Clematoscenea

Clematoscenea sp., copyright David Ball.

Belongs within: Psocinae.

Clematoscenea is an Indo-Australian genus of barklice characterised by fore wings with veins R2+3 and R4+5 diverging basally at an angle of 90° or more so that cell M3 is much narrower than other median cells and veins M3 and the distal portion of Cu1a are almost parallel (New & Lienhard 2007).

<==Clematoscenea Enderlein 1907 L02 [=Clematocenea (l. c.) L03]
|–*C. lemniscata (Enderlein 1903) [=Psocus lemniscatus] NL07
|–C. apta Smithers & Thornton 1981 NL07
|–C. biloba Smithers & Thornton 1981 NL07
|–C. biroi (Enderlein 1903) [=Psocidus biroi] NL07
|–C. dimorpha Smithers & Thornton 1990 NL07
|–C. goilala Smithers & Thornton 1981 NL07
|–C. gressitti Smithers & Thornton 1981 NL07
|–C. longitarsus Smithers & Thornton 1981 NL07
|–C. macalpinei Smithers & Thornton 1981 NL07
|–C. mosomensis Smithers & Thornton 1981 NL07
|–C. newi Smithers & Thornton 1981 NL07
|–C. pulchra Smithers & Thornton 1981 NL07
`–C. yunnanica Li 2002 L03

*Type species of generic name indicated

REFERENCES

[L02] Li F. 2002. Psocoptera of China vol. 2. Science Press: Beijing.

[L03] Lienhard, C. 2003. Nomenclatural amendments concerning Chinese Psocoptera (Insecta), with remarks on species richness. Revue Suisse de Zoologie 110 (4): 695–721.

[NL07] New, T. R., & C. Lienhard. 2007. The Psocoptera of Tropical South-east Asia. Brill: Leiden.

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