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Title: Two new species of Xiphocentronidae (Trichoptera) and their bionomics in Central Amazonia, Brazil
Authors: Pes, A. M.
Hamada, Neusa
Nessimian, Jorge
Soares, Carlos Augusto Gomes
Keywords: Hexapoda
Machairocentron
Trichoptera
Xiphocentron
Xiphocentron (antillotrichia)
Xiphocentronidae
Anatomy And Histology
Animals
Animals Structures
Brasil
Classification
Ecology
Female
Growth, Development And Aging
Insect
Larva
Male
Organ Size
Pupa
Animals Structures
Animal
Brasil
Ecology
Female
Insects
Larva
Male
Organ Size
Pupa
Issue Date: 2013
metadata.dc.publisher.journal: Zootaxa
metadata.dc.relation.ispartof: Volume 3636, Número 4, Pags. 561-574
Abstract: Two new Xiphocentronidae species are described, Machairocentron falciforme sp. nov. and Xiphocentron(Antillotrichia) sclerothrix sp. nov. Illustrations of the males, females and pupae are presented. Adults were obtained through the emergence of pupae in the laboratory and from collections in traps suspended 1 m above the water in four streams in Presidente Figueiredo, Manaus and Barcelos municipalities in Amazonas state, and Oiapoque municipality in Amapá state, Brazil. Larvae inhabiting submerged substrates and on stream banks were collected in order to determine thefeeding habits by examining gut contents. Larvae of both species are practically indistinguishable; the list of material observed in the gut content therefore refers to both species. Larvae of analyzed species have scraper feeding habits. Copyright © 2013 Magnolia Press.
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: 10.11646/zootaxa.3636.4.4
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