Camptothlipsis sheilae

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Hymenoptera
Familia: Braconidae
Genus: Camptothlipsis

Name

Camptothlipsis sheilae Sharkey sp. n.Wikispecies linkZooBank linkPensoft Profile

Diagnosis

Very similar to its sister species, Camptothlipsis annemariae. Similarities include median tergite 2 weakly granulate; pronotum mostly smooth posterodorsally (in the lateral corner) and 28S sequence data that differ at 3 sites (Fig. 2). Camptothlipsis sheilae differs as follows: pronotum yellowish orange in posterolateral corner, ovipositor about as long as body.

Description

Holotype female.
Body length. 3.4 mm.
Head. Third labial palpomere not visible under a light microscope at 80x (uncertain if a small palpomere remains) OOL 0.15; POD 0.06; IOL 0.10; 26 flagellomeres.
Mesosoma. Pronotum mostly smooth posterodorsally (in the lateral corner); sternaulus well impressed and distinctly crenulate for ¾ mesopleuron length; propodeum evenly areolate rugulose with small areolae; mid leg with 4 spines; hind leg with 7 spines.
Metasoma. First metasomal median tergite (T1) 1.3 times longer than wide apically and distinctly granulate; T2 weakly granulate, remaining median tergites smooth.
Color. Head orange with black in ocellar triangle. Most of mesosoma black; posterolateral corner of pronotum yellowish orange. Median tergites melanic except median tergite 2 yellowish white.
Male. Unknown.

GenBank accession

H664: #HQ667954

Distribution

Known only from the type specimen in Thailand. Distribution map can be found on http://purl.org/thaimaps/sheilae.

Etymology

Named in honor of the first author’s sister, Sheila.

Material examined

Holotype female: H664, Thailand, Kanchanaburi, Khuean Srinagarindra NP, Tha Thung-na/Chong Kraborg, 14.5°N, 98.884°E, 210m, MT, 9–16.iv.2009 Boonnam & Phumarin [QSBG].

Coccygidium. Key to Thai species of Coccygidium

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