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Hoplophaeogenes curticornis Heinrich, 1938 – Wikispecies link – Pensoft Profile
SYNTYPE 1 female: Madagascar, Dieg[o–Suarez], Montagne d’Ambre, 20–26.I.34 leg[. A. Seyrig] (ZMPA).
Head pale yellow with occiput, genae and vertex black, and with face and facial orbits dark brown to black; mesosoma dark red interspersed with black and pale yellow markings; metasoma reddish with tergite 4 and following black; antenna with 23 flagellomeres basally testaceous, medially pale yellow, and apically black; otherwise entirely similar to Hoplophaeogenes amoenus. B 3.8; F 4.3; HdWi 2.0; HfWi 1.2; Ci 2.2; Mi 0.8; IOi 1.1; OOi 0.9; Fli1 2.5; Fli15 0.8; Fli22 0.7; OTi 0. 3. Male: unknown with certainty (cf. Hoplophaeogenes amoenus comments).
Madagascar (Antsiranana province) (Heinrich 1938).
- Rousse, P; van Noort, S; Diller, E; 2013: Revision of the Afrotropical Phaeogenini (Ichneumonidae, Ichneumoninae), with description of a new genus and twelve new species ZooKeys, 354: 1-85. doi
- ↑ Heinrich G (1938) Les Ichneumonides de Madagascar. 3. Ichneumonidae Ichneumoninae. Mémoires de l’Académie Malgache 25: 1-139.