A Revision of the Far East Asian Aphidiidae (Hymenoptera) by Peter Stary, Evert I. Schlinger (auth.)

By Peter Stary, Evert I. Schlinger (auth.)

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Basal part of antennae yellow, the rest brown. Thorax yellowishbrown, lower portion yellow. Wings hyaline, venation light brown. Tergite I yellow, following tergites yellow with brown lateral spots; suture between tergites 2 and 3 white. Ovipositor sheaths yellow. 4 mm. Male: Unknown Material Examined: (I~ specimen). Japan: Kyoto, April 12, 1961, ex. , I~ (E. I. SCHLINGER). Note: The mummified aphids are brown. 5 Description - Male: Head rounded, smooth, shiny, sparsely haired, wider than thorax at tegulae.

Propodeum areola ted : upper areola with 4, lower with 2 hairs. 5 times as long as wide, equal to metacarp. Radial abscissa I longer than abscissa 2. Abdomen rounded at apex. Tergite I nearly parallel-sided, more than 3 times as long as wide, rugose-granulate, with short central longitudinal carina and feeble lateral impressions. Coloration: Head blackish-brown, lower part of clypeus and mouthparts yellow. Antennae brown. Thorax blackish-brown, prothorax brownishyellow or only mesoscutum and metanotum dark brown and the rest of thorax yellowish-brown.

Soc. London, 1899: 20-1. SZ:EPLIGETI, 1904, in WYTSMAN, Genera Insectorum, 22:183. SCHMIBDEKNECHT, 1930, Hym. , II. , p. 340. STELFOX, 1941, Proc. R. Irish Acad. 46(B): 128-31. (rev. ). SMITH, C. , 1944, Ohio State Univ. Contr. Zool. Ent. 6:15-16 (rev. ). GRANGER, 1949, Mem. Inst. Sci. Madag. Tananarive 2(A), 1949:411. IVANOVA-KASAS, 1956, Rev. d'Ent. de l'Urss 35 :245-61 (embry. and postembry. development). STARY, 1958, Acta Faun. Ent. Mus. Nat. ). LUZHBTZKI, 1960, Par. tlej Uzbekistana, pp. IIo-II (Centr.

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