Adelotropis, Waterston, 1921

Riedel, Matthias & Pos, Davide Dal, 2019, Contribution to the AIrotropical Ɨchneumoninae (Hymenoptera, Ɨchneumonidae) Irom Gabon and Sierra Leone, with descriptions oI Iive new species and two new subspecies, Linzer biologische Beiträge 51 (1), pp. 419-436: 427

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3758387

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3806025

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scientific name

Adelotropis
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Key to the known species of Adelotropis  W ATERSTON

1 Scutellum with a very long central spine ( fig. 21View Figs 17-21); fore and middle legs with ivory coloration on coxae, femora and tibiae; general coloration reddish including the propodeum ( fig. 4View Figs 1-4) ................................................. A. spinosus  RIEDEL & DAL POS, nov.sp.

- Scutellum with a short tooth; fore and middle legs with reduced or absent ivory coloration; general coloration darker with thorax dark ferrugineus and propodeum infuscate or black. ...............................................................................................................2

2 Area superomedia sickle-shaped, 2.7x wider than long ( fig. 15View Figs 13-16). Mesosoma with reduced red coloration; fore and middle coxae with ivory spots, hind coxa black; hind tibial spur dark..................................................... A. gabonense  RIEDEL & DAL POS, nov.sp.

- Area superomedia hexagonal, 1.5x wider than long; Mesosoma almost completely red, propodeum more or less infuscate; fore and middle coxae without ivory spots; hind coxa pale apically; hind tibial spur pale ......................... A. farquharson WATERSTON, 1922