Trybliographa infuscata Gallardo, Diaz & Uchôa F., 2000, Gallardo, Diaz & Uchoa F., 2000

Guimarães, Jorge A., Gallardo, Fabiana E., Diaz, Norma Beatriz & Zucchi, Roberto A., 2003, Eucoilinae species (Hymenoptera: Cynipoidea: Figitidae) parasitoids of fruit­infesting dipterous larvae in Brazil: identity, geographical distribution and host associations, Zootaxa 278, pp. 1-23 : 13-15

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https://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.156603

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https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6277133

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Trybliographa infuscata Gallardo, Diaz & Uchôa F., 2000
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Trybliographa infuscata Gallardo, Diaz & Uchôa F., 2000

( Figs. 40–47 View FIGURES 40 – 47 )

Trybliographa infuscata Gallardo, Diaz & Uchôa F., 2000: 21

Diagnosis. Body stout. Head ( Fig. 40 View FIGURES 40 – 47 ) with lateral margin of occiput not well defined. Eyes without pubescence. Antennae of female ( Fig. 41 View FIGURES 40 – 47 ) pilose, cilindrical, widened towards apex, club 7 ­segmented, conspicuous. Antennae of male ( Fig. 42 View FIGURES 40 – 47 ) with the first flagellomere straight, shorter than second. Dorsal margin of pronotal plate ( Fig. 43 View FIGURES 40 – 47 ) broadly concave; sides of pronotum smooth. Mesoscutum ( Figs. 44 and 45 View FIGURES 40 – 47 ) slightly convex in profile, smooth. Dorsal part of scutellum ( Fig. 45 View FIGURES 40 – 47 ) areolate­rugose, dorsoposterior part in dorsal view bluntly rounded. Scutellar plate ( Figs. 44 and 45 View FIGURES 40 – 47 ) large, weakly elevated, with an anterior area slightly concave, elliptical pit close to the posterior margin of the plate. Mesopleuron ( Fig. 44 View FIGURES 40 – 47 ) without subalar pit. Metapleuron ( Fig. 44 View FIGURES 40 – 47 ) almost smooth. Forewings ( Fig. 46 View FIGURES 40 – 47 ) hyaline, dusky at base, pubescent, apical margin with hair fringe; marginal cell anteriorly partially open; veins darkened. Metacoxa ( Fig. 47 View FIGURES 40 – 47 ) with a band of hairs along the posterior margin. Third abdominal tergum of metasoma ( Fig. 44 View FIGURES 40 – 47 ) with a dense hairy ring at base; metasoma distally smooth.

Geographical distribution. Neotropical Region: Brazil. (Gallardo et al. 2000). In Brazil it is distributed throughout the States of Mato Grosso do Sul (Gallardo et al. 2000), São Paulo and Minas Gerais (new records).

Hosts. Lonchaeidae : Neosilba sp. (in Gallardo et al. 2000).

This species was obtained mainly from lonchaeids puparia associated with Rutaceae fruits.

Remarks. Trybliographa Förster, 1869 is mainly holartic ( Nordlander 1981). However, some species of this genus were recorded to the Neotropical Region ( De Santis 1965; 1980; Gallardo et al. 2000).

Type material. BRAZIL. Mato Grosso do Sul: Holotype: Anastácio, Chácara Laranjal, 06.IX. 1993, (1 female). Allotype: same locality as Holotype, 05.IX. 1994, (1 male). Paratypes: Colonia Jamic, Terenos, 14.V. 1993, (1 female); Anastácio, Chácara Laranjal, 23.VIII. 1993, (2 males); 06.IX. 1993, (1 female); 20.IX. 1993, (1 female); 27.IX. 1993, (2 males, 1 female), coll. M. A. Uchôa F. (ESALQ­USP). Aquidauana, Morro do Paxini, 10.II. 1994, (1 males, 1 female), coll. M. A. Uchôa F. ( MLP).

Material collected. BRAZIL. Minas Gerais: Grupiara, 08.X. 2000, (2 females). coll. J.A. Guimarães. ( ESALQ). São Paulo: São Bento do Sapucaí, 27.I. 1995, (2 males); 1.III. 1999, (2 males); Regente Feijó, 7.V. 1997, (1 male); Campinas, 13.II. 1996, (1 female); 16.IV. 1997, (1 female); 20.XI. 1997, (1 male); Florínea, 16.IV. 1998, (1 male), coll. M.F. Souza Filho. ( ESALQ).

MLP

Museo de La Plata

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Figitidae

Genus

Trybliographa

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Trybliographa infuscata Gallardo, Diaz & Uchôa F., 2000

Guimarães, Jorge A., Gallardo, Fabiana E., Diaz, Norma Beatriz & Zucchi, Roberto A. 2003
2003
Loc

Trybliographa infuscata Gallardo, Diaz & Uchôa F., 2000: 21

Gallardo, Diaz & Uchoa F. 2000: 21
2000