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Chauvinia nitida (Heinrich, 1938) – Wikispecies link – Pensoft Profile
- Chauviniella nitida Heinrich, 1938: 125
SYNTYPES 1 female: Madagaskar, Rogez, 600 m, I–II.1931 leg. A. Seyrig (ZMPA); 1 male: same label data except for: V–VI.1931 (ZMPA).
Female: head more or less extensively yellowish–orange ventrally, remainder of head pale yellow with vertex and occiput black; remainder of body uniformly yellowish–orange, apex of metasoma sometimes infuscate; antenna short with 23 flagellomeres, basally dark testaceous, medially white and apically dark brown; head strongly transverse in frontal view; upper mandibular tooth 3× as long as lower tooth; clypeus nearly 4× wider than high; head and body very faintly sculptured, mostly smooth and polished; propodeal carination moderate; metasoma slightly elongate but shorter than hind leg; tergite 4 and following ventrally overlapping. B 7.8–8.9; A 4.8–5.2; F 4.6–4.9 (holotype: B 8.9; A 5.2; F 4.9); HdWi 1.6; HfWi 1.4; Ci 3.9; Mi 0.5; Di 3.1; IOi 1.1; OOi 0.7; Fli1 3.8; Fli15 0.8; Fli21 0.7; OTi 0.2. Male: head without yellowish–orange ventral coloration; metasoma brown, tergites 2–3 basally yellow, all metasomal tergites apically yellow margined; flagellum entirely dark brown, slenderer; otherwise similar to female. B 6.4; A 5.4; F 3.4.
Madagascar (Toamasina and Toliara provinces) (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.