Parastephanellus Enderlein, 1906

Tan, Jiang-Li, Achterberg, Cornelis Van, Tan, Qing-Qing, Zhou, Tong & Li, Tao, 2018, Parastephanellus Enderlein (Hymenoptera: Stephanidae) revisited, with description of two new species from China, Zootaxa 4459 (2), pp. 327-349: 328

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Parastephanellus Enderlein, 1906 

Figs 1–99View FIGURES 1–2View FIGURES 3–10View FIGURES 11–17View FIGURES 18–26View FIGURE 27View FIGURES 28–34View FIGURES 35–42View FIGURES 43-44View FIGURES 45–54View FIGURE 55View FIGURES 56–61View FIGURES 62–69View FIGURES 70, 71View FIGURES 72–81View FIGURE 82–84View FIGURES 85–91View FIGURES 92–99

Parastephanus Enderlein, 1905: 474  (not Haeckel, 1881). Type species (by original designation): Stephanus pygmaeus Enderlein, 1901  .

Parastephanellus Enderlein, 1906: 301  (renamed because of homonymy); Aguiar 2004: 64 –72 (catalogue; references); van Achterberg & Quicke 2006: 219 –221; Aguiar & Jennings 2007: 15 -24 (suggest origin of the genus); Hong et al. 2011: 36 – 43 (revision China); Kim & Lee 2012: 174 –177; Chen et al. 2016a: 119 –122. Type species (by original designation): Stephanus pygmaeus Enderlein, 1901  .

Diagnosis. Temple with ivory or pale yellowish streak along eye ( Figs 9 View Figure , 17 View Figure , 26 View Figure , 29 View Figure , 42 View Figure , 57 View Figure ); occipital carina ventrally parallel to hypostomal carina ( Fig. 46 View Figure ); neck short and comparatively robust, without pronotal fold or distinct transverse carinae medially ( Figs 4, 5 View Figure , 13 View Figure , 36 View Figure , 47 View Figure ); vein 2-CU1 of fore wing completely developed; veins 2- SR and 2-SR+M of fore wing present, but sometimes unsclerotized and only pigmented; vein 1-SR of fore wing straight and more or less angled with vein 1-M ( Figs 3 View Figure , 35 View Figure , 62 View Figure ); hind coxa partly flattened dorso-laterally ( Fig. 65 View Figure ); outer side of hind tibia with distinct oblique striae or carinae ventrally, rarely without striae or ventral carina ( Figs 14 View Figure , 23 View Figure , 50 View Figure , 61 View Figure , 77 View Figure ); ovipositor sheath entirely black or dark brown, 1.8–2.9 × as long as fore wing and 0.9–1.8 × as long as body ( Figs 43 View Figure , 70 View Figure ); males with cylindrical pygidial process ( Figs 58 View Figure , 86 View Figure ), but absent in females (replaced by a more or less excavated and partly depressed pygidial area: Figs 54 View Figure , 66 View Figure , 95 View Figure ).

Distribution. Australasian, Oriental and Palaearctic. The distribution of Chinese species is illustrated in Fig. 100 View Figure .

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Stephanidae

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Parastephanellus Enderlein, 1906

Tan, Jiang-Li, Achterberg, Cornelis Van, Tan, Qing-Qing, Zhou, Tong & Li, Tao 2018

2018
Loc

Parastephanus

Enderlein, 1905 : 474

Loc

Parastephanellus

Enderlein, 1906 : 301 Aguiar 2004 : 64 Achterberg & Quicke 2006 : 219 Aguiar & Jennings 2007 : 15 Hong et al. 2011 : 36 Kim & Lee 2012 : 174 Chen et al. 2016a : 119