Rhopalum (Latrorhopalum) laticorne ( TSUNEKI, 1947 )

Jacobs, Hans-Joachim, 2016, Rhopalum (Lathroropalum) creutzburgi spec. nov. from Nepal (Hymenoptera, Crabronidae), Beiträge Zur Entomologie = Contributions to Entomology 66 (1), pp. 139-144: 141

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Rhopalum (Latrorhopalum) laticorne ( TSUNEKI, 1947 )
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Rhopalum (Latrorhopalum) laticorne ( TSUNEKI, 1947)  

GUSSAKOVSKIJ (1932) as Crabro latronum: Ussuri   area (Sedanka, Sutshan, Tigrovaja). – TSUNEKI (1947): Korea (Nansetsu-rei, Daitaku, corrected Crabro latronum sensu Gussakovskij   to Crabro laticorne   ). – TSUNEKI (1952): key, Sakhalin (Horo). – TSUNEKI (1967):Manchuria (Charbin). – MARSHAKOV (1976): key, Vladivostok, Blagovestchensk, Sakhalin (Novoaleksandrovsk). – NEMKOV (1995): key, Irkutsky krai, Zabaykalsky krai, Amurskya oblast, Primorsky krai, Sakhalin). – NEMKOV (2009): same locations as previous. – LECLERCQ (2011): listed.

Record: 1  Anisimovka [43.166° N 132.793° E], Litovka Mt., 900 m, 08.06.1993, leg. Taeger (coll. Senckenberg Deutsches Entomologisches Institut Müncheberg) GoogleMaps   .

: Clypeus medially produced, with two obtuse teeth medially and a distinct tooth laterally (Fig. 12). Antennal segment 3 about 1.5x longer than antennal segment 4. Petiolus stout, 4x long as maximal width. Body length 7.5–10 mm.

: Antennal segments 7–12 strongly broadened (Fig. 13). Scape and antennal segments 4–13 yellow or reddish yellow. Foretarsomere 1 strongly broadened (Fig. 14) and curved (Fig. 15). Midtarsomere 1 strongly angularly extended apically (Fig. 16). Clypeus without sharp teeth (Fig. 11). 7.5–10 mm. Southeast Siberia, Korea, Manchuria.

Rhopalum (Latrorhopalum) latronum ( KOHL 1915) Islands   (Kunashir). – NEMKOV (2009): Zabaykalsky krai, Khabarovsky krai, Sakhalin, Kurile Islands (Kunashir). – LECLERCQ (2011): listed.

: Apical margin of clypeus truncate, laterally without sharp teeth (Fig. 18). Antennal segments 3 as long as antennal segment 4 or somewhat longer. Petiolus slender, 5x as long as maximal width. Body length 7.5–9.5 mm.

: Front margin of clypeus slightly produced, nearly straight (Fig. 17). Antennal segments 7–12 normal, antennal segments 3 and 5 emarginated (Fig. 19). Foretarsomere 1 broadened in frontal view and emarginated basally (Fig. 20), in lateral view slightly curved and laterally produced in a spine (Fig. 21). Midtarsomere 1 strongly curved (Fig. 22). 7.5–9.5 mm. Southeast Siberia, Sakhalin, Kurile Islands, Japan.