Loboscelidia maculipennis Fouts,

Kimsey, Lynn S., 2012, Review of the odd chrysidid genus Loboscelidia Westwood, 1874 (Hymenoptera, Chrysididae, Loboscelidiinae), ZooKeys 213, pp. 1-40: 18

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scientific name

Loboscelidia maculipennis Fouts
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Loboscelidia maculipennis Fouts  Figures 1117, 2041

Loboscelidia maculipennis  Fouts 1922: 625. Holotype male (not female); Borneo: Sandakan (USNM).

Loboscelidia carinata  Fouts 1922: 626. Holotype male (not female); Singapore (USNM). Synonymized by Day (1979).

Material studied.

Singapore: coll. Baker (1 make, BME), Sungei Bulch (1 male, BME); Indonesia: W. Kalimantan: Gunung Palung Nat. Pk. (6 males, ROM, BME); E. Kalimantan: Kac. Pujungan, Kayen-Mentarang Nat. Res (1 male, ROM), Sumatra: Aceh, Mt. Leuser (1 male, ROM); 12 males were seen including the holotypes of Loboscelidia maculipennis  and Loboscelidia carinata  .

Diagnosis. This is one of four species with a strongly flattened cervical expansion (Fig. 11) as discussed under Loboscelidia brunnea  . Loboscelidia maculipennis  males can be distinguished from the other three by cu-a as long as R, Rs vein 4 × or longer than R, leg integument smooth (Fig. 41), and hindtibial posterior margin with 2 parallel carinae.