores absent from body margin and along midline.......................................................... C. elytropappi (Brain)  

- Each stigmatic cleft containing 3 stigmatic setae in addition to an uninterrupted row of marginal setae; claw digitules dissimilar in shape and size, with 1 conspicuously thicker than the other; row of simple pores present along body margin and along mid- line........................................................................... C. millari Gavrilov-Zimin   3. Stigmatic spines not differentiated from marginal setae. Posterior spiracular pore band incomplete, with only a few pores near area of posterior spiracle.................................................... C. patagonica Granara de Willink  

- Stigmatic spines differentiated, totalling 1 (sometimes 2) per stigmatic cleft. Posterior spiracular pore band complete, extending from area around posterior spiracle to body margin....................................................... 4

4. Perivulvar pores present in small groups on either side of anal cleft only......................................... 5

- Perivulvar pores present along either side of anal cleft, with some pores extending anterolaterally on posterior abdominal segments............................................................................................... 6

5. Marginal setae all of 1 length. Dorsal derm without areolations. Antennae 7 or 8 segmented....... C. lounsburyi Cockerell  

- Marginal setae of 2 lengths, 1 type conspicuously shorter than the other. Dorsal derm with areolations. Antennae 6 or 7 segmented............................................... C. corpoica Kondo & Montes   sp. nov. ( Figs 1A, B & C View FIGURE 1 ; 2 View FIGURE 2 )

6. Preopercular pores present along midline from just anterior to anal plates to about mesothorax. Dorsal microducts each without a septum, appearing unilocular; sparsely scattered throughout dorsum, not intermixed with preopercular pores, nor present alongside marginal setae. Antennae 7 segmented...................................... C. chilensis Kondo & Gullan  

- Preopercular pores present along midline from just anterior to anal plates to head margin. Dorsal microducts each with a septum, appearing bilocular; intermixed with preopercular pores, also present alongside marginal setae. Antennae 5 to 8 segmented............................................................................................. 7

7. Test of live insect highly convex, like a small bivalve shell. Stigmatic spines bluntly spinose, each as long as a marginal seta. Thick and large ventral submarginal setae absent from anteriorly on head and from anal lobes. Antennae 5 or 6 segmented.......................................................................................... C. zizyphi (Brain)  

- Test of live insect only slightly convex, not shaped like a small bivalve shell. Stigmatic spines sharply spinose, each about twice as long as, or longer than a marginal seta. A pair of thick and large ventral submarginal setae present anteriorly near head (ventral cephalic setae); each anal lobe also with a thick and large seta (large anal lobe seta). Antennae 7 or 8 segmented..................................................................... C. ica Montes & Kondo   sp. nov. ( Figs 1F View FIGURE 1 , 3 View FIGURE 3 )

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Coccidae