Dissomphalus Ashmead, 1893

MUGRABI, DANIELE F. & AZEVEDO, CELSO O., 2013, Revision of Thai Dissomphalus Ashmead, 1893 (Hymenoptera, Bethylidae), with description of twenty four new species, Zootaxa 3662 (1), pp. 1-73 : 9

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https://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.3662.1.1

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Dissomphalus Ashmead, 1893
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Genus Dissomphalus Ashmead, 1893

Dissomphalus Ashmead 1893: 41–42 . Type-species: Dissomphalus xanthopus Ashmead , by original designation.

Ecitopria Wasmann 1899: 55–56 , 127. Type-species: Ecitopria crassicornis Wasmann , by monotypy.

Psilobethylus Kieffer in Kieffer & Marshall 1906: 461–462. Type-species: Psilobethylus luteus Kieffer , by monotypy. Thaumatepyris Kieffer 1910: 47 . Type-species: Thaumatepyris punctatus Kieffer , by monotypy.

Glenobethylus Kieffer 1910: 50 . Type-species: Glenobethylus montanus Kieffer , by monotypy.

Parisobrachium Kieffer 1914: 237 , 424. Type-species: Rhabdepyris ? albipes Kieffer, by monotypy.

Parecitopria Ogloblin 1930: 15 . Type-species: Parecitopria azarai Ogloblin , by monotypy.

Diagnosis. Male. Body robust. Clypeus with apical wholly prominent, its median lobe not well-defined. Metasoma relatively broad and short; second tergite usually with tergal process (spots, depressions, pits, tufts of setae or tubercles). Hypopygium with three conspicuous stalks. Genitalia very wide; paramere simple or bilobate; aedeagus very complex, composed by ventral ramus and dorsal body. Female. Head longer than wide. Eye small, with from 1 to about 25 facets. Mesonotum short, transverse, its posterior margin gently convex at its broad junction with propodeum; anterior margin of propodeum not embracing sides of mesonotum to any appreciable extent. Propodeal disc elongate, more or less parallel-sided. Mesopleuron slightly prominent in dorsal view.

Twenty-nine Dissomphalus species were recognized as belonging to the Thai fauna included, of which five had already been described, namely, D. khaoyaiensis , D. browni , D. chiangmaiensis , D. thaianus , D. wusheanus , and 24 were considered to be new. This is the first record of D. wusheanus from Thailand. Despite D. khaoyaiensis is cited to Thailand, no additional material was found in this work.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Bethylidae

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Dissomphalus Ashmead, 1893

MUGRABI, DANIELE F. & AZEVEDO, CELSO O. 2013
2013
Loc

Parecitopria

Ogloblin, A. A. 1930: 15
1930
Loc

Parisobrachium

Kieffer, J. J. 1914: 237
1914
Loc

Psilobethylus

Kieffer, J. J. 1910: 47
1910
Loc

Glenobethylus

Kieffer, J. J. 1910: 50
1910
Loc

Ecitopria

Wasmann, E. 1899: 56
1899
Loc

Dissomphalus

Ashmead, W. H. 1893: 42
1893