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Diplopeltoides pumilus Vincx & Gourbault 1992, comb. nov.

Oleksandr Holovachov & Sven Boström
Diplopeltoides pumilus (Vincx & Gourbault, 1992)comb. nov. Fig. 8; Table 5 Diagnosis Diplopeltoides pumilus is characterised by by a body of 0.43–0.58 mm long; cuticle with longitudinal striation; cuticularised plate absent; cephalic sensilla setiform, 2–3 µm long; amphidial fovea an inverted U-shape, 8–17 µm long and 8–11 µm wide in female and 13–19 µm long and 8–9 µm wide in male; narrow space between amphidial branches not ornamented; secretory-excretory pore indistinct; tail conoid; testes opposed;...

Diplopeltoides pumilus Vincx & Gourbault 1992, comb. nov.

Oleksandr Holovachov & Sven Boström
Diplopeltoides pumilus (Vincx & Gourbault, 1992)comb. nov. Fig. 8; Table 5 Diagnosis Diplopeltoides pumilus is characterised by by a body of 0.43–0.58 mm long; cuticle with longitudinal striation; cuticularised plate absent; cephalic sensilla setiform, 2–3 µm long; amphidial fovea an inverted U-shape, 8–17 µm long and 8–11 µm wide in female and 13–19 µm long and 8–9 µm wide in male; narrow space between amphidial branches not ornamented; secretory-excretory pore indistinct; tail conoid; testes opposed;...

Paranomina martini Mcalpine 2019, sp. nov.

David K. Mcalpine
Paranomina martini sp. nov. http://zoobank.org/NomenclaturalActs/ 4F709BBB-EB1E-4FAB-925E-17C3256E50AA Figs 17, 18 Holotype ♂. New South Wales: Goonoo State Forest, 17 miles [c. 27 km] NE of Dubbo, 25.iii.1971, D.K.M. (AM K.456344). On leaves of Xanthorrhoea. On micropin through polyporus, right antenna damaged, postabdomen in microvial on main pin. Paratypes. New South Wales: 1♂, near Native Dog Hill, 38 km E of Rylstone, Nov. 1978, G.D. (AM); 1♂, Mount Kaputar National Park, Narrabri district, c. 900 m, Jan....

Tylopus dorsalis Likhitrakarn & Golovatch & Panha 2016, sp. nov.

Natdanai Likhitrakarn, Sergei I. Golovatch & Somsak Panha
Tylopus dorsalis sp. nov. urn:lsid:zoobank.org:act: EDC 8D353- BE 43-4D79-8 BA 4- E 23D0 FD 57 CE7 Figs 16 – 17, 26 Diagnosis The live coloration is similar to that of T. trigonum, but the new species differs in the head and collum being light brown (versus blackish), and the pattern not contrasting (versus contrasting); the gonopod structure is similar to that of T. crassipes Golovatch, 1984, but the new species differs in process x being...

Cymonomus brevis Ahyong 2019, sp. nov.

Shane T. Ahyong
Cymonomus brevis sp. nov. http://zoobank.org/NomenclaturalActs/ 7BCA2CEE-DEE6-4C00-AC5F-82982D41957D Figs 8, 9 Holotype: NIWA 76191, spent female (cl 3.2 mm, pcl 2.7 mm, cw 3.1 mm), Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, 35°47.80'S175°13.00'E, 151 m, NZOI stn I4, 2 May 1975. Description of holotype. Carapace quadrate, almost square, lateral margins weakly divergent posteriorly; regions weakly indicated, cervical groove weakly indicated; lower pterygostomian region swollen; anterior and anterolateral surfaces with few long, fine setae, other surfaces sparsely setose. Anterolateral spine...

Spilopteron apicale Matsumura 1912

Masato Ito & Kaoru Maeto
Spilopteron apicale (Matsumura, 1912) Figs 2b, 3b, 4b, 5b, 6b, 7 c–d, 8b Chorischizus apicalis Matsumura, 1912: 149. Type locality: Japan, Hokkaido, Sapporo City. Phaenolobus apicalis – Uchida 1928: 34. Arotes apicalis – Uchida 1932: 160. Siphimedia apicalis – Uchida 1934: 52. Spilopteron apicalis – Townes et al. 1965: 391. — Kusigemati 1981: 121 (in part). Spilopteron apicale – Yu et al. 2005, 2012. — Ito et al. 2015: 546. Material examined JAPAN: 1 ♀...

Psammoecus nyakabuyensis Karner 2014, sp. nov.

Michael Karner
Psammoecus nyakabuyensis sp. nov. Fig. 2A–G urn:lsid:zoobank.org:act: FEA38F3 A- 722 B- 45B0-B336-1C885 FDB7262 Diagnosis The following combination of character states is diagnostic for this species: 1 st antennomere 2.1 times as long as 2 nd antennomere; maximum pronotal width near middle; lateral margins of pronotum with distinct, triangular teeth with wide bases, anterior angle of pronotum with distinct denticle; elytral striae narrower than interstices; interstices of lateral elytral striae with very small tubercles; median lobe...

Haliclona (Flagellia) Van Soest 2017

Rob W. M. Van Soest
Haliclona (Flagellia) sp. Fig. 17 ? Sigmadocia flagelifer [sic] Kaminskaya, 1971: 116. ? Haliclona sp. 2 Alcolado, 2002: 67. Material examined COLOMBIA: Santa Marta, Punta de Betín, 11.2503° N, 74.2207° W, 20 m deep, SCUBA, coll. M. Kielman, field number SM 132, 1991 (ZMA Por. 21962). Description Small fragment, approximately 2 × 2 × 1 mm in size. Color in alcohol dark brown. Consistency soft. SKELETON. Confused, a largely unispicular reticulation of oxeas. Few microscleres....

Haliclona (Flagellia) hajdui Van Soest 2017, subgen. et sp. nov.

Rob W. M. Van Soest
Haliclona (Flagellia) hajdui subgen. et sp. nov. urn:lsid:zoobank.org:act: 7F505002-4332-4C79-BCD7-5E3CDEF3A1AB Figs 15–16 Desmacella sp. – Schmidt 1870: 53, Pl. V fig. 15. Haliclona (Gellius) aff. flagellifera – Van Soest 2017: 27, figs 16a–e. Etymology The specific epithet refers to professor Eduardo Hajdu (Museu Nacional de Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) in recognition of his many contributions to our knowledge of the sponge fauna of South America. Material examined Holotype SURINAME: ' Luymes O.C.P.S. II' Guyana Shelf Expedition,...

Eulibitia castor Medrano & Kury 2017, sp. nov.

Miguel Medrano & Adriano B. Kury
Eulibitia castor sp. nov. urn:lsid:zoobank.org:act: 954AC9A9-0ECB-4790-82D8-AEDE8D09C14E Figs 5–7, 34 Diagnosis Paramedian tubercles of areas I, III and posterior margin of scutum acuminate (Fig. 5E), tubercles of posterior margin higher than wide and slanted backwards (Fig. 5A, D–E). Ladder mask only present in the scutal groove between areas I and II (Fig. 6A). Coda short and mid-bulge symmetrical (Fig. 6A), clavi inguines composed of two tubercles. DS shape is very similar to that in E. pollux...

Eulibitia Roewer 1912

Miguel Medrano & Adriano B. Kury
Eulibitia h-inscriptum (Mello-Leitão, 1941) comb. nov. Fig. 32 Platymessa h-inscripta Mello-Leitão, 1941: 167, fig 2. Platymessa nigrolimbata Mello-Leitão, 1941: 168, fig 3 (junior subjective synonym of Platymessa h-inscripta according to Medrano & Kury 2016). Platymessa nigrolimbata – B. Soares 1945: 344. — Kury 2003: 81. Cynorta h-inscripta – H. Soares 1970: 325. Platymessa h-inscripta – Kury 2003: 81. Platymessa h-inscriptum – Kury & Alonso-Zarazaga 2011: 51. — Medrano & Kury 2016: 58, figs 1–29. Diagnosis...

Cryptinglisia Cockerell 1900

Ilya A. Gavrilov-Zimin & Philipp E. Chetverikov
Key to African species of the genus Cryptinglisia 1 Legs normally developed.................................................................................................................. 2 – Legs vestigial, with partly reduced segments................................................................................... 3 2 Stigmatic setae significantly longer than marginal setae................... C. lounsburyi Cockerell, 1900 – Stigmatic setae similar in length with marginal setae................................... C. zizyphi (Brain, 1920) 3 One stigmatic seta present in each stigmatic cleft; claw digitules symmetric; rows of simple pores absent along body margin and along midline........................................ C. elytropappi (Brain, 1920) – Three...

Joinvillichthys lindstroemi Davis 1890

Louis Taverne & Luigi Capasso
Joinvillichthys lindstroemi (Davis, 1890) Figs 1-11 Diagnosis Joinvillichthys with a body depth comprising between 23.8 and 34.0 % of the standard length. No dorsal prominence on the frontal. Maxilla triangular in shape. Small parietal. Dermosupraoccipital sutured with the parietal and the dermopterotic. Dermopterotic deeper than long. Large dermosphenotic. Thin, rodlike opercle. Anterior ventral branch of the cleithrum present. Thin pectoral spine articulated on the rear of the cleithral posterior process. Caudal fin with a convex...

Gergithus (Maculergithus) Constant & Pham 2016

Jérôme Constant & Hong-Thai Pham
Gergithus (Maculergithus) sp. Figs 1, 2I–J Gergithus multipunctatus – Chen et al. 2014 (erroneously identified as G. multipunctatus Che, Zhang & Wang, 2007): 50 [keyed], 55 [described], 56 [habitus, details and male genitalia illustrated], 190 [material examined – see note infra] — Guo & Chen 2015 (erroneously identified as G. multipunctatus Che, Zhang & Wang, 2007): 430 [material examined], 431 [colour and ratios], 432–433 [male genitalia], figs 9–10, 17, 23, 29, 35 [habitus, frons and...

Eulibitia helena Medrano & Kury 2017, sp. nov.

Miguel Medrano & Adriano B. Kury
Eulibitia helena sp. nov. urn:lsid:zoobank.org:act: 24196992- FBD 8-405 D- 8 F 75- DFCF 7 F 811D97 Figs 11–14, 34; Table 1 Diagnosis Paramedian rounded tubercles in areas I, III and posterior margin of scutum, other areas finely granulated, without tubercles (Fig. 12A). Coda short and mid-bulge slightly asymmetrical (Fig. 12A), coxa IV finely granulated, with well-marked clavi inguines (Fig. 12A). Differs from other species of the genus because the ladder mask rails and rungs overflow...

Psammoecus Latreille 1829

Michael Karner
Key to the African species of Psammoecus Latreille, 1829 Psammoecus laetulus Grouvelle, 1914 appears in couplets 12 and 15 of the determination key by intent, reflecting the high morphological variability that is observed in this species. 1 Lateral margins of pronotum without teeth; only anterior and posterior groups of small teeth present ………………………………………………………………………………………………………2 – Lateral margins of pronotum with various number of large or small teeth …………………………3 2 3 rd antennomere shorter than 2 nd;...

Psammoecus longicornis Schaufuss 1872

Michael Karner
Psammoecus longicornis Schaufuss, 1872 New record SOUTH AFRICA: Mpumalanga Province: Nelshoogte Pass, 10 Feb. 1987, leg. Endrödy-Younga, 11 specimens (9 TMSA, 2 MKF).

Psammoecus simoni Grouvelle 1892

Michael Karner
Psammoecus simoni Grouvelle, 1892 New records RÉUNION: Bourbier, 20 Dec. 1991, leg. Janék, 3 specimens (ZMHB); Bras des Chévrettes, 16–19 Dec. 1991, leg. Janék, 47 specimens (ZMHB); Plaine des Palmistes, Petite Plaine, 27 Dec. 1991, leg. Janék, 1 specimen (ZMHB); Ravine de St. Gilles, Bassin Cormoran, 13–14 Jan. & 22–23 Jan. 1992, leg. Janék, 2 specimens (ZMHB); Ravine de St. Gilles, Bassin des Algrettes, 13–14 Jan. 1992, leg. Janék, 1 specimen (ZMHB); Saint Paul, 29...

Psammoecus marginicollis Grouvelle 1908

Michael Karner
Psammoecus marginicollis Grouvelle, 1908 New records KENYA: Chyulu Hills, Jun. 1938, 1 ♂ (TMSA). UGANDA: Masindi District, Budongo Forest, 12–29 Jan. 1997, leg. Göllner, 4 specimens (ZMHB); Mbale District, Butandinga, Dec. 1938, leg. Taylor, 1 ♂ (BMNH).

Psammoecus longicornis Schaufuss 1872

Michael Karner
Psammoecus longicornis Schaufuss, 1872 New record SOUTH AFRICA: Mpumalanga Province: Nelshoogte Pass, 10 Feb. 1987, leg. Endrödy-Younga, 11 specimens (9 TMSA, 2 MKF).

Scrapter sittybon Davies 2005

Michael Kuhlmann & Thyra Friehs
Scrapter sittybon Davies, 2005 Scrapter sittybon Davies, 2005: 171–173, figs 36–39. Material examined (49 specimens) SOUTH AFRICA • 1 ♀, 1 ♂; 10 km SSE of Steinkopf, road side N7; 29°19′56″ S, 17°46′28″ E; alt. 880 m a.s.l.; 12 Sep. 2017; MK leg.; RCMK • 21 ♀♀; 5 km SE of Lekkersing, road side; 29°03′28″ S, 17°07′16″ E; alt. 300 m a.s.l.; 10 Sep. 2016; MK and EA leg.; RCMK • 17 ♀♀, 1 ♂;...

Scrapter punctulatus Kuhlmann, nom. nov.

Michael Kuhlmann & Thyra Friehs
Scrapter punctulatus Kuhlmann nom. nov. First, Willem Coetzer, South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity, Grahamstown (South Africa), and later independently Vladimir G. Radchenko, Institute of Evolutionary Ecology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev (Ukraine), pointed out to me (MK) that Scrapter punctatus Kuhlmann, 2014 is a primary junior homonym of S. punctatus Lepeletier & Audinet-Serville, 1825 (= Allodape punctata [Lepeletier & Audinet-Serville, 1825]) (Eardley & Urban 2010). There is no known synonym...

Scrapter exiguus Kuhlmann 2014

Michael Kuhlmann & Thyra Friehs
Scrapter exiguus Kuhlmann, 2014 Scrapter exiguus Kuhlmann, 2014: 12–16, figs 6–7. Material examined (24 specimens) SOUTH AFRICA • 1 ♀; 10 km SSE of Steinkopf, road side N7; 29°19′56″ S, 17°46′28″ E; alt. 880 m a.s.l.; 12 Sep. 2017; MK leg.; RCMK • 1 ♀; 5 km SE of Lekkersing, road side; 29°03′28″ S, 17°07′16″ E; alt. 300 m a.s.l.; 10 Sep. 2016; MK and EA leg.; RCMK • 1 ♀; same collection data as...

Pseudopomyza (Apops) arenae Mcalpine 2019, sp. nov.

David K. Mcalpine
Pseudopomyza (Apops) arenae sp. nov. http://zoobank.org/NomenclaturalActs/ 0475448A-4BA6-428E-8AC5-70FA8EA241F1 Figs 3–12 Holotype ♂. Tasmania: The Neck, Bruny Island ["Penguin Rookery" on some maps, c. 43˚17'S 147˚21'E], 16–18. iii.2005, B. J. Day & D. K. McAlpine (AM K.493926). Mounted on card point. Paratypes. Tasmania: 1♂, 6♀♀, same data as holotype (AM K.540941–944, K.556230–231; CNC [with register number K.515414]). Description (♂, ♀). Small, shining black moderately robust fly, with clear wings and dark legs. Coloration. Head largely brown-black, with...

Pseudopomyza Strobl

David K. Mcalpine
Genus Pseudopomyza Strobl Pseudopomyza Strobl 1883: 284. Type species (monotypy): P. nitidissima Strobl (= Opomyza atrimana Meigen). I have seen three Australian species of this genus belonging in the subgenera Apops McAlpine and Dete McAlpine as distinguished by McAlpine (1994). Of these, one species is known only from a single female specimen from Western Australia which is here considered as inadequate material for taxonomic description. It is provisionally identified as Pseudopomyza (Apops) sp. C, deposited...

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