Anisepyris curufini Barbosa & Azevedo

Barbosa, Diego N. & Azevedo, Celso O., 2018, Revision of Anisepyris Kieffer (Hymenoptera, Bethylidae), with description of 135 new species, Zootaxa 4416 (1), pp. 1-258: 118-119

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4416.1.1

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scientific name

Anisepyris curufini Barbosa & Azevedo
status

sp. nov.

Anisepyris curufini Barbosa & Azevedo  , sp. nov.

( Figs 16IView FIGURE 16; 17K; 18B; 18)

Description, female. Body length 6.61 mm. Head with green reflection; mesosoma with green reflection and metapectal-propodeal disc black; wings subhyaline; metasoma castaneous. Head wide. Mandible with five distal teeth, narrow, slightly angled, and with lower tooth longer than others. Median clypeal lobe angulate, short. Frons coriaceous  ; antennal scrobe carinate, but weak. Eye large. Frontal angle of ocellar triangle acute; ocelli large. Vertex straight. Pronotal disc as long as wide, sparsely punctate; transverse pronotal carina complete; posterior margin with posterior pronotal sulcus. Notaulus very narrow. Mesoscutellar disc with mesoscutellar sulcus narrow. Metapectal-propodeal disc long; metapostnotal median carina complete; longitudinal ridges present; metapostnotal-propodeal suture fused with first metapostnotal carina; paraspiracular carina present and inconspicuous; metapleural carina present and conspicuous; metapectal-propodeal disc polished; propodeal declivity polished. Mesopleuron with anterior fovea closed; mesopleural fovea closed; lower fovea closed; posterior fovea absent; mesopleural suture opened. Forewing with stigma developed; Rs&M vein distinguished. Mesotibia not spinose; claws trifid. Metasomal segments densely setose. Genitalia. T9 with anterior arm long and overlapping 2vf; 1vv as long as genitalia body; 2vv as long as 1vv length, abruptly narrowing apicad; 3vv short; 1vf strongly curved forward; 2vf slender and with dorsal lap strongly swollen posteriorly; 1rv strongly curved forward, ventral process large, and posterior process long; 2rv strongly curved forward.

Material examined. Holotype, ♀, BRAZIL, Alagoas, Quebrangulo, Res[erva] Biol [ógica] Pedra Talhada , 09°14'54”S 36°25'32"W, 11–14.ix.2002 —[armadilha] Möricke, Penteado-Dias & equipe col[etores] ( UFES 29682View Materials)GoogleMaps  . Paratypes (3). BRAZIL, Amazonas, 1 ♀, Manaus, Base de instrução-2, clareira igarapé, 19–29.i.1998, arm[adilha] suspensa baixa ( INPAAbout INPA)  ; 1 ♀, 65KM Sul de Novo Aripuanã, Estr [ada] para Apui, Igarapé da Onça , 18–25.viii.1999, arm[adilha] suspensa, F.F. Vidal & A.L. Henriques [coletores] ( INPAAbout INPA)  ; Rio Grande do Sul, 1 ♀, Arroio Grande , 101m, 32°13'22"S 53°11'57"W, 30.i.2004, arm[adilha] Malaise, R.F. Krüger col[etor] ( UFES 30250View Materials)GoogleMaps  .

Distribution. Brazil: Amazonas, Alagoas, Rio Grande do Sul.

Remarks. This new species differs from A. rufosignatus  by having the body with green reflections; the antennal scrobe ecarinate; the clypeus short, and with the clypeal carina angled; the frontal angle of the ocellar triangle forming a right angle; the vertex straight; the pronotal disc without a posterior pronotal sulcus; the mesoscutelar sulcus narrow; the metapostnotal-propodeal suture fused with the first metapostnotal carinae; the paraspiracular carina present and inconspicuous; and the mesopleuron with the lower fovea closed and not divided, whereas A. rufosignatus  has the body black; the antennal scrobe carinate; the clypeus long, and with the clypeal carina arched; the frontal angle of the ocellar triangle obtuse; the vertex convex; the pronotal disc with a posterior pronotal sulcus; the mesoscutelar sulcus wide; the metapostnotal-propodeal suture convergent to the first pair of metapostnotal carinae; the paraspiracular carina present and conspicuous; and the mesopleuron with the lower fovea closed and divided.

INPA

Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia