Dryinus deceptor ( Turner, 1928 )

Olmi, Massimo, Copeland, Robert S. & Noort, Simon Van, 2019, Dryinidae of the Afrotropical region (Hymenoptera, Chrysidoidea), Zootaxa 4630 (1), pp. 1-619: 319-320

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Dryinus deceptor ( Turner, 1928 )
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11. Dryinus deceptor ( Turner, 1928) 

( Figs 125HView FIGURE 125, 126EView FIGURE 126)

Lestodryinus deceptor Turner 1928: 147  .

Dryinus deceptor (Turner)  : Olmi 1984: 762; 2006: 42; 2009b: 458.

Description. ♀. Fully winged; body length 6.0– 6.6 mm. Yellow–testaceous, except petiole black and metasoma brown–reddish. In specimen from South Africa, 27°19.818’S 32°44.792’E, distal extremity of metasoma black. Occasionally ocellar triangle brown and metasoma totally yellow-testaceous. Antenna clavate; antennomeres in following proportions: 6:3:28:17:12:8:6:5:5:5. Head ( Fig. 125HView FIGURE 125) flat, dull, granulate; frontal line complete; occipital carina complete; OPL shorter than POL; OL = POL; temple short. Pronotum dull, granulate, with numerous keels on lateral regions; pronotum crossed by slight anterior transverse impression and strong posterior transverse furrow; posterior collar long; pronotal tubercle not reaching tegula. Mesoscutum shiny, granulate, occasionally with few irregular keels (in specimen from South Africa, 27°19.818’S 32°44.792’E, mesoscutum slightly rugose). Notauli incomplete, approximately reaching 0.5–0.7 × length of mesoscutum. Mesoscutellum and metanotum shiny, granulate. Metapectal-propodeal disc slightly reticulate rugose; propodeal declivity reticulate rugose, without longitudinal keels. In specimen from South Africa, 27°19.818’S 32°44.792’E, mesoscutellum rugose. Forewing with two brown transverse bands (in specimen from South Africa, 27°19.818’S 32°44.792’E, three brown transverse bands); distal part of 2r-rs&Rs vein much longer than proximal part. Protarsomere 1 shorter than 4 (18:22); protarsomeres 2 and 3 produced into hook. Enlarged claw ( Fig. 126EView FIGURE 126) with one large subdistal tooth and one row of 12–15 lamellae. Protarsomere 5 ( Fig. 126EView FIGURE 126) with two rows of 34–37 lamellae; apex with approximately 19 lamellae. Tibial spurs 1/1/2.

♂. Fully winged; body length 2.4 mm. Head black, except mandible testaceous; antenna brown, except scape and pedicel testaceous; mesosoma and metasoma black; legs testaceous, except coxae, clubs of femora, mid and hind tibiae brown. Antenna filiform; antennomeres in following proportions: 5:3:11:7:6:6:6:6:5:7. Head dull, granulate, with slight tracks of areolae; frontal line absent; frons with median longitudinal hump from anterior ocellus to antennal toruli; occipital carina incomplete; POL = 5.6; OL = 2; OOL = 4; OPL = 1; TL = 0. Mesoscutum, mesoscutellum and metanotum dull, granulate, with slight tracks of areolae. Notauli incomplete, reaching approximately 0.5 × length of mesoscutum. Metapectal-propodeal disc dull, reticulate rugose, without transverse posterior keel; propodeal declivity reticulate rugose, without longitudinal keels. Forewing hyaline, without dark transverse bands; distal part of 2r-rs&Rs vein longer than proximal part; 2R1 cell closed. Tibial spurs 1/1/2.

Material examined. Types: ♀ holotype: SOUTH AFRICA: Eastern Cape, Port St. Johns , 6–25.II.1924, R.E. Turner leg. ( NHMUK)  . Paratype: same locality label as holotype, XII.1923, 1  ♀ ( NHMUK). Other material: KENYA: Eastern Prov., Kasaala area , 2.07836°S 38.22517°E, 733 m, 24.IV–10.V.2015, MT, just inside isolated woodland patch, R. Copeland leg.GoogleMaps  , 1♀ ( NMK). SOUTH AFRICA: KwaZulu-Natal, La Mercy, Site 1, 29°37.41’S 31°06.454’E, 85 m, 6.XII.2006, YPT, Mostovski leg.GoogleMaps  , 1♀ ( NMSA); KwaZulu-Natal, Mabibi Campsite , 27°19.818’S 32°44.792’E, 50 m, 18–20.X.2010, YPT, Maputaland Coastal Belt, SA 10-MAB-Y01GoogleMaps  , 1♀ ( SAMC). UGANDA: Kampala ( AEIC)  .

Hosts. Unknown.

Distribution. Kenya, South Africa, Uganda.

NHMUK

Natural History Museum, London

NMK

National Museums of Kenya

NMSA

KwaZulu-Natal Museum

SAMC

Iziko Museums of Cape Town

AEIC

American Entomological Institute

Kingdom

Animalia

Genus

Dryinus

Loc

Dryinus deceptor ( Turner, 1928 )

Olmi, Massimo, Copeland, Robert S. & Noort, Simon Van 2019
2019
Loc

Lestodryinus deceptor

Turner, R. E. 1928: 147
Loc

Dryinus deceptor

Olmi, M. 1984: 762