Paradelius de Saeger

Shimbori, Eduardo M., Bortoni, Marco A., Shaw, Scott R., Souza-Gessner, Carolina Da S., Cerântola, Paula De C. M. & Penteado-Dias, Angélica M., 2019, Revision of the New World genera Adelius Haliday and Paradelius de Saeger (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Cheloninae: Adeliini), Zootaxa 4571 (2), pp. 151-200: 190

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4571.2.1

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/443BCBFC-9073-41F0-8A38-122781E2B2C1

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scientific name

Paradelius de Saeger
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Key to New World species of Paradelius de Saeger  

1. Fore wing vein r present, veins 2RS and 3RS connected and not entering stigma ( Fig. 118 View FIGURES 114–121 ; body and antenna completely black ( Fig. 118 View FIGURES 114–121 ); T3 entirely costate ( Fig. 120 View FIGURES 114–121 , 128 View FIGURES 122–128 )............................................................... 2

- Vein r absent, vein RS entering stigma directly ( Fig. 138 View FIGURES 135–138 ), body with brown parts at least on propleuron, antenna with basal segments orangish brown ( Fig. 129 View FIGURES 129–134 ); T3 mostly smooth, costate just basally ( Fig. 134 View FIGURES 129–134 ) ( U.S.A.)......... P. rubra Whitfield  

2. Sulcus between T1 and T2 absent ( Fig. 120 View FIGURES 114–121 ); propodeum entirely coarsely rugose, without distinct carinae ( Fig. 117 View FIGURES 114–121 ) ( Costa Rica).............................................................................. P. neotropicalis   sp. n.

- Sulcus between T1 and T2 distinct ( Fig. 128 View FIGURES 122–128 ); propodeum with smooth areas within distinct carinae ( Fig. 126 View FIGURES 122–128 ) ( U.S.A.)........................................................................................... P. nigra Whitfield