Callodicopus floridanus Huber,

Huber, John T., Read, Jennifer D. & Triapitsyn, Serguei V., 2020, Illustrated key to genera and catalogue of Mymaridae (Hymenoptera) in America north of Mexico, Zootaxa 4773 (3), pp. 1-411: 85-86

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4773.1.1

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3844754

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scientific name

Callodicopus floridanus Huber
status

sp. n.

Callodicopus floridanus Huber  , sp. n.

( Figs 163View FIGURE 163 –171)

Type material. Holotype ♀ ( CNC), dissected under 4 coverslips on slide ( Fig. 169View FIGURES 167–169) labelled: 1. “ Callodicopus floridanus Huber  Holotype ♀ dorsal”. 2.“ USA: FL, Alachua Co. Gainesville  12-20.XII.1986 W. R. M. Mason, MT mesic forest”. 

Paratypes. 5 ♀. USA. AL: Mobile Co., Chunchula , 30.90°N 88.20°W, 25.x.2004, W.E. Benton, Malaise trap (1 ♀, CNC)GoogleMaps  . F L: Alachu a Co., Gainesville, AEI, 23.ii-2.vi.1988, D.B. Wahl, FIT (1 ♀, CNC)  ; Baker Co., Glenn St. Mary, 13.ix.2007, 13°18'00"N 82°00'55"W, rural yard/mixed woods, E. Zoll, S. Fullerton (1♀, CNC)GoogleMaps  ; Dade Co., Miami , Deering Estate Park, SW 1057 Street & SW 72 Avenue, 21.ii-1.vi.1986, S. & J. Peck, young hammock forest (1 ♀, CNC)  ; Miami , Old Cutler Hammock, 7900 SW 76 Street, 21.ii-1.iv.1986, S. & J. Peck, hammock. Malaise trap (1 ♀, CNC)  .

Diagnosis. Callodicopus floridanus  is distinguished from all other described Callodicopus  species by fu 2 longer than fu 1 and almost as long as fl 3 ( Figs 163View FIGURE 163, 166View FIGURES 164–166). In the other described species fu 2 is much shorter (almost ring-like) than either of these segments.

Description. Female. Body length 335–445 (n=3). Colour. Head and mesosoma brown, antennae, metasoma and legs except coxae and apical tarsomere slightly ( Fig. 163View FIGURE 163) to distinctly lighter (in one specimen radicle, pedicel, and legs yellowish white). Head width 193 (n=1). Antenna length/width measurements (ratios) (n=2) are: scape 203–226/31–36 (6.29–6.50), pedicel 58–60/27–28 (2.03–2.25), fu 1 34–39/14–15 (2.24–2.77), fu 2 48–50/12–13 (3.79–3.87), fu 3 50–55/16 (3.12–3.51), fu 4 54–59/14–16 (3.35–4.18), fu 5 37–40/18–19 (2.06–2.11), fu 6 38–39/20–21 (1.79–1.94), fu 7 40–42/20–26 (1.66–2.00), clava 182–186/38–39 (4.75–4.79). Fore wing length (n=2) 558–592, width 50–62, length/width 9.6–11.2, longest marginal setae 158–171; hind wing length 568–602, width 30, longest marginal setae 136–145. Ovipositor length (n=2) 136–139, 0.72–0.77× as long as metatibia length (178–193).

Male. Unknown.

Derivation of species name. The species is named after Florida, the first state in which it was collected.

Distribution. USA: AL, FL.

CNC

Canadian National Collection of Insects, Arachnids, and Nematodes

R

Departamento de Geologia, Universidad de Chile

MT

Mus. Tinro, Vladyvostok

AEI

American Entomological Institute