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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Hymenoptera
Familia: Platygastridae

Name

Calliscelio AshmeadWikispecies linkPensoft Profile

Description

(based on New World species). Length: 1.27–3.88 mm; body moderately to markedly elongate, robust.
Head. Head shape in dorsal view: transverse. Hyperoccipital carina: absent; present. Occipital carina: present, complete medially; present laterally, broadly interrupted medially; completely absent. Occipital carina sculpture: crenulate; unsculptured. OOL: lateral ocellus nearly contiguous with inner orbits, OOL < 0.5 OD; lateral ocellus contiguous with inner orbit. Upper frons: convex, without frontal shelf. Scrobe shape: frons broadly convex, without distinct scrobe. Frons sculpture: scrobe largely smooth, otherwise granulate or variably punctate. Submedian carina: absent. Orbital carina: absent. Inner orbits: diverging ventrally. IOS/EH: IOS distinctly less than EH; IOS slightly greater than EH. Interantennal process: short, often excavate medially. Central keel: present; absent. Torulus opening: laterally on interantennal process. Lower frons striae: absent. Malar sulcus: present. Compound eye size: of normal proportions, not significantly reduced. Compound eye setation: glabrous; sparsely setose; densely setose. Gena: broad, convex, distinctly produced behind eye. Clypeus shape: narrow, slightly convex medially, lateral corner not produced. Apical margin of clypeus: straight. Anteclypeus: absent. Postclypeus: absent. Labrum: not visible. Mandible shape: moderate. Mandibular teeth: apex with 3, acute, subequal teeth. Arrangement of mandibular teeth: transverse. Number of maxillary palpomeres: 4. Shape of maxillary palpomeres: cylindrical. Number of labial palpomeres: 2.
Antenna. Number of antennomeres in female: 12. Number of antennomeres in male: 12. Insertion of radicle into A1: parallel to longitudinal axis of A1. Shape of A1: more or less cylindrical, not flattened. Length of A3 of female: distinctly longer than A2. Number of clavomeres in female antenna: 6. Claval formula of female antenna: A12–A7/1-2-2-2-2-1. Arrangement of doubled multiporous plate sensilla on female clava: in longitudinal pairs. Tyloid distribution on male antenna: A5 only. Shape of male flagellum: filiform.
Mesosoma. Mesosoma shape in dorsal view: longer than wide. Mesosoma shape in lateral view: longer than high. Medial portion of transverse pronotal carina: weakly indicated laterally; absent. Posterior apex of pronotum in dorsal view: straight, bifid apically to articulate with tegula. Vertical epomial carina: absent. Dorsal epomial carina (lateral portion of transverse pronotal carina of Vilhelmsen et al. 2010[43]): present. Anterior face of pronotum: oblique, visible dorsally, short. Lateral face of pronotum: weakly concave below position of dorsal epomial carina. Netrion: present. Netrion shape: narrow to moderately wide, open ventrally. Anterior portion of mesoscutum: vertical, flexed ventrally to meet pronotum. Mesoscutum shape: semielliptical, excavate at base of wings. Skaphion: absent. Notauli: present, percurrent; present, abbreviated. Parapsidal lines: absent. Admedial lines: absent. Transscutal articulation: well-developed, narrow. Shape of mesoscutellum: quadrate to trapezoidal. Armature of mesoscutellum: absent. Surface of mesoscutellum: convex throughout. Median longitudinal furrow on mesoscutellum: absent. Shape of axillula: small, dorsal margin sinuate. Metascutellum: clearly differentiated. Metascutellar armature: absent. Metascutellar setation: glabrous. Metapostnotum: not defined externally. Extent of metasomal depression of propodeum: percurrent, extending anteriorly to anterior margin of propodeum. Lateral propodeal projection: absent. Mesopleural carina: present, extending at least to sternaulus; absent or strongly abbreviated, present only near mid coxa. Mesal course of acetabular carina: projecting as small spur anteriorly, not separating fore coxae. Mesopleural pit: present. Sternaulus: absent. Posterodorsal corner of mesopleuron: rounded anteriorly.
Legs. Number of mid tibial spurs: 1. Number of hind tibial spurs: 1. Dorsal surface of hind coxa: smooth; transversely rugose. Hind tibia shape: cylindrical, ecarinate. Trochantellus: indicated by transverse sulcus on femur.
Wings. Wing development of female: macropterous. Wing development of male: macropterous. Tubular veins in fore wing: present. Bulla of fore wing R: absent. Extent of marginal venation of fore wing: distinct marginal or postmarginal veins developed. Origin of r-rs in fore wing: arising from marginal vein along costal margin. Development of basal vein (Rs+M) in fore wing: spectral; nebulous, strongly pigmented; absent. Development of R in hind wing: elongate, extending to costal margin.
Metasoma. Number of external terga in female: 6. Number of external sterna in female: 6. Number of external terga in male: 7. Number of external sterna in male: 7. Shape of metasoma: lanceolate. Laterotergites: present, narrow. Laterosternites: present. T1 of female: more or less evenly convex; produced medially into cylindrical or elliptical horn housing ovipositor. Relative size of metasomal segments: T2–T4 largest, subequal in size. Terga with basal crenulae: T2. Sublateral carinae on tergites: absent. Median longitudinal carina on metasomal terga: absent. Shape of female T6: flattened. Shape of posterior margin of male T7: rounded. Anterior margin of S1: not produced anteriorly, concave. Distribution of felt fields: absent. Ovipositor type: Scelio-type (Austin and Field 1997[20]).

Diagnosis

Calliscelio may be distinguished from other genera of the subfamily by the combination of the following characters: eyes glabrous in many species but in some with short hairs or even densely hairy; skaphion never developed; metanotum medially produced into a transverse plate or lamella, neither spinose nor toothed laterally; propodeum usually unarmed, often excavate to contain T1 horn, only in a few species with posterolateral corner acute; T6 in females often elongate, sword-like, depressed dorsoventrally. Calliscelio is most similar to Holoteleia Kieffer and Probaryconus Kieffer in the tribe Calliscelionini and Calotelea in Psilanteridini in body shape and some external characters. The following key is used to separate these genera with the fewest characters possible.

Key to separate Calliscelio, Calotelea, Holoteleia and Probaryconus

New World species of Calliscelio Ashmead

Calliscelio absconditum Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio absum Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio alcoa Chen & Masner, sp. n.
Calliscelio amadoi Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio armila Chen & Masner, sp. n.
Calliscelio bidens Chen & Masner, sp. n.
Calliscelio bisulcatus (Kieffer, 1910)
Calliscelio brachys Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio brevinotaulus Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio brevitas Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio carinigena Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio crater Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio crena Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio eboris Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio elegans (Perkins)
Calotelea tanugatra Narendran
Calliscelio extenuatus Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio flavicauda Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio foveolatus Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio gatineau Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio glaber Chen & Masner, sp. n.
Calliscelio granulatus Chen & Masner, sp. n.
Calliscelio laticinctus Ashmead, 1893
Calliscelio latifrons Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio levis Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio longius Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio magnificus Chen & Masner, sp. n.
Calliscelio migma Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio minutia Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio paraglaber Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio pararemigio Chen & Masner, sp. n.
Calliscelio prolixus Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio punctatifrons Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio remigio Chen & Masner, sp. n.
Calliscelio rubriclavus (Ashmead, 1887), comb. n.
Anteris nigriceps Ashmead, 1893, syn. n.
Caloteleia Marlattii Ashmead, 1893, syn. n.
Caloteleia grenadensis Ashmead, 1896, syn. n.
Macroteleia ruskini Girault, 1920, syn. n.
Calliscelio ruga Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio rugicoxa Chen & Masner, sp. n.
Calliscelio sfina Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio storea Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio suni Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio telum Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio torqueo Chen & Johnson, sp. n.
Calliscelio virga Chen & Johnson, sp. n.

Key to females of Calliscelio of the New World

Key to males

(unknown for Calliscelio amadoi, Calliscelio bidens, Calliscelio brevitas, Calliscelio foveolatus, Calliscelio gatineau, Calliscelio levis, Calliscelio prolixus, Calliscelio rugicoxa, Calliscelio ruga and Calliscelio storea)

Taxon Treatment

  • Chen, H; Masner, L; Johnson, N; 2017: New World species of the genus Calliscelio Ashmead (Hymenoptera, Platygastridae, Scelioninae) ZooKeys, (648): 1-136. doi

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