Bioacoustic of Cohnia andeana (Hebard, 1924) comb. nov. (Insecta: Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae)

Publication Type:Journal Article
Year of Publication:2010
Authors:Buzzetti, Fontana, CAROTTI
Keywords:Barbitistini, bioacoustics, Cohnia andeana comb. nov., Cohnia g. nov., Dichopetala, ecology, Odonturini, taxonomy

The Ecuadorean species Dichopetala andeana Hebard, 1924, is transferred to the new genus Cohnia. Cohnia g. nov. is characterized by short pronotum, subexagonal undivided elongated female subgenital plate, regularly up-curved and coarsely serrulated ovipositor, male simple cerci and presence in male of a structure titillators-like. Cohnia andeana comb. nov. is extensively illustrated and described, its song is presented for the first time as well as some ecological data.

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