Doryctinae

Seltmann, Katja & Sharkey, Michael, 2007, A new genus and species of apterous Doryctinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) from Costa Rica, Zootaxa 1415, pp. 17-24: 19

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.273691

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scientific name

Doryctinae
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Key to the New World genera of apterous and brachypterous Doryctinae 

1. Propodeal bridge present between hind coxae and first metasomal segment, metasoma inserted high above hind coxae ............................................................................................. Oroceguera  Seltmann and Sharkey.

- Sclerite absent, metasoma inserted directly above hind coxae.................................................................... 2

2. Femora normal or only hind femur swollen ................................................................................................ 3

- All femora swollen ...................................................................................................................................... 5

3. Propodeum convex in lateral view; ocelli well developed .......................................... Aptenobracon  Marsh

- Propodeum not convex in side view; ocelli variable, but may be weak or absent ..................................... 4

4. Scutellum conical ........................................................................................................ Ecphylopsis  Ashmead

- Scutellum flat..................................................................................................................... Ecphylus Foerster 

5. Brachypterous, only males have reduced wings; antenna with 9–12 antennomeres, scape and pedicel large and swollen (width of scape greater than diameter of eye); found in Ficus  sp. fruit .. Psenobolus  Reinhard

- Apterous, both sexes may be wingless, antenna with 12–19 antennomeres, without a distinctly swollen scape and pedicel ........................................................................................................ Pambolidea  Ashmead