Ooderella

Gibson, Gary A. P., 2017, Revision of world Ooderella Ashmead (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea: Eupelmidae), with description of the first males for the genus, Zootaxa 4289 (1), pp. 1-74 : 15

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.828791

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:83976631-0200-4CE3-AF6D-C05DE8E8670A

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6040918

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/039E8792-FFEB-FFF0-FF23-06C931EA0105

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Ooderella
status

 

Key to species of Ooderella based on males

1 Flagellum with fl2 and fl3 at most about twice as long as wide ( Figs 208, 209 View FIGURES 205 – 213 ); funiculars with elongate mps extending most of length of funicular ( Fig. 209 View FIGURES 205 – 213 ); clava about equal in length to apical three funiculars ( Fig. 208 View FIGURES 205 – 213 ); tegula white ( Figs 210, 211 View FIGURES 205 – 213 ) [Afrotropical].................................................................. Ooderella platyscapus n. sp.

- Flagellum with fl2 and fl3 more than three times as long as wide ( Figs 85 View FIGURES 81 – 89 , 104 View FIGURES 101 – 109 , 131 View FIGURES 128 – 136 ); funiculars with at least two or three overlapping rows of mps ( Figs 85 View FIGURES 81 – 89 , 105 View FIGURES 101 – 109 ) or mps with long, apically free portion so as to superficially appear as setae projecting from funiculars at acute angle ( Fig. 132 View FIGURES 128 – 136 ); clava about equal in length to apical two funiculars ( Figs 85 View FIGURES 81 – 89 , 104 View FIGURES 101 – 109 , 131 View FIGURES 128 – 136 ); tegula dark [New World]..............................................................................................2

2(1) Flagellum with mps having long, apically free portion so as to superficially appear to lack longitudinal mps but have long, straight to slightly curved setae projecting from flagellomere at acute angle ( Fig. 132 View FIGURES 128 – 136 ); mesoscutum comparatively shallowly reticulate to coriaceous-reticulate ( Figs 133, 134 View FIGURES 128 – 136 ).................................... Ooderella spinositegula n. sp.

- Flagellum with numerous, dense, longitudinal mps in multiple rows per flagellomere, but otherwise superficially bare with only sparse, minute, inconspicuous setae projecting from flagellomere ( Figs 85 View FIGURES 81 – 89 , 104, 105 View FIGURES 101 – 109 ); mesoscutum more strongly meshlike reticulate ( Figs 87 View FIGURES 81 – 89 , 107 View FIGURES 101 – 109 ).............................................................................3

3(2) Antenna with scape and pedicel similarly dark as flagellum ( Figs 83, 85 View FIGURES 81 – 89 ); scrobal depression transversely O-shaped but not extending to inner orbits so variably distinct parascrobal regions differentiated, and at most with comparatively obscure mediolongitudinal sulcus ( Fig. 81 View FIGURES 81 – 89 ); all femora and tibiae mostly brown or at most only metatibia more or less uniformly brownishyellow ( Fig. 83 View FIGURES 81 – 89 )..................................................................... Ooderella setosa n. sp.

- Antenna with scape and pedicel yellow to brownish-yellow, but distinctly lighter than flagellum ( Figs 103, 104 View FIGURES 101 – 109 ); scrobal depression transversely Π-shaped to inner orbits so that distinct parascrobal regions not differentiated but with distinct, lightercolored, mediolongitudinal sulcus ( Fig. 101 View FIGURES 101 – 109 ); legs mostly much paler beyond coxae, more yellowish to brownish-yellow except for brown metafemur ( Fig. 103 View FIGURES 101 – 109 ).............................................. Ooderella smithii Ashmead

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Eupelmidae