Or T2 ?width at posterior margin usually 3.5 ?(or much less) as

Or T2 ?width at posterior margin usually 3.5 ?(or much less) as long as its medial length; and/or fore wing with vein 2M usually shorter than vein (RS+M)b ……………. 39 39(38) Mesoscutellar disc mostly punctured (as in Figs 114 f, 115 f) ……………….40 ?Mesoscutellar disc mostly smooth, at most with few, scattered punctures near margins, central part GLPG0187 molecular weight smooth (as in Figs 80 f, 81 g, 134 f); if rarely mostly punctured, then posterior 0.2?.3 of anteromesoscutum (especially centrally and along posterior margin) and upper anterior corner of mesopleura orange (as in Figs 80 f, 82 g) ……………………………………………………………………..41 40(39) Ovipositor sheaths clearly as long or longer as metatibia (1.0?.2 ? rarely 0.9 ?; tarsal claws with one basal spine-like seta …………………………………………. …………………………………….erickduartei species-group (in part) [5 species] Ovipositor sheaths clearly shorter than metatibia (0.4 ? (Figs 118 a, c); tarsal ?claws simple ……………… Apanteles flormoralesae Fern dez-Triana, sp. n. 41(39) T1 mostly sculptured, with excavated area centrally with transverse striation inside and polished knob centrally on posterior margin of mediotergite and T1 mostly parallel ided for 0.5?.7 of its length, then narrowing posteriorly so mediotergite anterior width >1.1 ?posterior width (Fig. 134 f), and anteromesoscutum and T1 entirely black; T2 width at posterior margin 5.4 ?its length; metafemur length 3.5 ?its width………………………………………….. …………………………… Apanteles juanhernandezi Fern dez-Triana, sp. n.Jose L. Fernandez-Triana et al. / ZooKeys 383: 1?65 (2014)?42(41)?43(30) ?44(43) ?45(44) ?46(45) ?47(46)?T1 mostly smooth (as in Fig. 90 g), if mostly sculptured, then T1 mostly parallel-sided (as in Fig. 79 g), or anteromesoscutum with posterior 0.2 orange (as in Fig. 80 f) and/or T1 orange to light-brown; T2 width at posterior margin at most 4.0 ?(usually much less) its length; metafemur length at most 3.2 ?its width (usually 3.0 ?or less) …………………………………………………42 T1 almost always black, same color of propodeum (some decoloured specimens may have T1 dark brown); T1 length at most 2.3 ?its width, and mostly strongly sculptured, with longitudinal striation laterally and a central excavated area with transverse striation (Fig. 79 g) …………………………………. …………………………………………………… bernyapui species-group [4 species] T1 orange-yellow, orange or light brown, always lighter than propodeum color (as in Fig. 90 g); T1 length at least 2.5 ?its width (usually much more), with some weak sculpture on posterior 0.2?.5 but mostly looking smooth (Fig. 90 g) …………………………… carlosguadamuzi species-group [6 species] Tegula different in color from humeral complex …………………………………44 Tegula same color as humeral complex ……………………………………………..57 Pterostigma mostly transparent or white, with thin brown borders; and all coxae dark brown to black ………………………………………………………………45 Pterostigma either fully brown, mostly brown (at most with small pale area centrally or anteriorly), or fully white, GLPG0187 biological activity without brown borders; and/or procoxa (sometimes also mesocoxa) yellow-orange to light brown ………………51 T1 at most 1.Or T2 ?width at posterior margin usually 3.5 ?(or much less) as long as its medial length; and/or fore wing with vein 2M usually shorter than vein (RS+M)b ……………. 39 39(38) Mesoscutellar disc mostly punctured (as in Figs 114 f, 115 f) ……………….40 ?Mesoscutellar disc mostly smooth, at most with few, scattered punctures near margins, central part smooth (as in Figs 80 f, 81 g, 134 f); if rarely mostly punctured, then posterior 0.2?.3 of anteromesoscutum (especially centrally and along posterior margin) and upper anterior corner of mesopleura orange (as in Figs 80 f, 82 g) ……………………………………………………………………..41 40(39) Ovipositor sheaths clearly as long or longer as metatibia (1.0?.2 ? rarely 0.9 ?; tarsal claws with one basal spine-like seta …………………………………………. …………………………………….erickduartei species-group (in part) [5 species] Ovipositor sheaths clearly shorter than metatibia (0.4 ? (Figs 118 a, c); tarsal ?claws simple ……………… Apanteles flormoralesae Fern dez-Triana, sp. n. 41(39) T1 mostly sculptured, with excavated area centrally with transverse striation inside and polished knob centrally on posterior margin of mediotergite and T1 mostly parallel ided for 0.5?.7 of its length, then narrowing posteriorly so mediotergite anterior width >1.1 ?posterior width (Fig. 134 f), and anteromesoscutum and T1 entirely black; T2 width at posterior margin 5.4 ?its length; metafemur length 3.5 ?its width………………………………………….. …………………………… Apanteles juanhernandezi Fern dez-Triana, sp. n.Jose L. Fernandez-Triana et al. / ZooKeys 383: 1?65 (2014)?42(41)?43(30) ?44(43) ?45(44) ?46(45) ?47(46)?T1 mostly smooth (as in Fig. 90 g), if mostly sculptured, then T1 mostly parallel-sided (as in Fig. 79 g), or anteromesoscutum with posterior 0.2 orange (as in Fig. 80 f) and/or T1 orange to light-brown; T2 width at posterior margin at most 4.0 ?(usually much less) its length; metafemur length at most 3.2 ?its width (usually 3.0 ?or less) …………………………………………………42 T1 almost always black, same color of propodeum (some decoloured specimens may have T1 dark brown); T1 length at most 2.3 ?its width, and mostly strongly sculptured, with longitudinal striation laterally and a central excavated area with transverse striation (Fig. 79 g) …………………………………. …………………………………………………… bernyapui species-group [4 species] T1 orange-yellow, orange or light brown, always lighter than propodeum color (as in Fig. 90 g); T1 length at least 2.5 ?its width (usually much more), with some weak sculpture on posterior 0.2?.5 but mostly looking smooth (Fig. 90 g) …………………………… carlosguadamuzi species-group [6 species] Tegula different in color from humeral complex …………………………………44 Tegula same color as humeral complex ……………………………………………..57 Pterostigma mostly transparent or white, with thin brown borders; and all coxae dark brown to black ………………………………………………………………45 Pterostigma either fully brown, mostly brown (at most with small pale area centrally or anteriorly), or fully white, without brown borders; and/or procoxa (sometimes also mesocoxa) yellow-orange to light brown ………………51 T1 at most 1.

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