A new katydid genus of unclear systematic position from Ecuador (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae)

A.V. Gorochov

Abstract. Ecuaneduba aequatorialis gen. et sp. n. from the eastern slope of the Andes is clearly distinguished from representatives of Tettigoniinae and Nedubinae by the characteristic shape of the head rostrum, long lower spines of fore tibiae, presence of 2 processes on middle and hind coxae, and small ventral plantulae on proximal part of hind metatarsi. From representatives of Listroscelidinae and Conocephalinae, the new genus differs in the presence of upper spines on fore tibiae and some other characters, and from Saginae, it differs in the structure of metatarsi (not widened in basal half).

Zoosystematica Rossica, 2006, 15(1): 47–50  ▪  Published in print 1 December 2006


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