Dyscritobaeus parvipennis (Dodd),

Tortorici, Francesco, Caleca, Virgilio, Noort, Simon Van & Masner, Lubomir, 2016, Revision of Afrotropical Dyscritobaeus Perkins, 1910 (Hymenoptera: Scelionidae), Zootaxa 4178 (1), pp. 1-59: 50-53

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Dyscritobaeus parvipennis (Dodd)
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Dyscritobaeus parvipennis (Dodd) 

(Figs 14, 25, 35, 36, 37, 40a, 40b, 40d, 41e, 41f, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104)

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Hadronotus parvipennis: Dodd (1913)  , p. 172, original description.

Hadronotus aquaticus: Dodd (1913)  , p. 173, original description.

Hadronotus parvipennis: Dodd (1915)  , p. 19, keyed.

Hadronotus aquaticus: Dodd (1915)  , p. 19, keyed.

Mirotelenomus parvipennis: Dodd (1926)  , p. 313, generic transfer.

Mirotelenomus aquaticus: Dodd (1926)  , p. 313, generic transfer.

Hadronotus parvipennis: Kieffer (1926)  , p. 455, 469, description keyed. Hadronotus aquaticus: Kieffer (1926)  , p. 455, 469, description keyed.

Mirotelenomus parvipennis: Galloway (1976)  , p. 97, type information. Mirotelenomus aquaticus: Galloway (1976)  , p. 97, type information.

Mirotelenomus parvipennis: Johnson (1992)  , p. 440, catalogued, type information. Mirotelenomus aquaticus: Johnson (1992)  , p. 440, catalogued, type information. Dyscritobaeus parvipennis: Caleca & Mineo (1995)  , p. 17, generic transfer. Mirotelenomus acquaticus: Caleca & Mineo (1995)  , p. 17, misspelled, synonymization with Dyscritobaeus parvipennis  . Dyscritobaeus maputanus: O’Connor et Ashe (2011)  , p. 344, original description. syn. nov

Diagnosis. Presence of a preoccipital lunula ( Fig. 100View FIGURES 99 – 104) distinguishes this species from D. comitans  and other species without a preoccipital lunula. A metascutellum that is visible in dorsal view, wide with posterior margins parallel to mesoscutellar margins, a small metanotal spine ( Fig. 99View FIGURES 99 – 104), and a T2 without specillum in female (Fig. 14) distinguish this species from other species of comitans- group and orientalis- group. Metapleural carina with one posterior pointed projection ( Fig. 87View FIGURES 87 – 90) distinguishes this species from D. sulawensis  , D. comitans  and D. madagascarensis Tortorici et Caleca  sp. nov.; this character is shared with D. bicolor  , D. flavus  sp. nov, D. kilimanjarensis Tortorici et Caleca  sp. nov., D. tanzaniensis Tortorici et Caleca  sp. nov. and D. ndokii Tortorici et Caleca  sp. nov. Absence of a central keel (Figs 25, 104) and a developed odontoid process ( Figs 102, 103View FIGURES 99 – 104) distinguishes this species from D. bicolor  . The odontoid process forms an angle of about 45° with ventral margin of lower tooth, dorsal and lower teeth of same length in female ( Fig. 102View FIGURES 99 – 104) and brown color of the head distinguishes D. parvipennis  from D. flavus  . postmrginalis not developed. Fore wing shape, angle between st and hypothetical pm (= anterior border of fore wing) 28°–30°.

In males, A 2 is as long as A 3. This character state distinguishes this species from D. flavus Tortorici et Caleca  sp. nov. A smooth mesepimeral sulcus with fan-like striation ( Fig. 101View FIGURES 99 – 104) distinguishes this species from D. sulawensis  which has a crenulate mesepimeral furrow.

Description. We provide the re-description based on an Australian female and an Australian brachypterous male that were in 1989 compared (by one of the authors: V. Caleca) with the female holotype of Hadronotus parvipennis Dodd  and with the holotype of Hadronotus aquaticus Dodd  (both on the same slide); both of these specimens used for the description were collected close to the type locality.

Female. AUSTRALIA: Queensland, Bellenden Ker State Forest nr  . Cable car station, Central Pk., Bellenden alpine rain forest, 17°12'S 145°51'E, 1979/11/20, E.C. Dahms, J.B. Woolley & J. La Salle ( QDPC) (wing on slide, Fig. 40aView FIGURES 40 a – f)];GoogleMaps 

Length of the body: 0.94 mm.

Head. Color brown, mandibles yellow. Coriaceous; head covered by short hairs. Frontal depression with a deep area starting from the interantennal process and not reaching 1/5 the height of eye (Fig. 25). Central keel absent (Fig. 25). Fan-like striation in malar area from oral foramen to eye margin, fan-like striation absent in genal area (Fig. 25). Preoccipital lunula present and sculptured. Head measures width: height: length = 0.35: 0.33: 0.18 mm. Malar sulcus length: 0.09 mm. Eye measures width: heigth = 0.1: 0.15 mm. OOL: LOL: POL = 0.08: 0.08: 0.11 mm. Mandibles bidentate with odontoid process in ventral margin of lower tooth. The lower tooth have the same length of dorsal tooth; odontoid process make an angle with margin of lower tooth of about 45° (Figs 25, 102).

Antenna ( Fig. 41eView FIGURES 41 a – f). Radicle and A1 yellowish; A2–A12 brown, light brown in ventral part. A1 length: 0.18 mm; A2 longer than A3+ A4. Clava six-segmented. Claval sensilla formula 1:2:2:2:1:0.

Mesosoma. In dorsal view, mesoscutum anteriorly brown; mesoscutellum brown with posterior margin yellow; propodeum brown; metascutellum and metanotal spine brown with dark edge ( Figs 99View FIGURES 99 – 104).

In lateral view light brown ( Fig. 101View FIGURES 99 – 104).

In dorsal view mesoscutum and mesoscutellum imbricate ( Fig. 99View FIGURES 99 – 104); in lateral view speculum with furrow; femoral depression smooth with fan-like striation starting by post-ventral angle; mesepimeral sulcus smooth and not well delimitated anteriorly; dorsal and ventral metapleural area with crenulate depression with rugae ( Fig. 101View FIGURES 99 – 104); Metapleural carina with one posterior pointed projection ( Fig. 99View FIGURES 99 – 104). Metascutellum visible in dorsal view, wide with margins parallel to mesoscutellum ones, small metanotal spine ( Fig. 99View FIGURES 99 – 104). Mesosoma length 0.36 mm, width 0.31 mm; mesoscutellum length 0.11 mm, width 0.25 mm.

Wings. Fore wing hyaline, surpassing metasoma; ratio st: pm: mg: sm: ww: lw: af: pf = 1: 0: 0.4 3.2: 2.6: 7.3: 0.4: 1.3; angle st-anterior margin 30° ( Fig. 40aView FIGURES 40 a – f), st= 0.1 mm.

Legs yellow.

Metasoma. In dorsal view metasoma light brown (Figs 14, 99); laterotergites yellowish. On T1 pair of longitudinal submedial carinae, aligned with the metapleural carinae, separating lateral coriaceous area from internal smooth area; in the middle of T1 sculpure striate to coriaceous starting from anterior margin and gradually dissolving in posterior margin ( Fig. 99View FIGURES 99 – 104). T2 not foveolate in anterior margin, very short longitudinal striae, coriaceous as other tergites ( Fig. 99View FIGURES 99 – 104).

Male. Australia: Queensland: Gatton , 27°34'S 152°17'E, 1981/04/28GoogleMaps  – 1981/05/05, yellow pan trap in potato crop # 198, (QDPC).

Length of the body: 0.67 mm

Head. Color darker than in female, sculpture more evident than in female. Head surface hairy. Frontal depression shallower than in female ( Fig. 104View FIGURES 99 – 104); central keel absent as in female; Fan-like striation visible in malar area and not visible in genal area ( Fig. 104View FIGURES 99 – 104). Head measures width: height: length = 0.36: 0.3: 0.16 mm. Malar sulcus length: 0.08 mm. Eye measures width: length = 0.1: 0.15 mm. OOL: LOL: POL = 0.09: 0.06: 0.11 mm. Mandibles as in female but odontoid process shorter ( Fig. 103View FIGURES 99 – 104).

Antenna ( Fig. 41fView FIGURES 41 a – f). Radicles and scape yellow; A2–A12 brown; A1 length: 0.19 mm; A2: A3 ratio= 1.1.

Mesosoma. Color, sculpture as in female. Mesonotum length 0.22 mm, width 0.35 mm; mesoscutellum length 0.12 mm, width 0.26 mm ( Fig. 36View FIGURES 35 – 37).

Wings. Fore wing hyaline, reaching T2; wing ratio st: pm: mg: sm: ww: lw: af: pf = 1: 0: 0.4: 3.4: 1.9: 6.1: 0.3: 0.3; angle st- anterior margin 29° ( Fig. 40dView FIGURES 40 a – f), st= 0.08 mm and it is curved.

Legs as in female.

Metasoma. Color, sculpture as in female ( Fig. 36View FIGURES 35 – 37).

Comment and variability. 132 specimens were examined from Africa , Australia, India, Indonesia, Nepal, New Caledonia, Philippine and Thailand  .

The holotype is on slide as well as the Holotype of Hadronotus aquaticus  . The Holotype of D. maputanus  and slide preparation of the wings are deposited in the collection of MSNG and not in the Insect Collection of Portici Università Federico II, Napoli, Italy ( DEZA) as stated by O’Connor & Ashe (2011).

Female length ranges from 0.79 mm of Tanzania specimens to 1.02 mm of South African specimens. Male length ranges from 0.67 mm of Australian specimens to 1.02 mm of South African specimens.

In males there is a large variability in wings from brachypterous (reaching T2 or slightly surpassing the posterior margin of T2) to macropterous (slightly surpassing the metasoma) ( Figs 35, 36, 37View FIGURES 35 – 37); when the fore wing surpasses the metasoma, the wing ratio is: st: mg: sm: ww: lw: af: pf = 1: 0.4: 2.9: 2.9: 7.4: 0.2: 1.1; angle stanterior margin 28° ( Fig. 40bView FIGURES 40 a – f), st= 0.09 mm.

The head can vary from dark brown to light brown, but it is never black as in D. bicolor  ( Figs 35, 36, 37View FIGURES 35 – 37, 104View FIGURES 99 – 104). Female specimens are sometimes completely brown.

Distribution. This species is recorded from the Oriental, Afrotropical and Australian Regions.

Material examined. Holotype. ♀: AUSTRALIA: Queensland: Ingham, Herbert River , swamp, 21m, 1913/ 01/13  , A.P. Dodd, sweeping grass in a swamp, ( SAMA) [SAMA-I 11133], on slide together with the holotype of Hadronotus aquaticus (Dodd)  [SAMA-I 11134]. 

Homotypes Hadronotus parvipennis Dodd  , compared by V. Caleca, 1989: AUSTRALIA: Queensland: Bellenden Ker State Forest nr  . Cable car station, Central Pk., Bellenden alpine rain forest, alpine rain forest, 17°12'S 145°51'E, 1♀, 1979/11/20, E.C. Dahms, J.B. Woolley & J. La Salle, ( QDPC)GoogleMaps  ; Western Australia: Mining Camp, Mitchell Plateau , 19°49'S 125°50'E, 1♀, 1983/05/09GoogleMaps  – 1983/05/19, I.D. Naumann & J.C. Cardale, Malaise/ ethanol, (ANIC), [ANIC 32- 070475 (wing on slide, in Fig. 40aView FIGURES 40 a – f)].

Homotypes Hadronotus aquaticus Dodd  , compared by V. Caleca, 1989: AUSTRALIA: Queensland: Gatton , potato crop, 27°34'S 152°17'E, 1Ƌ, 1981/04/06GoogleMaps  – 1981/04/13, pitfall trap # 202, (QDPC); Homotype Hadronotus aquaticus Dodd  , compared by V. Caleca, 1989, 1Ƌ, 1981/04/13 – 1981/04/21, yellow pan trap in potato crop # 52, (QDPC); Homotype Hadronotus aquaticus Dodd  , compared by V. Caleca, 1989, 1Ƌ, 1981/04/25 – 1981/05/05, yellow pan trap in potato crop # 198, (QDPC); Homotype Hadronotus aquaticus Dodd  , compared by V. Caleca, 1989, 1Ƌ, 1981/04/28 – 1981/05/05, yellow pan trap in potato crop # 198, (QDPC): Homotype Hadronotus aquaticus Dodd  , compared by V. Caleca, 1989, 1Ƌ, 1981/05/18 – 1981/05/25, yellow pan # 18, ( QDPC); Mt. Cook Nat. Pk. , Cooktown, 15°29'S 145°16'E, 1ƋGoogleMaps  , 1980/10/11 – 1980/10/12, J.C. Cardale, caught in yellow tray, ( ANIC), [ ANIC 32- 070445View Materials]; Mt. Webb Nat. Pk. , 

AUSTRALIA: Nothern Territory: Darwin, Coconut Grove, 1♀, 1972/11/14, T. Angeles, Berlesate ANIC 445View Materials, ( ANIC), [ ANIC 32- 070437View Materials]; Kakadu, N p Ubirr , rainforest  , 1♀, 1993/12/13 – 1993/12/25, S. & J. Peck, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471178View Materials]; Queensland: 14km WbyN Hope Vale Mission , 15°16'S 144°59'EGoogleMaps  , 1♀, 1Ƌ, 1980/10/08 – 1980/10/10, J.C. Cardale, yellow pantrap (ethanediol), ( ANIC), [ ANIC 32- 070438, 32- 070439]; 26km up Tinaroo Ck. Rd. Via Mareeba, 17°04'S 145°30'EGoogleMaps  , 1♀, 1983/09/29 – 1983/11/11, Storey & Brown, ( QDPC); 2kmS Horseshoe Lookout, Blackdown Tableland , 23°46'S 149°06'EGoogleMaps  , 1♀, 1981/04/23 – 1981/04/24, I.D. Naumann, ( ANIC), [ ANIC 32- 070440View Materials]; 3km NE of Mt. Webb , rainforest litter, 15°03'S 145°09'EGoogleMaps  , 1♀, 1980/10/01 – 1980/10/03, T. Weir, Berlesate ANIC 691 Sieved rainforest litter, (ANIC), [ANIC 32- 070441]; 1♀, 1981/04/30 – 1981/05/03, A. Calder & J. Feehan, Berlesate ANIC 722View Materials rain forest litter, ( ANIC), [ ANIC 32- 070442View Materials]  ; Daintree Nat. Park, Cape Tribulation, 16°14.311'S 145°25.945'E, 1Ƌ, 2005/12/18GoogleMaps  2005/12/19, A. R. Deans & M. Buffington, YPT, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471179View Materials (wings on slide, in Fig. 40dView FIGURES 40 a – f)]; Davis Creek N. P. 10km E Mareeba, disturbed dry sclerophyl forest  , 3♀, 1984/02/18, L. Masner, s.s., ( CNCI), [ CNC 471180, 471181, 471182]; Emmett Ck., 10 km NW Giru , 1Ƌ  , 1980/05/11, I.D. Naumann & J.C. Cardale, ( ANIC), [ ANIC 32- 070443View Materials]; Eungella (near school)  , 1♀, 1980/05/09, I.D. Naumann & J.C. Cardale, (ANIC), [ANIC 32- 070444]; Gatton, potato crop, 27°34'S 152°17'E, 1♀, 1981/04/ 0 6, D-vac in potato field # 129, (QDPC); Homotype Hadronotus aquaticus Dodd  , compared by V. Caleca, 1989,; Gatton, D.P.I. Research Stn., 2♀, 1981/03/09 – 1981/03/16, Malaise trap, ( QDPC); Ingham , Herbert River, swamp, 21m, 1Ƌ  , 1913/01/13, A.P. Dodd, sweeping grass in a swamp, ( SAMA) (holotype of Hadronotus aquaticus  , in slde); Julatten, Chacherty Rd. , intercept trap site 12  , 1♀, 1983/02/04 – 1983/02/25, A. Walford-Huggins, intercept trap, ( QDPC); Kuranda , 1000m  , 1♀, 1984/02/21, L. Masner, s.s., ( CNCI), [ CNC 471183View Materials]; Mt. Webb Nat. Pk.   , 1♀, 1981/04/20 – 1981/04/27, I.D. Naumann, caught in yellow tray, ( ANIC), [ ANIC 32- 070446View Materials]; Palm Cove, Malaleuca Resort   , 1♀, 1989/05/12 – 1989/05/14, V. Caleca & G. Buglisi, Yellow pan trap, ( UNIPA); Paluma Dam   , 1♀, 1980/ 05/12 – 1980/05/13, I.D. Naumann & J.C. Cardale, ( ANIC), [ ANIC 32- 070447View Materials]; Peases Lookout , Eungella Nat. Pk.  , 1♀, 1980/05/09, I.D. Naumann & J.C. Cardale, ( ANIC), [ ANIC 32- 070448View Materials]; Shiptons Flat , 15°47'S 145°14'E, 1ƋGoogleMaps  , 1980/10/17 – 1980/10/19, J.C. Cardale, caught in Malaise trap, ( ANIC), [ ANIC 32- 070449View Materials]; Townsville , suburb garden, garden, 1Ƌ  , 1988/05/21 – 1988/05/26, A.D. Austin, pan trap, ( WINC); Windsor Tableland via Mt. Carbine   , 1♀, 1983/12/26 – 1984/01/24, Storey & Halfpapp, MDPI FIT, (QDPC); Western Australia: "Marun" CALM Site 6/4, Prince Frederick Harbour, Closed forest and margins, 15°00'S 126°21'E, 4♀, 2Ƌ, 1988/06/06GoogleMaps  – 1988/06/11, I.D. Naumann, Malaise, trough and pan traps, (ANIC), [ANIC 32- 070450, 32- 070451, 32- 070452, 32- 070453, 32- 0 70454, 32- 070455]; "The Crusher" CALM Site 9/1, 4 km S by W Mining Camp Mitchell Plateau, Closed forest litter, 14°52'S 125°50'E, 1♀, 16Ƌ, 1988/06/02GoogleMaps  1988/06/06, I.D. Naumann, Berlesate ANIC 1080View Materials, ( ANIC), [ ANIC 32- 070456, 32- 070457, 32- 070458, 32- 070459, 32- 070460, 32- 070461, 32- 070462, 32- 070463, 32- 070464, 32- 0 70465, 32- 070466, 32- 070467, 32- 070468, 32- 070469, 32- 070470, 32- 070471, 32- 070472]; Lone Dingo , Mitchell Plateau, 14°35'S 125°45'EGoogleMaps  , 1♀, 1983/05/09 – 1983/05/19, I.D. Naumann & J.C. Cardale, ex pantraps, (ANIC), [ANIC 32- 070473]; 1♀, 1983/05/09 – 1983/05/19, I.D. Naumann & J.C. Cardale, Malaise /ethanol, ( ANIC), [ ANIC 32- 070474View Materials]; AFRICA: Kenya: Kiambu, Kikuyu Escarp., 2000m, 2Ƌ  , 1977/11/03, Mahnert Perret, ( MHNG); Lamu pres the Witu   , 1♀, 1977/10/26, Mahnert Perret, ( MHNG); Nairobi, Nairobi Game Park   , 2♀, 1980/03/28, D. Levin, pan trap, (CNCI), [CNC 471162, 471163]; Mozambique: Maputo, 1♀, 1989/05, Angela, ( MSNG), [USNMENT01223485] (holotype of D. maputanus  )  ; Reunion Is.: St. Denis , 3Ƌ, 1998/10/22  – 1998/10/30, B. Mullens, YPT, (CNCI), [CNC 471159, 471160, 471161]; Somaliya: Uebi-Shebeli: Afgòye, 2♀, 1977/04, F. Bin, Malaise Trap, ( UNIPA)  ; 1♀, 1978/05, F. Bin, Malaise Trap, (UNIPA); 1♀, 1978/06, F. Bin, Malaise Trap, ( UNIPA); South Africa: Karkloof, Leopards Bush Nature Res, 19km 251 NNE Howick , 1350m  , 1♀, 1998/08/29, B. L. Fisher, Winkler Bag, ( SAMC), [SAM-HYM-P0 39156 (antenna on slide, in Figs 41eView FIGURES 41 a – f)]; Kruger Nat. Park, Skukuza , 1Ƌ  , 1985/12/15 – 1985/12/18, M. Sanborne, MT, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471164View Materials]; Kwazulu Natal , 35km N Port Edward, 30°45'S 30°39'E, 450mGoogleMaps  , 1♀, 2009/12/28, J. Halada, YPT, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471165View Materials]; Kwazulu Natal, Pietermaritzburg   , 1♀, 2003/12/24 – 2004/01/14, M. Mostovski, MT, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471166View Materials]; Kwazulu Natal, Pietermaritzburg, Hilton   , 1♀, 2003/11/13 – 2003/11/23, M. Mostovski, MT, (CNCI), [CNC 471167]; Limpopo province, Magde Baskloof, 1♀, 1Ƌ, 2003/12/03, Melika, Mikò, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471168, 471169]; Pretoria   , ARC campus, 1Ƌ, 2003/12/09, Melika, Mikò, YPT, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471170View Materials]; S. A. K.N. P. (Kruger Nat. Park), Satara , 1Ƌ  , 1985/12/16 – 1985/12/18, M. Sanborne, mal., ( CNCI), [ CNC 471171View Materials]; Transvaal , 25km W Pretoria  , 1♀, 1984/11/ 25 – 1984/11/29, H. & A. Howden, MT, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471172View Materials]; Umtamvuna Nature Reserve, Forest - Coastal , 31°03.509'S 30°10.484'E, 160mGoogleMaps  , 3♀, 2000/11/11 – 2000/11/18, S. van Noort, Pitfall Trap, (SAMC), [SAM-HYM- P 031745, P 031746, P049539]; 1♀, 2000/11/14, S. van Noort, Winkler Bag, (SAMC), [SAM-HYM-P 031752]; 1♀, 2000/11/15 – 2000/11/16, S. van Noort, Malaise Trap, (SAMC), [SAM-HYM-P 031756]; 1Ƌ, 2000/11/17, S. van Noort, Sweeping, ( SAMC), [SAM-HYM-P0 31758 (antenna on slide, in Fig. 41fView FIGURES 41 a – f)]; 22°11.504'S 29°16.812'E Northern Prov. Nr. Den Staat, Samaria Farm by Limpopo River, 1750ft., 6♀ Ƌ, 18.xii-1999GoogleMaps  - 31.iii.2000 FIT, TK Philips coll., ( OSUC), [ OSUC 222282, 222293, 222294, 223360, 223361, 223400]; 22°11.50'S 29°16.81'E Northern Prov. Samaria Farm nr Den Staat @ Limpopo RiverGoogleMaps  , 4♀ Ƌ, 18.xii-1999- 31.iii.2000 FIT, TK Philips coll., ( OSUC), [ OSUC 223398, 223399, 223401, 222201]; 25°32.459'S 28°26.762'E Gauteng Prov. Boekenhout Sand FarmGoogleMaps  , 2♀ Ƌ, 22.xii.1999 - 18.i.2000 1240m FIT TKPhilips coll., ( OSUC), [ OSUC 243515, 243516]; 25°40'S 28°00'E Gauteng, Magaliesburg, 5.6 km W of M17 on Hwy 513, Shoeman Farm, MTGoogleMaps  , 2♀ Ƌ, 22.i.2000, TK Philips, ( OSUC), [ OSUC 171591, 171590]; 31°03.509'S 30°10.484'E Kwazulu-Natal, Umtamvuna Nature Res. 160mGoogleMaps  , 1♀ Ƌ, 11-18.xi.2000 S.van Noort KW00-Y35; Yellow pan. Coastal Forest /Pondoland Coastal Plateau Sour Grassland margin, ( OSUC), [ OSUC 243513View Materials]  ; 31°03.509'S 30°10.484'E Kwazulu-Natal, Umtamvuna Nature Res., 160mGoogleMaps  , 2♀ Ƌ, 11-18.xi.2000; S. van Noort, YPT, Coastal Forest /Pondoland Coastal Plateau Sour Grassland margin, KW00- Y23, ( OSUC), [ OSUC 400725, 400727]; Tanzania: Mkomazi Game Reserve, foot of Maji Kununua , Combretum bushveld at base of valley  , 1♀, 2Ƌ, 1996/05/12, H.G. Robertson, Winkler Bag, ( SAMC), [SAM-HYM-P018791]; Mkomazi Game Reserve, forest above Ibaya, Forest edge - Montane , 1Ƌ  , 1996/05/07, H.G. Robertson, Winkler Bag, ( SAMC), [SAM-HYM-P018770]; Mkomazi Game Reserve, Kinondo Mtn , 1Ƌ  , 1996/05/09, H.G. Robertson, Winkler Bag, ( SAMC), [SAM-HYM-P018846]; Mkomazi Game Reserve, valley north west of Ibaya Camp, Woodland in river valley  , 2♀, 3Ƌ, 1995/12/02, H.G. Robertson, Winkler Bag, ( SAMC), [SAM-HYM-P015017]; leaf litter extraction from beneath Ficus sycomorus  , 1♀, 1Ƌ, 1995/12/06, H.G. Robertson, Winkler Bag, ( SAMC), [SAM-HYM-P01 5000, P015001]; Yem en: Ar Rujum , 1Ƌ  , 2000/10/16 – 2000/01/15, A. van Harten, MT, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471173View Materials]  ; Zimbabwe: Harare, Chishawasha, 1Ƌ, 1980/04  , A. Watsham, PT, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471174View Materials]; Salisbury , 1♀, 1Ƌ, 1980/12  , A. Watsham, Yellow Pan Trap, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471192, 471193 (wings on slide, in Fig. 40bView FIGURES 40 a – f)]  ; Zimbabwe (Rhodesia): Harare (Salisbury), Chishawasha , 1♀, 1979/12  , A. Watsham, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471175View Materials]  ; 1♀, 1980/03, A. Watsham, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471176View Materials]; INDIA: Uttarkhand: Garhwal (UP), près de Chamoli à 16 km de Karnaprayag, 900 mm  , 2♀, 1979/10/26, I. Löbl, ( MHNG); INDONESIA  : Ambon Is.: 1♀, 1994/06/12 – 1994/06/22, R. G. Holmberg, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471184View Materials]; Curug   : 1♀, 1980/02/07 – 1980/02/17, H. R. Gillespie, pan trap, (BMNH), [BMNH (E)#971571]; 2♀, 1980/12/20 – 1980/12/30, H. R. Gillespie, pan trap, (BMNH), [BMNH (E)#971572, 394579]; 3Ƌ, 1981/01/04 – 1981/01/11, H. R. Gillespie, pan trap, (BMNH), [BMNH (E)#971573, (E)#971574, 471185]; 2♀, 1981/01/11 – 1981/01/24, H. R. Gillespie, pan trap, (BMNH), [BMNH (E)#971575, (E)#971576]; 1♀, 1981/01/24 – 1981/02/12, H. R. Gillespie, pan trap, (BMNH), [BMNH (E)#971577]; 1Ƌ, 1981/07/14 – 1981/08/21, H. R. Gillespie, pan trap, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471186View Materials]; Java: Curug   , 1♀, 1980/12/30 – 1981/01/04, H. R. Gillespie, PT, (CNCI), [CNC 471187]; Sumatra: Lac Toba, Ile de Samasir, Ambarita, 1Ƌ, 1977/04/20, T. Jaccoud, ( MHNG)  ; NEPAL: Kakani : 2070m  , 2♀, 1983/08/01 – 1983/08/23, H. G. Allen, MT, Malaise Trap, (BMNH), [BMNH (E)#971578, (E)#971579]; NEW CALEDONIA: Noumea: Anse Vata, disturbed low scrub, 1♀, 1Ƌ, 1985/05/01  1985/05/04, A.D. Austin, pan trap, ( WINC)  ; Plateau de Dogny: 1000m, 1♀, 1973/07, P. Cochereau, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471177View Materials]  ; PHILIPPINES: Negros Oriental: Cuernos de Negros, 7km W Valencia , primany forest edge, 9°17'N 123°15'E, 700m, 2♀, 1987/07/25GoogleMaps  1987/07/29, D. C. Darling, E. Mayordo, MT wit pans, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471188, 471189]; THAILAND: Chiang Mai: garden  , 1♀, 1985/01/25 – 1985/03/10, D. Jackson, ( CNCI), [ CNC 471190View Materials]; Pak Chong : 1Ƌ  , 1989/05/14 – 1989/05/15, G. T. Baker, YPT, (CNCI), [CNC 471191].

QDPC

Queensland Primary Industries Insect Collection

MSNG

Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Genova 'Giacomo Doria'

DEZA

Dipartimento di Entomologia e Zoologia Agraria dell'Universita

SAMA

South Australia Museum

ANIC

Australian National Insect Collection

CNCI

Canadian National Collection Insects

CNC

Canadian National Collection of Insects, Arachnids, and Nematodes

WINC

Waite Insect and Nematode Collection

MHNG

Museum d'Histoire Naturelle

SAMC

Iziko Museums of Cape Town

OSUC

Oregon State University

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Scelionidae

Genus

Dyscritobaeus

Loc

Dyscritobaeus parvipennis (Dodd)

Tortorici, Francesco, Caleca, Virgilio, Noort, Simon Van & Masner, Lubomir 2016
2016
Loc

Dyscritobaeus maputanus: O’Connor et Ashe (2011)

O'Connor et Ashe 2011
2011
Loc

Dyscritobaeus parvipennis:

Caleca & Mineo 1995
1995
Loc

Mirotelenomus acquaticus:

Caleca & Mineo 1995
1995
Loc

Mirotelenomus parvipennis:

Johnson 1992
1992
Loc

Mirotelenomus aquaticus:

Johnson 1992
1992
Loc

Mirotelenomus parvipennis:

Galloway 1976
1976
Loc

Mirotelenomus aquaticus:

Galloway 1976
1976
Loc

Mirotelenomus parvipennis:

Dodd 1926
1926
Loc

Mirotelenomus aquaticus:

Dodd 1926
1926
Loc

Hadronotus parvipennis:

Kieffer 1926
1926
Loc

Hadronotus aquaticus:

Kieffer 1926
1926
Loc

Hadronotus parvipennis:

Dodd 1915
1915
Loc

Hadronotus aquaticus:

Dodd 1915
1915
Loc

Hadronotus parvipennis:

Dodd 1913
1913
Loc

Hadronotus aquaticus:

Dodd 1913
1913