Gonatocerus

Triapitsyn, Serguei V., 2013, Review of Gonatocerus (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae) in the Palaearctic region, with notes on extralimital distributions, Zootaxa 3644 (1), pp. 1-178: 39-40

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http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3644.1.1

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5099033

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scientific name

Gonatocerus
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Key to females of Palaearctic species of Gonatocerus   ( Lymaenon   )

1 Ovipositor projecting anteriorly under mesosoma and extending to posterior margin of anterior scutellum ( Fig. 182 View FIGURES 182 – 184 )........................................................................................ G. (Lymaenon) svat   sp. n.

– Ovipositor at most extending anteriorly to posterior margin of propodeum........................................ 2

2 (1) Ovipositor exserted beyond gastral apex by 0.35 × own length ( Fig. 130 View FIGURES 129 – 131 )..................... G. (Lymaenon) kum   sp. n.

– Ovipositor exserted beyond gastral apex by at most 0.25 × own length............................................ 3

3 (2) Ovipositor notably exserted beyond gastral apex by 0.15–0.25 × own length....................................... 4

– Ovipositor not or only slightly exserted beyond gastral apex by at most 0.11 × own length............................ 6

4 (3) Fore wing disc with a large, distinct bare area between marginal vein and cubital row of setae ( Fig. 54 View FIGURES 53, 54 ).......................................................................................... G. (Lymaenon) acuminatus (Walker)  

– Fore wing disc setose between marginal vein and cubital row of setae............................................ 5

5 (4) Fore wing wide, at most 2.9 × as long as wide ( Fig. 135 View FIGURES 132 – 135 )................................ G. (Lymaenon) kusaka   sp. n.

– Fore wing narrow, at least 4.2 × as long as wide ( Fig. 175 View FIGURES 172 – 175 )............................. G. (Lymaenon) novickyi Soyka  

6 (3) Fore wing with cubital row of setae not extending to base of marginal vein ( Fig. 101 View FIGURES 99 – 102 )........ G. (Lymaenon) karakum   sp. n.

– Fore wing with cubital row of setae extending to base of marginal vein........................................... 7

7 (6) Ovipositor extending anteriorly to posterior margin of propodeum ( Figs 118 View FIGURES 116 – 118 , 126 View FIGURES 125 – 128 ).................................. 8

– Ovipositor not extending anteriorly to posterior margin of propodeum (e.g., Figs 70 View FIGURES 67 – 71 , 73 View FIGURES 72 – 74 , 146 View FIGURES 144 – 147 )......................... 9

8 (7) F 5 with 2 mps; clava with at least 9 mps.......................................... G. (Lymaenon) kulik   sp. n. (part)

– F 5 without mps; clava with 8 mps................................................. G. (Lymaenon) komarik   sp. n.

9 (7) Fore wing relatively narrow, at least 3.9 × as long as wide.................................................... 10

– Fore wing relatively wide, at most 3.8 × as long as wide...................................................... 13

10 (9) Clava with 6 mps.............................................................. G. (Lymaenon) aureus Girault  

– Clava with at least 8 mps.............................................................................. 11

11 (10) Body length about 1.5 mm; ovipositor 2.9 × length of mesotibia............................ G. (Lymaenon) kalika   sp. n.

– Body length at most about 1.0 mm; ovipositor at most 1.8 × length of mesotibia................................... 12

12 (11) Fore wing 4.4 × as long as wide; disc with setae sparse between marginal vein and cubital row of setae leaving a small, indis- tinct bare area ( Fig. 93 View FIGURES 91 – 93 )..................................................... G. (Lymaenon) cunctator (Mathot)  

– Fore wing at most 4.1 × as long as wide; area on disc between marginal vein and cubital row of setae more or less densely set- ose and without a bare area (as in Fig. 150 View FIGURES 148 – 150 ).................................. G. (Lymaenon) litoralis (Haliday)   (part)

13 (9) Clava with at least 11 mps............................................................................. 14

– Clava with at most 10 mps............................................................................. 17

14 (13) Ovipositor at least 2.2 × length of mesotibia....................................... G. (Lymaenon) kulik   sp. n. (part)

– Ovipositor at most 2.0× length of mesotibia............................................................... 15

15 (14) Fore wing ( Fig. 109 View FIGURES 106 – 109 ) disc with a usually large and distinct bare area between marginal vein and cubital row of setae (a row of setae always present next to marginal vein and occasionally additional, sparse setae behind marginal vein so that bare area sometimes less distinct)..................................................... G. (Lymaenon) katraps   sp. n. (part)

– Fore wing disc densely setose between marginal vein and cubital row of setae ( Figs 123 View FIGURES 123, 124 , 179 View FIGURES 176 – 179 )....................... 16

16 (15) Head mostly yellowish except vertex variably brownish and brown around ocelli and trabeculae dark brown, mesosoma usu- ally mostly orange to light brown with some brown on scutellum and sometimes also on midlobe of mesoscutum ( Fig. 121 View FIGURES 120 – 122 ); ovipositor at least 1.1 × length of mesotibia........................................ G. (Lymaenon) krasavchik   sp. n.

– Head and mesosoma dark brown; ovipositor 0.9 × length of mesotibia................. G. (Lymaenon) saulfrommeri   sp. n.

17 (13) Clava with 10 mps (4 of them more or less in middle of clava, best observed in lateral view)........................ 18

– Clava with at most 9 mps.............................................................................. 23

18 (17) Fore wing disc with a more or less distinct bare area between marginal vein and cubital row of setae or area between marginal vein and cubital row of setae with setae sparse............................................................. 19

– Fore wing disc more or less densely setose between marginal vein and cubital row of setae ( Fig. 148 View FIGURES 148 – 150 )........................................................................................ G. (Lymaenon) litoralis (Haliday)   (part)

19 (18) F 5 –F 8 each with at least 2 mps......................................................................... 20

– At least one funicle segment among F 5 –F 8 with less than 2 mps on both antennae................................. 21

20 (19) Head and mesosoma black, gaster mostly dark brown; fore wing 2.7–3.1 × as long as wide G. (Lymaenon) katraps   sp. n. (part)

– Head and mesosoma mostly brown, gaster yellowish basally and brown distally; fore wing about 3.3 × as long as wide.......................................................................... G. (Lymaenon) vidanoi (Viggiani & Jesu)  

21 (19) Ovipositor at least 1.7 × length of mesotibia......................................... G. (Lymaenon) longior Soyka  

– Ovipositor at most 1.6 × length of mesotibia............................................................... 22

22 (21) F 5 with 1 mps......................................................................... G. ( Lymaenon   ) sp. 1

– F 5 without mps........................................................... G. (Lymaenon) thyrides (Debauche)  

23 (17) Fore wing with longest marginal seta at least 0.51 maximum wing width.................... G. (Lymaenon) karlik   sp. n.

– Fore wing with longest marginal seta at most 0.4 × maximum wing width........................................ 24

24 (23) Ovipositor at least 2.2 × length of mesotibia....................................... G. (Lymaenon) kulik   sp. n. (part)

– Ovipositor at most 1.8 × length of mesotibia............................................................... 25

25 (24) Fore wing disc with a large, distinct bare area between marginal vein and cubital row of setae ( Fig. 90 View FIGURES 88 – 90 ).......................................................................................... G. (Lymaenon) bicoloriventris Zeya  

– Fore wing disc without such bare area, sparsely to densely setose between marginal vein and cubital row of setae........ 26

26 (25) F 8 with 4 mps, clava with 9 mps..................................................... G. (Lymaenon) ucri   sp. n.

– F 8 with 2 mps, clava with 8 mps........................................................................ 27

27 (26) Mps present at least on F 5 –F 8 .......................................................................... 28

– Mps present at most on F 6 –F 8 (usually only on F 7 and F 8)............................... G. (Lymaenon) kazak   sp. n.

28 (27) Ovipositor at most 1.3 × length of mesotibia....................................... G. (Lymaenon) africanus Soyka  

– Ovipositor at least 1.7 × length of mesotibia............................................................... 29

29 (28) F 4 with 1 or 2 mps; fore wing 3.2 × as long as wide................................ G. (Lymaenon) berezovskiyi   sp. n.

– F 4 without mps; fore wing at most 2.9 × as long as wide............................. G. (Lymaenon) beshbarmak   sp. n.