Paryphosmylus ornatus Krüger, 1913,

Martins, Caleb Califre, Ardila-Camacho, Adrian & Aspöck, Ulrike, 2016, Neotropical osmylids (Neuroptera, Osmylidae): Three new species of Isostenosmylus Krüger, 1913, new distributional records, redescriptions, checklist and key for the Neotropical species, Zootaxa 4149 (1), pp. 1-66: 11-14

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http://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4149.1.1

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scientific name

Paryphosmylus ornatus Krüger, 1913
status

 

Paryphosmylus ornatus Krüger, 1913 

( Figs 5View FIGURE 5, 6View FIGURE 6)

Paryphosmylus ornatus Krüger, 1913: 33  . Refs. Krüger (1913), Wang et al. (2010), Ardila-Camacho & Noriega (2014). Holotype female ( PAN).

Type-locality. Ecuador.

Material examined. Holotype, Ecuador, (1♀ PAN). 

Distribution. Ecuador.

Redescription. Head ( Fig. 6View FIGURE 6 C). Labrum dark brown with many long pale setae; clypeus and frons dark brown; labial palpi pale yellow; maxillary palpi dark brown with small light brown setae; antennae pale yellow, scape dark brown, as wide as long with many brown setae, flagellum with 44 articles, flagellomeres as long as broad with two rings of long setae. Ocelli and compound eyes black. Vertex dark brown, occiput pale brown.

Thorax ( Fig. 5View FIGURE 5 B). Prothorax dark brown, longer than wide; entire surface of pronotum covered with numerous dark brown long setae arising from protuberant bases, mainly on the sides. Mesothorax and metathorax dark brown, as long as wide, and with many long amber setae.

Legs ( Fig. 5View FIGURE 5 B). All segments pale yellow; procoxa almost as long as femur. Mid- and hindcoxae short; femora and tibiae with numerous small pale brown setae. Tarsi and tarsal claws amber, arolium present.

Wings ( Figs 6View FIGURE 6 A, B). Wings broad (maximum width of forewing 6.38 mm, hindwing 5.7 mm) membrane light with many brown marks. Veins brown with some light yellow spots. Forewing with numerous small brown setae, mainly on the wing margin; wide costal field narrowing near the wing apex, with 69 crossveins, most of them unforked; pterostigma well defined, with dark brown spots; whitish subcostal field with many brown spots and with one crossvein basally located; Rs forked near to wing base, with 12 branches; MP forked near the wing base; numerous dark amber spots on crossveins; two well-defined nygmata, the first one is located near the base of Rs and the second one is located in the middle of the wing, between the first and second branch of Rs; gradate series are brown. Hindwing with small brown setae, mainly on the wing margin; narrow costal field, with approximately 60 crossveins, most of them simple; pterostigma well defined, with three brown marks; whitish subcostal field with one crossvein basally located; Rs with 12 branches; two well-defined nygmata, the first one is located near the base of Rs and the second one is located in the middle of the wing, between the first and second branch of Rs; gradates series are fuscous brown.

Abdomen ( Figs 5View FIGURE 5 B, 6D). The abdomen was not dissected; therefore it was not possible to see the female genitalia. Female tergites and sternites dark brown; all segments covered with long light yellow setae. Ectoproct pale yellow with many long pale setae. Ninth gonocoxites pale yellow with blunt apex. Spircles light yellow. Male. Unknown.

PAN

Panjab University

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Neuroptera

Family

Osmylidae

Genus

Paryphosmylus

Loc

Paryphosmylus ornatus Krüger, 1913

Martins, Caleb Califre, Ardila-Camacho, Adrian & Aspöck, Ulrike 2016
2016
Loc

Paryphosmylus ornatus Krüger, 1913 : 33

Kruger 1913: 33
1913