Phanuromyia, DODD, 1914,

Veenakumari, Kamalanathan & Prashanth, Mohanraj, 2019, Eight new species of xanthic Telenominae Thomson, 1860 (Platygastroidea, Scelionidae) from India, Zoosystema 41 (18), pp. 341-358: 357

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http://doi.org/ 10.5252/zoosystema2019v41a18

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3728428

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Phanuromyia
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KEY TO THE INDIAN SPECIES OF PHANUROMYIA DODD, 1914  (FEMALES)

1. Entire habitus black .................................................................................................................................... 2

— Head and Mesosoma black or coppery brown, metasoma either fully or partially xanthic or coppery .......... 5

2. Fore wing marginal cilia at least 0.6 × width of wing ........................................ P. koenigi Veenakumari, 2014 

— Fore wing marginal cilia at most 0.3 × width of wing .................................................................................. 3

3. T2 at least 5.0 × length of T1; T1 at most 0.25 × as long as wide; mesoscutum sparsely setose; medial frons finely reticulate, reticulations wide ................................................................... P. jarawa Veenakumari, 2014 

— T2 at most 2.8 × length ofT1;T1 at least0.4 × as long as wide;mesoscutum densely setose; reticulations on medial frons narrow .................................................................................................................................................................... 4

4. Reticulations on frons vertical; antennal scrobe distinct; T1 with additional row of foveae beneath basal foveae; metascutellum anteriorly foveate and posteriorly with uneven cells ......... P. andamanensis Veenakumari, 2014 

— Reticulations on frons transverse; antennal scrobe not distinct; T1 only with short basal foveae, medially smooth and laterally obliquely striate; metascutellum predominantly smooth ............ P. nabakovi Veenakumari, 2014 

5. Metasoma either entirely coppery or with only T1 orangish brown ............................................................. 6

— Entire metasoma xanthic ............................................................................................................................. 7

6. T1 orangish brown, entirely costate; T2 entirely striate except for reticulations posteriorly; frons strongly reticu- late; length and width of T2 subequal .............................................................. P. kapilae Veenakumari, 2014 

— Entire metasoma coppery; T2 smooth; frons weakly reticulate; T2 at least 1.4 × as long as wide .................... .............................................................................................................................................. P. tamaris  n. sp.

7. Mesoscutellum reticulate ..................................................................................................... P. reticulata  n. sp.

— Mesoscutellum smooth ............................................................................................................................... 8

8. Upper frons smooth, lower frons striate-reticulate; T2 without vertical striae beneath basal foveae; fore wing at most 2.4 × as long as wide .................................................................................................... P. levigatus  n. sp.

— Entire frons reticulate; T2 with vertical striae beneath basal foveae; fore wing at least 3.1 × as long as wide ... 9

9. Central keel on frons absent; mesoscutellum at most 0.2 × as long as wide; mesopleuron with prespecular and mesepimeral sulci indicated as foveae ....................................................................... P. flaviabdominalis  n. sp.

— Central keel on frons present; mesoscutellum at least 0.45 × as long as wide; mesopleuron almost smooth without sulci .................................................................................................................................................... 10

10. Preoccipital area distinct; posterior margin of mesoscutellum not smoothly curved, angular; metapleuron entirely smooth except for sparse foveae ventrally ........................................................................... P. rufocoxalis  n. sp.

— Preoccipital area absent; posterior margin of mesoscutellum smoothly curved; metapleuron coarsely sculptured with ventrally radiating striae from metapleural pit .......................................................... P. shashikalae  n. sp.