Cosmocomoidea Howard

Huber, John T., 2015, World reclassification of the Gonatocerus group of genera (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae), Zootaxa 3967 (1), pp. 1-184: 15-22

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Cosmocomoidea Howard   , stat. rev. (= ater   species group, of authors)

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Cosmocomoidea Howard, 1908: 69   ; Girault, 1929 [428]: 21 (implied synonymy under Ooctonus   ); Ogloblin, 1959 a: 44 (subgenus under Lymaenon   ); De Santis, 1979: 367 (subgenus under Gonatocerus   ); Matthews, 1986: 220 (species group [the ater   group] within Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 94 (subgenus under Gonatocerus   ), 95 (key to Neotropical species); Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 117 (subgenus under Gonatocerus   ), 118 (key to Palaearctic species), Triapitsyn, 2013 b: 213 (key to Nearctic species).

Type species. Cosmocomoidea morrilli Howard   , by monotypy.

Diagnosis. Within Gonatocerini, the species of Cosmocomoidea   are distinguished by the following combination of features: subantennal sulci strongly converging and close together at mouth margin ( Fig. 43 View FIGURES 43 – 48 ); ocellar triangle with 2 setae ( Fig. 43 View FIGURES 43 – 48 ); pronutm with lobes abutting ( Fig. 49 View FIGURES 49 – 54 ); dorsellum rhomboidal, with anterior and posterior margins not parallel ( Fig. 49 View FIGURES 49 – 54 ); fore wing with microtrichia behind venation usually absent ( Fig. 19 View FIGURE 19 ) but, if present, only on one surface ( Fig. 20 View FIGURES 20, 21 ) or less dense than beyond venation; propodeum with two submedian carinae ( Figs 17 View FIGURES 17, 18 , 49 View FIGURES 49 – 54 ).

Description. FEMALE. Face with subantennal sulci present, strongly converging and close together, almost touching ventrally at mouth margin, the distance between them at mouth margin much less than their distance from preorbital sulcus ( Figs 10 View FIGURES 10 – 13 , 14 View FIGURE 14 a, 43, 48). Vertex with 2 setae between lateral ocelli ( Figs 9 View FIGURES 6 – 9 , 43, 46 View FIGURES 43 – 48 ). Occiput entire, without a transverse suture dividing it into upper and lower portions ( Figs 11 View FIGURES 10 – 13 , 14 View FIGURE 14 e, 45) but in the bucculentus   subgroup of Huber (1988: 49) and Triapitsyn et al. (2010: 95) with a circular or oval sulcus constricting the gena behind and below eye ( Figs 5 View FIGURE 5 c, 46, 48). Funicle 8 -segmented ( Figs 3 View FIGURES 1 – 3. 1 , 12, 13 View FIGURES 10 – 13 , 15 View FIGURE 15 a, b, 41, 42), the basal four segments often as long as apical four and at least one of the basal four with mps (apical four segments always have mps on some segments). Pronotum longitudinally divided, the lobes abutting medially ( Figs 5 View FIGURE 5 , 9 View FIGURES 6 – 9 , 17 View FIGURES 17, 18 , 49, 53 View FIGURES 49 – 54 ). Dorsellum rhomboidal, slightly to considerably longer medially than laterally, with anterior and posterior margins clearly not parallel ( Figs 5 View FIGURE 5 , 17, 18 View FIGURES 17, 18 , 49 View FIGURES 49 – 54 ), rarely narrow and almost parallel. Pronotal spiracle about the same diameter as propodeal spiracle ( Figs 50, 52 View FIGURES 49 – 54 ). Propodeum with one pair of submedian carinae varying considerably in shape, thickness, length, and distance apart ( Figs 5 View FIGURE 5 , 17 View FIGURES 17, 18 , 49, 54 View FIGURES 49 – 54 ), the carinae sometimes very short and/or faint and sometimes ( morrilli   subgroup of Triapitsyn et al. 2010) with transverse wrinkles or carinae lateral to the submedian carinae ( Figs 49, 50 View FIGURES 49 – 54 ). Fore wing relatively wide, usually without microtrichia behind parastigma ( Figs 3 View FIGURES 1 – 3. 1 , 19 View FIGURE 19 , 38 View FIGURE 38 ) but, if present, the microtrichia usually not as dense or as uniformly distributed as beyond venation ( Fig. 41 View FIGURE 41 ), except on dorsal surface in the chusqueicolus   subgroup (Triapitsyn et al. 2010: 94) ( Figs 20 View FIGURES 20, 21 a, 42). Stigmal vein with apex oblique ( Figs 3 View FIGURES 1 – 3. 1 , 38 View FIGURE 38 , 41 View FIGURE 41 , 42 View FIGURE 42 ).

MALE. Radicle short to very short, not or barely separated from scape by a faint line or sulcus. Scape short, at most about 3 × as long as often small pedicel. Flagellum usually with relatively wide flagellomeres, sometimes with fl 1 almost wide as long. Genitalia with apodeme of genital sternum longer than aedeagus; aedeagal apodemes not fused at junction with aedeagus and almost as long as apodeme of genital sternum; genitalia with fairly wide scooplike lateral projections (volsellae?) lateral to base of aedeagal apodemes (see examples in Triapitsyn 2010).

Discussion. With almost 100 nominal species, Cosmocomoidea   is the second most speciose genus in Gonatocerini. Specimens of most species are relatively large and often have the fore wing with faint to pronounced colour band or bands but some are small and superficially resemble some Lymaenon   species.

Triapitsyn et al. (2010) divided the Neotropical Cosmocomoidea   (treated as a subgenus of Gonatocerus   ) into two species groups, the ater   and masneri   groups. They subdivided the ater   group into the ater   , bucculentus   , chusqueicolus   , and morrilli   subgroups. The two species they placed in the masneri   group are transferred to Yoshimotoana, described below.

It was unfortunate that Matthews (1986) and Huber (1988) named the species here placed in Cosmocomoidea   as the ater   -group of Gonatocerus   . As Triapitsyn (2013 a) explained, the type series of C. ater (Förster)   consists of four specimens representing at least three species belonging, in his classification, to two different subgenera, G. ( Cosmocomoidea   ) and G. ( Lymaenon   ). Triapitsyn upheld the type fixation by Matthews (1986) but noted it is a lectotype, not a holotype; this female definitely belongs to Cosmocomoidea   . One male has a strap-like dorsellum and two rows of microtrichia behind the parastigma and definitely belongs to Lymaenon   . A third specimen, a female, belongs to a second species of Cosmocomoidea   . Förster’s fourth specimen is a male of uncertain identity. All four specimens are part of Förster’s original material, upon which he based his description and redescription of ater   ( Förster 1841; Foerster 1847 —Foerster stated the number of specimens in this paper).

The gender of Cosmocomoidea   is feminine ( Huber 2002). Because almost all the included species were originally described in Gonatocerus   or Lymaenon   , which are masculine, the names of the species listed under Cosmocomoidea   have been changed to agree in gender, where necessary. In some cases it was difficult to determine if the name is an adjective or a noun in apposition. When in doubt I assumed, in the absence of other evidence, that the name was a noun in apposition and therefore the ending remains unchanged from the original spelling.

Distribution. Cosmocomoidea   species occur in the Nearctic, Neotropical, Palaearctic and Oriental regions. In the latter region Cosmocomoidea   species occur as far east as the Philippines. The genus is absent from the Ethiopian and Australian regions except for one Nearctic species deliberately introduced for biological control into French Polynesia ( Grandgirard et al. 2008), two other species accidentally introduced into the Hawaiian Islands ( Huber & Beardsley 2000), and C. novifasciatus (Girault)   accidentally introduced into both the Hawaiian Islands and Guam (new records).

The greatest number and diversity of species occur in the Neotropical region. The Old World has relatively few species. In the Palaearctic region most species are dark brown or black and, especially in Europe, similar to each other but in the Oriental region they are usually more colourful and diverse.

Hosts and habitat. Cicadellidae (Proconini)   . A few species have been studied in detail because of their importance in biological control of the glassy-winged sharpshooter, Homalodisca vitripennis (Germar)   ( Cicadellidae   ) (Triapitsyn 2006, Grandgirard et al. 2008). The greatest diversity of species is in forested habitats. Included species:

Cosmocomoidea abbreviata (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon abbreviatus Ogloblin 1953: 7   ; holotype ♀ in MLPA. De Santis in De Santis & Esquivel, 1967: 50 [transferred to Gonatocerus   ( Gonatocerus   )]; Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 99 [(transferred to Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina, Misiones, Loreto.

Cosmocomoidea annulicornis (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon annulicornis Ogloblin, 1936: 41   ; lectotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). Lymaenon (Cosmocomoidea) annulicornis Ogloblin, 1959 a: 50   (assigned to subgenus); De Santis, 1967: 10, 106 [(transferred to Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina, Misiones, Loreto.

Cosmocomoidea ashmeadi (Girault)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon dolichocerus ashmeadi Girault, 1915   [261]: 8; lectotype ♀ in USNM (examined). Girault, 1929 [428]: 25 (given species status); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 103 [(placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: USA, Texas, no locality given.

Cosmocomoidea atra (Förster)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus ater Förster, 1841: 45   ; lectotype ♀ in NHMW (examined) (fixed by Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 119 [incorrectly designated as holotype by Matthews 1986: 221]). Foerster, 1847: 206 (transferred to Rachistus   ); Dalla Torre, 1898: 429 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 103 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Germany, Aachen. Cosmocomoidea empoascae (Subba Rao)   . Lymaenon empoascae Subba Rao, 1966: 195   ; holotype ♀ in IARI. Subba Rao, 1983: 135 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: India, Punjab, Jullundur. Synonymy under G. ater   by Zeya & Hayat, 1995: 70.

Cosmocomoidea indica (Subba Rao & Kaur)   . Lymaenon indicus Subba Rao & Kaur, 1959: 229   ; holotype ♀ in IARI. Subba Rao 1983: 135 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: India, New Delhi. Synonymy under G. ater   by Zeya & Hayat, 1995: 70.

Cosmocomoidea intermedia (Boţoc)   . Lymaenon intermedius Boţoc, 1962: 108   ; holotype ♀ in Boţoc collection (lost). TL: Romania, Cluj-Napoca, Someş river floodplain. Synonymy under G. ater   by Matthews, 1986: 222; treated as valid species by Pricop, 2010: 113. Synonymy under G. ater   s. l. by Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 119, but see his discussion on p. 129.

Cosmocomoidea nigroides (Narayanan & Subba Rao)   . Lymaenon nigroides Narayanan & Subba Rao, 1961: 656   ; holotype ♀ in IARI. Subba Rao, 1983: 136 (as nigriodes [sic], transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: India, Delhi. Synonymy under G. ater   by Zeya & Hayat, 1995: 70.

Cosmocomoidea pannonica (Soyka)   . Gonatocerus pannonicus Soyka, 1946: 39   ; holotype ♀ in NHMW. TL: Austria, Hundsheim. Synonymy under G. ater   by Matthews, 1986: 221 and under G. ater   , s. l. by Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 119.

Cosmocomoidea populi (Viggiani)   . Lymaenon populi Viggiani, 1969: 40   ; holotype ♀ in DEZA, but see Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 122. Graham, 1973: 48 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: Italy, Rome. Synonymy under G. ater   by Matthews, 1986: 222; synonymy accepted by Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 119, but see his discussion on p. 133.

Cosmocomoidea schmitzi (Debauche)   . Lymaenon schmitzi Debauche, 1948: 86   ; holotype ♀ in IRSNB. Matthews, 1986: 221 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: Belgium, Héverlé. Synonymy under G. ater   by Matthews, 1986: 221.

Cosmocomoidea atriclava (Girault)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus triguttatus atriclavus Girault, 1917   [316]: 19; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). Triapitsyn et al., 2002: 35 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ) and given species status)]. TL: Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad, Mitan.

Cosmocomoidea barbos (Triapitsyn)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus (Cosmocomoidea) barbos Triapitsyn   in Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 111; holotype ♀ in UCRC. TL: Mexico, Veracruz, Tuxpan.

Cosmocomoidea blefuscu (Triapitsyn)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus (Cosmocomoidea) blefuscu Triapitsyn   in Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 114; holotype ♀ in UCRC. TL: Costa Rica, Cartago, Parque Nacional Tapantí.

Cosmocomoidea blesticus (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon blesticus Ogloblin, 1957: 39   ; holotype ♀ in MLPA. De Santis, 1967: 10, 103 (as biesticus [sic], transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 116 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina, Puerto Blest, Lago Nahuel Huapí, Río Negro.

Cosmocomoidea bonariensis (Brèthes)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Foersterella bonariensis Brèthes, 1922: 129   ; lectotype ♀ in MACN. De Santis, 1967: 10, 103 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 118 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina, Buenos Aires, General Urquiza. Cosmocomoidea enicmophila (Huber)   . Gonatocerus enicmophilus Huber, 1988: 79   ; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: USA, California, Riverside Co., Riverside, UCR Campus. Synonymy under G. bonariensis   by Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 118.

Cosmocomoidea necator (Ogloblin)   . Lymaenon necator Ogloblin, 1939: 241   ; De Santis in De Santis & Esquivel, 1967: 50 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); lectotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). TL: Argentina, Buenos Aires, José C. Paz. Synonymy under G. bonariensis   by Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 118.

Cosmocomoidea brachyura (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon brachyurus Ogloblin, 1938 a: 32   ; holotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1967: 10, 103 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 122 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina: Buenos Aires, Tigre.

Cosmocomoidea bucculenta (Huber)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus bucculentus Huber, 1988: 76   ; holotype ♀ in CNC (examined). Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 125 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: USA, Arizona, Cochise Co., 5 mi. W. Portal, Southwestern Research Station.

Cosmocomoidea capitata (Gahan)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatoceros [sic] capitatus Gahan, 1932: 754   ; lectotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: USA, Utah, Centerville.

Cosmocomoidea carahuensis (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon carahuensis Ogloblin, 1957: 36   ; holotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1967: 10, 104 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 127 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina: Neuquén, Pucará, Lago Lacar.

Cosmocomoidea caudata (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus caudatus Ogloblin 1935: 74   ; lectotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 131 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina, Misiones, Loreto.

Cosmocomoidea chusqueicola (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon chusqueicolus Ogloblin, 1957: 33   ; holotype ♀ in MLPA. De Santis, 1967: 10, 104 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 135 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina: Neuquén, Pucará, Lago Lacar.

Cosmocomoidea concinna (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon concinnus Ogloblin, 1936: 46   ; lectotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1967: 11, 104 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 137 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina: Misiones, Loreto.

Cosmocomoidea coxalis (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon (Cosmocomoidea) coxalis Ogloblin, 1959 a: 51   ; holotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1979: 368 (transferred to Gonatocerus   [ Cosmocomoidea   ]). TL: Ecuador, Esmeraldas, San Mateo.

Cosmocomoidea crassicornis (Viggiani)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon crassicornis Viggiani, 1969: 44   ; holotype ♂ in DEZA. Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 137 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Russia, Adzarskoj RSSA, Sosna (but see Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 137 for correct locality).

Cosmocomoidea cuscus (Triapitsyn)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus (Cosmocomoidea) cuscus Triapitsyn   in Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 141; holotype ♀ in UCRC (examined). TL: Peru, Cuzco, Picol, 3728 m.

Cosmocomoidea deleoni (Triapitsyn, Logarzo & Virla)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus deleoni Triapitsyn, Logarzo & Virla   , in Triapitsyn et al., 2008: 5; holotype ♀ in MPLA. TL: Argentina, Buenos Aires.

Cosmocomoidea dolichocerus (Ashmead)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatoceru s dolichocerus Ashmead, 1887: 192   ; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 145 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: USA, Florida, Duval Co., Jacksonville.

Cosmocomoidea elizavetae (Triapitsyn)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Cosmocomoidea elizavetae Triapitsyn, 2013 b: 214   ; holotype ♀ in USNM. TL: USA, Illinois, Elizabethtown.

Cosmocomoidea ermi (Triapitsyn)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Cosmocomoidea ermi Triapitsyn, 2013 b: 215   ; holotype ♀ in UCRC. TL: USA, California, Riverside Co., near Temecula, Sandia Creek near De Luz road.

Cosmocomoidea fasciata (Girault)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus fasciatus Girault, 1911   [96]: 265; lectotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: USA, Virginia, Arlington.

Cosmocomoidea flagellaris (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon flagellaris Ogloblin, 1959 a: 61   ; holotype ♂ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1979: 12, 365 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 147 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Ecuador, Pichincha, vicinity of Quito.

Cosmocomoidea flagellata (Huber)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus flagellatus Huber, 1988: 78   ; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 148 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: USA, Texas, Weslaco.

Cosmocomoidea garchamp (Triapitsyn)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus (Cosmocomoidea) garchamp Triapitsyn   in Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 150; holotype ♀ in MPLA (examined). TL: Argentina, Misiones, Loreto.

Cosmocomoidea garyi (Manickavasagam & Rameshkumar)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus garyi Manickavasagam & Rameshkumar, 2013 a: 89   ; holotype ♀ in EDAU. TL: India, Karnataka, Bengaluru, IWST campus.

Cosmocomoidea gerasim (Triapitsyn)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus (Cosmocomoidea) gerasim Triapitsyn   in Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 153; holotype ♀ in UCRC (examined). TL: Mexico, Tamaulipas, Gómez Farías, Estación Los Cedros, 340 m.

Cosmocomoidea gracilicornis (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon gracilicornis Ogloblin, 1936: 50   ; lectotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1967: 10, 104 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 154 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina, Misiones, Loreto.

Cosmocomoidea grandis (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon grandis Ogloblin, 1936: 38   ; lectotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1967: 10, 104 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 157 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina: Misiones, Loreto.

Cosmocomoidea greenwalti (Huber)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus greenwalti Huber   in Huber & Greenwalt, 2011: 486; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: USA, Montana, Flathead River, Kishenehn Formation.

Cosmocomoidea gunathilagaraji (Manickavasagam & Rameshkumar)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus gunathilagaraji Manickavasagam & Rameshkumar, 2013 a: 92   ; holotype ♀ in EDAU. TL: India, Karnataka, Bengaluru, IWST campus.

Cosmocomoidea hayati (Zeya & Khan)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus hayati Zeya & Khan, 2012: 59   ; holotype ♀ in NPC. TL: India, West Bengal, Islampur, Sibdargipara.

Cosmocomoidea helavai (Yoshimoto)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus helavai Yoshimoto, 1990: 87   ; holotype ♂ in CNC (examined). Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 160 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Panama, Cerro Campana, 850m [8.333 ºN 81.967 ºW].

Cosmocomoidea heratyi (Manickavasagam & Rameshkumar)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus heratyi Manickavasagam & Rameshkumar, 2013 a: 97   ; holotype ♀ in EDAU. TL: India, Karnataka, Bengaluru, IWST campus.

Cosmocomoidea impar (Huber)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus impar Huber, 1988: 69   ; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: USA, CA, Menifee Valley, hills on W. end, 1800 '.

Cosmocomoidea inaudita (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon inauditus Ogloblin, 1936: 36   ; lectotype ♀ in MLPA, (examined). De Santis, 1967: 10, 104 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 166 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina, Loreto, Misiones.

Cosmocomoidea incompta (Huber)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus incomptus Huber, 1988: 67   ; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: USA, California, Riverside Co., Riverside.

Cosmocomoidea inexpectata (Huber)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus inexpectatus Huber, 1988: 75   ; holotype ♀ in CNC (examined). TL: Canada, Ontario, Constance Bay.

Cosmocomoidea inflatiscapus (Huber)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus inflatiscapus Huber 1988: 70   ; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 170 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: USA, California, Barton Flats, hwy. 38, Hathaway Creek.

Cosmocomoidea kashipurensis (Zeya & Khan)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus kashipurensis Zeya & Khan, 2012: 58   ; holotype ♀ in NPC. TL: India, Uttarakhand, Kashipur, Pipalia.

Cosmocomoidea kikimora (Triapitsyn)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus (Cosmocomoidea) Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 141   ; holotype ♀ in ZIN. TL: Russia, Primorskiy Kray, Ussuriyskiy rayon, Gornotayozhnoye.

Cosmocomoidea kiskis (Triapitsyn)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus (Cosmocomoidea) Triapitsyn   in Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 172; holotype ♀ in MPLA (examined). TL: Argentina, Tucumán, Tafí Viejo.

Cosmocomoidea kodaiana (Mani & Saraswat)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Ooctonus kodaianus Mani & Saraswat, 1973: 78   ; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). Zeya & Hayat, 1995: 66 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ) TL: India, Tamil Nadu, Anamalai-Kodaikanal Hills, Berijam.

Cosmocomoidea kootenai (Huber)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus kootenai Huber   in Huber & Greenwalt, 2011: 481; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: USA, Montana, Flathead River, Kishenehn Formation.

Cosmocomoidea latipennis (Girault)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus latipennis Girault, 1911   [96]: 268; holotype ♂ in USNM (examined). Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 145 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: North America, no locality given.

Cosmocomoidea maxima (Girault)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus maximus Girault, 1911   [96]: 264; holotype ♀ in INHS (lost). TL: USA, Illinois, Pulaski. Synonymy under G. latipennis   by Huber, 1988: 60.

Cosmocomoidea logarzoi (Triapitsyn)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus (Cosmocomoidea) Triapitsyn   in Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 174; holotype ♀ in MPLA (examined). TL: Argentina, Corrientes, 20 km E. Corrientes, Centro Nacional de Actividades Agrícolas.

Cosmocomoidea lucida (Dodd)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus lucidus Dodd, 1919: 161   ; holotype ♀ in BMNH (examined). TL: Indonesia, Java, Tjibodas.

Cosmocomoidea maculipennis (Ashmead)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Litus maculipennis Ashmead 1900: 265   ; holotype ♂ in BMNH (examined). Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 176 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: St. Vincent and the Grenadines, St. Vincent Island.

Cosmocomoidea marilandica (Girault)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus marilandicus Girault, 1917   [301]: 115; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: USA, Maryland, Glenn Dale.

Cosmocomoidea metanotalis (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon metanotalis Ogloblin, 1938 a: 35   ; lectotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1967: 10, 104 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 179 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina, Misiones, Puerto Rico.

Cosmocomoidea monticola (Zeya)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus monticolus Zeya   in Zeya & Hayat, 1995: 68; holotype ♀ in BMNH (examined). TL: India, Uttar Pradesh, Mussoorie.

Cosmocomoidea morgani (Triapitsyn)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus morgani S. Triapitsyn, 2006: 9   ; holotype ♀ in UCRC. TL: USA, California, Orange Co., Irvine, Irvine Ranch.

Cosmocomoidea morrilli Howard   , comb. rev. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Cosmocomoidea morrilli Howard, 1908: 69   ; lectotype ♀ in USNM (examined). Girault, 1929 [428]: 21 (transferred to Ooctonus   ); Ogloblin, 1959 a: 50 [(transferred to Lymaenon   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]; Bouček & Graham, 1972: 127 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); De Santis, 1979: 12, 367 [(placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: USA, Florida, Orlando.

Cosmocomoidea mumu (Triapitsyn)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus (Cosmocomoidea) mumu Triapitsyn   in Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 185; holotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). TL: Argentina, Misiones, Loreto, Ruinas Jesuíticas.

Cosmocomoidea nasuta (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon nasutus Ogloblin, 1939: 244   ; lectotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1967: 10, 104 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 187 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina, Misiones, Loreto.

Cosmocomoidea nigriflagellum (Girault)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Ooctonus nigriflagellum Girault, 1914   [195]: 150; holotype ♀ in ZMHB. Mendonça Filho, 1972: 39 (transferred to Lymaenon   ); De Santis, 1979: 12, 366 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 189 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Paraguay, San Bernardino.

Cosmocomoidea   h-lutea (Ogloblin). Lymaenon h-luteum Ogloblin, 1938 a: 29   ; lectotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1967: 10, 104 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: Argentina: Buenos Aires, Villa Ballester. Synonymy under nigriflagellum   by Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 189.

Cosmocomoidea nigrithorax (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon nigrithorax Ogloblin, 1953: 2   ; lectotype ♀ in MLPA. De Santis, 1967: 104 [transferred to Gonatocerus   ( Gonatocerus   )]; Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 194 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina, Misiones, Monte Carlo.

Cosmocomoidea novifasciata (Girault)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus novifasciatus Girault, 1911   [96]: 266; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 200 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: USA, Tennessee, no locality given.

Cosmocomoidea oxypygus (Foerster)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus oxypygus Foerster, 1856: 118   ; neotype ♀ in MHNG, designated by Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 150. Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 150 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Europe, possibly Germany, Aachen (see Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 150, for discussion of locality).

Cosmocomoidea megalura Mathot.   Lymaenon megalura Mathot, 1969: 8   ; holotype ♀ in IRSNB. TL: Belgium, Louvain. Synonymy under G. oxypygus   by Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 150.

Cosmocomoidea ovicenatus (Leonard & Crosby)   . Gonatocerus ovicenatus Leonard & Crosby, 1915: 545   ; lectotype ♀ in CUIC (examined). TL: USA, New York, Ithaca. Synonymy under G. oxypygus   by Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 150.

Cosmocomoidea parcepilosa (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon parcepilosus Ogloblin, 1957: 35   ; holotype ♀ in MLPA. De Santis, 1967: 10, 105 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 202 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina: Neuquén, Pucará, Lago Lacar.

Cosmocomoidea portoricensis (Dozier)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus portoricensis Dozier, 1937: 131   ; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 205 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). TL: Puerto Rico, Isabela.

Cosmocomoidea quadrivittata (Dozier)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus quadrivittatus Dozier, 1932: 81   ; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 207 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Haiti, Port-au-Prince.

Cosmocomoidea quirogai (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon quirogai Ogloblin, 1936: 44   ; holotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). TL: Argentina, Misiones, Tedyú Cuaré, opposite San Ignacio. Ogloblin, 1959 a: 50 [placed in Lymaenon   (Cosmocomoide a)]; De Santis, 1967: 10, 106 [(transferred to Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )].

Cosmocomoidea rakitovi (Triapitsyn)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus (Cosmocomoidea) rakitovi Triapitsyn   , in Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 212; holotype ♀ in UCRC (examined). TL: Costa Rica, Cartago, Parque Nacional Tapantí, 1290 m.

Cosmocomoidea rasnitsyni (Huber)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus rasnitsyni Huber   in Huber & Greenwalt, 2011: 483; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: USA, Montana, Flathead River, Kishenehn Formation.

Cosmocomoidea rogersi (Matthews)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus rogersi Matthews, 1986: 222   ; holotype ♀ in BMNH. Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 161 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: England, Hampshire, Awbridge.

Cosmocomoidea rufescens (Ashmead)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Polynema rufescens Ashmead, 1904: 521   ; holotype ♂ in USNM (examined). Ogloblin, 1946: 286 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 213 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Brazil, Pernambuco.

Cosmocomoidea sahadevani (Subba Rao & Kaur)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Lymaenon sahadevani Subba Rao & Kaur, 1959: 231   ; holotype ♀ in IARI. Subba Rao & Hayat, 1983: 136 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). TL: India, New Delhi.

Cosmocomoidea schajovskoii (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon schajovskoii ( Ogloblin, 1957: 37)   ; holotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1967: 10, 105 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ). Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 215 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina: Neuquén, Pucará, Lago Lacar.

Cosmocomoidea seminigra (Ogloblin)   , comb n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon (Cosmocomoidea) Ogloblin, 1959 a: 53   ; holotype ♀ in MLPA. De Santis, 1979: 12, 368 [transferred to Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Ecuador, Esmeraldas, San Mateo.

Cosmocomoidea tremulae (Bakkendorf)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon tremulae Bakkendorf, 1934: 30   ; lectotype ♀ in ZMUC (lost). Bakkendorf did not specify a holotype or state the number of specimens he examined so the holotype designation by Matthews (1986) is deemed a lectotype under ICZN Rule 74.6. Bouček & Graham, 1978 a: 109 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 163 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ), and lectotype fixation]. TL: Denmark, Copenhagen, Fortunen Indelukke. Synonymy under G. ovicenatus   by Baquero & Jordana, 2002: 16; treated as separate species by Pricop, 2010: 117.

Cosmocomoidea trialbifuniculatus (Subba Rao)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus trialbifuniculatus Subba Rao 1989: 147   ; holotype ♀ in BMNH (examined). TL: India, Karnataka, 25 km W. Mudigere.

Cosmocomoidea triangulifera (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon triangulifer Ogloblin, 1959 a: 56   ; holotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1979: 367 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 221 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Ecuador, Esmeraldas, San Mateo

Cosmocomoidea triguttata (Girault)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus triguttatus Girault, 1916   [287]: 297; lectotype ♀ in USNM (examined). Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 222 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Trinidad, Caroni.

Cosmocomoidea tuberculifemur (Ogloblin)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Lymaenon tuberculifemur Ogloblin, 1957: 38   ; holotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). De Santis, 1967: 10, 105 (transferred to Gonatocerus   ); Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 225 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina: Neuquén, Pucará, Lago Lacar.

Cosmocomoidea uat (Triapitsyn)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus uat S. Triapitsyn   in Triapitsyn et al., 2006: 58, holotype ♀ in UCRC (examined). Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 227 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Mexico, San Luis Potosí, Ciudad Valles.

Cosmocomoidea udakamanda (Mani & Saraswat)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   . Gonatocerus udakamandus Mani & Saraswat, 1973: 96   ; holotype ♀ in USNM (examined). TL: India, Ootacamund, Doddabetta.

Cosmocomoidea virlai   (Triapitsyn, Logarzo & de León), comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus virlai S. Triapitsyn, Logarzo   & de León in Triapitsyn et al., 2007: 62; holotype ♀ in MLPA (examined). Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 229 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: Argentina, Tucumán, Tafí Viejo.

Cosmocomoidea walkerjonesi (Triapitsyn)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus walkerjonesi S. Triapitsyn, 2006: 15   ; holotype ♀ in UCRC (examined). Triapitsyn et al., 2010: 231 [placed in Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   )]. TL: USA, California, Ventura Co., Fillmore.

Cosmocomoidea woohoo (Triapitsyn)   , comb. n. from Gonatocerus   ( Cosmocomoidea   ). Gonatocerus (Cosmocomoidea) Triapitsyn, 2013 a: 168   ; holotype ♀ in CAS. TL: Russia, Sakhalinskaya Oblast’, Sakhalin Island, ~ 6 km E. Sokol.

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

NHMW

Naturhistorisches Museum, Wien

IARI

Indian Agricultural Research Institute

DEZA

Dipartimento di Entomologia e Zoologia Agraria dell'Universita

IRSNB

Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique

UCRC

University of California, Riverside

MACN

Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales Bernardino Rivadavia

CNC

Canadian National Collection of Insects, Arachnids, and Nematodes

NPC

National Pusa Collection

ZIN

Russian Academy of Sciences, Zoological Institute, Zoological Museum

INHS

Illinois Natural History Survey

MHNG

Museum d'Histoire Naturelle

CUIC

Cornell University Insect Collection

ZMUC

Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen

CAS

California Academy of Sciences

Kingdom

Animalia

Loc

Cosmocomoidea Howard

Huber, John T. 2015
2015
Loc

Cosmocomoidea elizavetae

Triapitsyn 2013: 214
2013
Loc

Cosmocomoidea garyi

Manickavasagam 2013: 89
2013
Loc

Cosmocomoidea gunathilagaraji

Manickavasagam 2013: 92
2013
Loc

Cosmocomoidea heratyi

Manickavasagam 2013: 97
2013
Loc

Cosmocomoidea kikimora

Triapitsyn 2013: 141
2013
Loc

Cosmocomoidea woohoo

Triapitsyn 2013: 168
2013
Loc

Cosmocomoidea hayati

Zeya 2012: 59
2012
Loc

Cosmocomoidea kashipurensis

Zeya 2012: 58
2012
Loc

Cosmocomoidea greenwalti

Huber 2011: 486
2011
Loc

Cosmocomoidea kootenai

Huber 2011: 481
2011
Loc

Cosmocomoidea rasnitsyni

Huber 2011: 483
2011
Loc

Cosmocomoidea monticola

Zeya 1995: 68
1995
Loc

Cosmocomoidea helavai

Yoshimoto 1990: 87
1990
Loc

Cosmocomoidea trialbifuniculatus

Subba 1989: 147
1989
Loc

Cosmocomoidea impar

Huber 1988: 69
1988
Loc

Cosmocomoidea incompta

Huber 1988: 67
1988
Loc

Cosmocomoidea inexpectata

Huber 1988: 75
1988
Loc

Cosmocomoidea inflatiscapus

Huber 1988: 70
1988
Loc

Cosmocomoidea udakamanda

Mani 1973: 96
1973
Loc

Cosmocomoidea populi

Triapitsyn 2013: 122
Triapitsyn 2013: 119
Matthews 1986: 222
Graham 1973: 48
Viggiani 1969: 40
1969
Loc

Cosmocomoidea crassicornis

Triapitsyn 2013: 137
Triapitsyn 2013: 137
Viggiani 1969: 44
1969
Loc

Cosmocomoidea megalura

Triapitsyn 2013: 150
Mathot 1969: 8
1969
Loc

Cosmocomoidea intermedia (Boţoc)

Triapitsyn 2013: 119
Pricop 2010: 113
Matthews 1986: 222
Botoc 1962: 108
1962
Loc

Cosmocomoidea nigroides

Zeya 1995: 70
Narayanan 1961: 656
1961
Loc

Cosmocomoidea indica

Zeya 1995: 70
Subba 1959: 229
1959
Loc

Cosmocomoidea schmitzi

Matthews 1986: 221
Matthews 1986: 221
Debauche 1948: 86
1948
Loc

Cosmocomoidea pannonica

Triapitsyn 2013: 119
Matthews 1986: 221
Soyka 1946: 39
1946
Loc

Cosmocomoidea inaudita

Ogloblin 1936: 36
1936
Loc

Cosmocomoidea capitata

Gahan 1932: 754
1932
Loc

Cosmocomoidea lucida

Dodd 1919: 161
1919
Loc

Cosmocomoidea ovicenatus

Triapitsyn 2013: 150
Leonard 1915: 545
1915
Loc

Cosmocomoidea

Triapitsyn 2013: 117
Triapitsyn 2013: 213
Matthews 1986: 220
De 1979: 367
Ogloblin 1959: 44
Howard 1908: 69
1908
Loc

Cosmocomoidea morrilli

De 1979: 12
Boucek 1972: 127
Ogloblin 1959: 50
Howard 1908: 69
1908
Loc

Cosmocomoidea oxypygus

Triapitsyn 2013: 150
Triapitsyn 2013: 150
Triapitsyn 2013: 150
Foerster 1856: 118
1856
Loc

Cosmocomoidea atra (Förster)

Triapitsyn 2013: 119
Zeya 1995: 70
Matthews 1986: 221
Subba 1966: 195
Dalla 1898: 429
Foerster 1847: 206
Forster 1841: 45
1841