Andesipolis masoni Choi & Suh 2004,

Mitio, Shimbori Eduardo, Souza, Souza-Gessner Carolina Da Silva, Maria, Penteado-Dias Angelica & Richard, Shaw Scott, 2017, A revision of the genus Andesipolis (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Mesostoinae) and redefinition of the subfamily Mesostoinae, Zootaxa 4216 (2), pp. 101-152: 133

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Andesipolis masoni Choi & Suh 2004


Andesipolis masoni Choi & Suh 2004 

Diagnosis. Body color mostly orange brown, mesosoma  yellowish with brown scutellar sulcus and propodeum; fore wing stigma narrow, more than 4x longer than broad; propodeum with roughly pentagonal areola and distinct cross bridge; first metasomal tergite rugose with dorsal carinae converging but not meeting; tarsal claws simple, without basal lobe; sternaulus short; ovipositor straight, slightly shorter than hind tibia.

Material examined. CHILE: 2♀, Chiloe Island, Ahoni Alto , Primary Forest , 22.ii.1988, CH-37, L. Masner col. Chile exp.  ; 1♀ Pucatrihue , Coast Osorno, 1–10.II.1980, L. Pena  ; 1♂ Region IX, Nahuelbuta Nat. Park, 37.809°S 73.015°, 3680', 9–12.I.2000, Malaise Trap, D.W. Webb & D.K. Yeates (CNC).

Distribution. Chile, south of Santiago.