Diapriidae...

Diapriidae...

Postby MathiasH on 21 Feb 2017, 19:18

Found in Denmark today. Is it possible to ID the species?

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Re: Diapriidae...

Postby proctos on 22 Feb 2017, 00:12

Paramesius elongatus, female (DIapriinae)
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Re: Diapriidae...

Postby MathiasH on 22 Feb 2017, 01:13

Thank you very much for your help, Victor! Can't find this species on the list of danish Paramesius. Is P. elongatus a synonym to P. rufipes?

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Re: Diapriidae...

Postby proctos on 22 Feb 2017, 03:01

All current information on synonyms of Paramesius contained in the article by Jan Maсek

Macek J. (2001):
Taxonomic notes on Central European species of Paramesius Westwood (Hymenoptera, Diapriida)
Journal of the National Museum (Prague), Natural History Series 170 (1-4): 19-26.

Key to Central European species
Females
1) Pronotum above, at base of declivity, clothed with adpressed hairs; pterygopolymorphic
species with micropterous to macropterous specimens ................................................. 2
- Pronotum above, at base of declivity, bare or at most with a few long hairs; only macropterous
species ...... .......................................................................................................... 3
2(1) Micropterous or brachypterous; the tergite posterior to syntergite with very fine, dense
punctation; petiole ventrally with dense woolly pubescence .......................................... .
................................................................................................ brachypterus THOMSON
- Macropterous, if wings shortened, then the second gastral tergite smooth, shining, at
most with finest trace of punctation; petiole ventrally with thinner pubescence, therefore
its ventral margin, in profile, clearly visible ................................... rufipes WESTWOOD
3(2) F 10 quadrate (Fig.2); petiole at most one and half as long as wide; mostly at least apical
6 segments of antenna darkened, rest of antenna without striking colour contrast; notaulices
variably developed, complete to becoming obliterated in anterior half .................... .
...................................................................................................... elongatus THOMSON
- Preapical segments of antennae transverse (Fig. 1); petiole at least twice as long as wide;
at most 4 apical segments of antenna darkened, rest of antenna bright reddish - yellow;
notaulices always complete and distinct ..... ....................... .................... ........................ 4
4(3) Apical tergite of pygidium short (Fig.4) ...................................... crassicomis KIEFFER
- Apical tergite of pygidium long (Fig.3) ............................................... dolosus KIEFFER

1. Paramesius rufipes WESTWOOD, 1832
Paramesius rufipes WESTWOOD, 1832: 129.
Diapria nervosa NEES, 1834: 335. Syn. nov.
Chlidonia nervosa HERRICH-SCHAFFER., 1838: Heft 157, table 24, figure 1.
Diapria (Paramesius) nervosa HALIDAY, 1857: 171
Paramesius tenuicornis TIlOMSON, 1859: 371.
Paramesius unifoveatus K1EFFER, 1911: 770. Syn. nov.
Paramesius macrocerus K1EFFER., 1911: 766. Syn. nov.
Paramesius nervosus: KIEFFER., 1911: 771.
Paramesius belytoides MARSHALL, 1867: 223. Syn. nov.
Paramesius brevipennis K1EFFER., 1911: 761. Syn. nov.
Paramesius westwoodi FERGUSSON, 1977: 243. Syn. nov.

5. 5. Paramesius elongatus THOMSON, 1859
Syn.: Teleas rufipes FONSCOLOMBE, 1832. Syn. nov.
Paramesius elongatus THOMSON, 1859: 371.
Paramesius tenuicornis THOMSON, 1859. Syn. nov.
Paramesius claviscapus THOMSON, 1859. Syn. nov.
Paramesius inermis KIEFFER, 1910. Syn. nov.
Paramesius inchoatus KIEFFER, 1911. Synynonymized by Nixon (1980).
Paramesius nigricornis KIEFFER, 1911. Synonymized by Nixon (1980).
Paramesius subinermis KIEFFER, 1911. Synonymized by Nixon (1980).
Paramesius subspinosus KIEFFER, 1911. Syn. nov.
Paramesius bifoveatus KIEFFER, 1911. Syn. nov.
Paramesius dolichocerus KIEFFER, 1911. Syn. nov.
Paramesius longicornis KIEFFER, 1911. Synonymized by Tomsik (1948).
Paramesius rufipes: DESSART, 1966:2.
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Re: Diapriidae...

Postby MathiasH on 22 Feb 2017, 15:48

Thanks again, Victor!! It seems that the danish list isn't updated. The author of the Paramesius rufipes mentioned on the danish list is Fonscolombe (1832), which according to the article should mean that the valid name of this is elongatus. Then the species is known from Denmark.

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