Adeliini Viereck,

Ranjith, A. P., Achterberg, C. Van, Samartsev, K. G. & Nasser, M., 2021, Discovery of the chelonine tribeAdeliini Viereck, 1918 (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) from the Indian subcontinent with the description of a new genus from south India, Zootaxa 4926 (1), pp. 1-25: 3-4

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4926.1.1

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Adeliini Viereck
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Key to genera of the tribe Adeliini Viereck 

1. Metasoma smooth, sometimes first metasomal tergite basally sculptured, weakly rugulose or crenulate-rugose ( Figs 2BView FIGURE 2, 4EView FIGURE 4, 6CView FIGURE 6, 8BView FIGURE 8, 10DView FIGURE 10, 11DView FIGURE 11); suture between first and second metasomal tergites absent or indistinct ( Figs 2BView FIGURE 2, 4EView FIGURE 4, 6CView FIGURE 6, 8BView FIGURE 8, 10DView FIGURE 10, 11DView FIGURE 11).. ................................................................................................... 2

- Metasomal tergites 1–3 often sculptured, sometimes third metasomal tergite smooth (in Paradelius  ) ( Figs 12GView FIGURE 12, 14BView FIGURE 14, 16BView FIGURE 16, 18AView FIGURE 18); suture between first and second metasomal tergites distinct (except Sculptomyriola  ), often crenulate ( Figs 12GView FIGURE 12, 14BView FIGURE 14, 16BView FIGURE 16, 18AView FIGURE 18)........................................................................................... 4

2. Occipital carina absent ventrally, not fused with hypostomal carina ( Figs 1A & EView FIGURE 1); propodeum not divided into anterior and posterior parts, with distinct midlongitudinal carina posteriorly, and lateral vertical carinae, with marginated smooth areas ( Fig. 1FView FIGURE 1); fore wing vein r absent ( Fig. 2CView FIGURE 2); fore wing vein cu-a postfurcal ( Fig. 2CView FIGURE 2)................................................................................................. Carinadelius Ranjith & van Achterberg  , gen. nov.

- Occipital carina present ventrally, fused with hypostomal carina ( Figs 4AView FIGURE 4, 6AView FIGURE 6, 8AView FIGURE 8, 10AView FIGURE 10, 14AView FIGURE 14, 16AView FIGURE 16); propodeum either divided or not divided into anterior and posterior parts, without midlongitudinal carina posteriorly, often without vertical lateral carina and marginated areas of propodeum often sculptured ( Figs 1FView FIGURE 1, 4D & EView FIGURE 4, 6CView FIGURE 6, 8BView FIGURE 8, 10C & DView FIGURE 10, 11DView FIGURE 11); fore wing vein r absent or present ( Figs 4FView FIGURE 4, 6DView FIGURE 6, 7AView FIGURE 7, 10EView FIGURE 10, 11AView FIGURE 11); fore wing vein cu-a antefurcal or postfurcal ( Figs 4FView FIGURE 4, 6DView FIGURE 6, 7AView FIGURE 7, 10EView FIGURE 10, 11AView FIGURE 11)........... 3

3. Eyes glabrous or short setose ( Figs 9CView FIGURE 9, 11KView FIGURE 11); fore wing vein 1-R1 completely absent ( Figs 7AView FIGURE 7, 9AView FIGURE 9, 11AView FIGURE 11); fore wing vein 1-SR often present and narrow ( Figs 7AView FIGURE 7, 9AView FIGURE 9, 11AView FIGURE 11); length of malar space smaller than basal width of mandible ( Figs 7BView FIGURE 7, 9CView FIGURE 9, 11KView FIGURE 11); clypeus more than 0.75 × as wide as face ( Figs 7BView FIGURE 7, 9CView FIGURE 9, 11KView FIGURE 11)........................... Myriola Shestakov  re-instated

- Eyes long setose ( Figs 3DView FIGURE 3, 5EView FIGURE 5); fore wing vein 1-R1 present ( Figs 3AView FIGURE 3, 4FView FIGURE 4, 6DView FIGURE 6); fore wing vein 1-SR often absent, if present wide ( Figs 3AView FIGURE 3, 4FView FIGURE 4, 6DView FIGURE 6); length of malar space larger than basal width of mandible ( Figs 3DView FIGURE 3, 5BView FIGURE 5); clypeus less than 0.75 × as wide as face ( Figs 3DView FIGURE 3, 5BView FIGURE 5).................................................................. Adelius Haliday 

4. Prepectal carina absent (16D); third metasomal tergite entirely sculptured ( Figs 15BView FIGURE 15, 16BView FIGURE 16); fore wing vein 1SR+M often connected with 1-M ( Fig. 16CView FIGURE 16); propodeum distinctly divided into anterior and posterior part, with distinct submedian transverse carina ( Figs 16B & DView FIGURE 16); male genitalia with indistinctly developed digitus; apical sternite of male narrow, sparsely setose apically; antenna with 20 antennomeres.............................................. Sculptomyriola Belokobylskij 

- Prepectal carina present ( Fig. 12HView FIGURE 12); third metasomal tergite smooth, sometimes basally sculptured ( Figs 12GView FIGURE 12, 14BView FIGURE 14, 17FView FIGURE 17, 18AView FIGURE 18); fore wing vein 1SR+M connected with parastigma ( Figs 12AView FIGURE 12, 13AView FIGURE 13, 14CView FIGURE 14, 18CView FIGURE 18); propodeum either divided or not divided into anterior and posterior part, with distinct submedian carina ( Figs 12BView FIGURE 12, 17FView FIGURE 17, 18AView FIGURE 18); male genitalia with distinctly developed digitus (unknown in Sinadelius  ); apical sternite of male broad, setose apically (unknown in Sinadelius  ); antenna with 20–22 antennomeres........................................................................................ 5

5. Second metasomal suture absent ( Figs 17FView FIGURE 17, 18AView FIGURE 18); second metasomal tergite sculptured basally, smooth apically ( Figs 17FView FIGURE 17, 18AView FIGURE 18); third metasomal tergite smooth ( Figs 17FView FIGURE 17, 18AView FIGURE 18); propodeum mostly smooth with distinct medial transverse carina ( Figs 17FView FIGURE 17, 18AView FIGURE 18); antenna with 22 antennomeres................................................. Sinadelius He & Chen 

- Second metasomal suture present ( Fig. 12GView FIGURE 12); second metasomal tergite sculptured entirely ( Fig. 12GView FIGURE 12); third metasomal tergite sculptured at least basally ( Fig. 12GView FIGURE 12); propodeum mostly sculptured, often without medial transverse carina ( Figs 12BView FIGURE 12, 14BView FIGURE 14); antenna with 20 antennomeres.......................................................... Paradelius de Saeger