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- Stephanus Jurine (in Panzer) 1801: 76, Fig. 13. Type species (by monotypy): Stephanus coronatus Jurine (in Panzer), 1801 (= Ichneumon serrator Fabricius, 1798).
- Stephanus bidentatus van Achterberg and Yang 2004: 104–106.
- Stephanus tridentatus van Achterberg and Yang 2004: 106–109.
Temple without yellowish streak along eye, at most with yellow patch (Figs 381, 392); first subdiscal cell of fore wing comparatively narrow basally, and vein 1-SR differentiated with first discal cell present because of presence of vein 1-SR+M (Figs 376, 387); hind wing with vein M+Cu, but without trace of vein cu-a (Fig. 387); hind femur (Figs 383, 394) distinctly slender and elongate, coarsely striate, ventrally with 2–3 large teeth, rarely with 4 teeth; inner side of hind tibia only with a short narrow oblique groove below a small convexity; hind tarsus of female with five tarsomeres; ovipositor sheath completely blackish (Fig. 386).
Palaearctic and Oriental.
Before this study, 5 species in the genus Stephanus were known worldwide, of which 2 species were known from China. In this paper, these two species of the genus are listed from China. A Key to species of Stephanus from China follows:
Key to species of the genus Stephanus from China
- Hong, C; van Achterberg, C; Xu, Z; 2011: A revision of the Chinese Stephanidae (Hymenoptera, Stephanoidea) ZooKeys, 110: 1-108. doi
- Panzer G (1801) Faunae Insectorum Germanicae initia 7: 76. Nürnberg.
- Achterberg C, Yang Z (2004) New species of the genera Megischus Brulléand Stephanus Jurinefrom China (Hymenoptera: Stephanoidea: Stephanidae), with a key to world species of the genus Stephanus. Zoologische Medelingen Leiden 78 (3):101-117.