It differs from both species by having disperse setae on scutellum and the dark yellow color of clypeus
anostostoma has longer and more downcurved clypeus
hornlets (length greater than diameter of eye), cerci without dorsal spinule, its subgenital plate has a v-shaped emargination, and the distance between the styli is barely greater than half their length.
5) (n=5): Length from apex of clypeus
to apex of hemelytral membrane 2.
Color predominantly dark reddish-brown, darker on face and mesoscutum, yellowish to light reddish-brown on clypeus
distally, labrum, anterior surface of scape, mandible, legs, and sterna.
Coloration: Head: face orange ochre, clypeus
orange ochre, mandibles orange ochre with apex red ferrugineous, labial and maxilar palps yellow ochre; vertex and frons black centrally, with margins ochre; occiput black; ocelli brown; gena dorsally black, ventrally ochre; scape ventrally brown with margin yellow pedicel ventrally yellow; flagellomeres 1-8 dark brown, flagellomere 9 mostly light brown, flagellomeres 10-20 light brown, flagellomeres 21+ dark brown.
In Cyprus Clypeus
was hauled out again and rested for five years while Peter took another job in burgeoning, exciting, Shanghai.
A cladistic analysis run without the character "female clypeus
with wavy hairs for pollen uptake" (character number 6 in Appendix 1) to prevent circularity resulted in no change in the topology of the most parsimonious trees [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 7 OMITTED].
brownish yellow, labrum and palpi yellowish, mandible yellow but its middle tooth yellowish brown.
brown, very low, covered with white hairs (Fig.
bifurcate, bearing a pair (1+1) of pointed process to each side; male abdominal segment VII bearing small, acuminate tufts of dark hairs laterally on each side; length 11.
subtriangular, longer than wide, median carina weaker basally.
trapezoidal; labrum with apex slightly rounded.