Ungla adamsi Tauber, sp. n. Slightly teneral male abdomen, (a) segments A7-terminus, lateral (b) segment A7 with enlarged spiracle, lateral (c) segments A8, A9+ectoproct, dorsal [Note deep mesal invagination of posterior margin.] (d) fused eighth and ninth sternites, ventral (e) segments A8-A9, lateral (f) terminus, lateral. c.c. callus cerci d.ap. dorsal apodeme (longitudinal apodeme along ventral margin of ectoproct) fl.s. flanged setae inv invagination of T9+ectoproct sp spiracle S8+9 fused eighth and ninth sternites T7 seventh tergite T8 eighth tergite T9+e fused ninth tergite and ectoproct v.ap. ventral apodeme (apodeme along dorsal margin of S8+9) (all: Peru, Machu Picchu, paratype, FSCA).

  Part of: Tauber CA, Sosa F, Albuquerque GS, Tauber MJ (2017) Revision of the Neotropical green lacewing genus Ungla (Neuroptera, Chrysopidae). ZooKeys 674: 1-188. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.674.11435