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Type localities of Heza nebrias sp. nov., Heza phthinica sp. nov., and Heza viridipes sp. nov. Filled symbols represent the type locality, open symbols represent localities of paratypic material.

Type localities of Heza nebrias sp. nov., Heza phthinica sp. nov., and Heza viridipes sp. nov. Filled symbols represent the type locality, open symbols represent localities of paratypic material.

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Four new species of the Neotropical harpactorine genus Heza Amyot & Audinet-Serville are newly described: Heza graziae sp. nov. from Ecuador, Heza nebrias sp. nov. from Peru and Brazil, Heza phthinica sp. nov. from Brazil and Peru, and Heza viridipes sp. nov. from Bolivia. Two new country records for two other species are also reported: Heza aurant...

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... Unknown. Distribution: Peru, Brazil (Fig. ...
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... Unknown. Distribution: Peru, Brazil (Fig. 21). Remarks: The medium-sized, apically blunted armature of the anterior pronotal lobe contributes in part to H. phthinica sp. nov. reaching couplet #25 or #27 in Maldonado's (1976) key. Heza ocellata, a species which shares a similar dispersion pattern of small tomentose spots on the posterior pronotal lobe, differs strongly in having a ...
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... Unknown. Distribution: Known only from the type locality (Fig. ...

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... Heza was revised by Maldonado (1976Maldonado ( , 1983, followed by further contributions summarized by Swanson (2021). This species-rich genus has a broad geographical distribution, its 43 described species are found from the USA to Argentina (Maldonado 1990, Swanson 2021. ...
... Heza was revised by Maldonado (1976Maldonado ( , 1983, followed by further contributions summarized by Swanson (2021). This species-rich genus has a broad geographical distribution, its 43 described species are found from the USA to Argentina (Maldonado 1990, Swanson 2021. The only species of Heza that have been recorded from French Guiana are H. sericans Stål, 1859(Villiers 1971 and H. maldonadoi Bérenger, 2007, the latter species described based on specimens collected in this country (Bérenger 2007). ...
... Three additional species are recorded here. Maldonado, 1976 (Fig. 23) Heza aurantia was described based on several specimens from Trinidad (Maldonado 1976), with a recent additional record of the species from Ecuador (Swanson 2021). The four or five spined connexival segments, the vertical discal spines of hind lobe of pronotum arising from black spots and the general orange color (Fig. 23) are sufficient to diagnose this species (Maldonado 1976, Swanson 2021 Swanson, 2021 (Figs. ...
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Various genera and species of Harpactorinae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Reduviidae: Harpactorinae: Apiomerini and Harpactorini) occurring in French Guiana are treated. Diarthrotarsus guianensis sp. nov. (Harpactorini) is described. An updated key to the species of Diarthrotarsus Bergroth, 1905 is presented. Apiomerus nitidicollis Stål, 1872 and Sphodrolestes vittaticollis Stål, 1867 (both Apiomerini), Graptocleptes formosus Miller, 1951, Heza aurantia Maldonado, 1976, Heza phthinica Swanson, 2021, Isocondylus elongatus (Lepeletier & Serville, 1825), Notocyrtus costai Gil-Santana & Forero, 2009, Notocyrtus depressus Stål, 1872, Notocyrtus tibanae Costa & Gil-Santana, 2001 and Ploeogaster gesana Kirkaldy, 1909 (all Harpactorini) are recorded from French Guiana for the first time. The presence of Calliclopius nigripes (Linnaeus, 1767) (Apiomerini) and Heza sericans Stål, 1859 (Harpactorini) in French Guiana is confirmed. Photographs of the specimens studied are presented, with short taxonomical notes on all the recorded species. An illustrated redescription of the male genitalia of Notocyrtus tibanae is given.