Dissomphalus apertus Kieffer, 1914

Azevedo, Celso O., 2017, Review of Dissomphalus Ashmead (Hymenoptera, Bethylidae) from Panama, with key to the Central American species, Zootaxa 4335 (1), pp. 1-72: 22

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scientific name

Dissomphalus apertus Kieffer, 1914
status

 

Dissomphalus apertus Kieffer, 1914 

Dissomphalus apertus Kieffer 1914a: 60  –61 (♂ holotype from United States) 1914b: 496, 499, Evans 1954: 295, 297, 306– 307, 1962: 68, 75; Evans 1964: 45, 1978: 40, 41, 42–43; Krombein 1963: 263, 1979: 1217; Gordh & Móczár 1990: 218; Azevedo 1999a: 352 –353, 390.

Psilobethylus foveolatus Brown & Cheng 1951: 143  –146, Krombein 1979: 1217.

Dissomphalus foveolatus (Brown & Cheng) Evans 1954: 306  –307 (genus combination); Krombein 1963: 263; Evans 1978: 42 (designation of synonymy).

Diagnosis. Male. Mandible tridentate. Clypeus tridentate. Tergal process with very shallow depression, pair of very large and rounded depression with dense tuft of setae. Hypopygium with posterior margin straight. Genitalia: paramere with apex rounded; aedeagal ventral ramus shorter than aedeagal dorsal body, laminar, margins smooth, inner margin straight and outer margin slightly convergent; apex wide with outer corner angulate; aedeagal dorsal body with two pairs of apical lobes; outer pair wide, with apex rounded, inner surface concave, convergent dorsally, dorsal margin with rounded expansion inward; inner pair membranous and setose. Apodeme not extending beyond genital ring.

Remarks. No additional material of this species was not found in this study. The holotype is lost, but the identity of this species is well-established. The diagnosis presented above is based on a male from Mexico as listed below.

Material examined. MEXICO, Quintana Roo: 3Km, S Puente Morelos, Jd Botânico, 14. XII.1993, L. Masner col. ( CNCIAbout CNCI).

Distribution ( Fig. 227View FIGURES 224 – 233). United States of America (New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Nebrasca, Illinois, Ohio, New Jersey, D.C, Delaware, Kansas, Missouri, Virginia, North and South Carolina, New Mexico, Texas and Florida), Mexico (Jalisco, Vera Cruz, Quintana Roo and Chiapas), Belize, Honduras, Guatemala, Costa Rica and Panama.

CNCI

Canadian National Collection Insects

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Bethylidae

Genus

Dissomphalus

Loc

Dissomphalus apertus Kieffer, 1914

Azevedo, Celso O. 2017

2017
Loc

Psilobethylus foveolatus

Krombein 1979: 1217Brown 1951: 143

1979
Loc

Dissomphalus foveolatus (Brown & Cheng) Evans 1954 : 306

Krombein 1963: 263Evans 1954: 306

1963
Loc

Dissomphalus apertus Kieffer 1914a : 60

Azevedo 1999: 352
Gordh 1990: 218
Evans 1964: 45
Krombein 1963: 263
Evans 1954: 295Kieffer 1914: 60

1954