Dryinus

Olmi, Massimo, Copeland, Robert S. & Noort, Simon Van, 2019, Dryinidae of the Afrotropical region (Hymenoptera, Chrysidoidea), Zootaxa 4630 (1), pp. 1-619: 360

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4630.1.1

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Dryinus
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Afrotropical Dryinus  group 3: key to the ♀♀

1. Notauli visible, incomplete............................................................................. 2

- Notauli absent....................................................................................... 6

2. Mesoscutum reticulate rugose......................................................... D. botswanensis (Olmi) 

- Mesoscutum granulate, not reticulate rugose............................................................... 3

3. Enlarged claw with one row of bristles and apex rounded and provided with lamellae ( Fig. 149FView FIGURE 149).... D. madagascolus Olmi 

- Enlarged claw with one row of lamellae and apex pointed ( Fig. 144EView FIGURE 144) or rounded ( Fig. 150BView FIGURE 150) and never provided with lamellae................................................................................................ 4

4. Enlarged claw with apex rounded ( Fig. 150BView FIGURE 150).......................... D. teres Olmi, Copeland & van Noort  , sp. nov.

- Enlarged claw with apex pointed ( Fig. 144EView FIGURE 144)............................................................... 5

5. Enlarged claw without subapical tooth, with distal inner margin slightly serrated ( Fig. 144EView FIGURE 144)........... D. aberrans Benoit 

- Enlarged claw with one big subapical tooth distinctly divided into two teeth ( Fig. 140CView FIGURE 140) D. saussurei (Ceballos)  (see group 1)

6. Enlarged claw with lamellae ( Figs 149EView FIGURE 149, 150DView FIGURE 150)............................................................. 7

- Enlarged claw without lamellae, only with bristles ( Figs 147BView FIGURE 147, 150AView FIGURE 150).......................................... 13

7. Enlarged claw with proximal and medial lamellae ( Figs 147DView FIGURE 147, 149CView FIGURE 149)........................................... 8

- Enlarged claw without proximal lamellae ( Figs 144DView FIGURE 144, 150CView FIGURE 150).................................................. 10

8. Enlarged claw not spatulate ( Fig. 150DView FIGURE 150); forewing with one dark transverse band.................... D. vannoorti Olmi 

- Enlarged claw spatulate ( Fig. 147DView FIGURE 147); forewing with 1–2 dark transverse bands.................................... 9

9. Enlarged claw with few small teeth located around apex ( Fig. 149EView FIGURE 149); head granulate and sculptured by many irregular keels..................................................................................... D. ivoriensis (Olmi) 

- Enlarged claw with long row of many teeth present from proximal region to apex ( Fig. 147DView FIGURE 147); head granulate, not sculptured by irregular keels......................................... D. dentatiforceps Olmi, Copeland & van Noort  , sp. nov.

10. Enlarged claw with medial and distal lamellae ( Fig. 150CView FIGURE 150); head with OL more than 4 × as long as POL........................................................................... D. tulearensis Olmi, Copeland & van Noort  , sp. nov.

- Enlarged claw only with distal lamellae ( Figs 144DView FIGURE 144, 149BView FIGURE 149); head with OL shorter than POL........................ 11

11. Forewing with two dark transverse bands; occipital carina complete............................. D. aethiopicus (Olmi) 

- Forewing with one dark transverse band or one small dark spot; occipital carina incomplete......................... 12

12. Mesosoma almost totally black; mesoscutum completely granulate and reticulate rugose; mesoscutellum mostly reticulate rugose............................................................................. D. zambeziacus Olmi 

- Mesosoma almost completely testaceous-reddish; mesoscutum granulate, with lateral regions sculptured by numerous transverse keels; mesoscutellum granulate.................................................... D. grobbelaarae Olmi 

13. Hind wing with distal extremity darkened; mesoscutellum reticulate rugose; propodeal declivity completely reticulate rugose....................................................................................... D. noyesi (Olmi) 

- Hind wing completely hyaline; mesoscutellum granulate or unsculptured; propodeal declivity completely reticulate rugose or with central area sculptured by irregular and longitudinal keels................................................ 14

14. Occipital carina laterally reaching eyes................................................... D. bekilyensis (Benoit) 

- Occipital carina laterally not reaching eyes................................................... D. eardleyi (Olmi)