Opius (Opius) pallipes Wesmael, 1835

Beyarslan, Ahmet & Fischer, Maximilian, 2013, Checklist of Turkish Opiinae (Hymenoptera, Braconidae), Zootaxa 3721 (5), pp. 401-454: 437-438

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scientific name

Opius (Opius) pallipes Wesmael, 1835
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Opius (Opius) pallipes Wesmael, 1835 

Opius pallipes Wesmael, 1835: 118  .

Hypolabis pallipes Foerster, 1862: 260  . Opius (Opius) pallipes Fischer 1972: 366  .

Synonyms. Hypolabis adaequator  (Fischer, 1964 b); Hypolabis lividipes (Fischer, 1964)  ; Hypolabis pallidipes ( Marshall, 1872)  ; Hypolabis subsulcata  (Fischer, 1964 b); Opius liopleuris Thomson, 1895  ; Opius piceus Thomson, 1895  .

Distribution in Turkey. Bursa, Canakkale, Edirne, Gaziantep, Icel, Kastamonu, Kirklareli, Sakarya, Samsun, Sanliurfa, Sinop, Tekirdag, Zonguldak (Fischer & Beyarslan, 2005 b); Aksaray, Bartin, Karabük, Kayseri, Malatya (Beyarslan & Fischer, 2011); Adiyaman, Aydın, Gümüşhane (Fischer & Beyarslan, 2012).

Distribution. Nearctic, Oriental, Palaearctic. Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Canada, China, Croatia, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Korea, Lithuania, Mongolia, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, U.S.A., Ukraine, United Kingdom, Yugoslavia,

Host. Diptera  . Agromyzidae  : Agromyza potentillae Kaltenbach, 1864  [ Filipendula vulgaris, Potentilla  reptans  ]; Amauromyza labiatarum (Hendel, 1920)  ; A.verbasci (Bouche, 1847)  ; Aulagromyza hendeliana (Hering, 1926)  ; A. tremulae (Hering, 1957)  [ Populus tremula  ]; Cerodontha angulata (Loew, 1869)  [ Carex hirta  ]; Chromatomyia horticola (Goureau, 1851)  [ Brassica oleracea  , Papaver rhoeas, Sisymbrium  orientale]; C. periclymeni Hendel, 1922  ; Liriomyza  sp. [ Crepis praemorsa  ]; L. amarellae Hering, 1963  [ Gentiana germanica  ]; L. bryoniae (Kaltenbach, 1858)  [ Populus berolinensis  ]; L. centaureae Hering, 1927  [ Centaurea nigra  ]; L. eupatoriana Spencer, 1954  ; L. huidobrensis (Blanchard, 1926)  ; L. pusio (Meigen, 1830)  [ Tragopogon pratensis  ]; L. strigata (Meigen, 1830)  [ Campanula  sp., Centranthus ruber  , Hyoscyamus niger, Hypochaeris  setnensis, Senecio fuchsii  , Senecio paludosus  ]; L. taraxaci Hering, 1927  ; L. wachtli Hendel, 1920  ; Ophiomyia maura (Meigen, 1838)  [ Lathyrus torreyi  ]; Phytomyza  sp. [ Anemone sylvestris  ]; P. angelicae Kaltenbach, 1872  [ Angelica sylvestris  ]; P. fallaciosa Brischke, 1880  ; P. fallaciosa  [ Ranunculus  sp.]; P. ferulae Hering, 1927  [ Scaligeria cretica  ]; P. kyffhusana Hering, 1928  ; P. leucanthemi Hering 1935  [ Chrysanthemum leucanthemum, Leucanthemum  maximum  ]; P. minuscula Goureau, 1851  [ Thalictrum minusculum  ]; P. obscura Hendel, 1920  [ Peucedanum oreoselinum  ]; P. pauliloewii Hendel, 1920  [ Anthemis tinctoria  , Peucedanum oreoselinum  ]; P. pullula Zetterstedt, 1848  [ Tanacetum vulgare  ]; P. ranunculi (Schrank, 1803)  [ Ranunculus acer  ]; P. spondylii  Robineau- Desvoidy, 1851; P. thysselini Hendel, 1923  [ Peucedanum palustre  ]. Anthomyiidae  : Anthomyia rumicis Hardy, 1854  [ Rumex acetosa  ]; Delia echinata (Seguy, 1923)  ; Pegomyia bicolor (Wiedemann, 1817)  ; Pegomyia solennis (Meigen, 1826)  . Cynipidae  : Andricus curvator Hartig, 1840  . Drosophilidae  : Scaptomyza  sp. [ Anthyllis vulneraria  ]; Scaptomyza flava (Fallen, 1823)  [ Amaranthus lividus  ]; Scaptomyza graminum (Fallen, 1823)  [ Anthyllis vulneraria  ]. Scathophagidae  : Scathophaga  sp.[ Anthyllis vulneraria  ]. Tephritidae  : Euleia heraclei (Linnaeus, 1758)  ; Philophylla caesio (Harris, 1780)  ; Sphenella marginata  ; (Fallen, 1814); Vidalia spinifrons (Schroeder, 1913)  . Tortricidae  : Archips rosana (Linnaeus, 1758)  .

Parasitism. endoparasitoid, oviposition behaviour, solitary.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Braconidae

Genus

Opius