Thaumatogelis innoxius Schwarz

Vas, Zoltán & Schwarz, Martin, 2018, Contributions to the taxonomy, identification, and biogeography of Thaumatogelis Schwarz, 1995 (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae), Zootaxa 4444 (4), pp. 421-436: 434-435

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4444.4.4

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:F4E26BFC-A168-41CD-A0B0-E938CE0B5CAB

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/1F6D8638-B864-FF04-50C2-FA01A27011E0

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Plazi

scientific name

Thaumatogelis innoxius Schwarz
status

 

Thaumatogelis innoxius Schwarz 

Material examined. Slovakia, Banská Bystrica region, Lehota nad Rimavicou [on label: R. Lehota], date unknown (based on that it was first labelled by S. Mocsáry , the specimens was collected before his death in 1915), leg. Temlin, det  . Z. Vas, 1 female, HNHMAbout HNHM Hym. Coll. Id. No. 7912  .— Mongolia, Khentii province, between Somon Zenchermandal and Somon Zargaltchaan [on label: Mongolia, Chentej aimak, zw. Somon Zencermandal u. Somon Zargaltchaan ], 1400 m, 27.vii.1965, Exp. Dr. Z. Kaszab 1965, Nr. 312, pifall trap, leg. Z. Kaszab, det  . Z. Vas, 3 females, HNHMAbout HNHM Hym. Coll. Id. No  . 152928–152930.— Mongolia, Arkhangai province, Khangai Mountains , between Somon Ikhtamir and Somon Chuluut  , c. 20 km W from Ikhtamir, 3 km S from the valley of Khanui River [on label: Mongolia, Archangaj aimak, Changay Gebirge , zwischen Somon Ichtamir und Somon Culuut, 20 km W von Ichtamir], 2150 m, 19.vi.1966, Exp. Dr. Z. Kaszab 1966, Nr. 544, pitfall trap, leg. Z. Kaszab, det  . Z. Vas, 2 females, HNHMAbout HNHM Hym. Coll. Id. No. 152931–152932.  Mongolia, Bulgan province, 7 km NW from Somon Khanjargalant Mountain [on label: Mongolia, Bulgan aimak, 7 km NW von Somon Chanzargalant], 1350 m, 16.vi.–22.vii.1968, Exp. Dr. Z. Kaszab 1968, Nr. 970, pitfall trap, leg. Z. Kaszab, det  . Z. Vas, 1 female, HNHMAbout HNHM Hym. Coll. Id. No. 152934  .

Remarks. First records for Slovakia and Mongolia. This species has been found in most European countries ( Schwarz 2001, Yu et al. 2012). Its occurrence in Mongolia represents its first record from the Eastern Palaearctic region, and considerably expands its known distribution, confirming that this species has a much wider distribution than previously suggested ( Schwarz, 2001). The Mongolian specimens were compared to a paratype (deposited in the collection of the second author) of the species to ensure that they are conspecific. Schwarz (2001) indicates in the original description of this species that the number of flagellomeres is 18, while it is 17–19 (but mostly 18) in the Mongolian specimens; in other characters they agree with the original description.

HNHM

Hungarian Natural History Museum (Termeszettudomanyi Muzeum)