Catalogue Query Results
Ceroputo pini (Danzig)NOMENCLATURE:
Puto pini Danzig, 1972a: 270. Type data: KAZAKHSTAN: on Pinus sylvestris. Holotype female. Type depository: St. Petersburg: Zoological Museum, Academy of Science, Russia. Described: female. Illust.
Ceroputo pini; Tang, 1992: 392. Change of combination.
Puto pini; Ben-Dov, 1994: 429. Revived combination.
Ceroputo pini; Williams et al., 2011: 17. Revived combination.
HOSTS: Pinaceae: Pinus koraiensis [Danzig1972a, BenDov1994, Danzig1999], Pinus sylvestris [Danzig1972a, BenDov1994, Danzig1999].
DISTRIBUTION: Palaearctic: Kazakhstan [Danzig1972a, BenDov1994, Danzig1999]; Russia (Primor'ye Kray [Danzig1972a, BenDov1994], Yakutia-Sakha (=Yakut) AR [Danzig1978a, BenDov1994]).
GENERAL REMARKS: Good description and illustration of the adult female given by Danzig (1972a, 1980b). Good description of the adult female given by Tang (1992).
STRUCTURE: Williams, et al., 2011, found only one antennal intersegmental sensillum between segments IV and V in one antenna. However, the antennal segments were mounted in such a way that the intersegmental membranes were not visible. Eye height is greater than the length of the first antennal segment. The legs always possess only two campaniform sensilla on each surface of each trochanter, basal spurs are absent from the claws, each claw has a well-developed denticle, and the claw and tarsal digitules are only slightly clubbed. The 18 main cerarii are on well-sclerotised plates, whereas the sclerotisation of the supplementary cerarii varies among cerarii and specimens. The cerarian setae are more slender than those in C. pilosellae. There are tubular ducts on the dorsum and there are two sizes of trilocular pores on the derm, with the dorsal pores larger than the ventral pores. Dorsal oral collar tubular ducts are present, each slightly larger than those on the venter. As shown by Danzig (1980), this species possesses ventral multilocular disc pores on the posterior abdominal segments and there are a few quinquelocular pores near the labium. (Williams, et al., 2011)
SYSTEMATICS: Williams, et al., 2011 concluded that the species does not belong to Puto but to Ceroputo to which Tang (1992) transferred it.
KEYS: Danzig 1999: 80 (female) [Palaearctic region]; Tang 1992: 388 (female) [China]; Danzig 1988: 698 (female) [Far East of the USSR]; Danzig 1978b: 124 (female) [Far East of the USSR].
CITATIONS: BenDov1994 [catalogue: 429]; Danzig1972a [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 270-271]; Danzig1978a [host, distribution: 76]; Danzig1980b [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 115-116]; Danzig1999 [taxonomy, host, distribution, life history: 88]; Tang1992 [taxonomy, description, host, distribution: 392]; WilliaGuMi2011 [structure, taxonomy: 17].
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