Anteoninae,

Kim, Chang-Jun & Lee, Jong-Wook, 2014, Check-list of Anteoninae R. Perkins, 1912 (Hymenoptera: Dryinidae) of South Korea, with description of a new species, Zootaxa 3802 (2), pp. 173-192: 188-190

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Anteoninae
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Key to the species of South Korean Anteoninae 

Females (unknown in A. albonigrum Olmi  , A. autumnale Olmi  , A. devriesi Olmi  , A. ingenuum Olmi  , A. peterseni Olmi  , A. pilosum Xu, Olmi & He  , A. songyangense Xu, He & Olmi  , A. sulawesianum Olmi  , Anteon yuani Xu, He & Olmi  ; A. worakense  sp.nov.)

1. Fore wing with distal part of stigmal vein as long as, or longer than proximal part ( Figs 2–4View FIGURE 1 – 4); occasionally distal part of stigmal vein slightly shorter than proximal part, then propodeum without strong transverse keel between dorsal and posterior surface. ( Lonchodryinus Kieffer  )................................................................................ 2

- Fore wing with distal part of stigmal vein much shorter than proximal part ( Fig. 1View FIGURE 1 – 4); occasionally distal part of stigmal vein slightly shorter than proximal part, then propodeum with strong transverse keel between dorsal and posterior surface. ( Anteon Jurine  ).............................................................................................. 3

2. Fore wing with dark transverse band beneath pterostigma ( Fig. 4View FIGURE 1 – 4)..................... 32. L. infuscatus Xu, Olmi & He 

- Fore wing hyaline, without dark transverse band ( Fig. 2View FIGURE 1 – 4)................................. 33. L. ruficornis (Dalman) 

3. Segment 4 of protarsus at most about 0.5 as long as or much shorter than segment 1; protarsal segment 3 or 4 produced into hook............................................................................................... 4

- Segment 4 of protarsus as long as, or longer than, or little shorter than segment 1 (in the last case, at least 0.66 as long as seg- ment 1); usually protarsal segment 2 produced into hook..................................................... 13

4. Posterior surface of propodeum without longitudinal keels..................................................... 5

- Posterior surface of propodeum with two longitudinal keels................................................... 6

5. Notauli absent or hardly shortly visible near anterior margin of scutum......................... 19. A. metuendum Olmi 

- Notauli reaching about 0.3–0.5 length of scutum........................................ 15. A. jurineanum Latreille 

6. Segment 5 of protarsus laterally expanded and forming wide lamina ( Fig. 5View FIGURES 5 – 6)...................................... 7

- Segment 5 of protarsus normally shaped, not expanded to form wide lamina ( Fig. 6View FIGURES 5 – 6)............................... 8

7. Notauli reaching approximately 0.5 length of scutum; head with POL about as long as OOL... 17. A. magnatum Kim & Lee 

- Notauli very short, only shortly visible near anterior margin of scutum; head with POL longer than OOL.................................................................................................... 29. A. wushense Olmi 

8. Head completely and strongly reticulate rugose; segment 4 and occasionally also segment 3 of protarsus produced into hook.................................................................................................... 9

- Head not or partly reticulate rugose; segment 3 of protarsus produced into hook................................... 10

9. Notauli reaching about 0.3 length of scutum; head with OOL about as long as OL.............. 24. A. reticulatum Kieffer 

- Notauli reaching about 0.4–0.5 length of scutum; head with OOL much longer than OL............. 6. A. esakii Yasumatsu 

10. Notauli reaching approximately 0.65–0.9 length of scutum................................................... 11

- Notauli at most reaching 0.3–0.6 length of scutum.......................................................... 12

11. Head black, except mandible testaceous..................................................... 18. A. medium Olmi 

- Head black, except mandible, clypeus and part of face testaceous..................... 21. A. nanlingense Xu, Olmi & He 

12. Distal part of segment 5 of protarsus approximately as long as proximal part.......... 25. A. septentrionale Xu, He & Olmi 

- Distal part of segment 5 of protarsus much shorter than proximal part....................... 8. A. flavicorne (Dalman) 

13. Posterior surface of propodeum without longitudinal keels................................... 1. A. achterbergi Olmi 

- Posterior surface of propodeum with two longitudinal keels................................................... 14

14. Posterior surface of propodeum with median area shining, mostly smooth and unsculptured or partly rugose........... 15

- Posterior surface of propodeum with median area dull, completely rugose, approximately as rugose as lateral regions..... 16

15. Posterior surface of pronotum transverse, much shorter than scutum....................... 16. A. koreanum Kim & Lee 

- Posterior surface of pronotum as long as, or longer than scutum................................. 20. A. munitum Olmi 

16. Basal part of segment 5 of protarsus slightly shorter than distal part.............................. 13. A. insertum Olmi 

- Basal part of segment 5 of protarsus much shorter than distal part.............................................. 17

17. Segment 4 of protarsus about twice as long as segment 1 ........................................ 11. A. hilare Olmi 

- Segment 4 of protarsus as long as, or shorter than, or less than twice as long as segment 1 .......................... 18

18. Pronotum with posterior surface transverse, more than twice as broad as long..................................... 19

- Pronotum with posterior surface approximately as long as broad; occasionally broader than long, but then never more than twice as broad as long................................................................................. 20

19. Prothorax reddish-brown; posterior surface of pronotum less than three times as broad as long.......... 10. A. hikense Olmi 

- Prothorax black; posterior surface of pronotum at least three times as broad as long................ 7. A. exiguum (Haupt) 

20. Head black; scutum completely or mainly black; pronotum reddish, or yellow, or testaceous; segment 5 of protarsus with two rows of lamellae....................................................................... 9. A. gaullei Kieffer 

- At least head partly yellow, or reddish; occasionally head and scutum dark brown or black, then pronotum dark brown, or black, or blackish; segment 5 of protarsus with 1–2 rows of lamellae............................................ 21

21. Head and mesosoma usually partly or totally testaceous, or yellow, or reddish, never totally black with frons partly testaceous............................................................................... 5. A. ephippiger (Dalman) 

- Head and mesosoma black, occasionally with mandible or frons partly testaceous................................. 22

22. Notauli reaching approximately 0.4 length of scutum......................................... 28. A. takenoi Olmi 

- Notauli at most reaching 0.5–0.7 length of scutum............................................. 14. A. japonicum 

Males (unknown in Anteon hikense Olmi  , A. koreanum Kim & Lee  , A. magnatum Kim & Lee  , A. medium Olmi  , A. metuendum Olmi  , A. nanlingense Xu, Olmi & He  , A. wushense Olmi  )

1. Fore wing with distal part of stigmal vein as long as, or longer than proximal part, occasionally slightly shorter than proximal part, then propodeum without transverse keel between dorsal and posterior surface ( Figs 2–4View FIGURE 1 – 4). ( Lonchodryinus Kieffer  ).. 2

- Fore wing with distal part of stigmal vein much shorter than proximal part; occasionally slightly shorter, or as long as, or lon- ger than proximal part, then propodeum with strong transverse keel between dorsal and posterior surface ( Fig. 1View FIGURE 1 – 4). ( Anteon Jurine  )........................................................................................... 3

2. Fore wing with dark transverse band beneath the pterostigma ( Fig. 3View FIGURE 1 – 4)....... 32. L. infuscatus Xu, Olmi & He 

- Fore wing hyaline, without dark transverse band....................................... 33. L. ruficornis (Dalman) 

3. Posterior surface of propodeum without longitudinal keels.................................................... 4

- Posterior surface of propodeum with two longitudinal keels................................................... 6

4. Paramere without distal inner process............................................... 15. A. jurineanum Latreille 

- Paramere with distal inner process........................................................................ 5

5. Distal inner process of paramere very large and extended along entire paramere...................... 4. A. devriesi Olmi 

- Distal inner process of paramere smaller.................................................. 1. A. achterbergi Olmi 

6. Head black, with anterior half of face testaceous............................................ 2. A. albonigrum Olmi 

- Head completely black or brown; at most mandible testaceous; occasionally clypeus testaceous; face always completely black.................................................................................................. 7

7. Paramere without distal inner more or less pointed process ( Figs 7, 9, 10, 11, 12View FIGURES 7 – 14)................................... 8

- Paramere with distal inner more or less pointed or rounded process ( Figs 8, 13, 14View FIGURES 7 – 14)................................ 27

8. Posterior surface of propodeum with median area smooth, almost completely not rugose............................. 9

- Posterior surface of propodeum with median area as rugose as lateral areas....................................... 17

9. Head more or less finely punctate and unsculptured among the punctures, not rugose; face without areolae or strong punctures resembling areolae................................................................................. 10

- Head more or less reticulate rugose (at least on vertex behind ocelli or temples); occasionally head apparently not reticulate rugose, but with strong punctures resembling areolae on the anterior region of the frons.......................... 15

10. Proximal membranous process of parameres with inner margin provided of numerous bristles ( Fig. 11View FIGURES 7 – 14)................................................................................... 23. A. pilosum Xu, Olmi & He 

- Proximal membranous process of parameres with inner margin not provided of numerous bristles (as in Fig. 12View FIGURES 7 – 14)........ 11

11. Notauli reaching approximately 0.3–0.55 length of scutum.................................................. 12

- Notauli reaching approximately 0.6–0.8 length of scutum..................................................... 13

12. Notauli reaching approximately 0.3–0.55 length of scutum; paramere much shorter than penis......... 22. A. peterseni Olmi 

- Notauli reaching approximately 0.50–0.55 length of scutum; paramere approximately as long as penis.................................................................................................... 3. A. autumnale Olmi 

13. Notauli reaching approximately 0.7–0.8 length of scutum........................ 26. A. songyangense Xu, He & Olmi 

- Notauli reaching approximately 0.5–0.6 length of scutum................................................... 14

14. Paramere approximately as long as penis................................................. 20. A. munitum Olmi 

- Paramere much shorter than penis................................................. 30. A. yuani Xu, He & Olmi 

15. Metafemur completely or partly black or brown........................................... 6. A. esakii Yasumatsu 

- Metafemur wholly testaceous.......................................................................... 16

16. Paramere with inner fold provided of mosaic drawing ( Fig. 7View FIGURES 7 – 14)............................. 31. A. worakense  sp. nov.

- Paramere without inner fold provided of mosaic drawing ( Fig. 9View FIGURES 7 – 14)............................. 12. A. ingenuum Olmi 

17. Scutum punctate, unsculptured among punctures, not granulated............................................... 18

- Scutum granulated, or with anterior half or fourth strongly reticulate rugose and with posterior region strongly punctate.. 25

18. Head shiny, punctate, unsculptured among punctures, at most very slightly rugose on temple and behind ocellar triangle.. 19

- Head more or less reticulate rugose, at most with smooth area in front of anterior ocellus........................... 23

19. Paramere with inner fold provided of mosaic drawing ( Fig. 7View FIGURES 7 – 14).............................. 31. A. worakense  sp. nov.

- Paramere without inner fold provided of mosaic drawing ( Fig. 12View FIGURES 7 – 14)............................................. 20

20. Notauli reaching about 0.25–0.35 length of scutum............................................ 28. A. takenoi Olmi 

- Notauli reaching about 0.4–0.8 length of scutum............................................................ 21

21. Notauli reaching about 0.6–0.8 length of scutum; POL less than twice as long as OL.................. 11. A. hilare Olmi 

- Notauli reaching about 0.4–0.6 length of scutum; POL more than twice as long as OL.............................. 22

22. Vertex of head behind ocellar triangle not rugose............................... 25. A. septentrionale Xu, He & Olmi 

- Vertex of head behind ocellar triangle slightly rugose......................................... 13. A. insertum Olmi 

23. Notauli reaching about 0.5–0.6 length of scutum............................................ 6. A. esakii Yasumatsu 

- Notauli reaching about 0.25–0.30 length of scutum.......................................................... 24

24. Frontal line complete.............................................................. 24. A. reticulatum Kieffer 

- Frontal line incomplete, distinct only in front of anterior ocellus................................. 28. A. takenoi Olmi 

25. Scutum granulated............................................................... 15. A. jurineanum Latreille 

- Scutum punctate, unsculptured among punctures, with anterior half, or third, or fourth, rugose....................... 26

26. Scutum with anterior half rugose; remaining area punctate and unsculptured among the punctures......... 14. A. japonicum 

- Scutum with anterior third or fourth rugose; remaining area punctate and unsculptured among the punctures.......................................................................................... 28. A. takenoi Olmi 

27. Distal inner process of paramere extended medially and with inner margin excavated........... 8. A. flavicorne (Dalman) 

- Distal inner process of paramere extended apically and with inner margin convex or straight, rarely slightly excavated.... 28

28. Genitalia with dorsal membranous process short, reaching about 0.5 length of parameres ( Fig. 14View FIGURES 7 – 14).... 7. A. exiguum (Haupt) 

- Genitalia with dorsal membranous band long, reaching about 0.6–0.8 length of parameres ( Fig. 13View FIGURES 7 – 14)................... 28

29. Head more strongly punctate, unsculptured among punctures, with a short or long frontal line......... 9. A. gaullei Kieffer 

- Head finely punctate, smooth, unsculpture among punctures, without frontal line.................................. 30

30. Head with POL as long as OOL; notauli reaching 0.5 length of scutum....................... 5. A. ephippiger (Dalman) 

- Head with POL much shorter than OOL; notauli reaching about 0.6–0.7 length of scutum........ 27. A. sulawesianum Olmi