……………………..Apanteles andreacalvoae Fern dez-Triana, sp. n. At least pro- and mesocoxae

……………………..Apanteles andreacalvoae Fern dez-Triana, sp. n. At least pro- and mesocoxae (and VarlitinibMedChemExpress Varlitinib usually metacoxa), pro- and mesofemora, and most of metafemur (except for order Cyclosporin A apical 0.2 or less), yellow to orange (Figs 99 a, c, 149 a, c); mesoscutellar disc mostly punctured, or with punctures near margins and centrally smooth (Figs 99 g, 149 f); hypopygium with a median, transparent, semi-desclerotized fold with none or very few (usually 1?) pleats occupying just outermost area of fold ……………………………….22 Flagellomerus 14 1.0 ?as long as wide; scutoscutellar sulcus with 9 impressed pits; tarsal claws with one basal spine-like seta; T1 length 2.3 ?its width; T2 with some sculpture near its posterior margin (Fig. 149 f) ………………………. ………………………………… Apanteles oscarchavesi Fern dez-Triana, sp. n. Flagellomerus 14 at least 1.6 ?as long as wide; scutoscutellar sulcus with 5? impressed pits; tarsal claws simple; T1 length at least 3.2 ?its width; T2 mostly smooth (Fig. 99 g) …………… carloszunigai species-group [2 species] T2 broadly rectangular, its apical width 2.2 ?or less than its median length (as in Figs 38 e, 39 g, 40 f, 105 g, 112 f)……………………………………………24 T2 transverse and relatively narrow, its apical width 2.5 ?or more its median length ………………………………………………………………………………………….Review of Apanteles sensu stricto (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Microgastrinae)…24(23) Ovipositor relatively thick (Fig. 112 c), as thick or thicker than width of median flagellomerus, and with basal width 3.0?.0 ?its apical width posterior to constriction [Hosts: Hesperiidae. Distribution: ACG] ………………………… …………………………………. Apanteles diegotorresi Fern dez-Triana, sp. n. ?Ovipositor relatively thin (as in Fig. 38 a), thinner than width of median flagellomerus, and with basal width <2.0 ?its apical width after constriction [Hosts: Elachistidae. Distribution: ACG] ………………………………………….25 25(24) Ovipositor sheaths more than 1.2 ?as long as metatibia, and usually longer than metasoma (as in Fig. 38 a); fore wing with maximum width of first discal cell at most 1.1 ?its maximum height (usually 1.0 ?or less), second abscissa of vein 1CU slightly curved (as in Figs 38 b, 39 b, 40 b, 41 b, 42 b, 43 b, 44 b, 46 b); T1 less than 3.3 ?as long as its apical width ………………… …………………………………………. alejandromorai species-group [13 species] Ovipositor sheaths less than 1.0 ?as long as metatibia, and much shorter ?than metasoma (Fig. 105 a); fore wing with maximum width of first discal cell 1.3 ?its maximum height, second abscissa of vein 1CU straight (Fig. 105 b); T1 more than 3.4 ?as long as its apical width ………………………………….. ……………………………Apanteles christianzunigai Fern dez-Triana, sp. n. 26(23) Pterostigma relatively broad, its length less than 3.0 ?its width (as in Fig. 104 b), and T2 mostly sculptured with strong longitudinal striation (Figs 102 g, 103 g, 104 g) ……………………………………carpatus species-group [5 species] Pterostigma relatively narrow, its length more than 3.0 ?its width, and T2 ?either smooth or weakly sculptured, without strong longitudinal striation 27 27(26) Ovipositor relatively thick and strong, as thick or thicker than widt………………………Apanteles andreacalvoae Fern dez-Triana, sp. n. At least pro- and mesocoxae (and usually metacoxa), pro- and mesofemora, and most of metafemur (except for apical 0.2 or less), yellow to orange (Figs 99 a, c, 149 a, c); mesoscutellar disc mostly punctured, or with punctures near margins and centrally smooth (Figs 99 g, 149 f); hypopygium with a median, transparent, semi-desclerotized fold with none or very few (usually 1?) pleats occupying just outermost area of fold ……………………………….22 Flagellomerus 14 1.0 ?as long as wide; scutoscutellar sulcus with 9 impressed pits; tarsal claws with one basal spine-like seta; T1 length 2.3 ?its width; T2 with some sculpture near its posterior margin (Fig. 149 f) ………………………. ………………………………… Apanteles oscarchavesi Fern dez-Triana, sp. n. Flagellomerus 14 at least 1.6 ?as long as wide; scutoscutellar sulcus with 5? impressed pits; tarsal claws simple; T1 length at least 3.2 ?its width; T2 mostly smooth (Fig. 99 g) …………… carloszunigai species-group [2 species] T2 broadly rectangular, its apical width 2.2 ?or less than its median length (as in Figs 38 e, 39 g, 40 f, 105 g, 112 f)……………………………………………24 T2 transverse and relatively narrow, its apical width 2.5 ?or more its median length ………………………………………………………………………………………….Review of Apanteles sensu stricto (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Microgastrinae)…24(23) Ovipositor relatively thick (Fig. 112 c), as thick or thicker than width of median flagellomerus, and with basal width 3.0?.0 ?its apical width posterior to constriction [Hosts: Hesperiidae. Distribution: ACG] ………………………… …………………………………. Apanteles diegotorresi Fern dez-Triana, sp. n. ?Ovipositor relatively thin (as in Fig. 38 a), thinner than width of median flagellomerus, and with basal width <2.0 ?its apical width after constriction [Hosts: Elachistidae. Distribution: ACG] ………………………………………….25 25(24) Ovipositor sheaths more than 1.2 ?as long as metatibia, and usually longer than metasoma (as in Fig. 38 a); fore wing with maximum width of first discal cell at most 1.1 ?its maximum height (usually 1.0 ?or less), second abscissa of vein 1CU slightly curved (as in Figs 38 b, 39 b, 40 b, 41 b, 42 b, 43 b, 44 b, 46 b); T1 less than 3.3 ?as long as its apical width ………………… …………………………………………. alejandromorai species-group [13 species] Ovipositor sheaths less than 1.0 ?as long as metatibia, and much shorter ?than metasoma (Fig. 105 a); fore wing with maximum width of first discal cell 1.3 ?its maximum height, second abscissa of vein 1CU straight (Fig. 105 b); T1 more than 3.4 ?as long as its apical width ………………………………….. ……………………………Apanteles christianzunigai Fern dez-Triana, sp. n. 26(23) Pterostigma relatively broad, its length less than 3.0 ?its width (as in Fig. 104 b), and T2 mostly sculptured with strong longitudinal striation (Figs 102 g, 103 g, 104 g) ……………………………………carpatus species-group [5 species] Pterostigma relatively narrow, its length more than 3.0 ?its width, and T2 ?either smooth or weakly sculptured, without strong longitudinal striation 27 27(26) Ovipositor relatively thick and strong, as thick or thicker than widt.

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