Lytopylus ebulus

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Hymenoptera
Familia: Braconidae
Genus: Lytopylus

Name

Lytopylus ebulus (Nixon) stat. n.Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

Diagnosis

The orange pro- and mesothorax combined with milky white mid and hind basitarsomeres distinguish this species.

Notes

Here we synonymize Agathis burmensis Bhat and Gupta (1997). It differs from the holotype of Lytopylus ebulus only in minor color variation and the degree of sculpture on metasomal tergum three, which is somewhat reduced in Agathis burmensis.

Distribution

Examined specimens are from India, Taiwan, Burma, and Thailand. The pale specimen figured in van Achterberg and Long (2010, Fig. 217) identified as Lytopylus romani appears to be a representative of this species. Distribution map of the Thai specimens which are deposited in QSBG can be found on http://purl.org/thaimaps/ebulus.

Taxon Treatment

Other References

  1. Nixon G (1950) New Indian Braconidae bred from lepidopterous defoliators (Hymenoptera). Annals and Magazine of Natural History (12)3: 453–474.
  2. Sharkey M (1998) Agathidinae. (in Russian with English translation) In: Ler, P.A. ‘Key to the insects of Russian Far East. Vol. 4. Neuropteroidea, Mecoptera, Hymenoptera. Pt 3.’, 520–531.

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