EURYTOMIDAE sp.? [Portugal] [Fam. sug. by Marc]

EURYTOMIDAE sp.? [Portugal] [Fam. sug. by Marc]

Postby CarlosMMSilva on 07 Feb 2017, 01:08

At home, Maia, Portugal, on (wild) Malus sp. (I supose) leaf; at 23/abr/2014; Thanks
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PTEROMALIDAE sp.?
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Re: PTEROMALIDAE sp.? [Portugal]

Postby CarlosMMSilva on 08 Feb 2017, 01:29

Sorry ..the family is a wrong one ..i suppose!
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Re: PTEROMALIDAE sp.? [Portugal]

Postby Marc T on 08 Feb 2017, 05:06

Hi Carlos,

for me it looks rather like a male Eurytomidae!?

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Re: PTEROMALIDAE sp.? [Portugal]

Postby CarlosMMSilva on 08 Feb 2017, 22:48

Hi, Thanks for the sugestion.
I didn't even knew taht family.
I don't no; In Portugal / Naturdata just one genus registered, Tetramesa.
Thank you again.
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Re: PTEROMALIDAE sp.? [Portugal]

Postby Marc T on 09 Feb 2017, 17:25

Hi Carlos,

Eurytoma spp. and Tetramesa spp. are quite common & widespread, so it wouldn't be a surprise for me, if you'd find them in Portugal. As one colleague posted, the fauna is quite poorly known for Portugal!?

Maybe you'll search the "Chalcidoidea and others"-forum for Eurytomidae/Eurytoma/Tetramesa, you should find some posts on them on hymis.de. There you'll get an impression, how these beasts look like.

BR,

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Re: PTEROMALIDAE sp.? [Portugal]

Postby CarlosMMSilva on 10 Feb 2017, 02:08

Hi Marc; i'll look for the group you said.
And I'll change the title for that family.
In fact, it is true about the most unknown fauna in Portugal. These last 5-10 years had been, i imagine, the begining of closing of that gap. (I suppose the one who said that could be Rui Andrade or Jorge Almeida, who i met 3 years ago, and those two are in fact some of the few who have been doing that search, collection and identification).
Thanks Marc
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