Haematopota albimanica Stone & Philip, 1974
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- 13 Mar 1966
Haematopota albimanica, new species (Figs. 51, 175) Haematopota angustisegmentata Schuurmans Stekhoven: Philip, 1968, p. 520 (in part, Vietnam). Holotype, female, Mt. Sontra, about 500 m, Quang Nam, Vietnam, March 13, 1966, landing on human, F. S. Santana (USNM No. 72017). Paratypes: VIETNAM: 2 #F, same data as holotype; 9 #F,20 km north of Pleiku, 650 m, May 9, 1960, L. M. Quate; 1 #F, Pleiku, 700 m, May 8-14, 1960, Quate; LAOS: 1 #F, Ban Van Eue, Vientiane Province, May 31, 1965. (BBM, BM, CBP, USNM) Female.-Length 7.5-9 mm; wing 7.5-8 mm; antenna 2.2-2.4 mm. Frons rather dark gray, about 1.5 times as high as width at vertex, slightly widened below; midfrontal spot distinct, black; paired spots rather variable in shape, touching eyes, nal'rowly separated from callus; callus black, protuberant, 2.5 to 3 times as wide as high, touching eyes, upper margin nearly straight or broadly convex, sometimes with low middorsal angle, lower mar- gin nearly straight; distinct black interantennal spot; face and parafacials gray, upper parafacial with some dark-brown speckling; beard white. Scape reddish brown with black hair, cylindrical, about three times as long as thick; pedicel short with short dorsal projection; fiagellum dark except at base, first fiagellomere as long or slightly shorter than scape. Palpus gray with mixed black and pale hair. Scutum dark brown very faintly striped; distinct gray band on posterior margin including prescutellar sclerite; scutellum dark; pleuron entirely gray. Wings gray brown, with small spots in usual pattern; subapical band narrow, usually complete, nearly straight or slightly sinuous; all posterior cells with strong gray triangles at margin, or that in cell 4 very small or lacking. Halter knob dark. Fore coxa gray except for brown distal fourth; fore femur dark brown with some grayish basally and posteriorly; midfemur and hind femur reddish gray, darkened distally; all tibiae two-thirds to three-fourths white, midtibia and hind tibia sometimes (type and topotypes) with some dark encroaching on white part making partial double band; base of midtarsus and hind tarsus indistinctly pale. Abdomen dark brown above with only narrow yellowish incisures; venter reddish gray, darkened slightly posteriorly medially.
16 Mar 2016
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