2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0073-47212008000300016
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Abstract: ABSTRACT. A new species of Downeshelea Wirth & Grogan, 1988, D. oliveirai (Lane & Wirth, 1964) and D. guianae (Wirth, 1953), are reported from northern Brazil.Material from light trap collections from Rondônia and Pará states included an undescribed species of Downeshelea that we describe herein.The terminology used is that adopted by WIRTH & WILLIAMS (1964) for North American species of Monohelea Kieffer, 1917, LANE & WIRTH (1964 for Neotropical species, and RATANAWORABHAN & WIRTH (1972) for Oriental species.… Show more

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“…Figure 31f-h, Figure 33e,f, and Figure 39; Table 1. Downeshelea oliveirai Felippe-Bauer and Silva, 2008 [19]: 400 (male, female; Brazil -Rondônia and Pará); Borkent, 2016 [22]: 124 (in World catalog); Santarém and Felippe-Bauer, 2019 [2]: 17 (Brazilian distribution).…”
Section: Downeshelea Lanei Felippe-bauer and Borkentmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Figure 31f-h, Figure 33e,f, and Figure 39; Table 1. Downeshelea oliveirai Felippe-Bauer and Silva, 2008 [19]: 400 (male, female; Brazil -Rondônia and Pará); Borkent, 2016 [22]: 124 (in World catalog); Santarém and Felippe-Bauer, 2019 [2]: 17 (Brazilian distribution).…”
Section: Downeshelea Lanei Felippe-bauer and Borkentmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Morphological terms are from Borkent et al [14]. The antennal ratio was obtained by dividing the combined lengths of the distal five flagellomeres by the combined lengths of the preceding eight flagellomeres for females and the distal four by the preceding nine flagellomeres for males, as was done in our earlier species description of Downeshelea [10,[15][16][17][18][19][20][21]. The distribution of spines on each of tarsomeres 2-4 of all legs are separated by hyphens.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
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