Zeugomutilla pycnopyga Chen, 1957

Lelej, Arkady S., Williams, Kevin A., Loktionov, Valery M., Pang, Hong & Xu, Zai-Fu, 2017, Review of the genus Zeugomutilla Chen, 1957 (Hymenoptera, Mutillidae, Mutillini), with description of two new species, Zootaxa 4247 (1), pp. 1-15: 11

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4247.1.1

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3507291

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scientific name

Zeugomutilla pycnopyga Chen, 1957
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Zeugomutilla pycnopyga Chen, 1957 

(Figs 2, 4, 5, 8–11, 21, 23, 25)

Zeugomutilla pycnopyga Chen, 1957: 157  , figs 9, 10, ♂, holotype, China, Fujian, "Shaowu (Suipeichieh), 4–6.vii.1943 (TM)"; Lelej 2005: 38, ♂.

Zeugomuttila (!) pycnopyga: Lelej 1992: 284  , figs 3, 5, 7, ♂ (Yunnan).

Diagnosis. Male. Body length 10.8–11.5 mm. Flagellomere 1 0.88–0.96 × flagellomere 2. Distance between outer ocellar margins 0.91 × distance between posterior ocelli and dorsoposterior occipital border. Metanotum with median glabrous narrow area. Female. Unknown, possibly Zeugomutilla saepes  is the opposite sex of Z. pycnopyga  (see Lelej 1992: 284).

Material examined: Other material. China: Yunnan, 30 km SW from Jinping , 370 m, 17.iv.1956, Huang Keren, 1♂ [ ZMMU]  ; Thailand: Chaiyaphum, Pa Hin Ngam NP: dry dipterocarp, 15o38.099”N 101o23.921’E, 698 m, 5–11.viii.2006 (Katae Sa-nog & Buakaw Adnafai), Malaise trap, T442, 1♂ [ QSBG]GoogleMaps  ; ecotype between mix deciduous/dry dipterocarp, 15o38.100”N 101o23.857’E, 700 m, 18–24.viii.2006 (Katae Sa-nog & Buakaw Adnafai), Malaise trap, T446, 1♂ [QSBG]; Savana ( Thepana waterfall), 15o38.948”N 101o25.625’E, 604 m, 7– 13.x.2006 (Katae Sa-nog & Buakaw Adnafai), Malaise trap, T660, 1♂ [ QSBG]; Chiang MaiGoogleMaps  : Chiang Mai Botanical Garden, 18.8955o N 98.8636o E, 11–25.vii.2013 (M. Hauser), Malaise trap, 2♂ [ CDFA, QSBG]GoogleMaps  ; Doi Inthanon NP, 18o32.31”N 98o36.05’E, 700 m, 27.ix –5.x.2006 (Y. Areeluck), Malaise trap, T347, 1♂ [QSBG]; Loei, Phu Kradueng NP: Huay Lao Kao , 16o52.442’N 101o50.706’E, 280 m, 23–30.viii.2006 (Sutin Khonglasae), Malaise trap, T490, 1♂ [ QSBG]GoogleMaps  ; Koke Hin Ngam , 16o51.948”N 101o50.668’E, 280 m, 9–16.viii.2006 (Sutin Khonglasae), Malaise trap, T482, 1♂ [ QSBG]GoogleMaps  ; Phitsanulok, Thung Salaeng Luang NP: dry evergreen, 16o50.217’N 100o52.541’E, 580 m, 25.viii –1.xi.2006 (Pongpitak Pranee), Malaise trap, T573, 1♂ [ QSBG]GoogleMaps  ; mix deciduous forest, 16o50.319”N 100o51.792’E, 479 m (Pongpitak Pranee), Malaise trap: 25.viii –1.ix.2006, T575, 2♂ [QSBG, EMUS]; 1–8.ix.2006, T577, 1♂ [QSBG].

Distribution. China (Fujian, Yunnan), Thailand (new record) (Chaiyaphum, Chiang Mai, Loei, Phitsanulok).

Remarks. The holotype was collected by Prof. Tsing-Chao Maa in Fujian [former Fukien], Shaowu, Shui Pei Kai. In 1946, T.C. Maa left mainland China and moved to Taiwan, in 1958–1975 he worked in the Bishop museum in Hawaii ( Hämäläinen 2004). During his Fujian years (1939–1945), Maa worked in different agricultural organizations in Lienching, Chungan and Shaowu and as a lecturer in the department of biology of Fukien Christian University in Shaowu. While in Chungan [currently Wuyishan City] he collected a large number of insects in the "Bohea Hills" in 1939–1940; while in Shaowu, he collected mainly in "Tachulan" [Dazhulan], but also elsewhere in Fujian ( Hämäläinen 2004). The depository of T.C. Maa's personal collection (TM) of Mutillidae  is unknown. Possibly his collection is deposited in Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute Taipei ( Maa 1950; Taeger et al. 2010).

ZMMU

Zoological Museum, Moscow Lomonosov State University

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Mutillidae

Genus

Zeugomutilla

Loc

Zeugomutilla pycnopyga Chen, 1957

Lelej, Arkady S., Williams, Kevin A., Loktionov, Valery M., Pang, Hong & Xu, Zai-Fu 2017
2017
Loc

Zeugomutilla pycnopyga

Lelej 2005: 38
Chen 1957: 157
2005