Trigonalys melanoleuca

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Hymenoptera
Familia: Trigonalidae
Genus: Trigonalys

Name

Trigonalys melanoleuca WestwoodWikispecies linkPensoft Profile

  • Trigonalys melanoleucaWestwood 1835[1]:53. Lectotype ♀, designated by Carmean and Kimsey (1998)[2], Brazil (BMNH, not examined)

Diagnosis

Black with whitish marks; mesopleuron with large white mark placed just ventrad to scrobal sulcus; legs with extensive white marks; propodeum and metasoma with extensive whitish or yellow marks. Fore wing distinctly infuscated, much darker centrally and antero-apically; metasomal armature absent, posterior margin of tergum I rounded (Fig. 2); propodeum uniformly punctate; propodeal foramen shaped as an inverted U.

Material examined

13 ♀♀, 28 ♂♂. BRAZIL, Bahia, Malaise trap, JCardoso & JMaia. 1 ♀, Barra do Rocha, Fazenda Iacina, Pt. 1, 19.XI.2002. 3 ♂♂, Buerarema, Fazenda Boa Sorte, Pt. 3, 29.XI.2002; 1 ♂, same data except Pt. 4; 4 ♂♂, same data except Pt. 5; 3 ♂♂, same data except Pt. 6; 1 ♂, same data except Pt. 7. 1 ♂ from Ilhéus, CEPLAC/ESOMI, Borda, Pt. 2, 8.VIII.2001. 1 ♀, Ipiaú, Fazenda Afegan, Pt. 2, 21.XI.2002. 1 ♂, Itacaré, Fazenda Muchirão, Pt. 1, 22.XI.2002; 1 ♀, same data except Pt. 7, 9.IV.2003. 1 ♀, Itororó, Fazenda Bela Vista, Pt. 8, 15.XII.2003 (UFES). 1 ♂, Ubaitaba, Fazenda Casa de Pedra, Pt. 1, 9.IV.2003; 1 ♂, same data except Pt. 3; 1 ♀, same data except Pt. 4, 13.XII.2003; 1 ♀, same data except Pt. 5, 16.VIII.2002; 1 ♂, same data except 9.IV.2003; 1 ♀ 1 ♂, same data except Fazenda Fortaleza, pt. 1, 16.VIII.2002; 1 ♂, same data except Pt. 3; 1 ♂, same data except Pt. 4, 20.XI.2002; 2 ♂♂, same data except XII.2003; 1 ♀ 6 ♂♂, same data except Pt. 5, 20.XI.2002; 1 ♂, same data except 15.VI.2003; 1 ♀, same data except Pt. 6; 1 ♂, same data except 13.XII.2003; 1 ♀, same data except Pt. 8, 9.IV.2003. 1 ♂, Uruçuca, Fazenda Bom Jardim, 12.IV.2003; 1 ♀, same data except Pt. 2, 23.XI.2002; 1 ♂, same data except 9.XII.2003 (CEPLAC); 1 ♀, same data except Pt. 4, 23.XI.2002; 1 ♀, same data except Pt. 8 (UFES).

Comments

Trigonalysmelanoleuca was one of the first trigonalid species to be described. It may be the most commonly collected species of the family in the Neotropics. In spite of that, its hosts are still unknown. The examined specimens exhibit substantial intraspecific variation, particularly the wing venation. This high variation, however, seems to be the rule for Trigonalidae as a whole (Carmean and Kimsey 1998[2]).

Taxon Treatment

  • Santos, B; Aguiar, A; Tedesco, A; 2012: Trigonalidae (Hymenoptera) from cacao agroforestry systems in northeastern Brazil, with two new species of Trigonalys Westwood Journal of Hymenoptera Research, 25: 19-34. doi

Other References

  1. Westwood J (1835) Characters of new genera and species of hymenopterous insects. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 3: 51-54.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Carmean D, Kimsey L (1998) Phylogenetic revision of the parasitoid wasp family Trigonalidae. Systematic Entomology 23: 35-76. doi: 10.1046/j.1365-3113.1998.00042.x

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