Calodia, Nielson., 1982

Meshram, Naresh M., 2019, Leafhopper tribe Coelidiini (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Coelidiinae) of the Indian subcontinent, Zootaxa 4653 (1), pp. 1-91: 8-9

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Key to species of genus Calodia   from the Indian subcontinent (Males)

1. Pygofer with caudoventral process ( Figs. 15 H View FIGURES 15 , 16 H View FIGURES 16 )........................................................ 2

- Pygofer without caudoventral process ( Figs. 18 G View FIGURES 18 , 19 H View FIGURES 19 )...................................................... 8

2. Aedeagus with both processes arising at midlength and appressed to shaft ( Figs. 14 C, D View FIGURES 14 ) ( India: Bida)................................................................................................... C. bicompressa Nielson  

- Aedeagus with both processes arising more apically and not appressed to shaft ( Figs. 15 View FIGURES 15 A–D)........................ 3

3. Aedeagus with both processes glabrous ( Figs. 15 View FIGURES 15 A–D)....................................................... 4

- Aedeagus with proximal process trifid ( Figs. 23 View FIGURES 23 A–B) ( India: Kerala)............................. C. tridenta   sp. nov.

4. Pygofer caudoventral process lobe-like ( Fig. 15 H View FIGURES 15 )........................................................... 5 - Pygofer caudoventral process slender elongate ( Figs. 16 H View FIGURES 16 , 17 H View FIGURES 17 , 20 H View FIGURES 20 ).......................................... 6

5. Aedeagus with distal process 3x as long as proximal process ( Figs. 21 View FIGURES 21 A–C) ( India: Kerala)........... C. periyari   sp. nov.

- Aedeagus with distal process about 2x as long as proximal process ( Figs. 15 View FIGURES 15 A–D) ( India: Tamil Nadu).. C. deergha   sp. nov.

6. Style apophysis thin and slender in dorsal view ( Fig. 16 F View FIGURES 16 ) ( India: Kerala)......................... C. keralica   sp. nov.

- Style apophysis thicker in dorsal view ( Figs. 17 F View FIGURES 17 , 20 F View FIGURES 20 )...................................................... 7

7. Subgenital plate with subapical margin serrated ( Fig. 17 E View FIGURES 17 ) ( India: Karnataka, Tamil Nadu)...... C. kodikanelensis Nielson  

- Subgenital plate with smooth subapical margin ( Fig. 20 E View FIGURES 20 ) ( India: Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu; Sri Lan- ka).................................................................................. C. ostenta (Distant)  

8. Aedeagus with processes equal in length, arising almost apically and both with secondary spines ( Figs. 14 View FIGURES 14 M–N) ( India: Arunachal Prdesh)................................................................... C. propennata Nielson  

- Aedeagus with processes unequal in length and distinctly arising subapically, one being more proximal than the other ( Figs. 22 View FIGURES 22 A–C)............................................................................................... 9

9. Aedeagus with proximal process bifid ( Fig. 22 A View FIGURES 22 ) or trifid ( Fig. 18 A View FIGURES 18 )........................................... 10

- Aedeagus with four or more secondary spines on proximal process ( Fig. 14 F View FIGURES 14 ).................................... 12

10. Aedeagus with proximal process trifid ( Figs. 18 View FIGURES 18 A–B) ( India: Karnatka)............................ C. kumari   sp. nov.

- Aedeagus with proximal process bifid ( Figs. 22 View FIGURES 22 A–B)....................................................... 11

11. Aedeagus with proximal process forked near base ( Figs. 22 View FIGURES 22 A–B) ( India: Tamil Nadu)............... C. subscripta Nielson  

- Aedeagus with proximal process forked near apex ( Fig. 14 J View FIGURES 14 ) ( Sri Lanka)....................... C. paraostenta Nielson  

12. Aedeagus with proximal process about as long as distal process and with secondary setae in distal half length ( Fig. 14 F View FIGURES 14 ) ( Sri Lanka)................................................................................ C. fusca (Melichar)  

- Aedeagus with proximal process 1 ½ x as long as distal process and with secondary setae in distal ¾ ( Figs. 19 View FIGURES 19 A–B) ( India: Karnataka, Kerala)..................................................................... C. neofusca   sp. nov.