Gonatocerus (Gonatocerus) granulosus (Ogloblin, 1959)

Triapitsyn, Serguei V., Huber, John T., Logarzo, Guillermo A., Berezovskiy, Vladimir V. & Aquino, Daniel A., 2010, Review of Gonatocerus (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae) in the Neotropical region, with description of eleven new species, Zootaxa 2456, pp. 1-243: 28-29

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Gonatocerus (Gonatocerus) granulosus (Ogloblin, 1959)
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Gonatocerus (Gonatocerus) granulosus (Ogloblin, 1959)  

( Figs 31–39 View FIGURES 31, 32 )

Lymaenon (Lymaenon) granulosus Ogloblin 1959a: 189   –192. Type locality: 25 de Mayo, Misiones, Argentina. Gonatocerus (Gonatocerus) granulosus (Ogloblin)   : De Santis 1967: 104 (catalog). Gonatocerus granulosus (Ogloblin)   : Yoshimoto 1990: 39 (list); Luft Albarracin et al. 2009: 9 (list; distribution in Argen-

tina).

Lymaenon granulosus Ogloblin   : Loiácono et al. 2005: 14 (type information).

Type material examined. Holotype male and allotype female [ MLPA] under the same coverslip on slide labeled: 1. “ Lymaenon granulosus A. Ogl.   25 de Mayo, Misiones 7.i.1958. V. K. B de Ogloblin Holo y allotypi”; 2. ‘3876”; 3. [red circle] “holo-type ♂ ”. The holotype male is complete, with the head collapsed, mounted dorsoventrally; the allotype female is mounted laterally.

We could not locate the specimens of G. (Gonatocerus) granulosus   in MLPA (under numbers 5074/3 and 5088/3), marked by Ogloblin as “paratypes” ( Loiácono et al. 2005), but they have no type status.

Material examined. ARGENTINA. ENTRE RÍOS, Parque Nacional El Palmar, Centro de Visitantes , 31°52’00.6’’S 58°12’30.3’’W, 12-24 m, 14.ii.2009, D.A. Aquino, A.V. Ossipov, S.V. Triapitsyn [1 ♀, UCRC] GoogleMaps   .

Redescription. FEMALE (allotype). Body length 873 µm. Head mostly brown, mesosoma partially light brown and partially brown, gaster light brown basally, distal gastral terga dark brown; scape light brown, pedicel brown, flagellum brown to dark brown; legs light brown to brown.

Antenna ( Fig. 32 View FIGURES 31, 32 ) with radicle about 0.4x total length of scape, rest of scape 2.6x as long as wide; pedicel longer than F1; F1, F2, and F4 subequal, narrower than other funicle segments, F3 a little longer than F2 or F4 and subequal to each of F5–F8; F3 and F5–F8 each with 2 mps; clava with 8 mps, 4.1x as long as wide, shorter than combined length of F5–F8.

Mesosoma ( Fig. 31 View FIGURES 31, 32 ). Pronotum (in non-type specimen from Parque Nacional El Palmar, Entre Ríos) 2- lobed (mediolongitudinally divided), not entire as drawn in Fig. 7 View FIGURES 5 – 7 by Ogloblin (1956). Dorsellum rhomboidal. Forewing ( Fig. 33) 4.1x as long as wide; longest marginal seta about 0.4x maximum wing width. Forewing disc slightly infumate throughout, bare behind submarginal vein, setose behind and beyond marginal vein. Hind wing 24–25x as long as wide; disc bare except for rows of setae along margins, slightly infumate throughout; longest marginal seta 3.0x maximum wing width.

Metasoma ( Fig. 31 View FIGURES 31, 32 ). Ovipositor 0.7x length of gaster, not exserted beyond its apex; ovipositor length: mesotibia length ratio 1.1:1.

MALE (holotype). Similar to female except for normal sexually dimorphic features and the following. Gaster light brown basally and brown distally. Antenna ( Fig. 38 View FIGURES 38, 39 ) with scape (excluding radicle) 2.0x as long as wide. Forewing ( Fig. 39 View FIGURES 38, 39 ) 4.0x as long as wide.

Measurements (µm) of the holotype. Body length 738. Mesosoma 289; gaster 345. Antenna: scape (including radicle) 75; pedicel 45; F1 67; F2 71; F3 78; F4 82; F5 79; F6 77; F7 79; F8 79; F9 80; F10 79; F11 90. Forewing 867:215; longest marginal seta 79. Hind wing: 677:30; longest marginal seta 91.

Diagnosis. Gonatocerus (Gonatocerus) granulosus   is characterized by the female antenna ( Fig. 32 View FIGURES 31, 32 ) bearing 2 mps on F3 and F5–F8. The illustrations of the antenna ( Fig. 34 View FIGURES 34 – 37 ), mesosoma and petiole ( Fig. 35 View FIGURES 34 – 37 ), forewing ( Fig. 36 View FIGURES 34 – 37 ), and hind wing ( Fig. 37 View FIGURES 34 – 37 ) are of the better slide-mounted non-type female specimen from Parque Nacional El Palmar, Entre Ríos, Argentina.

Distribution. NEOTROPICAL: Argentina.

Hosts. Unknown.

UCRC

University of California, Riverside

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Mymaridae

Genus

Gonatocerus

Loc

Gonatocerus (Gonatocerus) granulosus (Ogloblin, 1959)

Triapitsyn, Serguei V., Huber, John T., Logarzo, Guillermo A., Berezovskiy, Vladimir V. & Aquino, Daniel A. 2010
2010
Loc

Lymaenon granulosus

Loiacono 2005: 14
2005
Loc

Lymaenon (Lymaenon) granulosus

Luft 2009: 9
Yoshimoto 1990: 39
Ogloblin 1959: 189
1959