Arotes Gravenhorst, 1829,

Ito, Masato, Watanabe, Kyohei & Maeto, Kaoru, 2014, Revision of the genus Arotes Gravenhorst (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae: Acaenitinae) from Japan, Zootaxa 3893 (2), pp. 196-208: 198

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Arotes Gravenhorst, 1829
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Genus Arotes Gravenhorst, 1829 

Arotes Gravenhorst, 1829: 449  . Type: Arotes albicinctus Gravenhorst  , by monotypy.

Asthenomeris Förster, 1869: 168. Type: Asthenomeris nigricoxis Förster, 1888  , by subsequent inclusion by Schmiedeknecht (1888). Synonymized by Townes et al. (1965).

Sphalerus Kriechbaumer, 1878: 41. Type: Sphalerus bifasciatus Kriechbaumer  (= albicinctus  ), by monotypy.

Retanisia Cameron, 1886: 299. Type: Retanisia facialis Cameron  , by monotypy. Synonymized by Townes & Townes (1960).

Diagnoses. Head: 0.6–0.7 times as long as wide in dorsal view. Clypeus sparsely punctate, with transverse median ridge, its lower margin slightly concave with weak median projection ( Figs 1–3View FIGURES 1 – 3). Frons punctate, with a median longitudinal carina ( Figs 1–3View FIGURES 1 – 3). Subocular groove present ( Figs 1–3View FIGURES 1 – 3). Mandible transversely striate except for apex ( Figs 1–3View FIGURES 1 – 3). Vertex and gena weakly and sparsely punctate. Occiput smooth. Occipital carina complete. Mesoscutum sparsely punctate, with notaulus. Scutellum weakly convex in lateral view, sparsely punctate. Propodeum strongly carinate and polished. Propodeal spiracle elongate. Fore wing without areolet ( Figs 10–12View FIGURES 10 – 12), with vein cu-a connected with vein M+cu ( Figs 10–12View FIGURES 10 – 12), and with vein rs-m cross-vein distad or opposite vein 2 mcu ( Figs 10–12View FIGURES 10 – 12). Hind wing with vein cu-a intercepted near middle ( Figs 10–12View FIGURES 10 – 12). Hind tarsal claws with one accessory tooth near apex of claw ( Figs 7–9View FIGURES 7 – 9). Basal convexity of S 1 covered with some erect setae ( Figs 4–6View FIGURES 4 – 6).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Ichneumonidae

Loc

Arotes Gravenhorst, 1829

Ito, Masato, Watanabe, Kyohei & Maeto, Kaoru 2014
2014
Loc

Arotes

Gravenhorst 1829: 449
1829