Centistoides

Belokobylskij, Sergey A., 2018, Notioperilitus gen. nov., a new braconid genus (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Euphorinae) from Australia, parasitoid of adult Morabinae (Orthoptera: Eumastacidae), with remarks on the generic place, Zootaxa 4441 (2), pp. 298-310: 305

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4441.2.6

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:943D17A0-A709-449A-A660-2788C57FC54B

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/830AD504-FFC3-FFC2-FF78-FD97FA42FC1E

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scientific name

Centistoides
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Key to species of the genus Centistoides 

1. First medial abscissa (1-SR+M) of fore wing sinuate; second medial abscissa (2-SR+M) long, 0.6 × as long as recurrent vein ( Fig. 31View FIGURES 22–33). Discoidal (first discal) cell anteriorly narrowly sessile ( Fig. 31View FIGURES 22–33). First transverse anal vein (1a) present ( Fig. 3 1View FIGURES 1–3). Propodeum with distinct basomedian carina and with areola completely delineated by carinae ( Figs 30, 32View FIGURES 22–33). Prescutellar depression (scutellar sulcus) distinctly sculptured ( Fig. 30View FIGURES 22–33). Ovipositor sheath thick, but flattened on narrow flanges dorsally and apically, densely setose subapically ( Fig. 33View FIGURES 22–33). Fore wing length 4.7 mm. Afrotropical region ( Madagascar)................................................................. C. ophthalmicus ( Granger, 1949)  , comb. nov. ( Figs 22–33View FIGURES 22–33) 

- First medial abscissa (1-SR+M) of fore wing straight; second medial abscissa (2-SR+M) short, about 0.3 × as long as recurrent vein ( Fig. 41View FIGURES 34–44). Discoidal (first discal) cell anteriorly broadly sessile ( Fig. 41View FIGURES 34–44). First transverse anal vein (1a) absent ( Fig. 41View FIGURES 34–44). Propodeum without basomedian carina, with areola incompletely delineated by carinae ( Figs 39, 43View FIGURES 34–44). Prescutellar depression (scutellar sulcus) smooth ( Fig. 39View FIGURES 34–44). Ovipositor sheath entirely flatted, truncate and glabrous apically ( Figs 42, 44View FIGURES 34–44). Fore wing length 3.0 mm. Neotropical region ( Suriname)............................ C. doesburgi Achterberg, 1992  ( Figs 34–44View FIGURES 34–44)