Anteon Jurine, 1807,

Olmi, Massimo, Copeland, Robert S. & Noort, Simon Van, 2019, Dryinidae of the Afrotropical region (Hymenoptera, Chrysidoidea), Zootaxa 4630 (1), pp. 1-619: 88-89

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Anteon Jurine, 1807
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5. Genus Anteon Jurine, 1807 

Anteon Jurine 1807: 302  ; R. Perkins 1907: 50; Kieffer 1914b: 140; Berland 1928: 157; Richards 1937: 118; 1939: 245; Benoit 1951a: 301; 1954: 415; J. Perkins 1976: 13; Krombein 1979: 1240; Olmi 1984: 286; 1994: 47; 1995g: 5; 1999: 105; He & Xu 2002: 113; Olmi 2005a: 350; Virla & Olmi 2008: 370; Moya-Raygoza & Olmi 2010: 87; Azevedo et al. 2010: 875; Kim & Lee 2013: 518; Xu et al. 2013: 59; Kim & Lee 2014: 174; Olmi & Virla 2014: 42; Olmi & Xu 2015: 43; Olmi et al. 2016: 53.

Antaeon Haliday 1833: 275  , invalid emend.

Dryinus Latreille  : Walker 1837: 413.

Chelogynus Haliday 1838: 518  (synonymized by Kieffer in Kieffer & Marshall 1905); type species: Chelogynus infectus (Haliday in Walker, 1837)  , designated by Muesebeck & Walkley 1951 (designation of Ch. gaullei  by Kieffer (1914b) invalid, because the type was not an originally included species); R. Perkins 1907: 48; Kieffer 1914b: 172; Berland 1928: 162; Richards 1937: 118; J. Perkins 1976: 18.

Anteon Jurine  : Kieffer in Kieffer & Marshall 1905: 130, partim.

Neochelogynus R. Perkins 1905: 60 (synonymized by R. Perkins 1907); type species: Neochelogynus typicus R. Perkins, 1905  , by original designation.

Prosanteon R. Perkins 1905: 66  (synonymized by R. Perkins 1907); type species: Prosanteon chelogynoides R. Perkins 1905  , by monotypy and original designation.

Paranteon R. Perkins 1905: 67  (synonymized by Olmi 1984); type species: Paranteon myrmecophilus R. Perkins 1905  , by original designation.

Lasianteon Kieffer 1913b: 300  (synonymized by Muesebeck & Walkley 1951); type species: Lasianteon rubrifrons (Kieffer in Kieffer & Marshall 1905)  , designated by Muesebeck & Walkley 1951; Kieffer 1914b: 197.

Xenanteon Kieffer 1913b: 300  (synonymized by Richards 1939); type species: Xenanteon reticulatum (Kieffer in Kieffer & Marshall 1905)  , designated by Richards 1939; Kieffer 1914b: 193; Benoit 1954: 415.

Liodryinus Kieffer 1913b: 300  (synonymized by Richards 1953); type species: Liodryinus doddi ( Kieffer 1911b)  , by original designation.

Allanteon Kieffer 1914b: 198  (synonymized by Berland 1928); type species: Allanteon punctatus (Kieffer in Kieffer & Marshall 1905)  , by monotypy.

Anteon subg. Anteon Jurine  : Richards 1939: 246; Krombein 1979: 1240.

Anteon subg. Chelogynus Haliday  : Richards 1939: 246; Krombein 1979: 1241.

Hirtanteon Benoit 1951b: 163  (synonymized by Olmi 1984); type species: Hirtanteon canabensis Benoit 1951  , by original designation; Benoit 1954: 415.

Chelogynus (Chelogynus)  : J. Perkins 1976: 18.

Chelogynus (Neochelogynus)  : J. Perkins 1976: 19.

Type species. Anteon jurineanum Latreille 1809  , by subsequent monotypy.

Diagnosis. ♀: fully winged ( Figs 31D, EView FIGURE 31); rarely brachypterous (Figs 41A, B); occipital carina complete; palpal formula 6/3; antenna without ADOs; forewing with three cells enclosed by pigmented veins (C, R and 1Cu) ( Figs 31D, EView FIGURE 31); forewing with 2r-rs&Rs vein and pterostigma ( Figs 31D, EView FIGURE 31); distal part of 2r-rs&Rs vein much shorter than proximal part ( Figs 31D, EView FIGURE 31), occasionally slightly shorter, as long as, or longer than proximal part; metapectal-propodeal disc usually with transverse posterior keel ( Fig. 34AView FIGURE 34); protarsus chelate ( Figs 31D, EView FIGURE 31); inner side of enlarged claw with proximal prominence bearing one long bristle ( Fig. 33CView FIGURE 33); tibial spurs 1/1/2. ♂: fully winged ( Figs 32A, BView FIGURE 32); rarely brachypterous; occipital carina complete; vertex of head usually without two oblique keels connecting lateral ocelli to occipital carina; palpal formula 6/3; forewing with three cells enclosed by pigmented veins (C, R and 1Cu) ( Figs 32A, BView FIGURE 32); forewing with 2r-rs&Rs vein and pterostigma ( Figs 32A, BView FIGURE 32); distal part of 2r-rs&Rs vein much shorter than proximal part ( Figs 32A, BView FIGURE 32), occasionally slightly shorter, as long as, or longer than proximal part; pterostigma less than 4 × as long as broad ( Figs 32A, BView FIGURE 32); metapectal-propodeal disc usually with transverse posterior keel ( Fig. 34CView FIGURE 34); paramere without large inner branch wrapping penis ( Fig. 35FView FIGURE 35); tibial spurs 1/1/2.

Distribution. Worldwide.

Hosts. Cicadellidae  ( Guglielmino & Olmi 1997, 2006, 2007; Guglielmino et al. 2013) ( Figs 32View FIGURE 32 C-E).

World species. 464 species are known, 106 in the Afrotropical region.

Remarks. Larvae of Anteon  were described by Ponomarenko (1975b) and more recently by Guglielmino et al. (2017a). Leafhoppers parasitized by Anteon  species usually show dryinid sacs situated in a latero-ventral position between the prothorax and the mesothorax ( Fig. 32CView FIGURE 32), rarely positioned on the ventral side.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Dryinidae

Loc

Anteon Jurine, 1807

Olmi, Massimo, Copeland, Robert S. & Noort, Simon Van 2019
2019
Loc

Hirtanteon

Benoit 1951: 163
1951
Loc

Hirtanteon canabensis

Benoit 1951
1951
Loc

Ch. gaullei

Kieffer 1914
1914
Loc

Allanteon

Kieffer 1914: 198
1914
Loc

Lasianteon

Kieffer 1913: 300
1913
Loc

Xenanteon

Kieffer 1913: 300
1913
Loc

Liodryinus

Kieffer 1913: 300
1913
Loc

Liodryinus doddi (

Kieffer 1911
1911
Loc

Neochelogynus typicus

R. Perkins 1905
1905
Loc

Prosanteon

R. Perkins 1905: 66
1905
Loc

Prosanteon chelogynoides

R. Perkins 1905
1905
Loc

Paranteon

R. Perkins 1905: 67
1905
Loc

Paranteon myrmecophilus

R. Perkins 1905
1905
Loc

Lasianteon rubrifrons

Kieffer in Kieffer & Marshall 1905
1905
Loc

Xenanteon reticulatum

Kieffer in Kieffer & Marshall 1905
1905
Loc

Allanteon punctatus

Kieffer in Kieffer & Marshall 1905
1905
Loc

Chelogynus

Haliday 1838: 518
1838
Loc

Chelogynus infectus

Haliday in Walker 1837
1837
Loc

Antaeon

Haliday 1833: 275
1833
Loc

Anteon jurineanum

Latreille 1809
1809
Loc

Anteon

Jurine 1807: 302
1807
Loc

Anteon

Jurine 1807
1807
Loc

Dryinus

Latreille 1804
1804