Eridolius kambaiti Kasparyan, 1998,

Reshchikov, Alexey, 2018, Review of the genus Eridolius Förster from the Oriental Region (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae, Tryphoninae), Zootaxa 4377 (3), pp. 431-443: 436-442

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4377.3.6

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scientific name

Eridolius kambaiti Kasparyan, 1998
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Eridolius kambaiti Kasparyan, 1998 

Figs 26–29View FIGURES26–29

Eridolius kambaiti Kasparyan, 1998  . Entomological Review , 78(3): 273–279. Myanmar ( NHRS). Examined. 

Type material examined. Holotype, female, “N.E. BURMA, Kambaiti , 2000 m, 28.5.1934, Malaise”, ( NHRS). 

Diagnosis. This species can be distinguished from all other Oriental species of the genus by the following characters: lower mandibular tooth just slightly longer than upper one ( Fig. 27View FIGURES26–29), T1 without flanges at glymmas, fore and middle coxae and all trochanters yellow, hind legs reddish except hind tibia, tarsus and apical part of femur brown ( Figs 26–29View FIGURES26–29), metasoma black with yellow posterior margins of T2–T7 ( Fig. 29View FIGURES26–29). This species is similar to the Palaearctic species E. ussuriensis Kasparyan, 1990  , but differs by much slender hind femur (6.2 × as long as broad) and T1 (2 × as long as broad apically).

Description. Holotype female. Length of body 6.0 mm. Length of fore wing 5.7 mm.

Head. Flagellum broken, its two basal flagellomeres 1.34 × as long as maximum diameter of eye; first flagellomere 5.7 × as long as wide at apex. Head roundly narrowed posteriorly ( Fig. 26View FIGURES26–29); length of gena in middle 1.1 × transverse eye diameter; cheek convex below eye; gena smooth. Face widened ventrally with a weak median bulge ( Fig. 27View FIGURES26–29), smooth and polished. Frons smooth. Clypeus distinctly separated from face by depression, smooth, without punctures; its lower margin obtuse with a comb of setae. Malar space 0.5 × as long as basal width of mandible. Upper mandibular tooth slightly shorter than lower one; mandible not swollen before base, smooth, without punctures, with defined transverse depression at base ( Fig. 27View FIGURES26–29). Hypostomal carina not raised behind mandibles.

Mesosoma. Mesoscutum with fine and moderately dense punctures ( Fig. 29View FIGURES26–29). Mesopleuron (except for speculum) with uniform fine and moderately dense punctures; speculum large, covering about 0.75 × length of mesopleuron, polished part below mesopleural pit expands to posterior corner of mesopleuron. Scutellum rather finely punctate ( Fig. 26View FIGURES26–29). Metapleuron smooth without punctures. Propodeum shining, rather pubescent with long, dense white setae, with distinct punctures; basal area 0.5 as long as broad; costulae distinct; areola hexagonal, apical area 0.64 × as long as basal area and areola combined, with median longitudinal carina ( Fig. 28View FIGURES26–29). Pterostigma nearly 5 × as long as wide ( Fig. 29View FIGURES26–29). Areolet petiolate ( Fig. 29View FIGURES26–29). Fore wing with cu-a slightly postfurcal. Hind wing with cu-a intercepted below the middle. Fore claws with 4 teeth. Hind femur 6.2 × as long as wide; proportion of the length of hind tarsomeres 1 to 5: 5.3: 2.7: 1.8: 1: 2.

Metasoma. T1 1.6 × as long as apically broad with median dorsal carinae extending to 0.65 its length, the space between carinae smooth and impunctate; dorso-lateral carinae defined, up to apical 0.6. T1 (beyond spiracles) and T2 completely smooth and more or less evenly covered with distinct punctures, average distances between punctures equal to 1–2 × their diameter. Last sternite elongate. Parameres broad basally.

Color. Body mostly black ( Figs 26–29View FIGURES26–29). Antenna dark brown, first and second flagellomeres ventrally reddishbrown. Clypeus except its narrow basal part, mandibles except teeth, palps ( Fig. 27View FIGURES26–29), posterior edges of pronotum, tegulae ( Fig. 26View FIGURES26–29), fore and middle coxae and all trochanters yellow ( Fig. 29View FIGURES26–29). Legs reddish except: hind tibia and tarsus brown, fore and middle tibiae basally reddish-brown, hind femur dark apically. Metasoma black, T2–T7 with whitish posterior margin ( Fig. 29View FIGURES26–29). Sternites white with pair of black marks. Hypopygium black with white posterior margin. Pterostigma brown.

Male. Unknown.

Distribution: Myanmar (kachin).

NHRS

Swedish Museum of Natural History, Entomology Collections

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Ichneumonidae

Genus

Eridolius

Loc

Eridolius kambaiti Kasparyan, 1998

Reshchikov, Alexey 2018
2018
Loc

Eridolius kambaiti

Kasparyan 1998
1998