Tibraca limbativentris Stål, 1860,

Barros, Lurdiana D., Paim, Marcelo R., Krein, Verônica, Carabajal, Victor, Brandão, Marcela N., Bernardes, Paula De O. & Lindner, Mariana F., 2021, Illustrated guide to Pentatominae (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) species associated with the four main grain crops in Rio Grande do Sul state, Brazil, Zootaxa 4958 (1), pp. 430-478: 469-470

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4958.1.27

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4946516

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Tibraca limbativentris Stål, 1860
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Tibraca limbativentris Stål, 1860 

( Figs 2–3View FIGURES 2–5; 113–116View FIGURES 113–116)

Tibraca limbativentris Stål, 1860: 18  ; Stål, 1867: 26; Stål, 1872b: 30; Lethierry & Severin, 1893: 132; Kirkaldy, 1909: 72; Bosq, 1937: 127; Barber, 1941: 111; Costa Lima, 1947: 312; Pirán, 1956: 32; Ruffinelli & Pirán, 1959: 21; Benvegnú, 1968: 88; Becker & Grazia, 1971: 20; Fernandes & Grazia, 1998: 1052–1054.

Mormidea basalis Walker, 1868: 553  .

Mormidea walkeri Lethierry & Severin, 1893: 124  ; Kirkaldy, 1909: 72.

Tibraca basalis  ; Distant, 1899: 438.

Ogmocoris reinigeri Costa Lima, 1935: 16  ; Silva, 1945: 596; Costa Lima, 1947: 311.

Material studied. Cachoeirinha : 10♂, 8♀, IRGA [Instituto Rio Grandense do Arroz], 05.IV.2000, J. Oliveira leg. ( UFRG)  . Eldorado do Sul : 2♂, 2♀, 17.IX.1992, J. A. M. Fernandes leg. ( UFRG)  . Porto Alegre : 1♀, 21.VII.1993, J. Grazia leg. ( UFRG)  ; 1♂, 27.VIII.1974, Dalmolin leg. ( UFRG)  .

Diagnostic features. Body dorsal and ventral surfaces castaneous. Head longer than wide. Mandibular plates shorter than clypeus, rounded apically ( Fig. 113View FIGURES 113–116). Clypeus robust and raised above the mandibular plates. Antennomere 2 smaller than the first. Outline of anterolateral margins of pronotum impunctate and pale yellow, straight ( Fig. 113View FIGURES 113–116). Internal angles of cicatrices of pronotum with one pale yellow callosity each. Humeral angles slightly developed, acute apically, directed laterally. Apex of radial vein of corium with pale yellow callosity ( Fig. 114View FIGURES 113–116). Connexivum with dark castaneous macule on anterior angles ( Figs 2View FIGURES 2–5, 113View FIGURES 113–116). Sub-lateral margin of sternites yellow with sparsely distributed punctures. ( Fig. 115View FIGURES 113–116). Body length: 13.00–16.00 mm ( Fernandes & Grazia 1998; Garbelotto & Campos 2014).

Recorded host plants. Rice ( Botta et al. 2014; Hickel et al. 2016; Alves et al. 2016; Fuentes-Rodriguez et al. 2019), soybean ( Costa & Link 1974; Link & Grazia 1987) and wheat ( Link & Grazia 1987). May use as alternate hosts a variety of grasses ( Andropogon lateralis  , Eryngium eburneum  , Paspalum urvillei  , Schizachyrium microstachyum  , Tridens brasiliensi  s) and, sometimes, maize.

Distribution in Rio Grande do Sul. Cachoeirinha, Capão do Leão, Eldorado do Sul, Guaíba, Itaqui, Pelotas, Porto Alegre, Santa Maria and São Sepé ( Fig. 116View FIGURES 113–116).

Comments. This species is the most important pest in rice crops in Brazil.

UFRG

Instituto de Biologia

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Pentatomidae

Genus

Tibraca

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Tibraca limbativentris Stål, 1860

Barros, Lurdiana D., Paim, Marcelo R., Krein, Verônica, Carabajal, Victor, Brandão, Marcela N., Bernardes, Paula De O. & Lindner, Mariana F. 2021
2021
Loc

Tibraca limbativentris Stål, 1860: 18

Kirkaldy, G. W. 1909: 72
Lethierry, L. & Severin, G. 1893: 132
Stal, C. 1872: 30
Stal, C. 1867: 26
Stal, C. 1860: 18
1860