Corynoneura

Wiedenbrug, Sofia, Lamas, Carlos E. & Trivinho-Strixino, Susana, 2012, 3574, Zootaxa 3574, pp. 1-61 : 58

publication ID

1175­5334

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/DD2C87DF-FFF3-FF9C-FF32-B166BB97CDB5

treatment provided by

Felipe

scientific name

Corynoneura
status

 

Key to known pupae of Corynoneura of the Neotropical Region

1. Anal lobe rectangular ( Fig. 16 C), long fringe of setae restricted to posterior margin, if lateral margin with setae, these much shorter than posterior fringe............................................................................. 2

-. Anal lobe rounded, lateral fringe complete or not, fringe setae increasing in length posteriorly ( Figs 6 B, 9 B, 12 C)....... 8

2. Anal lobe without macrosetae ( Fig. 16 C) and without median setae, scutal tubercle conspicuous ( Fig. 16 A).................................................................................................... C. franciscoi sp. n.

-. Anal lobe with three macrosetae, sometimes small, and median setae present. Scutal tubercle, if present, inconspicuous..... 3

3. Segments IV and V with three lateral setae, if four, one posterior minute.......................................... 4

-. Segments IV and V with four lateral setae of the same size..................................................... 5

4. Shagreen of tergites IV and V with posterior row of strong spines, longer than wide ( Wiedenbrug & Trivinho-Strixino 2011, fig. 3E, F), pearl row usually present................................. C. fortispicula Wiedenbrug et Trivinho-Strixino

-. Shagreen on tergites IV and V with posterior row of weak spines as long as wide ( Wiedenbrug & Trivinho-Strixino 2011, fig. 21E, F), pearl row absent........................................ C. unicapsulata Wiedenbrug et Trivinho-Strixino

5. Shagreen on tergites IV of even distributed strong spines, spines on posterior row not stronger than on median field ( Wiedenbrug & Trivinho-Strixino 2011, fig. 9D, E)........................... C. mediaspicula Wiedenbrug et Trivinho-Strixino

-. Spines of shagreen on tergites IV and V with teeth increasing in size posteriorly................................... 6

6. Posterior row of spines at TIII–TVI very strong, posterolateral corner with diagonal sclerotized lines ( Fig. 2)................................................................................................... C. bodoquena sp. n.

-. Posterior row of spines at TIII–TVI relatively small, anal lobe not as above....................................... 7

7. About half of anal lobe lateral margin with setae, shorter and thinner than fringe on posterior margin, sternites II and III bare.................... C. septadentata Wiedenbrug et Trivinho-Strixino, C. sp. sexadentata Wiedenbrug et Trivinho-Strixino.

-. Less than one fourth of anal lobe lateral margin with setae shorter and thinner than fringe on posterior margin, sternites II and III with minute elongate spines........................................................................................ C. sertaodaquina Wiedenbrug & Trivinho-Strixino and C. sp. circulimentum Wiedenbrug et Trivinho-Strixino

8. Conjunctive of tergite and sternite IV/V armed with long and thin spines ( Figs 24 B, C, D)….............. C. renata sp. n.

-. Conjunctive of tergite IV/V with short spines, or bare......................................................... 9

9. Tergite III–V with larger spines on posterior row, on tergite III spines present on a mound ( Fig. 33 A), Chile.. C. trondi sp. n.

-. Tergite III–V not as above.............................................................................. 10 10. Tergites TIV–V with strong posterior spines ( Fig. 31 A, D)....................................... C. sisbiota sp. n.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Chironomidae