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Tycherus Förster, 1869 – Wikispecies link – Pensoft Profile
- Glyptichneumon Habermehl, 1917; Micropa Schulz, 1906; Micrope Förster, 1869; Proscus Homgren, 1890.
Mandible bidentate; clypeus generally smooth with apical margin thin and finely sculptured; face and clypeus conspicuously short; clypeus clearly separated medially from lower face by a distinct groove; occipital carina meeting hypostomal carina before mandibular base; hind coxa simple or at most witha weak ventral spine; fore wing with areolet closed; hind wing with distal abscissa of Cu1 present; gastrocoelus deep, thyridium large (Perkins 1959, Selfa and Diller 1994).
Species richness and distribution
The genus is represented by about one hundred species in the Palaearctic, Neotropical and Oriental regions. The two species described below are the first species reported from the Afrotropical region.
- 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
- ↑ Perkins J (1959) Hymenoptera. Ichneumonoidea. Ichneumonidae, key to subfamilies and Ichneumoninae–1. Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects 7(2ai): 1–116.
- ↑ Selfa J, Diller E (1994) Illustrated key to the Western Palearctic genera of Phaeogenini. Zeitschrift Für Entomologie 15: 237–252. http://www.landesmuseum.at/pdf_frei_remote/ENT_0015_0237-0251.pdf