Aleiodes bachmatriplus, Quicke & Butcher, 2012

Butcher, Buntika Areekul, Smith, M. Alex, Sharkey, Mike J. & Quicke, Donald L. J., 2012, A turbo-taxonomic study of Thai Aleiodes (Aleiodes) and Aleiodes (Arcaleiodes) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Rogadinae) based largely on COI barcoded specimens, with rapid descriptions of 179 new species, Zootaxa 3457, pp. 1-232 : 49-50

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.11646/ZOOTAXA.3457.1.1

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:A8F8CF32-00EA-4877-A299-872C6B2081BA

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10539340

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/0D272257-9E55-E32E-FF4D-FE6DD9F763AA

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Felipe

scientific name

Aleiodes bachmatriplus
status

sp. nov.

Aleiodes bachmatriplus sp. nov

( Fig. 24)

Holotype ♀, Thailand, Lampang Province, Chae Son NP, youth camp/meeting hall, 18° 49.866' N, 99° 28.209' E, 476m, 7.iii.2008, B Kwannui & A Sutpeng (voucher BCLDQ01604, Genbank JN278339 View Materials ) ( QSBG). GoogleMaps

Length of body 3.8 mm, of fore wing 3.7 mm and of antenna 4.7 mm.

Antenna with 38 flagellomeres. Termnal flagellomere cylindrical, strongly acuminate. Median flagellomeres 2.5 x longer than wide. Occiput aciculate with distinct transverse striation. Occipital carina broadly absent mediodorsally, ventrally joining hypostomal carina. Mesopleuron largely aciculate, anteriorly and dorsally rugose, precoxal sulcus rather strongly impressed, strongly rugose, specular area entirely aciculate. Propodeum with complete midlongitudinal carina. Fore wing vein 2-CU1 0.95 x 1-CU1. Apex of fore wing subbasal cell with narrow but distinct glabrous zone. Fore wing vein 3-SR 2.65 x vein r. Fore wing vein 2-SR+M 1.1 x vein r. Fore wing vein SR1 2.05 x vein 3-SR. Hind wing vein M+CU 2 x 1-M. Hind wing subbasal cell evenly setose. Hind wing vein m-cu absent though location indicated by small angulation near base of vein 2-M. Apex of hind tibia without comb of modified adpressed setae. Claws without conspicuous pecten. Basal lobes of 1 st tergite moderately produced, angular, steeply concave posteriorly. Midlongitudinal carina of 3 rd tergite complete, though weakly differentiated and somewhat irregular medially.

Etymology. Based on similarity to A. bachma .

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Braconidae

Genus

Aleiodes

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