Enicospilus perlatus Shestakov, 1926

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: 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.3852618

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03A02166-FFD3-0046-FD8C-FCAAFB80F813

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Carolina

scientific name

Enicospilus perlatus Shestakov, 1926
status

 

Enicospilus perlatus Shestakov, 1926  

Fig. 34B View Fig

Enicospilus perlatus Shestakov, 1926: 30   , ♀.

Diagnosis

B 26; F 16; ML 0.8; CT 2.0; OOL 0.2, POL 1.0; FI 0.37; AI 0.4; ICI 0.7; CI 0.05; SDI 1.16; NI 1.0–1.2.

Body dark reddish brown overall, with the head yellow (except a red longitudinal band on lower face including clypeus), mesoscutum reddish brown with yellow U-shape, with broad base as well as lateral margin, lateral red lobes of mesoscutum with a longitudinal black line extending along scutellum which is yellow with small red marking basally, propodeum and metasoma (except ventrally black) entirely dark reddish brown, all legs bright red, metasomal T1 and T2 brighter in color, mandible reddish except tip black, meso- and metapleura with traces of yellowish markings (two on mesopleuron and one distally on metapleuron); mandible with upper tooth 2.0 × as long as lower tooth; clypeus flat in profile, distinctly wider than long, with ventral margin truncate; antenna with 57 flagellomeres; mesopleuron and metapleuron puncto-striate; propodeum densely covered with fine setae, basal transverse carina of propodeum weak, hardly visible laterally, anterior area nearly smooth to finely superficially punctate, posterior area coarsely rugose longitudinally, especially medially; proximal sclerite bright red, domeshaped, central sclerite small, slightly elongate and totally transluscent, distal sclerite crescent shaped, enclosing central one; fore tibia sparsely spinose.

Material examined

SAUDI ARABIA: 1 ♀, Hedjaz (Mastoura), 1 Feb. 1937, leg.? ( PPDD) (in bad condition).

Previous records from Saudi Arabia

Riyadh ( Horstmann 1981).

Distribution

Afghanistan, Canary Islands, Morocco ( Yu et al. 2012), Egypt ( Shaumar 1966), Iran ( Hedwig 1957 as E. tricolor   ; Kolarov & Ghahari 2005; Barahoei et al. 2012), Israel ( Aubert et al. 1984; Yu et al. 2012), Spain ( Bordera et al. 1987), Turkmenistan ( Shestakov 1926; Kolarov & Ghahari 2005), Iran ( Hedwig 1957 as E. tricolor   ), Saudi Arabia ( Horstmann 1981 as E. tricolor   ).

PPDD

Ministry of Agriculture

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Ichneumonidae

Genus

Enicospilus

Loc

Enicospilus perlatus Shestakov, 1926

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

Enicospilus perlatus

Shestakov A. 1926: 30
1926