Anisocyrta Foerster in Palearctic Region

Yao, Junli, Kula, Robert R. & Chen, Jiahua, 2018, Two new species of Anisocyrta Foerster (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Alysiinae) from China, Zootaxa 4459 (3), pp. 575-582: 577

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4459.3.10

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Anisocyrta Foerster in Palearctic Region
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Key to species of genus Anisocyrta Foerster in Palearctic Region 

1. Second submarginal cell of fore wing large (van Achterberg 1986: Figs 4 View Figure , 14 View Figure ); 3RSb of fore wing 1.30–2.20 × longer than vein 3RSa (van Achterberg 1986: fig. 4); antennae 24–38 flagellomeres; palpi pale yellowish and less robust (van Achterberg 1986: Figs 20, 23, 25); hind femur dorsally and at least apical half of hind coxa yellowish................................. 2

- Second submarginal cell of fore wing small (van Achterberg 1986: fig. 27); 3RSb of fore wing about 3.00 × longer than vein 3SRa (van Achterberg 1986: fig. 27); antennae 23–25 flagellomeres; palpi dark brown and robust (van Achterberg 1986: fig. 29); hind femur dorsally and hind coxa completely yellowish brown, femur partly dark brown................................................................................................ Anisocyrta microchora van Achterberg 

2. 3RSb 2.20 × longer than 3RSa ( Fig. 1 View Figure ); 2CUb departs from the anterior fourth to middle of 1 st subdiscal  cell............ 3

- 3RSb 1.30–1.90 × longer than 3RSa ( Fig. 11 View Figure ); 2CUb departs from the middle of 1 st subdiscal  cell ( Fig. 11 View Figure ).............. 4

3. 2CUb departs from anterior fourth of 1 st subdiscal  cell, almost interstitial; mandible dark brown; precoxal sulcus wide and very shallow; anterior third of frons and face entirely finely and densely granulate, with sparse short rugae; ovipositor short, ovipositor sheath 0.80–1.00 × longer than metasoma, 0.35–0.40 × length of fore wing ( Belokobylskij & Tobias 1997: Figs 9– 15View FIGURES 7–10View FIGURES 11–14View FIGURES 15–19)..................................................................... Anisocyrta shelichovi Belokobylskij 

- 2CUb departs from middle of 1 st subdiscal  cell ( Fig. 11 View Figure ); mandible mostly reddish brown ( Fig. 12 View Figure ); precoxal sulcus narrow and deep, smooth ( Fig. 15 View Figure ); frons amooth ( Fig. 14 View Figure ) and face smooth except some transvers ridges near clypeus ( Fig. 13 View Figure ); ovipositor long, ovipositor sheath longer than metasoma, 0.50–0.60 × length of fore wing ( Fig. 17 View Figure )................................................................................................. Anisocyrta xiaoliyaoae Yao  , sp. n.

4. Propodeum extensively rugose medially (van Achterberg 1986: fig. 18); ventral half of pronotum largely rugose.......... 5

- Propodeum largely smooth, at most with some rugae (van Achterberg 1986: fig. 11); ventral half of pronotum largely smooth (van Achterberg 1986: fig. 1)............................................................................ 6

5. Propodeum without areola; F1 1.80–2.20 × longer than F2; inner side of apex of hind tibia with dense and whitish setae (van Achterberg 1986: fig. 24).................................................. Anisocyrta alpinicola van Achterberg 

- Basal half of propodeum with small areola medially, connected with pair of large rugose areolae apically, ridges of areola protruding strongly ( Fig. 8 View Figure ); F1 1.40 × longer than F2; inner side of apex of hind tibia with sparse and yellow setae ( Fig. 10 View Figure ).......................................................................... Anisocyrta cvanachterbergi Yao  , sp. n.

6. Ovipositor sheath 1.70–2.70 mm, 1.40–1.60 × longer than hind tibia, 0.50–0.70 × length of fore wing; antenna 26–31 flagellomeres; fore wing 2.90–3.80 mm; inner apex of hind tibia with sparse and yellowish or brownish setae ( Belokobylskij 1998: fig. 107, 8–19).............................................................. Anisocyrta perdita Haliday 

- Ovipositor sheath 2.80–3.20 mm, 1.80–2.30 × longer than hind tibia, 0.70–0.80 × length of fore wing; antenna 30–37 flagellomeres; fore wing 3.60–4.60 mm; inner apex of hind tibia with dense and whitish setae ( Tobias 1962: Figs 14–15View FIGURES 11–14View FIGURES 15–19)........................................................ Anisocyrta longicauda Tobias  (= A. nearctica Belokobylskij  )