Hyperapona , new genus, is described for some species formerly placed in Hecalapona DeLong and Freytag that differ in having the male subgenital plates overlapping. This genus includes seven species previously described, including: Hyperapona angera (DeLong and Freytag), new combination; H. brevisens (DeLong and Freytag), new combination; H. cena (DeLong and Freytag), new combination; H. dedeca (DeLong and Freytag), new combination; H. dumosa (DeLong and Freytag), new combination; H. quadrella (DeLong and Freytag), new combination; and H. rostella (DeLong and Freytag), new combination, and fourteen new species as follows: H. hansoni, H. nana and H. parkeri from Costa Rica; H. camana, H. ligata, H. macra and H. minispina from Panama; H. carpa, H. chocoensis, H. longula, H. magdalensis, H. mima and H. misella from Colombia; and H. curvata from Ecuador. The present distribution of this new genus is from Costa Rica to Ecuador.
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