Himertosoma bebourense ( Benoit, 1957 )

Rousse, Pascal & Villemant, Claire, 2012, Ichneumons in Reunion Island: a catalogue of the local Ichneumonidae (Hymenoptera) species, including 15 new taxa and a key to species, Zootaxa 3278, pp. 1-57 : 7

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Himertosoma bebourense ( Benoit, 1957 )


Himertosoma bebourense ( Benoit, 1957) View in CoL

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Asphragis bebourensis Benoit, 1957: 309

Diagnosis. Small species with body mostly black, legs rufo-testaceous and ovipositor sheath hardly longer than metasoma.

Description. Benoit (1957).

Comments. Himertosoma is greatly diversified in subsaharan Africa, with 35 valid species in Madagascar and Mascarene Archipelago.

Distribution records. Reunion ( Benoit 1957).

Material examined. HOLOTYPE Ƥ ( MNHN 2022) Verbatim label data: La Réunion, Pic Bébour, 26 1 1955, leg. Institut scientifique de Madagascar.


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