Anisocyrta Foerster, 1863 : 268

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: 576-577

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Anisocyrta Foerster, 1863 : 268
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Anisocyrta Foerster, 1863: 268  .

Type species: Alysia perdita Haliday, 1838: 241  (mOnObasic).

Diagnosis. Head sub-cubical to transverse ( Figs 5View FIGURES 1–6, 14View FIGURES 11–14); antenna medium-sized to long, with 24–40 flagellomeres ( Figs 1View FIGURES 1–6, 11View FIGURES 11–14); F1 1.40–2.20 × longer than F2; mandible large, setiferous, with fourth lamelliform protuberance ventrally ( Figs 3, 4View FIGURES 1–6, 12View FIGURES 11–14), the protuberance may be divided into two small teeth, e.g., A. alpinicola  (van Achterberg 1986: fig. 16), and third tooth distinctly developed, diagonal ridge weak; clypeus moderately large, somewhat protruding; anterior tentorial pits medium-sized ( Fig. 3View FIGURES 1–6); maxillary and labial palp with 6 and 4 palpomeres, respectively; pronope absent, pronotum only with transverse groove; precoxal sulcus absent ( Fig. 7View FIGURES 7–10) or present only as smooth groove ( Fig. 15View FIGURES 15–19); scutellum low, rounded, never with posterior spine; metanotum with tall medial carina which may be protruding ( Figs 7View FIGURES 7–10, 16View FIGURES 15–19); propodeal spiracle small; propodeum with complete mid-longitudinal carina ( Figs 8View FIGURES 7–10, 18View FIGURES 15–19), antero-dorsal part of propodeum not differentiated from postero-dorsal part except by curve midlongitudinal carina ( Figs 9View FIGURES 7–10, 16View FIGURES 15–19); fore wing venation complete; pterostigma linear or nearly so, its length about 10.00 × its width ( Figs 1View FIGURES 1–6, 11View FIGURES 11–14); vein r of fore wing arising from base of pterostigma ( Figs 1View FIGURES 1–6, 11View FIGURES 11–14) except in A. curticubita  and Anisocyrta masoni Wharton  (van Achterberg 1986: Figs 19View FIGURES 15–19, 31); vein 3RSa of fore wing longer than vein 2RS; vein 1m-cu of fore wing interstitial (van Achterberg 1986: fig. 4) to postfurcal ( Figs 1View FIGURES 1–6, 11View FIGURES 11–14); first subdiscal cell of fore wing closed; vein 2cu-a of fore wing subequal to 2CUa or slightly longer ( Figs 1View FIGURES 1–6, 11View FIGURES 11–14); vein cu-a of hind wing present; vein 1M of hind wing shorter than or equal to vein M+CU ( Figs 1View FIGURES 1–6, 11View FIGURES 11–14); dorsope present; laterope absent ( Figs 8View FIGURES 7–10, 19View FIGURES 15–19); T2 smooth; ovipositor sheath setiferous and with apical spine (van Achterberg 1986: fig. 1); length of ovipositor sheath 1.40–4.00 × length of hind tibia, usually 0.50–0.80 × fore wing (except A. masoni  ).

Distribution. Nearctic, Palearctic, and Oriental regions ( Yu et al. 2016).

Biology. Anisocyrta perdita  : reared with Pegomya scapularis  and Pegomya circumpolaris  ex Leccinum scabrum ( Yakovlev & Tobias 1992)  ; collected from Leucopaxillus giganteus ( Koponen 2000)  .

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Braconidae

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Anisocyrta Foerster, 1863 : 268

Yao, Junli, Kula, Robert R. & Chen, Jiahua 2018

2018
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Anisocyrta

Foerster, 1863 : 268