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      Uma nova espécie do gênero Temnomastax (Temnomastacinae, Eumastacidae, Orthoptera) da Amazônia Translated title: A new species of genus Temnomastax (Temnomastacinae, Eumastacidae, Orthoptera) of Amazon

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          O gênero Temnomastax apresenta atualmente sete espécies, sendo amplamente distribuídas pelo domínio Cerrado, na América do Sul. Neste trabalho, uma oitava espécie, Temnomastax spielmanni sp. nov., é descrita para a região Amazônica brasileira. A diagnose da nova espécie baseia-se em caracteres do complexo fálico e em características morfológicas externas. Temnomastax spielmanni sp. nov. apresenta semelhança com Temnomastax beni Rehn & Rehn, 1942, que ocorre em território boliviano, mas pode ser diferenciada por alguns caracteres externos. O complexo fálico de T. spielmanni sp. nov. apresenta caracteres ainda não descritos em Temnomastacinae; tal fato reforça a necessidade da revisão taxonômica dessa subfamília, o que poderá esclarecer as relações filogenéticas existentes.

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          The Temnomastax genus currently has seven species described, widely distributed at the Cerrado domain in South America. In this work an eighth species, Temnomastax spielmanni sp. nov., is described from the Brazilian Amazon region. The diagnosis of this new species is based on the phallic complex characters and external morphological characteristics. Temnomastax spielmanni sp. nov. resembles Temnomastax beni Rehn & Rehn, 1942, occurring in Bolivia, but can be differentiated by some external characters. The phallic complex of T. spielmanni sp. nov. presents characters not yet known in Temnomastacinae; this fact reinforces the need for a revision of this subfamily, which may clarify the existing phylogenetic relationships.

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                Iheringia. Série Zoologia
                Iheringia, Sér. Zool.
                Fundação Zoobotânica do Rio Grande do Sul (Porto Alegre )
                1678-4766
                December 2014
                : 104
                : 4
                : 457-461
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                [1 ] Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul Brazil
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                S0073-47212014000400011
                10.1590/1678-476620141044457461
                c9ad4a01-9e48-4116-b5a1-f61ce998a8d9

                http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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                ZOOLOGY

                Animal science & Zoology
                Phallic complex,external morphology,distribution,Complexo fálico,morfologia externa,distribuição

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