Anteoninae R. Perkins, 1912,

Olmi, Massimo, Copeland, Robert S. & Noort, Simon Van, 2019, Dryinidae of the Afrotropical region (Hymenoptera, Chrysidoidea), Zootaxa 4630 (1), pp. 1-619: 84-85

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Anteoninae R. Perkins, 1912
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III. Subfamily Anteoninae R. Perkins, 1912 

Dryininae Kieffer in Kieffer & Marshall 1905: 130  , partim.

Anteoninae Kieffer in Kieffer & Marshall 1906: 510  , partim.

Anteonini R. Perkins 1912: 7; Kieffer 1914b: 137; Richards 1939: 190; Muesebeck & Walkley 1951: 1040; Benoit 1954: 414. Anteoninae J. Perkins 1976: 13  ; Olmi 1984: 110; 1993a: 189; 1995b: 502; 1995d: 133; 1999: 93; Olmi & Bechly 2001: 41; He & Xu 2002: 97; Olmi 2004b: 147; Olmi & Virla 2006: 408; Virla & Olmi 2008: 369; Olmi et al. 2010: 30; Xu et al. 2013: 58; Olmi & Virla 2014: 41; Olmi & Xu 2015: 41; Olmi et al. 2016: 53.

Anteoninae Krombein 1979: 1240  partim.

Type genus. Anteon Jurine, 1807  , designated by Olmi (1984).

Diagnosis. ♀: fully winged ( Figs 31D, EView FIGURE 31, 80A, BView FIGURE 80, 97A, BView FIGURE 97), occasionally brachypterous (Figs 41A, B) or mi- cropterous ( Figs 81C, DView FIGURE 81; 84AView FIGURE 84); occipital carina complete; mandible quadridentate, with teeth becoming regularly progressively larger from dorsal to ventral tooth (as in Fig. 6BView FIGURE 6); antenna without tufts of long setae and without ADOs; ocelli present; palpal formula 6/3; pronotal tubercle present; epicnemium exposed; forewing with three cells enclosed by pigmented veins (C, R and 1Cu) ( Figs 31D, EView FIGURE 31, 80A, BView FIGURE 80, 97A, BView FIGURE 97); forewing with 2r-rs&Rs vein and pterostigma ( Figs 31D, EView FIGURE 31, 80A, BView FIGURE 80, 97A, BView FIGURE 97); protarsus chelate ( Figs 31D, EView FIGURE 31, 80A, BView FIGURE 80, 97A, BView FIGURE 97); chela without rudimentary claw ( Figs 33CView FIGURE 33, 83BView FIGURE 83, 96FView FIGURE 96); protrochanter short and broad; tibial spurs 1/1/2. ♂: fully winged ( Figs 32A, BView FIGURE 32, 80C, DView FIGURE 80, 97C, DView FIGURE 97), rarely brachypterous; occipital carina complete; mandible quadridentate, with teeth becoming regularly progressively larger from dorsal to ventral tooth ( Fig. 6BView FIGURE 6); palpal formula 6/3; forewing with three cells enclosed by pigmented veins (C, R and 1Cu) ( Figs 32A, BView FIGURE 32, 80C, DView FIGURE 80, 97C, DView FIGURE 97); forewing with 2r-rs&Rs vein and pterostigma ( Figs 32A, BView FIGURE 32, 80C, DView FIGURE 80, 97C, DView FIGURE 97); forewing with PostabR1 shorter than pterostigma ( Figs 32A, BView FIGURE 32, 80C, DView FIGURE 80, 97C, DView FIGURE 97); hypopygium not umbrella-shaped ( Fig. 8HView FIGURE 8); basivolsella completely situated down distivolsella ( Figs 35FView FIGURE 35, 86AView FIGURE 86); tibial spurs 1/1/2.

Distribution. Worldwide.

Hosts. Cicadellidae  ( Guglielmino & Olmi 1997, 2006, 2007; Guglielmino et al. 2013).

World species. 651 species are known, 138 in the Afrotropical region.

World genera. Seven genera are known, three in the Afrotropical region.

Remarks. The following four genera have not been recorded from the Afrotropical region: Anteonopsis Olmi, Rasnitsyn & Guglielmino, 2010  (fossil from Russian Far East, Magadan Region), Burmanteon Engel, 2003  (fossil from Burmese amber), Janzeniola Olmi, 2011  (fossil in Baltic amber), Metanteon Olmi, 1984  (Neotropical).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Dryinidae

Loc

Anteoninae R. Perkins, 1912

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

Anteoninae

J. Perkins 1976: 13
1976
Loc

Anteoninae

Kieffer in Kieffer & Marshall 1906: 510
1906
Loc

Dryininae

Kieffer in Kieffer & Marshall 1905: 130
1905
Loc

Anteoninae

Krombein 1979: 1240: 1240
1240