Galeopsomyia rosea Hansson, 2023

Hansson, Christer & Hanson, Paul E., 2023, HYMENOPTERA: CHALCIDOIDEA), 5 The genus Galeopsomyia Girault by Christer Hansson * & Paul E. Hanson **, Taxonomic Monographs on Neotropical Hymenoptera (Oxford, England) 3 (1), pp. 1-743 : 183-184

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Galeopsomyia rosea Hansson


Galeopsomyia rosea Hansson sp.nov.

( Figs 228, 229 View Figs 228–231 , 729 View Figs 724–732 , 890 View Figs 885–896 )

Diagnosis (female). Antenna with F1 2.3×, F2 2.5×, F3 2.5× as long as wide ( Fig. 729 View Figs 724–732 ); mesoscutellum ( Fig. 228 View Figs 228–231 ) with very weak reticulation and shiny, meshes elongate, submedian grooves distinct, ±straight and parallel; coxae dark brown, tibiae yellowish-brown ( Fig. 229 View Figs 228–231 ); hind femur 3.7× as long as wide; petiole a narrow band; gaster ( Fig. 228 View Figs 228–231 ) 3.4× as long as wide; gonoplac 0.9× as long as length of hind femur ( Fig. 229 View Figs 228–231 ).

Female holotype: length of body 2.9mm.

Scape yellowish-brown with dorsal edge brown, pedicel and flagellum dark brown. Head with frons black with metallic blue tinges, antennal scrobes and clypeus black. Mesoscutum with sidelobes black with metallic tinges, midlobe metallic pale bluish; mesoscutellum metallic pale bluish; propodeum black with metallic tinges. Legs with fore and mid coxae dark brown, hind coxa black with metallic tinges; fore and mid trochanters dark brown, hind trochanter yellowish-brown; femora dark brown; tibiae yellowish-brown; T1–3 yellowish-brown, T4 brown. Petiole yellowish-brown. Gaster with Gt 1 with anterior half metallic pale bluish and posterior half golden-purple, Gt 2-6 golden-purple, Gt 7 black; gonoplac black.

Face below level of toruli, including clypeus, with weak reticulation, frons rugose, antennal scrobes with weak reticulation. Vertex with wrinkled sculpture inside ocellar triangle, outside with weak reticulation. Occipital margin with a carina behing ocellar triangle,

Mesoscutum with strong reticulation, meshes isodiametric on sidelobes, slightly elongate on midlobe; midlobe without median groove, with three adnotaular setae in a single row. Mesoscutellum with very weak reticulation and shiny, meshes elongate; submedian grooves distinct, ±straight and parallel. Dorsellum with weak sculpture. Fore and mid coxae with weak reticulation, hind coxa with strong reticulation. Fore wing with two setae on dorsal surface of submarginal vein; speculum closed; costal setal row unbroken.

Petiole very short, just a narrow band. Gaster elongate; tergites with rather strong reticulation.

Relative measurements: head length, dorsal view 24; head length, frontal view 40; POL 7.5; OOL 6.5; lateral ocellus diameter 5; head width 48.5; mouth width 16; malar space 14; eye length 23; scape length 20; scape width 4.2; pedicel+flagellum length 63.5; pedicel length 8.5; pedicel width, dorsal view 4; F1 length 9; F1 width 4; F2 length 10; F2 width 4; F3 length 10; F3 width 4; clava length 22; clava width 5; C3 length 8; spicule length 1.5; mesosoma length 78; mesosoma width 46; midlobe of mesoscutum length 23; mesoscutellum length 27; mesoscutellum width 19; median part of mesoscutellum width (measured medially) 10.5; median part of mesoscutellum, width in anterior part10; median part of mesoscutellum, width in posterior part 10.5; lateral part of mesoscutellum, width (measured medially) 3; dorsellum length 3; propodeum length 12; costal cell length 37; costal cell width (measured at widest part) 2; marginal vein length 43; stigmal vein length 11; gaster length 124; gaster width 36; Gt 2 length (measured medially) 7.5; Gt 4 length (measured medially) 16; Gt 7 length (measured medially) 19; Gt 7 width (measured at base) 17; longest cercal seta length 14; shortest cercal seta length 7.

Male. Unknown.

Hosts. Unknown.

Distribution. Costa Rica.

Material examined.

Holotype ♀ COSTA RICA, Guanacaste, 18km N Liberia , Buena Vista Lodge , 10º48’N, 85º24’W, 770m, 15-17.ii.2016, J.S. Noyes ( NHMUK). GoogleMaps


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