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- Anhoplocampa fumosa Wei, 1998: 15.
Female (holotype, Fig. 14). Body length 11 mm (excluding antenna, cerci and sheath). Head dark orange, narrow margin of antennal socket, frons and ocellar area, a broad transverse band along posterior margin of head black; antenna entirely black; thorax and abdomen black, middle half of pronotum orange; 2nd abdominal tergite largely pale brown; legs black, fore tibia and tarsus yellow brown, middle tibia and tarsus pale brown. Wings hyaline, apical third of forewing weakly infuscate, veins and pterostigma black brown, anterior breadth of a sharply defined smoky band below pterostigma about as long as pterostigma. Body hairs brown.
Body shiny, without distinct punctures and microsculptures. Clypeus shallowly and roundly emarginated to about 0.25 × length of clypeus; malar space slightly longer than diameter of lateral ocellus; postocellar area 2 × as broad as long, with a shallow middle fovea, posterior half of postocellar area strongly declined; postocellar furrow distinct; lateral furrows shallow but distinct, weakly curved; temple distinctly bulged; frontal basin long and deep, 1.2 × longer than broad, with depth about 0.5 × breadth of basin; frontal walls broad, strongly elevated (Fig. 16); distance between eyes at level of antennal sockets 1.5 × wider than greater diameter of eye. Antenna slender, 1.3 × length of abdomen, not tapering towards apex (Fig. 14). Prepectus, epicnemium and dorsal part of mesepisternum similar to Fig. 3. Claw with inner tooth hardly shorter and distinctly broader than outer tooth (Fig. 15). Forewing: cell 2Rs slightly longer than 1Rs, vein cu-a joining cell 1M at basal 0.4. Cerci and apical sheath in dorsal view as Fig. 17, cerci about 5.5 × as long as broad, middle tooth of sheath acute and much longer than roundish lateral teeth. Lancet with 8 annuli and 9 serrulae, 1st annulus with obscure annular teeth (Fig. 18).
China (Sichuan Province).
1♀, holotype: “China, Sichuan, Baoxing, 2200 m, 27 June, 1983, Xiong Jiang leg.” (CSCS).
- Wei, M; Niu, G; 2011: Review of Anhoplocampa Wei (Hymenoptera, Tenthredinidae), with description of a new species and a new combination ZooKeys, 159: 81-90. doi