Enicospilus oculator Seyrig, 1935

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: 29-30

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.3852630

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03A02166-FFEA-007E-FDF9-FEE3FCB8FD90

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Carolina

scientific name

Enicospilus oculator Seyrig, 1935
status

 

Enicospilus oculator Seyrig, 1935  

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Enicospilus oculator Seyrig, 1935: 76   , ♀.

Diagnosis (after Gauld & Mitchell 1978)

B 15–16; F 8–10; ML 0.2; CT 1.7–1.8; OOL 0.1, POL 0.9; FI 0.8–0.92; Fl1–2 1.6–1.8; Fl20 1.8–2.1; AI 0.7–0.86; ICI 0.4–0.58; CI 0.2–0.25; SDI 1.1–1.3; NI 2.9.

Body entirely reddish brown including antennae and legs, with T1 mostly dark to black (except apically), with the following ivory parts: vertex, gena, face (except antennal toruli, middle area of face extending from fore ocellus to base of clypeus), clypeus (except basally, laterally and ventral margin), pronotum (patterned with red medially and laterally), lateral margins of mesoscutum, scutellum (except small reddish area basally), postscutellum, subalar prominences, large, oval shaped markings on anterior and posterior areas of mesopleuron, a large rounded to subquadrate marking on posterior area of metapleuron just above hind coxa, T1 black on basal half; mandible with lower tooth 1.6 × as long as lower tooth; clypeus flat in profile, with ventral margin straight to truncate; face subquadrate, 1.0–1.1 × as high as wide; antenna short, with 44–46 flagellomeres; mesopleuron and metapleuron finely and closely punctate, slightly coarser on mesopleuron; basal transverse carina weakly developed, but complete; anterior area of propodeum shallowly striate, posterior area finely transversely striate; proximal sclerite dark to black roundly triangular, central sclerite very small and circular, weakly sclerotized proximally; hind wing with 5 distal hamuli on R1; fore tibia sparsely spinose.

Material examined

SAUDI ARABIA: 1 ♀, Shada Al Ala (Al Baha), light trap 4, 8 Dec. 2014, leg. Al Dhafer et al. ( EFC); 1 ♀, Shada Al Ala (Al Baha), light trap (House), 13 Nov. 2015, leg. Al Dhafer et al. ( KSMA); 1 ♀, Shada Al Ala (Al Baha), light trap 6, 14 Nov. 2015, leg. Al Dhafer et al. ( KSMA); 1 ♀, Shada Al Ala (Al Baha), light trap 5, 14 Nov. 2015, leg. Al Dhafer et al. ( KSMA).

Previous records from Saudi Arabia

Wadi Shuqub ( Horstmann 1981).

BOLD Identification Number

ADB4114.

Distribution

Kenya, South Africa ( Gauld & Mitchell 1978; Yu et al. 2012), Saudi Arabia ( Horstmann 1981; Yu et al. 2012), Zimbabwe ( Rousse & van Noort 2014).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Ichneumonidae

Genus

Enicospilus

Loc

Enicospilus oculator Seyrig, 1935

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

Enicospilus oculator

Seyrig A. 1935: 76
1935