Lysiphlebus testaceipes (Cresson, 1880),

Martínez-Chávez, Laura Marcela, Duque-Gamboa, Diana Nataly & Toro-Perea, Nelson, 2019, New records of aphid parasitoids (Hymenoptera) from Colombia, Check List 15 (6), pp. 1083-1091: 1085

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Lysiphlebus testaceipes (Cresson, 1880)


Lysiphlebus testaceipes (Cresson, 1880) 

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New records. Colombia, Valle del Cauca, La Victo- ria,, 04°30′36″N, 076°01′48″W, collected by hand, L.M. Martinez, D.N. Duque, E. Aguirre, 9 females (MUSENUV: 28960 / GenBank accession number: MF807198View Materials). Guacarí, 04.iii.2017, 03°45′01″N, 076°19′30″W, collected by hand, L.M. Martinez, D.N. Duque, E. Aguirre, 6 males (MUSENUV 28961)GoogleMaps  .

Identification. Female: 1.5–1.6 mm. Filiform antennae with 13–15 segments and 3–5 longitudinal placodes. Maxillary palpi 3-segmented and labial palpi 2-seg- mented. Petiole trapezoidal and smooth. Forewing vena- tion incomplete. Stigma widely triangular and distinctly longer than R 1; r&Rs shorter than stigma and R 1; M&mcu incomplete, just visible near r&Rs. Transversal vein between M&m-cu and r&Rs incomplete.

Male: similar to female, but antennae with 14 or 15 segments.


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