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Published: 2020-12-03
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Redescription of Armillipora Quate (Diptera: Psychodidae: Psychodinae) with a new species from Bolivia

National Museum, Department of Entomology, Cirkusová 1740, CZ-193 00 Praha 9 – Horní Počernice, Czech Republic.
University of Prešov, Faculty of Humanities and Natural Sciences, Department of Ecology, 17. novembra 1, SK-081 16 Prešov, Slovakia.
Boulevard Aristide Briand 95, Montreuil Sous Bois, F-931 00, France.
Museo Entomológico. León, Nicaragua.
Instituto de Investigación en Salud y Desarrollo, IINSAD; Facultad de Medicina, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés, UMSA. Calle Claudio Sanjinés s/n, frente al Instituto Nacional del Tórax. Complejo Hospitalario de Miraflores, La Paz, Bolivia.
Diptera Central America South South America Bolivia Nicaragua moth flies taxonomy Maruinini Setomimini

Abstract

The former monotypic genus Armillipora Quate, known only from Costa Rica and Panama, is redescribed, including the type species A. selvica Quate, this time collected on the Caribbean side of Nicaragua, RAAN department, and illustrated based on male morphological characters. The male of a new species, A. suapiensis sp. nov., from Bolivia, La Paz department, is described here and also figured.

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