Enicospilus pallidus ( Taschenberg, 1875 )

Gadallah, Neveen S., Soliman, Ahmed M., Rousse, Pascal & Al Dhafer, Hathal M., 2017, The genus Enicospilus Stephens, 1835 (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae, Ophioninae) in Saudi Arabia, with twelve new species records and the description of five new species, European Journal of Taxonomy 365, pp. 1-69: 37-38

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.5852/ejt.2017.365

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:11B4AFCD-23A0-4170-BB02-9AD628C16925

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3852620

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03A02166-FFD2-0046-FD94-FA8AFC7EFCFD

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scientific name

Enicospilus pallidus ( Taschenberg, 1875 )
status

 

Enicospilus pallidus ( Taschenberg, 1875)  

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Ophion pallidus Taschenberg, 1875: 436   , ♀.

Henicospilus damarensis Cameron, 1906: 81   , ♀.

Henicospilus sinicarinatus Enderlein, 1914: 218   , ♂.

Henicospilus techowi Enderlein, 1918: 219   , ♂.

Henicospilus dinteri Enderlein, 1918: 220   , ♀.

Diagnosis (after Gauld & Mitchell 1978)

B 22; F 12–15; ML 0.27; CT 1.66; OOL 0.04, POL 0.5; FI 0.5; Fl1–2 1.78; Fl20 1.5; AI 0.8; ICI 0.66; CI 0.33; SDI 1.27; NI 2.5.

Body including coxae pale yellow overall, metasoma slightly darker ventrally; mesoscutum with median brown stripe extending over anterior half; remaining parts of legs light brown; pterostigma yellowish; proximal and distal wing sclerites yellowish brown; mandible with upper tooth 1.3 × as long as lower tooth; clypeus flat in profile, ventral margin truncate; face 1.2 × as high as wide; antenna with 60–65 flagellomeres; mesopleuron finely puncto-striate, metapleuron finely punctate; basal transverse carina of propodeum distinct, anterior area smooth, posterior area irregularly arcuately wrinkled; disco- submarginal cell of fore wing with triangular proximal sclerite, central sclerite crescent-shape, weakly sclerotized proximally and large, with maximal length larger than distance to Rs+2r; hind wing with 7 distal hamuli on R1; fore tibia sparsely spinose.

Material examined

SAUDI ARABIA: 1 ♀, Shada Al Ala (Al Baha), light trap 6, 15 Feb. 2014, leg. Al Dhafer et al. ( KSMA).

BOLD Identification Number

AAI5153.

Distribution

Namibia, Sierra Leone ( Gauld & Mitchell 1978), Chad, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa, Sudan ( Gauld & Mitchell 1978; Yu et al. 2012), Democratic Republic of Congo, Pakistan ( Yu et al. 2012), Tanzania ( Rousse & van Noort 2014); Saudi Arabia (new record).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Ichneumonidae

Genus

Enicospilus

Loc

Enicospilus pallidus ( Taschenberg, 1875 )

Gadallah, Neveen S., Soliman, Ahmed M., Rousse, Pascal & Al Dhafer, Hathal M. 2017
2017
Loc

Henicospilus techowi

Enderlein G. 1918: 219
1918
Loc

Henicospilus dinteri

Enderlein G. 1918: 220
1918
Loc

Henicospilus sinicarinatus

Enderlein G. 1914: 218
1914
Loc

Henicospilus damarensis

Cameron P. 1906: 81
1906
Loc

Ophion pallidus

Taschenberg E. 1875: 436
1875