Eudorylas rooibergensis, FÖLDVÁRI, MIHÁLY, 2013

FÖLDVÁRI, MIHÁLY, 2013, Taxonomic revision of the Afrotropical species of the tribe Eudorylini (Diptera, Pipunculidae), Zootaxa 3656 (1), pp. 1-121: 92-101

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Eudorylas rooibergensis
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sp. nov.

Eudorylas rooibergensis   sp. nov. ( Figs 31A–F)

Diagnosis: Third antennal segment long acuminate. One erect anteromedial hair on 3rd tibia, and first 4 tibiae with a small (but distinct), erect posteromedial hair. This species can be recognised by the first 4 tibiae having a small (but distinct), erect posteromedial hair; the elongated distal parts of the SS (down curved), the hook of the PG in lateral view and the distinct SES bearing many hairs along its edges.

Type material: Namibia: 1♂, HT [# T646], Lüderitz , Rooiberg, 27°38’S 16°28’E, 22–24.ix.1997, Kirk-Spriggs & Marais, malaise trap sample ( NMNW) GoogleMaps   .

Male

Head. Third antennal segment long acuminate; dark brown. Face silvery pollinose. Frons, upper part subshining black, lower part silvery pollinose, except tiny, shining black spot in the middle; eyes touching for distance equal to 2 times ocellar triangle. Occiput, lower half silvery pollinose, upper half somewhat brownish.

Thorax. Humeri pale brown. Mesonotum (viewed obliquely from front) brownish pollinose; silvery from the side. Scutellum brown, with 4 pairs of short, pale hairs. Dorsocentral hairs weakly developed. Halter brown, middle of stem yellowish.

Legs. Trochanters and base of femora brown (all femora greyish pollinose, except f3 shining posteriorly), basal ¼ of femora yellow, otherwise dark brown, knees, tibiae and tarsal segments yellow-brown, last segment dark brown. Ventroapical row of 4–5 very small, black spines on mid femora; no spines on 1st and 3rd femur. Subapical (distal) spines on first four tibiae present. One erect anteromedial hair on 3rd tibia, and first 4 tibiae with a small (but distinct), erect posteromedial hair. Hind trochanter with several (8–10) short, white hairs on ventral side. Pulvilli slightly shorter than last tarsal segment.

Wing. Fourth costal section 0.7 times as long as third costal section. Cross-vein R-M just beyond 1/3 of discal cell. Pterostigma fully coloured. Hairs on tegula missing.

Abdomen (already dissected). Hairs dispersed, short and weakly developed. Laterally 2–3 dark brown spines on first tergite. Genitalia without dissection: ST8 globular, no m.a.; slightly yellowish tip of EP and SS.

with ejaculatory apodeme, F: ventral view with phallic guide, phallus (without ST8), G: outer surstylus with phallic guide and outer gonopod, lateral view, H: dorsal view, I: inner surstylus, lateral view, J: surstyli, dorsal view, K: sperm pump with ejaculatory apodeme, L: ventral view with phallus and phallic guide (without ST8). Scale bars: 0.1 mm

Genitalia. Surstyli asymmetrical, both with elongated distal parts curved ventrally, IS with an extra hook-like process ventrally at the base ( Fig. 31C); epandrium elongated, cerci narrow ( Fig. 31B). SES distinct, with numerous hairs along sides; gonopods small, slightly pointed; hypandrium narrow, lobes deformed ( Fig. 31F); phallic guide with parallel sides and a down curved hook towards SES in lateral view ( Fig. 31A); phallus as a thick tube, branching (3) only in distal 1/4; ejaculatory apodeme triangle shaped distally; sperm pump flat, with two little projections ( Fig. 31E).

Female—Unknown.

Distribution— Namibia.

Etymology—The name refers to the type locality Rooiberg.

Eudorylas rubrus ( Hardy, 1950)   ( Figs 31G–L)

Dorilas (Eudorylas) rubrus Hardy 1950: 35   .

Diagnosis: Surstyli with long hairs on ventral side; SES narrow, without hairs; phallic guide wide apically with a projection on the right; phallus trifid, small protuberance at branching.

Type material: Democratic Republic of Congo: 1♂, HT, Congo belge: Kiwu, Rutshuru (riv. Musugereza), 1100 m, 8-vii-1935, G.F. De Witte: 1631; 1♂, PT, same data as HT, 4-vii-1935, No. 1606 ( MRAC)   .

Other material examined: Botswana: 1♂, Moenge college, 24.09.- 01.10.1986, MT [Malaise trap], leg. De Meyer ( ISNB)   ; Kenya: 1♂, W Kakamega #73, Kakamega Forest Reserve, 00º22’N: 34º53’E, 1620 m, Date: 24.xi.1992, A Whittington & J Londt, Indigenous forest paths ( NMSA) GoogleMaps   .

Male

Head. Third antennal segment acuminate; yellow. Face silvery pollinose. Frons, upper part shining black, lower part silvery pollinose; eyes touching for distance equal to 3.5 times ocellar triangle. Occiput, lower half greyish pollinose, upper half less so.

Thorax. Humeri yellow. Mesonotum (viewed obliquely from front) and scutellum golden-yellow pollinose; mesonotum greyish pollinose from the side. Scutellum with 7–8 pairs of short, pale hairs. Dorsocentral hairs weakly developed. Halter yellow.

Legs. Trochanters, femora, knees, tibiae and tarsal segments yellow, last segment brown. Ventroapical row of 5–6 strong, black spines on all femora as long as with of t3 at base (sometimes longer). Subapical (distal) spines on first four tibiae present. No anteromedial hairs on 3rd tibia. Hind trochanter bare on ventral side. Pulvilli slightly shorter than last tarsal segment.

Wing. Fourth costal section 1.6–1.7 times as long as third costal section. Cross-vein R-M beyond 2/5 of discal cell. Pterostigma fully coloured. Hairs on tegula absent.

Abdomen. Viewed obliquely from front tergites shining black, T3,4 with orange-brown ground colour. Hairs dispersed, short and white. 2–3 (6) dark, lateral bristles on first tergite. Postabdomen in dorsal view: T5 1.2 times as long as ST8. Genitalia without dissection: black with golden-yellow pollinosity, m.a. triangle shaped, rounded, SS and tip of EP yellow.

Genitalia. Surstyli slightly asymmetrical, with long hairs on ventral side; ST8 enlarged ( Fig. 31H). SES narrow, without hairs; gonopods subsymmetrical; phallic guide wide apically with a projection on the right; phallus trifid, small protuberance at branching ( Fig. 31L); ejaculatory apodeme flat, apically wide; sperm pump small, linear ( Fig. 31K).

Female—Unknown.

Distribution— Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya.

Eudorylas scharffi Földvári, 2003   ( Figs 32A–F)

Eudorylas scharffi Földvári 2003 a: 167   . costal section 0.55 times as long as third costal section. Cross-vein R-M at 1/2 of discal cell. Surstyli narrowing towards tip. SES well sclerotized, dark brown; gonopods missing; phallic guide very broad, tip narrow; phallus trifid, short, with thick branches.

Type material: Tanzania   : 1♂, HT, Uzungwe Mts. , Mwanihana Forest above Sanje, 1000 m, 01.viii.1981, M.Stolze & N.Scharff leg   ; 1♂, PT, Uluguru Mts. , Kimboza Forest, 250 m, 18.vii.1981, M.Stolze & N.Scharff leg. (both ZMUC)   .

Male

Head. Third antennal segment acuminate; pale brown. Face silvery pollinose. Frons, upper part shining black, lower part silvery pollinose, except median little black spot; eyes touching for distance equal to 3.5 times ocellar triangle. Occiput silvery pollinose.

Thorax. Humeri brown. Mesonotum (viewed obliquely from front) brown pollinose; silvery from the side. Scutellum greyish pollinose, without hairs. Dorsocentral hairs weakly developed. Halter yellow, base of stem dark brown.

Legs. Trochanters and base of femora yellow, 3/5 of femora in the middle black, otherwise yellow, knees, tibiae, tarsal segments yellow, last segment black. Ventroapical row of 4–5 short, black spines on f1, 6–8 longer spines on f2; 2–3 spines (longest of the 3 legs) on 3rd femur. Subapical (distal) spines on first four tibiae missing. No anteromedial hairs on 3rd tibia. Hind trochanter with a patch of very fine white hairs on ventral side. Pulvilli shorter than last tarsal segment.

Wing. Fourth costal section 0.55 times as long as third costal section. Cross-vein R-M at 1/2 of discal cell. Pterostigma fully coloured. Hairs on tegula missing.

Abdomen. Viewed obliquely from front tergites shining black, except T1, which is greyish pollinose, sides with small grey patches. Hairs dispersed, short, pale and weakly developed. Laterally 4–5 dark spines in a row on first tergite. Postabdomen in dorsal view: T6, S7 or EP not visible; T5 1.2 times as long as ST8. Genitalia without dissection: shining black, width of m.a. half the width of ST8.

Genitalia. Surstyli narrowing towards tip ( Fig. 32B). SES with uncertain borders, well sclerotized, dark brown; gonopods missing; phallic guide very broad, tip narrow; phallus trifid, short, with thick branches ( Fig. 32F); ejaculatory apodeme linear with bulbous end; sperm pump small, round ( Fig. 32E).

Female—Unknown.

Distribution— Tanzania.

Eudorylas semiopacus ( Lamb, 1922)   ( Figs 32G–L)

Pipunculus semiopacus Lamb 1922: 409   .

Diagnosis: One anteromedial hair on 3rd tibia. Surstyli short and flat; gonopods with one protuberance each and with 2 distinct hairs; phallic guide with two flat lobes and a pointed tip in median line; phallus trifid and at least one branch with teeth.

Type material: Seychelles: 1♂, LT, Silhouette '08, Seychelles Exp.; Seychelles Is., Pres by Percy Sladen Trust Cttee., B.M. 1922-157; 1♀, PLT, same data, Mahe, '08-9. [as “ 20. ii. 1909 ” in Lamb 1922] (both BMNH)   .

Other material examined: South Africa: 1♂, Natal Zululand , Ndumu Game Reserve, 26-X-1972, ME Irwin, 2632 Cc   ; 2♂, Transvaal , Kruger National Park, Vicinity of Skukuza, 9–12.iv.1985 J. Londt, SE2431DC, Bushveld   ; 1♂, Ndumu Reserve , Ingwavuma District Tongaland, B. & P. Stuckenberg, 1–10 December 1963   ; 1♂, KZ-Natal #117, Hluhluwe / Umfolozi Res. , 28º09’S: 32º02’E, 160m, Date: 29.xii.1995 – 3.i.1996, Coll: J. Londt & K. Cradock, Munyawaneni Camp area (all NMSA) GoogleMaps   ; 3♂, Natal , Ndumu G. Res. 2632DC, Date: 4–9 Oct 1982, Coll. J.G.H. Londt, Camp + riverine bush (2 NMSA, 1 HNHM)   ; 1♂, Transvaal , 8 km NW Barberton on Badplass Rd SE2530DD, 6–8.iv.1985 J. Londt, Bushveld long grass ( HNHM)   ; 1♂, Natal , Mtubatuba, III-24&25-1968, Paul J. Spangler ( USNM)   .

Male

Head. Third antennal segment acuminate; yellow. Face silvery pollinose. Frons, upper part subshining black, lower part silvery pollinose; eyes touching for distance equal to 3.5 times ocellar triangle. Occiput, lower half silvery pollinose, upper half less so. ejaculatory apodeme, F: ventral view with phallic guide, phallus (without ST8), G: outer surstylus with phallic guide, phallus and outer gonopod, lateral view, H: dorsal view, I: inner surstylus, lateral view, J: surstyli, dorsal view, K: sperm pump with ejaculatory apodeme, L: ventral view with phallic guide (without ST8). Scale bars: 0.1 mm

Thorax. Humeri yellow. Mesonotum (viewed obliquely from front) subshining black, along anterior margin somewhat grey; silvery pollinose from the side. Scutellum subshining black, with numerous black hairs dispersed on the surface. Dorsocentral hairs present with dark hairs in notopleural depression. Halter yellow.

Legs. Trochanters and base of femora yellow, femora dark brown (posteriorly f1,2 silvery pollinose, f3 shiny), knees, tibiae, all tarsal segments yellow. Ventroapical row of 9–10 short black spines on f1, 14 on f2, 7–8 longer ones on f3. Subapical (distal) spines on first four tibiae absent. One anteromedial hair on 3rd tibia. Hind trochanter with 2–3 whitish hairs on ventral side. Pulvilli longer than last tarsal segment.

Wing. Fourth costal section times as long as third costal section. Cross-vein R-M at 2/5 of discal cell. Pterostigma fully coloured. Hairs on tegula absent.

Abdomen. Viewed obliquely from front tergites brown-black (also hind margins), sides greyish on each tergite posteriorly. Numerous brown hairs dispersed as long as width of t3 at base. Six dark lateral bristles on first tergite. Postabdomen in dorsal view: T5 1.5 times as long as ST8. Genitalia without dissection: SS look wide and flat, m.a. as broad as 2/3 of ST8.

Genitalia. Surstyli short and flat ( Fig. 32H). SES not developed; gonopods with one protuberance each and with 2 distinct hairs; phallic guide with two flat lobes and a pointed tip in median line ( Fig. 32L); phallus trifid and at least one branch with teeth; ejaculatory apodeme linear; sperm pump rounded ( Fig. 32K).

Female

As male except for the following characters. Frons, eyes separated; completely silver-grey pollinose. Pulvilli and claws slightly longer than tarsal segment. Abdominal tergites (from front) subshining black, hind margins laterally greyish, sides silvery pollinose, without hairs. Female ovipositor missing on PLT.

Remarks — Lectotypes are hereby designated in order to stabilise the status of the species. Shape of PG is similar to that of E. garambensis   , but GPs are different.

Distribution— Seychelles, South Africa.

Eudorylas setiformis (Hardy, 1949)   ( Figs 33A–F, 39B, 40K)

Dorilas (Eudorylas) setiformis Hardy 1949 a: 55   .

Diagnosis: Third antennal segment very long acuminate. Legs completely yellow, one anteromedial hair on t3 present (on all tibiae in case of the female). Phallic guide broad towards tip, with hairy protuberances at base; phallus trifid, very long (at least two times as long as postabdomen) and coiled, branches narrow and stick together; ejaculatory apodeme with three lobes, enlarged; part of the ejaculatory duct is coiled as a spiral.

Type material: Malawi: 1♀, HT, Mt Mlanje , Nyasaland, 25.XI.1912, S.A. Neave; Pres by Comm. Inst. Ent. BM 1953-357 ( BMNH)   .

Other material examined: Tanzania: 1♂, 1♀, East Usambara , Amani, 1000m, 22.i.1977, Zool. Mus., Copenhagen, H. Enghoff, O. Lomholdt, O.Martin leg. (both ZMUC)   . Zimbabwe: 1♂, N. Vumba, S. Rhodesia, 17.3.1966, D. Cookson ( NMSA)   .

Male

Head. Third antennal segment very long acuminate, setiform (hair-like part slightly longer than other part); yellow, elongated part and arista brown-black. Face silvery pollinose. Frons shining black on upper half, silvery pollinose on lower half. Occiput faintly greyish pollinose.

Thorax. Humeri yellow. Mesonotum (viewed obliquely from front) golden yellow pollinose; silvery from the side. Scutellum yellowish with silver pollinosity, with 10–12 pairs of short, pale hairs. Dorsocentral hairs very weakly developed. Halter yellow-brown, stem white.

Legs. Completely yellow, last tarsal segments brown. Ventroapical row of 6 short, black setae on f1, 16–20 on f2; and 2–4 smaller spines on 3rd femur. Subapical (distal) spines on first four tibiae, and one anteromedial hair on t3 present. Hind trochanter silvery pollinose with 2–3 pale hairs on ventral side. Pulvilli as long as last tarsal segment. Wing. Fourth costal section 1.4–1.5 times as long as third costal section. Cross-vein R-M beyond 2/5 of discal cell. Abdomen. Viewed obliquely from front tergites golden-yellow pollinose, sides greyish. Hairs dispersed, distinct and whitish. Laterally 1–2 dark spines on first tergite. Postabdomen in dorsal view: edge of S7 visible; T5 2 times as long as ST8. Genitalia without dissection: M.a. round, as wide as 1/3 of the width of the black ST8, SS and EP paler.

Genitalia. Surstyli subsymmetrical, broadening distally, with teeth-like projections in lateral view; cerci bulging in lateral view; epandrium wider than long; ST8 enlarged, m.a. small, rounded ( Fig. 33B). SES uncertain; gonopods symmetrical; hypandrial lobes short; phallic guide broad towards tip, with hairy protuberances at base; phallus trifid, very long (at least two times as long as postabdomen) and coiled, branches narrow and stick together ( Fig. 33D); ejaculatory apodeme with three lobes, enlarged; sperm pump cup-shaped, round; part of the ejaculatory duct is coiled as a spiral ( Fig. 33F).

Female

As male except for the following characters. Frons narrow (1.5–2 times as wide as first ocellus), shining black in front of ocellar triangle, otherwise silvery pollinose (black median line may be present on upper half). Ventroapical row of 4–6 tiny, dark setae on f1,2 and no spines on f3. One anteromedial hair on all tibiae. Pulvilli and claws 2–2.5 times longer than last tarsal segment. Cross-vein R-M just before middle of discal cell. Tergites completely silvery pollinose. Hairs dispersed, pale and at least as long as width of t3 at base. Laterally 3 brown setae on first tergite. Female ovipositor as in Figs 39B, 40K.

Distribution— Malawi, Tanzania, Zimbabwe.

Eudorylas sinuosus (Hardy, 1949)   ( Figs 34A–G, 40T)

Dorilas (Eudorylas) sinuosus Hardy 1949 a: 56   .

Diagnosis: Large species. Third antennal segment obtuse. Surstyli small compared to postabdomen; epandrium very short; ST8 large, m.a. occupies all of ST8, except upper left angle. SES enlarged, with a wide lobe at the end; phallic guide long, with a groove along median line, tip elongated, pointed (in lateral view with 2 teeth towards SS, the lower with numerous hairs); phallus trifid, extremely long, coiled with supporting structure; ejaculatory apodeme fan shaped; sperm pump with two lateral projections (planes of the two latter parts are turned by 90 degrees). The frons of the female narrows in front of the ocellar triangle, and the pulvilli are as long as the last tarsal segment.

Type material: South Africa: 1♂, HT, Umbilo, Durban, 22. Xi. 1914 [as “1916” in Hardy 1949 a], L. Bevis, Pres. by Inst. Ent. BM 1959-499, [separate label:] 1416 ( BMNH)   .

Other material examined: Democratic Republic of Congo: 1♂, Congo-Belge: Mwashia ( Plaine herbeuse), 1 km, Saline 3-v-1939, H.J. Brédo ( KBIN)   . Ghana: 1♂, “legm. 26/2/69 OWR”   ; 1♀, “legm. 28/2/69 OWR” (both BMNH)   . Kenya: 1♂, 3♀, Ngong Foresty Station , 13–18 Jan. 1968, Malaise trap, Krombein & Spangler ( USNM, 1♀ HNHM)   . Malawi: 1♂, Mulanje Mnt., Likabula river valley, 28–30.xi.1980 1535 Dc, 1000m Stuckenberg & Londt , Riverine Brachystegia woodland ( NMSA)   . South Africa: 1♂, Cape #11, Pirie Forest, Maden Dam, 32º45’S: 27º19’E 500m, Date : 24.ii. 1997, D. Barraclough / S. James, Internal /margins Indig. For GoogleMaps   .; 1♂, Natal #2, Pietermaritzburg, 29 30’S: 30 26’E 640m, Date : 14.ii.1991, Coll: A.E. Whittington, Darvill Sewage Works GoogleMaps   ; 1♂, Catal Hluhluwe Res. 2832 Aa, August 1977, 450m, JGH Londt ex Malaise   ; 1♂, Natal #10G, Midlands, Howick , 29º29’S: 30º13’E 1060m, Date : 14.iii. 1992, Coll: A.E. Whittington GoogleMaps   ; 1♂, 1♀, Natal False Bay Park Res., ca 27º58’S: 32º22’E, Sand Forest j. Londt , 23–24.iv. 1988 40m, Mpophomeni Trail area GoogleMaps   ; 1♀, Natal Mkuzi Game Reserve , ca 140m 8–15.x. 1990, 27º38’20’’S: 32º09’30’’E, Coll. J. G. H. Londt, MV light & Malaise GoogleMaps   ; 1♀, Natal #7 G, Howick , 7.iv. 1992, 29 28’S: 30 13’E 1060m, domestic lights, Coll: A.E. Whittington GoogleMaps   ; 1♀, Town Bush Pietermaritzburg, South Africa 29-1-[19]64, B. & P. Stuckenberg ( NMSA)   ; 2♂, 1♀, Natal, Ashburton 15km SE of Pietermaritzburg, Feb. 1977 J.G.H. Londt, Malaise in Grassland ( NMSA, 1♂ HNHM)   ; 1♂, Natal, Lynnfield Park , 13 km SE Pietermaritzburg, 29º41’S: 30º29’E, Acacia thornveld area, Coll aa.E. view, B: dorsal view, C: inner surstylus, lateral view, D: sperm pump with ejaculatory apodeme, E: sperm pump with ejaculatory apodeme, F: surstyli, dorsal view, G: ventral view with phallic guide, phallus and highly modified subepandrial sclerite (without ST8). Scale bars: 0.1 mm GoogleMaps  

1933, R.I.Sc.N.B. 24.236, coll. M. Bequaert (KBIN); 1♂, Natal , Mtubatuba, II-24&25-1968, Paul J. Spangler ( USNM). Tanzania   : 2♂, East Usambara , Amani, 1000 m, 3.02.1977, H. Enghoff, O. Lomholdt, O. Martin leg   ; 1♂, same data   , 2.02.1977; 1♂, same data   , 4.02.; 1♂, same data   , 5.ii.; 1♂, 1♀, same data   , 6.02.; 1♂, same data   , 7.02.; 1♀, same data   , 25.01.; 1♀, same data   , 29.01.; 1♂, Tanzania , East Usambara Mts. , Amani, Sigi river, 750 m, 15.07.1980, M Stoltze & N Scharff leg (all ZMUC). Zimbabwe   : 2♂, Rhodesia , Vistoria Falls Nat’l. Park, IV-3-6-1968, Paul Spangler   .

Male

Head. Third antennal segment obtuse; brown. Face silvery shining. Frons, upper part black, lower part silvery pollinose; eyes not touching. Occiput, upper half black, lower half greyish pollinose.

Thorax. Humeri yellow. Mesonotum (viewed obliquely from front) subshining black; greyish pollinose from the side. Scutellum subshining black, with short, pale pollinosity. Dorsocentral hairs very weakly developed. Halter yellow brown, stem darker.

Legs. Trochanters and base of femora black, femora black (f1,2 silvery grey, f3 shining black posteriorly), knees yellowish, tibiae yellow with dark ring in the middle. Tarsal segments yellow-brown, last segment brown. Ventroapical row of 8–10 very short, black spines on first four femora; 4–6 weak spines on 3rd femur (all femora with short whitish hairs on front/back sides). Subapical (distal) spines on first four tibiae missing. No anteromedial hairs on 3rd tibia. Hind trochanter with faint whitish hairs on ventral side. Pulvilli as long as last tarsal segment.

Wing. Fourth costal section as long as third costal section. Cross-vein R-M at 1/3 of discal cell. Pterostigma: distal 4/5 coloured. Hairs on tegula missing.

Abdomen. Viewed obliquely from front tergites subshining black, anterior 1/3 of T2 silver-grey pollinose, sides with greyish pollinose triangles. Hairs relatively dense, whitish. Lateral spines on first tergite: 4–5 dark bristles. Postabdomen in dorsal view: only ST8 visible; T5 0.7–0.8 times as long as ST8. Genitalia without dissection: black, long ST8, large m.a., EP and SS paler.

Genitalia. Surstyli small compared to postabdomen; epandrium very short, especially on the right side; ST8 large, m.a. occupies all of ST8, except upper left angle ( Fig. 34B). SES enlarged, with a wide lobe at the end; gonopods symmetric, rounded; hypandrium symmetric, narrow, connected to EP; phallic guide long, with a groove along median line ( Fig. 34G), tip elongated, pointed (in lateral view ( Fig. 34A) with 2 teeth towards SS, the lower with numerous hairs); phallus trifid, extremely long, coiled (partly drawn), with supporting structure; ejaculatory apodeme fan shaped; sperm pump with two lateral projections (planes of the two latter parts are turned by 90 degrees, Figs 34D, E).

Female

As male except for the following characters. Frons, eyes separated; silver-grey pollinose except in front of ocellar triangle for length equal to 2 times triangle, also narrowing in front of ocelli. Pulvilli and claws about as long as last tarsal segment (not enlarged). Abdominal tergites greyish pollinose, except distal 1/5 of T2–5, and laterally with grey patches on distal part of tergites. Female ovipositor as in Fig. 40T.

Distribution— Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, South Africa, Tanzania, Zimbabwe.

NMNW

National Museum of Namibia

MRAC

Musée Royal de l’Afrique Centrale

NMSA

KwaZulu-Natal Museum

ZMUC

Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen

HNHM

Hungarian Natural History Museum (Termeszettudomanyi Muzeum)

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Pipunculidae

Genus

Eudorylas

Loc

Eudorylas rooibergensis

FÖLDVÁRI, MIHÁLY 2013
2013
Loc

Eudorylas scharffi Földvári 2003 a: 167

Foldvari, M. 2003: 167
2003
Loc

Dorilas (Eudorylas) rubrus

Hardy, D. E. 1950: 35
1950
Loc

Dorilas (Eudorylas) setiformis

Hardy, D. E. 1949: 55
1949
Loc

Dorilas (Eudorylas) sinuosus

Hardy, D. E. 1949: 56
1949
Loc

Pipunculus semiopacus

Lamb, C. G. 1922: 409
1922