Kempynus crenatus Adams, 1971,

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: 54-56

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

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scientific name

Kempynus crenatus Adams, 1971
status

 

Kempynus crenatus Adams, 1971 

( Figs. 37View FIGURE 37, 38View FIGURE 38)

Kempynus crenatus Adams, 1971: 45  , figs. 1, 2a, c, e –h (wings, male genitalia, female terminalia and genitalia). Refs. Adams (1971), Penny (1977), Ardila-Camacho & Noriega (2014). Holotype female, MCZ.

Type-locality. Chile: Ñuble , Cordilleras Chillán, Las Trancas, 12 Km E. Recinto, 36°51’S  −71°37’W, 800 m, 1~ 10.x.1964, Leg. L.E.Peña.

Material examined. “ Argentina: Neuquén, Pucará , 30 Nov. 1959, F. H. Walz col.” (1♀ NMNH). 

Distribution ( Fig. 43View FIGURE 43). Chile (Ñuble); Argentina (Neuquén).

Principal characteristics. Head pale with articulating areas of antennal sockets dark, their border confluent with frontoclypeal triangle; anterior spots to anterior tentorial pits dark; borders of ocelli and vertex dark brown; antennae pale brown. Pronotum brown with four dark spots; mesonotum brown with dark spots, prescutum with four dark spots. Legs brown; mid- and forefemur with a pair of subapical dark marks; hind femur pale; tarsi pale brown, except for dark brown apical tarsomere; female procoxa laterally with many short setae arising from protuberant bases. Wings with rounded tips, membrane irregularly stained with grayish-brown suffusions and amber spots, veins mainly brown with some regions pale yellow, pterostigma barely perceptible ( Fig. 36View FIGURE 36 B); forewing with dark spots around the wing margin and along anterior radial trace, MP2 fork basal of union of CuA and CuP; hindwing diffusely smoky, mainly in the distal half; nygmata dark brown.

Male ( Figs. 38View FIGURE 38 A, B). Ninth gonocoxites elongated, crescent-shaped in lateral view with some setae at apex; ninth gonapophysis elongate tapering towards the apex; complex of tenth gonocoxites C-shaped in lateral view with two processes. Hypandrium internum elongated with winglike lobes fused on the midline ( Adams 1971).

Female ( Figs. 38View FIGURE 38 C, D). Eighth sternite with numerous setae on anterior apex, posterior lobes are short and rounded; spermathecae slightly bent with basal portion spherical ( Adams 1971).

MCZ

Museum of Comparative Zoology

NMNH

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Neuroptera

Family

Osmylidae

Genus

Kempynus

Loc

Kempynus crenatus Adams, 1971

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

Kempynus crenatus

Adams 1971: 45
1971