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: 118-119

publication ID

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

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:DF42B735-9A47-48D5-B382-F6A980563914

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5099137

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/DC2687A4-E549-FFD2-68CC-08EC18805B22

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scientific name

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

1 Ovipositor markedly exserted beyond apex of gaster ( Figs 286 View FIGURES 285 – 287 , 289 View FIGURES 288, 289 , 295 View FIGURES 293 – 295 ).......... G. (Cosmocomoidea) oxypygus Foerster  

– Ovipositor not or slightly exserted beyond apex of gaster...................................................... 2

2 (1) Fore wing relatively narrow, at least about 4.1 × as long as wide ( Fig. 307 View FIGURES 307, 308 )......... G. (Cosmocomoidea) rogersi Matthews  

– Fore wing relatively broad, at most 3.5 × as long as wide...................................................... 3

3 (2) Fore wing disc mostly setose behind stigmal vein and apex of marginal vein ( Fig. 321 View FIGURES 320, 321 ).............................................................................................. G. (Cosmocomoidea) woohoo Triapitsyn   sp. n.

– Fore wing disc at most with a few setae behind apex of marginal vein and stigmal vein.............................. 4

4 (3) F 2 with at least 1 mps on both antennae................................................................... 5

– F 2 normally without mps, but at most with 1 mps on only one antenna........................................... 6

5 (4) Antennal funicle segments relatively longer and narrower ( Fig. 261 View FIGURES 261 – 263 ); fore wing at least 3.0× as long as wide......................................................................... G. ( Cosmocomoidea   )? kodaianus (Mani & Saraswat)  

– Antennal funicle segments relatively shorter and broader ( Fig. 257 View FIGURES 257 – 259 ); fore wing at most 2.7 × as long as wide............................................................................. G. (Cosmocomoidea) kikimora Triapitsyn   sp. n.

6 (4) Ovipositor occupying entire length of gaster ( Figs 312 View FIGURE 312 , 314 View FIGURES 313 – 315 ), often projecting forward beneath petiole, at least 2.0× as long as mesotibia........................................................ G. (Cosmocomoidea) tremulae (Bakkendorf)  

– Ovipositor occupying less than entire length of gaster, not projecting forward beneath petiole, at most 1.9 × as long as mesotibia (usually significantly less)...................................................................... 7

7 (6) Propodeum with submedian carinae complete (extending to anterior margin of propodeum), curving anteriorly and posteriorly ( Figs 265 View FIGURES 264 – 267 , 269 View FIGURES 268 – 270 )........................................................ G. (Cosmocomoidea) latipennis Girault  

– Propodeum with submedian carinae of different shape, either complete or incomplete............................... 8

8 (7) Mps (1 or 2) present on F 3 –F 8 on both antennae.......................... G. (Cosmocomoidea) crassicornis (Viggiani)  

– Mps absent on at least one funicle segment among F 3 –F 8 ....................... G. (Cosmocomoidea) ater Foerster   s. l.