Cremnoptoides yui

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Hymenoptera
Familia: Braconidae
Genus: Cremnoptoides

Name

Cremnoptoides yui Sharkey sp. n.Wikispecies linkZooBank linkPensoft Profile

Diagnosis

This is the only species of Cremnoptoides that is not almost entirely black. The other two species, Cremnoptoides furcatus and Cremnoptoides pappi, do not have the extensive yellow coloration present in Cremnoptoides yui. For descriptions of the other two species see van Achterberg and Chen (2004)[1].

Description

Holotype female.
Length. 7.0 mm.
Head. Antenna with 40 flagellomeres; head slightly elongate; frons with sharp lateral carinae extending to lateral ocelli.
Mesosoma. Sternaulus weakly impressed with elongate transverse, shallow carinae extending the length of the mesopleuron; metapleuron aciculate to rugose and moderately setose; propodeum areolate with a spindle-shaped medial cell; propodeum moderately setose except medial cell; hind trochantellus with longitudinal carina, medial and lateral hind claws both with a right-angled or slightly acute basal lobe, hind femur aciculate; mid tibia with one peg; hind tibia with 3 pegs; last abscissa of RS of fore wing sinuate.
Metasoma. Metasomal tergum 1 with a smooth transverse groove; border between tergum 2 and 3 marked by a smooth transverse groove; ovipositor slightly shorter than body length.
Male. Essentially as in the holotype.

Variation

The holotype is representative of darker specimens. Other specimens may have more extensive yellow color on the metasomal tergites and the flagellum may be pale brown, almost dark yellow.

Distribution

Known only from the above localities in Thailand. Distribution map can be found at http://purl.org/thaimaps/yui.

Etymology

Named in honor of Dr. Dicky Yu, for his immense contributions to hymenopterology.

Material examined

Holotypefemale: H039, Thailand, Phitsanulok, Thung Salaeng Luang NP, Mixed deciduous forest (Gang Sopa waterfall), Malaise trap, 4–12.xi.2006, Pongpitak Pranee, [QSBG].
Paratypes: Thailand: 1♀, H1182, Chiang Mai, Pa Huay Tong Moo 8 Tambon Bo Luang, 1–20.ix.1997, S. Sonthichai, [HIC]; 2♀♀, H1183 & H1184, Loei, Phu Kradueng NP, Huay Lao Kao, Malaise trap, 9–16.viii.2006, Sutin Khonglasae, [HIC, QSBG]; 2♀♀, H632 & H644, Phetchabun, Nam Nao NP, Check point, Malaise trap, 5–12.v.2007, Noopean Hongyothi, [HIC]; 1♀, H681, Suphanburi, Pu Toei NP, Phu Toei hill top/road, Malaise trap,1–8.viii.2008, Saunbua. L. , [QSBG]; 1♀, H1185, Ubon Ratchathani, Pha Taem NP, Don Huay Can, Malaise trap, 9–15.vi.2007, Tongcam & Banlu, [QSBG]; 1♀, H1181, Ubon Ratchathani, Pha Taem NP, Huay Sa Nhom plateau, Malaise trap, 11–18.xi.2006, Sorawit and Thongdee, [QSBG]; 1♂, H1186, Ubon Ratchathani, Pha Taem NP, Kua nang nee, Malaise trap, 25.viii-2.ix.2006, Bunlu Subsiri, [HIC]; 1♀, H766, Ubon Ratchathani, Pha Taem NP, Phu Krajeaw foothill, Malaise trap, 9–15.vi.2007, Tongcam & Banlu, [HIC]; 1♀, H001, Chaiyaphum Tat Tone NP, Malaise Trap, 12–19.x.2006, Tawit Jaruphan, [HIC].

Key to Thai Species of Disophrys

Original Description

Other References

  1. van Achterberg C, Chen X (2004) Six new genera of Braconidae (Hymenoptera) from China. Zoologische Mededelingen Leiden. 78 (2): 77-100.

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