Clinocentrus exsertor (Nees, 1811), Nees, 1811

Farahani, Samira, Talebi, Ali Asghar, Achterberg, Cornelis Van & Rakhshani, Ehsan, 2015, A review of the subfamily Rogadinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) from Iran, Zootaxa 3973 (2), pp. 227-250: 245-248

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Clinocentrus exsertor (Nees, 1811)
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Clinocentrus exsertor (Nees, 1811)  

( Fig. 15 View FIGURE 15 A –D)

Material examined. Guilan province: Roodsar, Rahim abad, Ziaz (36 ° 52 ′ 34.44 ″ N, 50 ° 13 ′ 17.40 ″ E, 537 m a. s. l.), 03.v.2010, 1♀; 14.vi.2010, 1♀; 11.vii.2010, 1♀, 1 ♂; 19.vii.2010, 1♀; 25.vii.2010, 1♀; 02.viii.2010, 1♀; leg. A. Nadimi.

Diagnostic characters (female). Body length 4.2–4.5 mm; antenna with 31–33 segments; face 1.5–1.7 × wider than its height (1.2–1.3 × longer than height of face and clypeus combined), hypoclypeal depression 1.6–1.8 × its distance from compound eye ( Fig. 15 View FIGURE 15 A); ocelli small, postocellar line as long as ocellar diameter or slightly longer (1.2 ×), ocular-ocellar line 2.5–2.8 × longer than ocellar diameter ( Fig. 15 View FIGURE 15 B), length of compound eye 1.5– 1.7 × longer than temple in dorsal view ( Fig. 15 View FIGURE 15 B); vein 3 -SR of fore wing as long as or 1.2 × longer than vein r ( Fig. 15 View FIGURE 15 C); first and second metasomal tergites densely striae, third tergite with curved striae, distal third with transverse striae, ovipositor sheath 1.1–1.3 × longer than first-third metasomal tergites.

Coloration. Body yellowish ( Fig. 15 View FIGURE 15 D), rarely brownish, antenna yellowish or brownish, head yellowish except stemmaticum and vertex black, mesoscutum, scutellum and lower part of mesopleuron yellowish, legs yellowish; metasoma yellowish, first, second and third metasomal tergites black ( Fig. 15 View FIGURE 15 D).

General distribution. Nearctic, eastern and western Palaearctic.

Distribution in Iran. Isfahan ( Ghahari et al. 2011 c) and Guilan province (current study).