Gonatocerus Nees

Huber, John T., 2015, World reclassification of the Gonatocerus group of genera (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae), Zootaxa 3967 (1), pp. 1-184: 29-32

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Gonatocerus Nees   (= sulphuripes   species group, of authors)

( Figs 109–120 View FIGURES 109 – 114 View FIGURES 115 – 120 )

Gonatocerus Nees, 1834: 192   ; Bouček & Graham, 1972: 125 (validity of genus name and identity of the type-species); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 12 (subgenus under Gonatocerus   , s. l.), 14 (key to Neotropical species); Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 8 (subgenus under Gonatocerus   , s. l.), 9 (key to Palaearctic species).

Type species. Gonatocerus longicornis Nees   , by monotypy; recognized by Ashmead, 1904: 376 and most subsequent authors.

Diagnosis. Within Gonatocerini, specimens of Gonatocerus   are distinguished by the following combination of features: pronotum with lobes abutting medially; fore wing relatively narrow with microtrichia extending to base of venation and as dense behind as beyond venation; dorsellum rhomboidal; propodeum usually without carinae.

Description. FEMALE. Occiput entire ( Fig. 112 View FIGURES 109 – 114 ). Vertex with 2 setae between lateral ocelli ( Figs 110, 112 View FIGURES 109 – 114 ). Malar sulcus distinct ( Figs 109, 111, 113 View FIGURES 109 – 114 ). Pronotum longitudinally divided, the lobes abutting medially except sometimes slightly separated posterodorsally ( Fig. 116 View FIGURES 115 – 120 ). Pronotal spiracle about same size pronotal spiracle ( Fig. 116 View FIGURES 115 – 120 ). Fore wing relatively narrow, with microtrichia usually as dense behind venation as beyond venation ( Fig. 108 View FIGURE 108 b) but sometimes sparse or absent behind parastigma, the cubital line of setae always present and complete to base of parastigma. Stigmal vein with apex oblique ( Fig. 108 View FIGURE 108 b). Dorsellum rhomboidal ( Figs 6 View FIGURES 6 – 9 , 115 View FIGURES 115 – 120 ). Propodeum with faint, converging sublateral carinae or carinae absent ( Fig. 115 View FIGURES 115 – 120 ). Ovipositor not produced anteriorly under mesosoma but sometimes exserted beyond gastral apex ( Fig. 120 View FIGURES 115 – 120 ).

MALE. Radicle usually long (up to half length of scape), separated from scape by a line or sulcus. Scape several times as long as pedicel. Genitalia with aedeagal apodemes fused at junction with aedeagus and almost as long as apodeme of genital sternum.

Discussion. Gonatocerus   is not as easy to characterize as other genera. It is most easily confused with some Cosmocomoidea   species. Additional features that may help distinguish Gonatocerus   species are: fl 2 and fl 3 are often the longest funicle segments and the apex of fl 1 is often oblique. The dorsellum is often more distinctly triangular than in Cosmocomoidea   and its margin may be lighter in colour than it is medially. Species such as G. stenopterus (Ogloblin)   with a very large pronotal spiracle, but not as large as in some Gastrogonatocerus   species, are placed in Gonatocerus   based on the relatively narrow wings with fore wing microtrichia extending uniformly to the base of the venation.

A fossil in Baltic amber is described below. The relatively narrow fore wing, venation length (as a proportion of the fore wing length) the same as in most extant Gonatocerus   species, microtrichia extending proximally past the base of the parastigma, and lack of a hair line or fold extending posteroapically from the stigma indicated that the species is better placed in Gonatocerus   than in Archigonatocerus. The species is described because it represents the second species of the genus to be found in amber (the first was G. henneberti Meunier   ) and the only one that can be described and illustrated in some detail.

Distribution. The genus occurs worldwide.

Hosts and habitat. Cicadellidae   ( Hemiptera   ). A few Gonatocerus   species have reliably recorded hosts, e.g., Exitianus obscurinervis (Stål)   and Spangbergiella vulnerata lacerdae Signoret   for G. californicus Girault (Albarracin & Triapitsyn 2012)   , Nephotettix cincticeps Uhler   for G. cincticipitis Sahad   , and Cicadella viridis   (L.) for G. cicadellae   Nikol’skaya ( Sahad & Hirashima 1984). Habitats range from forests to grasslands and deserts.

Included species:

Gonatocerus aegyptiacus Soyka   , comb. rev. from Lymaenon   . Gonatocerus aegyptiacus Soyka, 1950: 125   ;

holotype ♀ in PPDD (lost). 1 ♀ and 2 ♂ paratypes in NHMW (examined). Heqvist, 1960: 430 (transferred to

Lymaenon   ). TL: Egypt, Giza, Shareh El-Haram.

Gonatocerus alami Shamim & Adam Shafee, 1984: 623   ; holotype ♀ in ZDAMU. TL: India, Uttar Pradesh,

Aligarh. Synonymy under G. tarae   by Zeya & Hayat, 1995: 84. Synonymy under aegyptiacus   by

Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 9.

Gonatocerus minor Matthews, 1986: 220   ; holotype ♀ in BMNH (examined). TL: England, Essex, Hatfield Forest. Synonymy under G. aegyptiacus   by Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 9.

Gonatocerus miurai Sahad, 1982 b: 195   ; holotype ♀ in KUEC. TL: Japan, Shimane, Matsue. Synonymy under G. tarae   by Zeya & Hayat, 1995: 84. Synonymy under G. aegyptiacus   by Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 9. Gonatocerus saipanensis (Doutt)   . Lymaenon saipanensis Doutt, 1955: 13   ; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: Mariana Islands, Saipan. Synonymy under G. aegyptiacus   by Triapitsyn, 2013: 9.

Gonatocerus tarae (Narayanan & Subba Rao)   . Lymaenon tarae Narayanan & Subba Rao, 1961: 657   ; holotype ♀ in IARI. Subba Rao & Hayat, 1983: 137 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: India, Delhi. Synonymy under G. aegyptiacus   by Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 9.

Gonatocerus aequatorianus Ogloblin.   Lymaenon aequatorianus Ogloblin, 1959 a: 58   ; holotype ♂ in MLPA. De Santis, 1979: 12, 364 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 15 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Gonatocerus   )]. TL: Ecuador: Esmeraldas, San Mateo.

Gonatocerus alberti (Debauche)   , comb. n. from Lymaenon   . Lymaenon alberti Debauche, 1949: 56   ; holotype ♀ in MRAC (lost). TL: Congo, Parc National Albert, Kabasha escarpment.

Gonatocerus antillensis Dozier, 1937: 132   ; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: Puerto Rico, Mayaguez.

Gonatocerus appendiculatus (Ogloblin)   . Lymaenon appendiculatus Ogloblin, 1939: 239   ; lectotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1967: 10, 103 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: Argentina: Misiones, Loreto.

Gonatocerus bonaerensis (Ogloblin)   . Lymaenon bonaerensis Ogloblin, 1939: 246   ; lectotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1967: 10, 105 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: Argentina: Buenos Aires, José C. Paz. Gonatocerus ogloblini De Santis, 1967: 105   . Unnecessary replacement name for Gonatocerus bonaerensis ( Ogloblin, 1939)   , not bonariensis ( Brèthes, 1922)   [now in Cosmocomoidea   ].

Gonatocerus bukashka Triapitsyn.   Gonatocerus (Gonatocerus) bukashka Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 15 View Cited Treatment   ; holotype ♀ in CAS. TL: Russia, Sakhalinskaya Oblast’, Sakhalin Island, ~ 6 km E. Sokol.

Gonatocerus californicus Girault, 1911   [96]: 271; holotype ♀ in USNM (lost). TL: USA, California, Siskiyou Co., no locality given.

Gonatocerus utahensis Girault, 1917   [331]: 446; lectotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: USA, Utah, Salt Lake City. Synonymy under G. californicus   by Triapitsyn, 2013 b: 212.

Gonatocerus titillatus Girault, 1917   [336]: 87; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: USA, Utah, Salt Lake City. Synonymy under G. utahensis   by Huber, 1988: 37.

Gonatocerus cincticipitis Sahad, 1982 b: 192   ; holotype ♀ in KUEC. TL: Japan, Shimame, Matsue.

Gonatocerus comptei Girault, 1912   [120]: 135; 3 ♀ syntypes in QMBA. The original number and sex of the syntypes is unclear from the original description. According to Dahms (1983: 193) only 1 ♀ still exists. TL: Australia, Queensland, Nelson (= Gordonvale).

Gonatocerus edentulus Zeya   in Zeya & Hayat, 1995: 78; holotype ♀ in BMNH (examined). TL: India, Bihar, Ranchi.

Gonatocerus excisus (Ogloblin)   . Lymaenon excisus Ogloblin, 1936: 53   ; lectotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1967: 10, 104 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: Argentina: Misiones, Loreto.

Gonatocerus floridensis Huber, 1988: 46   ; holotype ♀ in CNC (examined). TL: USA, Florida, Collier Co., Collier Seminole State Park.

Gonatocerus fuscicornis (Walker)   . Lymaenon fuscicornis Walker, 1846: 51   ; lectotype ♀ in MVMA. Dalla Torre, 1898: 429 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: probably England.

Gonatocerus alecto (Debauche)   . Lymaenon alecto Debauche, 1948: 105   ; holotype ♀ in IRSNB (examined). Matthews, 1986: 218 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: Belgium, Eegenhoven. Synonymy under G. sulphuripes   by Matthews, 1986: 218. Synonymy under G. fuscicornis   by Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 17. Gonatocerus crassipes (Debauche)   . Lymaenon crassipes Debauche, 1948: 109   ; holotype ♀ in IRSNB (examined). Matthews, 1986: 218 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: Belgium, Eegenhoven. Synonymy under G. s ulphuripes by Matthews, 1986: 218. Synonymy under G. fuscicornis   by Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 17. Gonatocerus pictosimilis Soyka, 1946: 38   ; holotype ♀ in NHMW. TL: Germany, Ramischau near Breslau. Synonymy under G. sulphuripes   by Matthews, 1986: 218. Synonymy under G. fuscicornis   by Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 17.

Gonatocerus sulphuripes (Foerster)   . Rachistus sulphuripes Foerster, 1847: 204   ; lectotype ♀ in NHMW (examined). Dalla Torre, 1898: 430 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Bakkendorf, 1934: 29 (transferred to Lymaenon   ); Thompson, 1958: 571 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 19 (lectotype designation and discussion). TL: Germany, Aachen. Synonymy under G. fuscicornis   by Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 17.

Gonatocerus synaptus (Debauche)   . Lymaenon synaptus Debauche, 1948: 102   ; holotype ♀ in IRSNB (examined). Matthews, 1986: 218 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: Belgium, Eegenhoven. Synonymy under G. sulphuripes   by Matthews, 1986: 218. Synonymy under G. fuscicornis   by Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 17.

Gonatocerus granulosus (Ogloblin)   . Lymaenon (Lymaenon) granulosus Ogloblin, 1959 b: 189   ; holotype ♂ [on same slide as a ♀] in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1967: 10, 104 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: Argentina: Misiones, 25 de Mayo. [This species may better be placed in Cosmocomoidea   .]

Gonatocerus hallami Girault, 1920   [353]: 99;? 15 ♀ and ♂ syntypes in QMBA (examined). TL: Australia, Queensland, Nelson (= Gordonvale).

Gonatocerus henneberti Meunier, 1905: 2   ; holotype ♀ in Klebs Collection, Provincial Museum of Königsberg (now Kaliningrad) (lost, presumed destroyed). TL: Baltic amber (perhaps from Samland Peninsula), mid- Eocene at the earliest ( Weitschat & Wichard 2010).

Gonatocerus huberi Zeya   in Zeya & Hayat, 1995: 83; holotype ♀ in BMNH (examined). TL: India, Kerala, Mukkal.

Gonatocerus inaequalis (Debauche)   , comb. n. from Lymaenon   . Lymaenon inaequalis Debauche, 1949: 54   ; holotype ♀ in MRAC (lost). TL: Congo, Kivu, Rutshuru, river Fuku.

Gonatocerus ipswichia Girault, 1922   [361]: 104;? holotype ♀ in QMBA (lost). TL: Australia, Queensland, Ipswich.

Gonatocerus ipswichia variguttus Girault, 1938   [452]: 393; holotype ♀ in QMBA (examined). TL: Australia, Queensland, Ashgrove.

Gonatocerus janzeni Huber   ; holotype ♀ in AMNH. TL: Eocene Baltic amber. No present day locality given.

Gonatocerus koebelei Perkins, 1912: 22   ; lectotype ♀ in BPBM (examined). TL: Mexico, Veracruz, Orizaba.

Gonatocerus koziavka Triapitsyn, 2013   . Gonatocerus (Gonatocerus) koziavka Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 26 View Cited Treatment   ; holotype ♀ in UCRC. TL: Kyrgyzstan, Osh, Karakuldzha, Lajsu Ravine.

Gonatocerus lissonotus Huber, 1988: 47   ; holotype ♀ in CNC. TL: Canada, Ontario, Oxford Mills.

Gonatocerus longicornis Nees, 1834: 127   ; neotype ♀ in BMNH (examined), designated by Bouček & Graham, 1972: 129. TL: Italy, Aosta Province, Quart.

Gonatocerus britteni (Hincks)   . Lymaenon britteni Hincks, 1960: 211   ; holotype ♀ in MMUE. Bouček & Graham, 1978 a: 109 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: UK, Cumberland, Skirwith. Synonymy under G. longicornis   by Bouček & Graham, 1978 b: 235.

Gonatocerus cicadellae   Nikol'skaya, 1951: 575; 30 ♀ and 10 ♂ syntypes in ZIN (lost). TL: Kyrgyzstan (then Kyrgyz SSR), Bishkek (then Frunze) region, Kyzyl-Asker district. Synonymy under G. longicornis   by Triapitsyn, 2003: 211.

Gonatocerus longiventris (Boţoc)   . Lymaenon longiventris Boţoc, 1963: 96   ;? 1 ♀ and? 1 ♂ syntypes in Boţoc collection (lost). Matthews, 1986: 218 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: Romania, Cluj environs. Synonymy under G. longicornis   by Matthews, 1986: 218.

Gonatocerus shasthryi (Subba Rao & Kaur)   . Lymaenon shasthryi Subba Rao & Kaur, 1959: 234   ; holotype ♀ in IARI. Zeya & Hayat, 1995: 80 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: India, Karnataka, Mandya. Synonymy under G. longicornis   by Zeya & Hayat, 1995: 80.

Gonatocerus terebrator (Foerster)   . Rachistus terebrator Foerster, 1847: 203   ; lectotype ♀ in NMV. Dalla Torre, 1898: 430 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Debauche, 1948: 81 (transferred to Lymaenon   ); Bouček & Graham, 1972: 127 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: Germany, Aachen. Synonymy under G. longicornis   by Bouček & Graham, 1972: 127.

Gonatocerus uttarodeccanus Mani & Saraswat, 1973: 97   , holotype ♀ in USNM. TL: India, Tamil Nadu, Anamalai Hills, Munnar. Synonymy under G. longicornis   by Zeya & Hayat, 1995: 81.

Gonatocerus longicrus Kieffer, 1913: 201   ; holotype ♀ in NZSI (lost). Zeya & Hayat, 1995: 125 (species incertae sedis). TL: India, Orissa, Puri.

Gonatocerus maga Girault, 1911   [96]: 267; holotype ♀ in INHS (lost). TL: USA, Illinois, Litchfield.

Gonatocerus mandyanus Zeya & Usman, 2014: 64   ; holotype ♀ in NBAII. TL: India, Karnataka, Mandya.

Gonatocerus meghalayanus Zeya, 2011: 33   . Replacement name for Gonatocerus orientalis Zeya, 1995   , not G.

orientalis (Girault, 1917)   , which is now in Lymaenon   .

Gonatocerus orientalis Zeya   in Zeya & Hayat, 1995: 89; holotype ♀ in BMNH (examined). TL: India, Meghalaya [no town locality given], botanic garden.

Gonatocerus zeyai Özdikmen, 2011: 840   . Unnecessary replacement name for G. orientalis Zeya   ; G. meghalayanus   is a pre-existing replacement name.

Gonatocerus mexicanus Perkins, 1912: 21   ; lectotype ♀ in BPBM (examined). TL: Mexico, Districto Federal, Chapultepec.

Gonatocerus eximius Gahan, 1913: 441   ; lectotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: USA, Florida, Orlando. Synonymy under G. mexicanus   by Girault, 1929 [428]: 254.

Gonatocerus gibsoni Crawford, 1915: 586   ; lectotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: USA, AZ, Tempe. Synonymy under G. mexicanus   by Girault, 1929 [428]: 254.

Gonatocerus petrarchi Girault, 1920   [353]: 99; 3 ♀ syntypes in QMBA (examined). TL: Australia, Queensland, Port Douglas, Nelson.

Gonatocerus pictus (Haliday)   . Ooctonus pictus Haliday, 1833: 344   ; lectotype ♀ in NMID. Walker, 1846: 51 (transferred to Lymaenon   ); Foerster, 1847: 205 (transferred to Rachistus   ); Dalla Torre, 1898: 429 (transferred back to Gonatocerus   ). TL:? Ireland, no locality given.

Gonatocerus flavus Förster, 1841: 45   ; 2 ♀ syntypes in NHMW (lost). Foerster, 1847: 205 (implied transfer to Rachistus   ); Dalla Torre, 1898: 429 (transferred back to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn (2013 a: 34) implied there was only one type specimen but Foerster (1847: 206) stated he had two specimens. TL: Germany,?Aachen area. Synonymy under G. pictus   by Foerster, 1847: 205.

Gonatocerus orthopenitus Guo, Lin & Hu, 2011: 55   ; holotype ♀ in ICXU. TL: China Xinjiang, Uyghur Autonomous Region, Wujiaqu. Synonymy under G. pictus   by Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 34.

Gonatocerus risbeci (Heqvist)   , comb. n. from Lymaenon   . Lymaenon risbeci Heqvist, 1960: 430   . Replacement name for Gonatocerus africanus Risbec, 1956   , not G. africanus ( Soyka, 1950)   , which is now in Lymaenon   . Gonatocerus africanus Risbec   , comb. rev. from Lymaenon   . Gonatocerus africanus Risbec, 1956 a: 153   ; 14 ♀ and 1 ♂ syntypes in MNHN (5 ♀ examined). Heqvist, 1960: 430 (transferred to Lymaenon   ). TL: Cameroon, Garoua.

Gonatocerus camerounensis Özdikmen, 2011: 840   . Unnecessary replacement name for G. africanus Risbec   ; G. risbeci   is a pre-existing replacement name.

Gonatocerus rivalis Girault, 1911   [96]: 257; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: USA, Illinois, Butler.

Gonatocerus sarawakensis Sveum, 1982: 81   ; holotype ♀ in NTNU. TL: Malaysia, Sarawak, 20 km S. Kuching, Semengo.

Gonatocerus shamimi Subba Rao & Hayat, 1986: 187   . Replacement name for Gonatocerus terebrator Shamim & Adam Shafee, 1984   , not G. terebrator ( Foerster, 1847)   , which is now a synonym of G. longicornis   . Gonatocerus terebrator Shamim & Adam Shafee, 1984: 624   ; holotype ♀ in ZDAMU. TL: India, Uttar Pradesh, Aligarh.

Gonatocerus stenopterus (Ogloblin)   . Lymaenon stenopterus Ogloblin, 1936: 33   ; lectotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1967: 10, 105 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: Argentina, Misiones, Loreto.

Gonatocerus urocerus Ogloblin, 1935: 72   ; lectotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). TL: Argentina: Buenos Aires, La Plata.

Gonatocerus utkalensis Subba Rao, 1989: 144   ; holotype ♀ in BMNH (examined). TL: India, Orissa, Cuttack, Central Rice Research Institute.

PPDD

Ministry of Agriculture

NHMW

Naturhistorisches Museum, Wien

KUEC

Kyushu University Entomology Collection

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

IARI

Indian Agricultural Research Institute

MRAC

Musée Royal de l’Afrique Centrale

CAS

California Academy of Sciences

CNC

Canadian National Collection of Insects, Arachnids, and Nematodes

IRSNB

Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique

AMNH

American Museum of Natural History

BPBM

Bishop Museum

UCRC

University of California, Riverside

MMUE

Museum of Manchester University

ZIN

Russian Academy of Sciences, Zoological Institute, Zoological Museum

NMV

Museum Victoria

NZSI

Zoological Survey of India, National Zoological Collection

INHS

Illinois Natural History Survey

MNHN

Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle

NTNU

National Taiwan Normal University

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Mymaridae

Loc

Gonatocerus Nees

Huber, John T. 2015
2015
Loc

Gonatocerus mandyanus

Zeya 2014: 64
2014
Loc

Gonatocerus bukashka

Triapitsyn 2013: 15
2013
Loc

Gonatocerus utahensis

Triapitsyn 2013: 212
2013
Loc

Gonatocerus koziavka

Triapitsyn 2013: 26
2013
Loc

Gonatocerus meghalayanus

Zeya 2011: 33
2011
Loc

Gonatocerus zeyai Özdikmen, 2011 : 840

Ozdikmen 2011: 840
2011
Loc

Gonatocerus orthopenitus

Triapitsyn 2013: 34
Guo 2011: 55
2011
Loc

Gonatocerus camerounensis Özdikmen, 2011 : 840

Ozdikmen 2011: 840
2011
Loc

Gonatocerus edentulus

Zeya 1995: 78
1995
Loc

Gonatocerus huberi

Zeya 1995: 83
1995
Loc

Gonatocerus orientalis

Zeya 1995: 89
1995
Loc

Gonatocerus utkalensis

Subba 1989: 144
1989
Loc

Gonatocerus titillatus

Huber 1988: 37
1988
Loc

Gonatocerus floridensis

Huber 1988: 46
1988
Loc

Gonatocerus lissonotus

Huber 1988: 47
1988
Loc

Gonatocerus minor

Triapitsyn 2013: 9
Matthews 1986: 220
1986
Loc

Gonatocerus shamimi

Subba 1986: 187
Shamim 1984: 624
1986
Loc

Gonatocerus alami

Shamim 1984: 623
1984
Loc

Gonatocerus comptei

Dahms 1983: 193
1983
Loc

Gonatocerus miurai

Triapitsyn 2013: 9
Zeya 1995: 84
Sahad 1982: 195
Doutt 1955: 13
1982
Loc

Gonatocerus cincticipitis

Sahad 1982: 192
1982
Loc

Gonatocerus sarawakensis

Sveum 1982: 81
1982
Loc

Gonatocerus uttarodeccanus

Zeya 1995: 81
Mani 1973: 97
1973
Loc

Gonatocerus longicornis

Boucek 1972: 129
1972
Loc

Gonatocerus longiventris (Boţoc)

Matthews 1986: 218
Matthews 1986: 218
Botoc 1963: 96
1963
Loc

Gonatocerus tarae

Triapitsyn 2013: 9
Subba 1983: 137
Narayanan 1961: 657
1961
Loc

Gonatocerus britteni

Boucek 1978: 109
Boucek 1978: 235
Hincks 1960: 211
1960
Loc

Gonatocerus risbeci

Heqvist 1960: 430
Heqvist 1960: 430
Risbec 1956: 153
1960
Loc

Gonatocerus aequatorianus

De 1979: 12
Ogloblin 1959: 58
1959
Loc

Gonatocerus shasthryi

Zeya 1995: 80
Zeya 1995: 80
Subba 1959: 234
1959
Loc

Gonatocerus aegyptiacus

Soyka 1950: 125
1950
Loc

Gonatocerus alberti

Debauche 1949: 56
1949
Loc

Gonatocerus inaequalis

Debauche 1949: 54
1949
Loc

Gonatocerus alecto

Triapitsyn 2013: 17
Triapitsyn 2013: 17
Triapitsyn 2013: 17
Matthews 1986: 218
Matthews 1986: 218
Matthews 1986: 218
Matthews 1986: 218
Matthews 1986: 218
Debauche 1948: 105
Debauche 1948: 109
Soyka 1946: 38
1948
Loc

Gonatocerus synaptus

Triapitsyn 2013: 17
Matthews 1986: 218
Matthews 1986: 218
Debauche 1948: 102
1948
Loc

Gonatocerus appendiculatus

Ogloblin 1939: 239
1939
Loc

Gonatocerus bonaerensis

Ogloblin 1939: 246
1939
Loc

Gonatocerus antillensis

Dozier 1937: 132
1937
Loc

Gonatocerus excisus

Ogloblin 1936: 53
1936
Loc

Gonatocerus stenopterus

Ogloblin 1936: 33
1936
Loc

Gonatocerus urocerus

Ogloblin 1935: 72
1935
Loc

Gonatocerus gibsoni

Crawford 1915: 586
1915
Loc

Gonatocerus longicrus

Zeya 1995: 125
Kieffer 1913: 201
1913
Loc

Gonatocerus eximius

Gahan 1913: 441
1913
Loc

Gonatocerus koebelei

Perkins 1912: 22
1912
Loc

Gonatocerus mexicanus

Perkins 1912: 21
1912
Loc

Gonatocerus henneberti

Meunier 1905: 2
1905
Loc

Gonatocerus sulphuripes

Triapitsyn 2013: 19
Triapitsyn 2013: 17
Thompson 1958: 571
Dalla 1898: 430
Foerster 1847: 204
1847
Loc

Gonatocerus terebrator

Boucek 1972: 127
Boucek 1972: 127
Debauche 1948: 81
Dalla 1898: 430
Foerster 1847: 203
1847
Loc

Gonatocerus fuscicornis

Dalla 1898: 429
Walker 1846: 51
1846
Loc

Gonatocerus flavus Förster, 1841 : 45

Triapitsyn 2013: 34
Dalla 1898: 429
Foerster 1847: 205
Foerster 1847: 206
Foerster 1847: 205
Forster 1841: 45
1841
Loc

Gonatocerus pictus

Dalla 1898: 429
Foerster 1847: 205
Walker 1846: 51
Haliday 1833: 344
1833