Lasioglossum (Lasioglossum) sutshanicum Pesenko, 1986, Pesenko, 1986

Murao, Ryuki, Lee, Heung-Sik & Tadauchi, Osamu, 2015, Bees of the Lasioglossum series (Hymenoptera: Halictidae) in South Korea, with an illustrated keys to species, Zootaxa 4044 (4), pp. 511-534: 518-519

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Lasioglossum (Lasioglossum) sutshanicum Pesenko, 1986
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Lasioglossum (Lasioglossum) sutshanicum Pesenko, 1986  

Figs. 3 View FIGURE 3. A, B D, 3 F, 4 B

Lasioglossum (Lasioglossum) sutshanicum Pesenko 1986: 135   [Holotype: Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia, ♀, type locality = Promorsk Terr., Russia, examined]; Pesenko 2006: 137 [in key], 149; Ebmer 2006: 549 –550 [♂], 584–585 [♂, photograph and illustration].

Diagnosis. This species is similar to L. proximatum (Smith)   from eastern Asia. Females of both species are easily separated by the lateral carina of the propodeum. In L. sutshanicum   the carina is incomplete ( Fig. 3 View FIGURE 3. A, B D) whereas in L. proximatum   the carina is complete, extending dorsally to a transverse carina ( Fig. 3 View FIGURE 3. A, B C). The male of L. sutshanicum   was not examined in the present study. However, judging from an illustration of Ebmer (2006, Fig. 10), the ventral retrorse lobe of the male genitalia has an isosceles triangle form. In contrast, in L. proximatum   , the ventral retrorse lobe is broad and trapezoidal.

Specimens examined. (n = 156) [ South Korea] GW: 5 ♀, Myeongwol-ri, Seo-myon, Chuncheon-shi, 20. iv. 2002 (Y. Maeta, SULE); 1 ♀, Anhun-myon, Hoengsong-gun, 19. iv. 1994 (O. Tadauchi, ELKU); 15 ♀, Bougmyongri, Dongsan-myon, Chunchon-gun, 23–24. v. 1992 (O. Tadauchi, ELKU); 1 ♀, Dongsang-myon, Chunchon-gun, 16. iv. 1994 (O. Tadauchi, ELKU); 13 ♀, Jansudae, Inje-gun, 17. iv. 1994 (O. Tadauchi, ELKU); 9 ♀, Ohsaenk-ri, Yangyang-gun, 17. iv. 1994 (O. Tadauchi, ELKU); 2 ♀, Pupan-myon, Hongcheon-gun, 20. v. 1992 (O. Tadauchi, ELKU); 6 ♀, Soucho-myon, Wonju-gun, 20. iv. 1994 (O. Tadauchi, ELKU); 16 ♀, Taegwallyong, Myongju-gun, 19. iv. 1994 (O. Tadauchi, ELKU); 1 ♀, Mt. Gujeol-san, Hongcheon, 8. v. 1998 (SNU); 5 ♀, Sangwonsa temple, Mt. Chiak-san, Seongnam-ri, Sinrimmyeon, Wonju-si, 26. v. 2009 (H.S. Lee, QIA). Seoul: 1 ♀, Mt. Gwanak-san, Sinlimdong, Gwanakgu, 4. vi. 1988 (SNU). GG: Kwangnung, Pochon-gun, 3 ♀, 24. iv. 1992 (O. Tadauchi, ELKU), 23 ♀, 19. v. 1992 (O. Tadauchi, ELKU); Apiary, Gwangju, 1 ♀, 19. iv. 1996 (H.S. Lee, SNU), 18. iv. 1997 (H.S. Lee, SNU); Aroboretum, Suwon, 1 ♀, 18. iv. 1999 (H.T. Kim, SNU), 1 ♀, 5. v. 1999 (H.T. Kim, SNU), 1 ♀, 20. v. 1999 (H.T. Kim, SNU); 1 ♀, CALS, Suwon, 21. iv. 1994 (H.S. Lee, SNU); 1 ♀, Gwangju, 9. v. 1992 (SNU); 1 ♀, Mt. Chilbo-san, 18. vi. 1992 (D.G. Park, SNU); 1 ♀, Mt. Gwanggyos-san, Suwon, 7. v. 1990 (SNU); 1 ♀, Namhansanseong, Hanam-si, 5. vi. 1988 (SNU); 1 ♀, SEI, Seodundong, Suwon, 16. iv. 2001 (H.S. Lee, QIA); 1 ♀, Surisan, Anyang, 19. vi. 1983 (B.H. Lee, SNU); 1 ♀, Weoncheon, Suwon, 25. v. 1990 (J.M. Choi, SNU). CB: 1 ♀, Jugryeong rest area, Danyang, 9. v. 1997 (H.S. Lee, SNU); 1 ♀, Danyaneup, Danyan-gun, 10. v. 1997 (H.S. Lee, SNU); 1 ♀, river side Danyang, 10. v. 1997 (H.S. Lee, SNU). GB: 1 ♀, Gilan, Andong, 28. iv. 1994 (SNU); 1 ♀, Mt. Sinbul-san, Yangsan, 27. iv. 2003 (H.S. Lee, QIA); 8 ♀, Pyochungsa, Miryang, 26. iv. 2003 (H.S. Lee, QIA). JB: 1 ♀, Kanki-ri, Iipaekmeon, Namweon-gun, 16. v. 1991 (O. Tadauchi, ELKU); 1 ♀, Sanlyong-ri, Sannae-myon, Namweon-gun, 2. v. 1992 (O. Tadauchi, ELKU); 3 ♀, Simwon, Mt. Jiri-san, 5. vi. 1996 (H.S. Lee, QIA). GN: 2 ♀, Shinwon-ri, Unmun, Chongdo-gun, 26–27. iv. 2003 (Y. Maeta, SULE); Samjeon-ri, Macheong-myon, Hamyanggun, 4 ♀, 9. v. 1991 (K. Morimoto, ELKU), 1 ♀, 11. v. 1991 (O. Tadauchi, ELKU); 6 ♀, Changnyeong, 11. iv. 1997 (H.S. Lee, QIA). JN: 1 ♀, Chusan, Gwangyang-si, 14. viii. 2002 (T.K. Lee, SNU). JJ: 2 ♀, Mt. Halla-san, alt. 300– 550 m, Haean-dong, 26. iv. 1997 (J.-c. Paik & O. Tadauchi, ELKU).

Distribution. North Korea, South Korea (new record), Russian Far East, Taiwan.

Flight period in South Korea. Female: April to August. Males have not been recorded from South Korea. In the Russian Far East, the male was collected in August ( Ebmer 1996).

Flower records in South Korea. This species has been recorded from the following at leadt 13 plant species in 9 families: Aceraceae   : Acer ginnala Maxim.   var. aidzuense   (Franch,) Pax. Asteraceae   : Cornus   spp. Brassicaceae   : Brassica   spp. Caprifoliaceae   : Lonicera   spp. Ericaceae   : Rhododendron mucronulatum Turcz.   ; R. schlippenbachii Maxim.   ; R. spp. Rhamnaceae   : Rhamnus davurica Pall.   Rosaceae   : Amygdalus persica   L.; Crataegus   sp.; Prunus   spp. Salicaceae   : Salix   sp. Styracaceae   : Styrax obassia Siebold & Zucc.  

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Halictidae

Genus

Lasioglossum

Loc

Lasioglossum (Lasioglossum) sutshanicum Pesenko, 1986

Murao, Ryuki, Lee, Heung-Sik & Tadauchi, Osamu 2015
2015
Loc

Lasioglossum (Lasioglossum) sutshanicum

Pesenko 2006: 137
Ebmer 2006: 549
Pesenko 1986: 135
1986