𝑁𝑜𝑜𝑥𝑎𝑝𝑡𝑦 gen. nov. con dos especies nuevas (Phasmatodea: Diapheromeridae) de Oaxaca, México




Palabras clave:

Diapheromerinae, Diapheromerini, Eusermyleformia, Phasmida, Pseudosermyle, Sermyleformia, Insectos palo, Escalosfríos


Se describe Nooxapty gen. nov. y dos especies: Nooxapty isabelae sp. nov. y Nooxapty mixe sp. nov. para el norte de Oaxaca, México. Este género nuevo es colocado en la tribu Diapheromerini Kirby, 1904 y está relacionado con varias especies de Pseudosermyle Caudell, 1903. Nooxapty clavigerum comb. n. es cambiado de Pseudosermyle y colocado en Nooxapty gen. n., debido a que comparte sus caracteres principales.


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