Lasiochalcidia sparsibarbis Bouček, 1956,

Falahatpisheh, Ali, Fallahzadeh, Majid, Dousti, Abu Fazel & Delvare, Gérard, 2018, Review of Iranian Chalcididae (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea) with nomenclatural notes, Zootaxa 4394 (2), pp. 251-269: 261

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4394.2.8

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scientific name

Lasiochalcidia sparsibarbis Bouček, 1956
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Lasiochalcidia sparsibarbis Bouček, 1956 

Lasiochalcidia sparsibarbis BOUčEk, 1956  : 247–248. ORIgINAL DESCRIpTION ♀. IRAN, TEHERAN.

Material examined. Type material. Holotype ♀ (in NMP)  . Other material. IRAN: Fars, Larestan , loc. 3, 09.iv.2112, (2 ♂ 3 ♀) (in JIAU and CIRAD: GDEL351 & GDEL0352)  ; Larestan , loc. 4, 09.iv.2112, (2 ♂) (in JIAU & CIRAD: GDEL0360 & GDEL0361)  ; same data, 7.v.2012 (2 ♂) (in JIAU)  ; Larestan, Nime, loc. 6, 12.x.2012, (1 ♀ 2 ♂) (in JIAU and CIRAD: GDEL0360 & GDEL0361); Alborz, Kordan, Deh Varde , loc. 2, 20.vi.2012, (1 ♂ 1 ♀) (in JIAU), same data  , 20.viii.2012 (1 ♂) (in CIRAD: GDEL0355).

Distribution. As far as is known, this species has been collected only in Iran; it might therefore be endemic. Until now it was known only from the female holotype (Bouček 1956). The present sampling of a rather long series allowed us to associate the sexes. The male has a ventral tooth on the scape as in L. dargelasii (Latreille)  , L. rubripes (Kieffer)  and a number of species in the Old World tropics.

Hosts. Unknown.

NMP

Natal Museum

IRAN

Iranian Research Institute of Plant Protection

CIRAD

Centre de Cooperation Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Developpement