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Tortopsis

(Panephemeroptera Euephemeroptera Euplectoptera Anteritorna Bidentiseta Furcatergaliae  
Fimbriatotergaliae Fossoriae Cryptoprosternata Polymitarcys/f1=Ephoron/g2  
Campsurus/fg1
AsthenopusCampsurus/fg2 Tortopus/g1 - Tortopsis)

Nomen hierarchicum: Tortopsis/g(1) [g:2010]

In circumscription fits:

gen. Tortopus : Molineri 2010: 9


References. Molineri 2010: * * *


Autapomorphies of Tortopsis.

(1)  

Plesiomorphies of Tortopsis.  

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Molineri 2010:

??R sector of female fore wing without additional veins between R2 and IR2.

Female parastyli receptors [see Tortopus/g1 (1)] C- or V-shaped, with sockets opening toward median line.

Male gonopore associated with a claw-like structure; penes separated from base; parastyli curved in lateral view, more than 5 times length of pedestals (Kluge 2004: Fig.80:CD).

Mandible tusk with a single subapical tubercle on median margin [see Tortopus/g1 (2)].

Size. Fore wing length ???? mm.

Distribution. America; dominate in Neotropical Region.


Nominal species in Tortopsis/g(1): 

bruchianus Navás 1926 [Campsurus]

canum Gonçalves & Da-Silva & Nessimian 2011 [Tortopsis]

incertus Traver (in Needham & Traver & Hsu) 1935 [Campsurus] syn.subj. puella [Palingenia]

limoncocha Molineri 2010 [Tortopsis]

manitobensis Ide 1941 [Campsurus] syn.subj. primus [Campsurus]

obscuripennis Domínguez 1985 [Tortopus]

parishi Banks 1918 [Campsurus]

primus McDunnough 1924 [Campsurus]

puella Pictet 1843 [Palingenia] ,,

sarae Domínguez 1985 [Tortopus]

spatula Molineri 2010 [Tortopsis]

unguiculatus Ulmer 1920 [Campsurus]


Examined also:

sp. ,,


See also:

Campsurus/fg1 INCERTAE SEDIS