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Genus Leptostylopsis Dillon, 1956

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Leptostylopsis terraecolor (Horn, 1880)
Leptostylopsis terraecolor (Horn, 1880)
Male imago
Image from: Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009) Th e genus Leptostylopsis of Hispaniola (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Acanthocinini). ZooKeys 17: 1-55. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.17.217. (c) - Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009)
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Leptostylopsis argentatus (Jacquelin DuVal, 1857)
Leptostylopsis argentatus (Jacquelin DuVal, 1857)
Male imago
Image from: Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009) Th e genus Leptostylopsis of Hispaniola (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Acanthocinini). ZooKeys 17: 1-55. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.17.217. (c) - Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009)
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Leptostylopsis basifulvus Lingafelter & Micheli, 2009
Leptostylopsis basifulvus Lingafelter & Micheli, 2009
Male imago
Image from: Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009) Th e genus Leptostylopsis of Hispaniola (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Acanthocinini). ZooKeys 17: 1-55. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.17.217. (c) - Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009)
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Leptostylopsis chlorescens Lingafelter & Micheli, 2009
Leptostylopsis chlorescens Lingafelter & Micheli, 2009
Male imago
Image from: Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009) Th e genus Leptostylopsis of Hispaniola (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Acanthocinini). ZooKeys 17: 1-55. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.17.217. (c) - Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009)
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Leptostylopsis cristatus (Fisher, 1925)
Leptostylopsis cristatus (Fisher, 1925)
Male imago
Image from: Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009) Th e genus Leptostylopsis of Hispaniola (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Acanthocinini). ZooKeys 17: 1-55. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.17.217. (c) - Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009)
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Leptostylopsis humerofulvus Lingafelter & Micheli, 2009
Leptostylopsis humerofulvus Lingafelter & Micheli, 2009
Male imago
Image from: Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009) Th e genus Leptostylopsis of Hispaniola (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Acanthocinini). ZooKeys 17: 1-55. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.17.217. (c) - Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009)
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Leptostylopsis milleri (Fisher, 1932)
Leptostylopsis milleri (Fisher, 1932)
Male imago
Image from: Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009) Th e genus Leptostylopsis of Hispaniola (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Acanthocinini). ZooKeys 17: 1-55. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.17.217. (c) - Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009)
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Leptostylopsis poeyi (Fisher, 1925)
Leptostylopsis poeyi (Fisher, 1925)
Male imago
Image from: Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009) Th e genus Leptostylopsis of Hispaniola (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Acanthocinini). ZooKeys 17: 1-55. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.17.217. (c) - Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009)
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Leptostylopsis puntacanaensis Lingafelter & Micheli, 2009
Leptostylopsis puntacanaensis Lingafelter & Micheli, 2009
Male imago
Image from: Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009) Th e genus Leptostylopsis of Hispaniola (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Acanthocinini). ZooKeys 17: 1-55. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.17.217. (c) - Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009)
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Leptostylopsis thomasi Lingafelter & Micheli, 2009
Leptostylopsis thomasi Lingafelter & Micheli, 2009
Male imago
Image from: Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009) Th e genus Leptostylopsis of Hispaniola (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Acanthocinini). ZooKeys 17: 1-55. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.17.217. (c) - Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009)
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Leptostylus terraecolor - Horn


Key to the species of Leptostylopsis of Hispaniola
1 Dorsal surface of elytra and/or elytral epipleura with some iridescent green
pubescence (sometimes only visible from certain viewing angles) ................2
– Elytra without iridescent green pubescence .................................................6
2(1) Iridescent green pubescence abundant and nearly uniform over most of dorsal
surface ...................................................................................................3
– Iridescent green pubescence limited to small patches ..................................4
3(2) Prothorax with a distinct black macula on each side opposite base of elytral
humerus; elytral epipleuron with large black macula at middle ....................
.............................................................................................L. viridicomus
– Prothorax without a black macula on side, opposite base of elytral humerus;
elytral epipleuron with very small black macula at most ...............................
....................................................................................L. chlorescens, sp. n.
4(2) Pronotum with very reduced, broadly rounded lateral tubercles; upper eye
lobes much closer together than greatest width of scape; antennal scape without
apical, dark, annula ............................................L. humerofulvus, sp. n.
– Pronotum with moderately to strongly projecting lateral tubercles; upper eye
lobes as far or farther apart than greatest width of scape; antennal scape dark
annulate at apex ..........................................................................................5
5(4) Elytra with a distinct, transverse, undulating band of white pubescence at
posterior 1/3, extending from suture to lateral edge; scutellum narrowly
rounded posteriorly; pronotum without ochraceous pubescence ...................
.........................................................................................L. thomasi, sp. n.
– Elytra without an undulating, transverse band of white pubescence extending
from suture to lateral edge; scutellum broadly rounded posteriorly; pronotum
with abundant ochraceous pubescence ...........................................L. milleri
6(1) Tarsomeres uniformly dark, not contrasting with apex of tibiae ..................7
– Most tarsomeres with white, off -white, or ochraceous pubescence at base at
least, contrasting with apex of tibiae............................................................8
7(6) Antennae very long, extending beyond elytral apices by at least 4 antennomeres;
pronotum without distinct black maculae; lateral pronotal tubercles
very weakly projecting and broadly rounded .............. L. perfasciatus, sp. n.
– Antennae short, extending beyond elytral apices by less than 3 antennomeres;
pronotum with numerous distinct, black maculae; lateral pronotal tubercles
strongly projecting and abruptly rounded to subacute...................... L. poeyi
8(6) Pubescence on elytral tubercles suberect ....................................................11
– Pubescence on elytral tubercles appressed ....................................................9
9(8) Length greater than 13 mm; lower eye lobe very small, distinctly less than
height of gena below it; prosternal process between procoxae less than 2/3
width of procoxa ...................................................L. puntacanaensis, sp. n.
– Length less than 13 mm; lower eye lobe at least as tall as gena below it; prosternal
process between procoxae at least 2/3 width of procoxa...................10
10(9) Ochraceous pubescence covering much of elytral base and pronotum; pronotum
without narrow, longitudinal, linear glabrous region at middle ..............
.................................................................................................L. annulipes
– Ochraceous pubescence absent from pronotum, restricted to small spots on
elytron, at most; pronotum usually with a longitudinal, linear, glabrous line
extending most of the way from anterior to posterior margins ..................
L. argentatus
11(8) Tubercles at base of elytra forming a pronounced, highly elevated crest; pronotum
with a narrow, longitudinal, black macula extending most of length
at middle; females with terminal ventrite very long, 1.3 × broader than long;
prolonged at middle into long ovipositor ....................................L. cristatus
– Tubercles at base of elytra elevated, but not strongly so; pronotum without
elongate, black macula at middle of disk; females with terminal ventrite extended,
not abruptly constricted, sometimes much more than 1.3 × broader
than long ..................................................................................................12
12(11) Base of elytra at sides of scutellum without white pubescent fasciae; pubescence
on frons not appreciably distinct from that of gena; small, oval, black
macula present on the epipleuron above the metepisternum; terminal ventrite
of females about 1.3-1.4 × broader than long ............... L. caliginosus, sp. n.
– Base of elytra at sides of scutellum with short, angled, white pubescent fasciae;
pubescence on frons fi ner than and distinct from gena; small, oval, black
macula usually absent on epipleuron above the metepisternum; terminal ventrite
of females about 2.2 × broader than long ............... L. basifulvus, sp. n.


Key from:
Lingafelter SW, Micheli CJ (2009) Th e genus Leptostylopsis of Hispaniola (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Acanthocinini).
ZooKeys 17: 1-55. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.17.217

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