Arthrolytus incisus, Askew & Nieves Aldrey, 1982

Doğanlar, Mikdat, 2018, World species of Arthrolytus (Hymenoptera Pteromalidae, Pteromalinae), with description of new species, Linzer biologische Beiträge 50 (1), pp. 255-289 : 283-284

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3985426

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4335310

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Arthrolytus incisus
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Arthrolytus incisus ASKEW & NIEVES ALDREY, 1982 ( Figs 2i View Fig , 3q View Fig )

T y p e m a t e r i a l s: Holotype ♂. Spain, Salamaca , Dehasa de Candelario, UTM. -30 TTK6670 , 7-14.xi. 1979. Leg. J. L. Nieves. Deposited in in coll. ( BMNH).

D i a g n o s i s: Anterior margin of clypeus incised. Antennal formula 11263; antenna ( Fig. 2i View Fig ) with combined length of pedicel and flagellum 1.29 x breadth of head; scape linear without anterior expansion, extending slightly above vertex; pedicel in profile about 2x as long as broad, 0.83x as long as F1; anelli subequal; flagellum filiform, F1 narrower than pedicel, F1-F3 3x as long as broad, F6 about 2x as long as broad, club 3.84x as long as broad, very slightly broader than funicle segments. Linear sensillae on flagellar segment as: F1-F6 and C1 one sensillae, C2-C3 without sensillae; Forewing ( Fig. 3q View Fig ) hyaline with a weak, brown infuscation posterior to parastigma; with costal cell 11x as long as width. Propodeal plicae absent. Metasoma with venter and first three tergites yellow.

D e s c r i p t i o n:givenbyASKEW & NIEVES ALDREY (1982).

H o s t: reared from the gall of Andricus quercusradicis (FABRICIUS) on Quercus pyrenaica, GALL collected 19.x.1979, parasite emerged 7-14.xi. 1979 ( ASKEW & NIEVES ALDREY 1982).

D i s t r i b u t i o n: Spain:Salamaca,Dehasa de Candelario, UTM. -30TTK6670.

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Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Pteromalidae

Genus

Arthrolytus