Dryinus cariniceps Cameron, 1906

Olmi, Massimo, Copeland, Robert S. & Noort, Simon Van, 2019, Dryinidae of the Afrotropical region (Hymenoptera, Chrysidoidea), Zootaxa 4630 (1), pp. 1-619: 314-315

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Dryinus cariniceps Cameron, 1906
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6. Dryinus cariniceps Cameron, 1906 

( Figs 124A, BView FIGURE 124, 125View FIGURE 125 D-G)

Dryinus cariniceps Cameron 1906: 158  ; Olmi & van Harten 2000: 261; Olmi 2006: 41; Olmi et al. 2015: 356.

Lestodryinus cariniceps (Cameron)  : Turner 1928: 147.

Richardsidryinus cariniceps (Cameron)  : Olmi 1984: 918.

Description. ♀ ( Figs 124A, BView FIGURE 124). Fully winged; body length 3.4–7.5 mm. Head ferruginous-testaceous; occasionally ventral side of head and central region of clypeus darkened; antenna brown, except antennomeres 9–10 yellow, distal part of antennomere 4 and proximal part of antennomere 5 whitish; propleuron and pronotum ferruginous-testaceous or brown-reddish; rest of mesosoma ferruginous, or brown-reddish, or completely black; occasionally mesosoma ferruginous, with metanotum and metapectal-propodeal disc and propodeal declivity black; petiole black; metasoma brown-reddish; legs brown-reddish. Head flat, granulate and slightly rugose or with irregular longitudinal keels; posterior margin of vertex convex; occipital carina complete, hardly visible on sides of occiput; OPL slightly shorter than OL; POL = OL. Pronotum ( Fig. 125DView FIGURE 125) dull, granulate, with slight keels around disc; pronotum crossed by strong posterior transverse furrow (anterior transverse impression absent); posterior collar long, longer than length of ocellar region; pronotal tubercle not reaching tegula. Mesoscutum dull, reticulate rugose, or sculptured by numerous irregular and longitudinal keels. Notauli slightly visible, incomplete, reaching approximately 0.5–0.7 × length of mesoscutum. Mesoscutellum dull, reticulate rugose. Metanotum dull, punctate, or rugose. Metapectal-propodeal disc ( Fig. 125EView FIGURE 125) reticulate rugose; propodeal declivity reticulate rugose, without longitudinal keels. Forewing with two dark transverse bands; distal part of 2r-rs&Rs vein curvilinear, much longer than proximal part. Protarsomere 1 longer than 4 (15:12); protarsomere 3 produced into hook. Enlarged claw ( Fig. 125FView FIGURE 125) with one large subdistal tooth and one row of 9–11 lamellae. Protarsomere 5 ( Fig. 125FView FIGURE 125) with two rows of about 17–37 lamellae; apex with at least 16 lamellae. Tibial spurs 1/1/1.

♂ (see remarks). Fully winged; body length 3.6–4.2 mm. Head black, except mandible, clypeus, malar space and palpi testaceous; antenna testaceous; mesosoma black; metasoma brown; legs testaceous, except meso- and metacoxa partly brown. Antenna filiform; antennomeres in following proportions: 8:7:21:14:15.5:15:13:12:10:12. Head dull, convex, completely reticulate rugose; frontal line complete; occipital carina incomplete, absent in temple; POL = 9; OL = 3.5; OOL = 4.5; OPL = 2; TL = 0; greatest breadth of lateral ocelli slightly longer than OL (4:3.5). Mesoscutum, mesoscutellum and metanotum dull, reticulate rugose. Notauli incomplete, reaching approximately 0.7 × length of mesoscutum. Metapectal-propodeal disc reticulate rugose, with strong irregular transverse posterior keel; propodeal declivity reticulate rugose, without longitudinal keels. Forewing hyaline, without dark transverse bands; distal part of 2r-rs&Rs vein slightly longer than proximal part (11:10); 2R1 cell open. Paramere with large dorsal process ( Fig. 125GView FIGURE 125). Tibial spurs 1/1/2.

Material examined. Type: ♀ holotype: SOUTH AFRICA: Eastern Cape, Port St. Johns ( NHMUK). Other material: DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO: Haut-Uele (= Haut-Zaire), Garamba National Park   , 2♀♀ ( MRAC); same locality label  , 1♀ ( AMNH). GABON: La Makaude , 10.III.1999, on canopée  , 1♀ ( MOLC). IVORY COAST: Lagunes District, Dabou , 25.VII.1963  , 1♀ ( MNHN). KENYA: Coast Prov., Funzi Island, 4.53577S 39.46042’E, near Mliani , near sea level, by sweeping, 6.VII.2012, ICIPE/NMK, Funzi Island Expedition leg.  , 1♀ ( ICIPE). SOUTH AFRICA: Eastern Cape, same locality label as holotype, 15–31.V.1923, R.E. Turner leg.  , 1♀ ( NHMUK); same locality label  , 3♀♀ ( MRAC). YEMEN: 60 km E Aden, Al-Kowd , 13°05’N 45°22’E, 17–21.VII.2001, LT, A. van Harten & S. Al Haruri leg.GoogleMaps  , 1♂ ( MOLC); same locality label, IV.1993, MT, A. van Harten leg.GoogleMaps  , 1♀ ( MOLC); 12 km NW of Manakhah , 3.VII–21.VIII.2001, MT, A. van Harten leg.  , 4♂♂ ( MOLC); same locality label, 15.V–24.VI.2003, N. 7770  , 1♀ ( MOLC)  .

Hosts. Unknown.

Distribution. Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Ivory Coast, Kenya, South Africa, Yemen.

Remarks. The ♂ above described was attributed doubtfully to Dryinus cariniceps Cameron, because a ♀ and a ♂ specimen of this species were both collected from the same locality (Yemen, Al-Kowd). However, in a further locality of Yemen (12 km NW of Manakhah) two ♀ specimens of Dryinus yemenensis Olmi & van Harten were collected by a Malaise trap together with 4 ♂ specimens similar to those collected in Al-Kowd. There is the pos- sibility that these ♂♂ are the opposite sex of Dryinus yemenensis. Only rearings of paired sexes, or DNA analysis will resolve this issue.

NHMUK

Natural History Museum, London

MRAC

Musée Royal de l’Afrique Centrale

AMNH

American Museum of Natural History

MNHN

Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle

Kingdom

Animalia

Genus

Dryinus

Loc

Dryinus cariniceps Cameron, 1906

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

Dryinus cariniceps

Olmi, M. & van Harten, A. 2000: 261
Cameron, P. 1906: 158
Loc

Lestodryinus cariniceps

Turner, R. E. 1928: 147
Loc

Richardsidryinus cariniceps

Olmi, M. 1984: 918