Leptospathius Szépligeti

Tang, Pu, Wu, Qiong, Belokobylskij, Sergey & Chen, Xuexin, 2012, The rare genus Leptospathius Szépligeti (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Doryctinae) from China, with description of a new species, Zootaxa 3219, pp. 62-66: 63

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.280237

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:79FA796C-9541-4518-BCFC-AE08E846660F

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/277587B3-1253-DB17-FF7A-6C57A2D2803A

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Leptospathius Szépligeti
status

 

Key to the Oriental species of the genus Leptospathius Szépligeti 

1. Hind coxa, femur and hind tarsal segment entirely light reddish brown. Palpi yellow. First-third tergites light reddish brown, paler than other body. Body length 18.5 mm. - Sri Lanka...................................... L. striatus ( Cameron) 

- Hind coxa and femur black or dark reddish brown, hind tarsal segment whitish yellow. Palpi reddish brown to dark brown. First-third tergites black or reddish brown, not paler than other body parts......................................... 2

2. Triangle area of second tergite of female located in its basal 0.5. Transverse diameter of female eye 1.6–1.7 times longer than temple (dorsal view). Propleuron rufous. Hind tibia black basally. Body length 11.0–17.0 mm. - Malaysia; Papua New Guinea................................................................................... L. petiolatus Cameron 

- Triangle area of second tergite of female located in its basal 0.7–0.8. Transverse diameter of female eye about 1.3 times longer than temple (dorsal view). Propleuron black. Hind tibia whitish yellow basally..................................... 3

3. Second submarginal cell 3.5 times as long as its maximum width; hind femur 4.5–4.6 times as long as wide; length of first tergite 3.0 times as long as its apical width; first tergite entirely rugulose. Body length 12.0– 15.3 mm. - China (Zhejiang, Hainan, Taiwan)......................................................................... L. triangulifera Enderlein 

- Second submarginal cell 2.6 times as long as its maximum width; hind femur 5.1 times as long as wide; length of first tergite 3.7 times as long as its apical width; first tergite rugulose, almost smooth mediobasally. Body length 14.6 mm. - China (Hunan)................................................................................... L. hunanensis  sp. nov.