Pygophora, Schiner, 1868

Yoshizawa, Satoshi & Tachi, Takuji, 2018, Taxonomic review of the genus Pygophora Schiner of Japan (Diptera: Muscidae), Zootaxa 4418 (5), pp. 449-468 : 450-451

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4418.5.3

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:07A21FE2-B0A4-4121-9469-21003D88891A

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5962140

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Pygophora
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Key to Japanese species of the genus Pygophora (excluding P. trimaculata Karl )

1. Frontal vitta black; male cerci nearly trapezoidal in dorsal view ( Fig. 10d View FIGURE 10 )......................... .. P. unicolor (Stein)

- Frontal vitta yellowish white or creamy yellow; male cerci not trapezoidal in dorsal view............................. 2

2. Mid tibia with 1 anterodorsal seta.........................................................................3

- Mid tibia without anterodorsal seta........................................................................4

3. Male hind tibia with apical lobe, in female first flagellomere brownish yellow apically................... P. confusa Stein

- Male hind tibia without apical lobe, in female first flagellomere creamy yellow apically............ P. immaculipennis Frey

4. Hind tibia with 5–7 anterodorsal and 4–6 posterodorsal setae................................... P. longicornis (Stein)

- Hind tibia with 2–3 anterodorsal and 2–3 posterodorsal setae................................................... 5

5. Male wing with a brown spot on the tip of R2+3 ( Fig. 1c View FIGURE 1 ); female femora entirely creamy............................. 6

- Male wing without brown spot on the tip of R2+3; female femora black on basal 3/4–4/5.............................. 8

6. Male hind tibia with 3–4 posteroventral setae............................................... P. maculipennis Stein

- Male hind tibia with 1 posteroventral seta..................................................................7

7. Male terminalia with surstylus slender at middle in dorsal view; postgonite broad at middle in lateral view ( Figs. 2b, d View FIGURE 2 ).......................................................................................... P. boninensis Snyder

- Male terminalia with surstylus broad at middle in dorsal view; postgonite slender at middle in lateral view ( Figs. 7b, d View FIGURE 7 )..................................................................................... P. macularis (Wiedemann)

8. Male abdominal tergite 5 with leaf-like setae ( Fig. 1f View FIGURE 1 ); body size not reaching 5.0 mm............... P. lepidofera (Stein)

- Male abdominal tergite 5 without leaf-like seta; body size 5.0 mm or more...................... P. respondens (Walker)

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Muscidae