Erythmelus clavatus

Triapitsyn, Serguei V., 2008, New records of Erythmelus (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae) from the Neotropical region, with description of a new species from Argentina, Zootaxa 1842, pp. 66-68: 68

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.274413

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6231713

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/4D0187DC-5D09-FF88-1BC0-FB53C28FF1C1

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Erythmelus clavatus
status

 

Key to the clavatus   species group of Erythmelus   ( Erythmelus   ) of the world, females

1 F 3 with 1 longitudinal sensillum ............................................................................................................................. 2

– F 3 without longitudinal sensilla ............................................................................................................................... 4

2 (1) F 4 with 1 or 2 longitudinal sensilla .......................................................................................................................... 3

– F 4 without longitudinal sensilla ............................................................................ E. (E.) yuzhanin   Triapitsyn, sp. n.

3 (2) F 1 notably shorter and narrower than F 2; forewing disc hyaline in the middle .............. E. (E.) logarzoi   Triapitsyn

– F 1 subequal to F 2; forewing disc infuscate in the middle ....................................... E. (E.) podaypodnos   Triapitsyn

4 (1) Scape 3.3–4.1 x as long as wide, notably dilated in the middle .............................................................................. 5

– Scape 5.0– 5.3 x as long as wide, at most slightly dilated in the middle................................................................... 6

5 (4) Funicle relatively short, ratio of funicle length to clava length about 1.7: 1 ..................... E. (E.) mudrila   Triapitsyn

– Funicle relatively long, ratio of funicle length to clava length 2.1–2.2: 1 ............................ E. (E.) burtik   Triapitsyn

6 (4) Forewing disc with setae mostly on the apical 1 / 3 ........................................................... E. (E.) clavatus   Ogloblin

– Forewing disc more or less uniformly setose on the apical 1 / 2 .................................... E. (E.) kostjukovi   Triapitsyn