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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Hymenoptera
Familia: Stephanidae

Name

Leach 1815Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

Diagnosis

Body slender and richly sculptured; head with five “coronal teeth” around front ocellus; somewhat subspherical; flagellum with 23–40 flagellomeres; clypeus small and protruding; labrum strongly protruding; frons and temple often with ivory streaks in some genera; pronotum modified; posterior pronotum partly covering mesoscutum anteriorly; hind leg highly modified, hind coxa often transversely costate or striate; basal half of hind tibia more or less compressed; inner side of hind tibia usually with a submedial impression; hind femur more or less swollen and dentate, usually with 2 or 3 large teeth and several small ones ventrally; first metasomal tergite more or less elongate and cylindrical; females possessing a triangular or reversed U/V-shaped pygidial impression; ovipositor sheath very long and often with ivory or whitish subapical band in some genera (van Achterberg 2002[15]; Aguiar 2006[27]).

Distribution

Cosmopolitan, but mainly restricted to tropical and subtropical areas (van Achterberg 2002[15]).

Notes

The name is derived from the Greek word “Stephanos”, meaning “corona” or “crown”, in reference to the five corona-like tubercles around the anterior ocellus.
Before this study, 345 extant species in 13 genera in the family Stephanidae were known worldwide (van Achterberg and Yang 2004[21]; van Achterberg and Quicke 2006[28]; Aguiar 2004[9], 2006[27]; Aguiar and Jennings 2005[29], 2010[30]; Aguiar et al. 2010[30]; Hong et al. 2010[22]; Hong and Xu 2011[31]), of which 20 species in 5 genera were known from China (Aguiar 2004[9]; van Achterberg and Yang 2004[21]; Hong et al. 2010[22]; Hong and Xu 2011[31]). In this paper, 6 new species are described and 9 species synonymized; altogether 21 species of Stephanidae are reported from 12 provinces or regions in China. A key to genera of Stephanidae from China and adjacent regions is as follows:

Key to genera of Stephanidae possibly occurring in China and adjacent regions

(modified after van Achterberg 2002[15])


Taxon Treatment

  • Hong, C; van Achterberg, C; Xu, Z; 2011: A revision of the Chinese Stephanidae (Hymenoptera, Stephanoidea) ZooKeys, 110: 1-108. doi

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Hong C, Xu Z (2011) A newly recorded genus and species of Family Stephanidae (Hymenoptera, Stephanoidea) from China. Entomotaxonomia 33 (1):71-73.