2006
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032006000200020
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A new Tanytarsus species (Insecta, Diptera, Chironomidae) from São Paulo State, Brazil

Abstract: Tanytarsus obiriciae, spec. nov., a new Tanytarsini from the Neotropics is described based on male and female adults, larvae and pupae. The larvae were found living associated with aquatic macrophytes in ponds and lakes from the Northern Region of São Paulo State, Brazil. Information on larval abundance dynamics and the adults' emergence periods is presented. Tanytarsus obiriciae, spec. nov., nova espécie de Tanytarsini da região Neotropical é descrita com base em todos os estágios, macho e fêmea adultos, pupa… Show more

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“…5). Among the Neotropical Tanytarsus, a similar anal point is known in T. fastigatus Reiss, 1972 (but broader Paggi, 1992 (triangular at tip), T. sanseverinoi Dantas, Amat, Hamada et Giłka, 2022 (nearly identical with T. pinedoi), T. tuberculatus Reiss, 1972 (with vestigial crests or flap-like enlargements), and in species of the impar group (but shorter, broader or with narrow crest) (Reiss 1972, Paggi 1992, Trivinho-Strixino & Strixino 2004, Trivinho-Strixino & Sonoda 2006, Trivinho-Strixino et al 2015, Dantas & Giłka 2017, Dantas et al 2022. The simple (bare) and slender anal point, but with round apex, we also describe in other new species here (see T. kaxinawa).…”
Section: Tanytarsus Chicomendesi Sp Novmentioning
confidence: 71%
“…5). Among the Neotropical Tanytarsus, a similar anal point is known in T. fastigatus Reiss, 1972 (but broader Paggi, 1992 (triangular at tip), T. sanseverinoi Dantas, Amat, Hamada et Giłka, 2022 (nearly identical with T. pinedoi), T. tuberculatus Reiss, 1972 (with vestigial crests or flap-like enlargements), and in species of the impar group (but shorter, broader or with narrow crest) (Reiss 1972, Paggi 1992, Trivinho-Strixino & Strixino 2004, Trivinho-Strixino & Sonoda 2006, Trivinho-Strixino et al 2015, Dantas & Giłka 2017, Dantas et al 2022. The simple (bare) and slender anal point, but with round apex, we also describe in other new species here (see T. kaxinawa).…”
Section: Tanytarsus Chicomendesi Sp Novmentioning
confidence: 71%
“…Chironomidae are the most representative of aquatic insects as a result of the range of habitat occupancy; the use of various resources, which confers adaptive strategies to colonize different types of micro-habitats by different genera of the family (Trivinho- Strixino & Sonada, 2006). This wide range of occurrence in terms of Chironomidae can be explained by their diversified eating habits (Armitage et al, 1995).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The gonapophysis VIII is divided as in Micropsectra Kieffer and related genera, while all genera of the Zavreliina of which the female genitalia are known as well as in all Tanytarsus van der Wulp and related genera the gonapophysis VIII is undivided. [Trivinho Strixino and Sonoda (2006), however, mention that gonapophysis VIII in Tanytarsus obiriciae is slightly divided, but their drawing contradicts this]. Saether & Roque (2004) did a parsimony analysis of the tribe Tanytarsini.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%