Cerocephalinae Gahan, 1946

Blaeser, Marcel, Krogmann, Lars & Peters, Ralph S., 2015, Two new fossil genera and species of Cerocephalinae (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea, Pteromalidae), including the first record from the Eocene, ZooKeys 545, pp. 89-100: 90-92

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.545.6470

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:61C2313F-3417-4169-8E35-59D134F884E0

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scientific name

Cerocephalinae Gahan, 1946
status

 

Taxon classification Animalia Hymenoptera Pteromalidae

Subfamily Cerocephalinae Gahan, 1946  

Diagnosis.

Intertorular area with prominence that can be a carina or tooth-shaped (also referred to as inner antennal process (iap)). Fore wing disc bare or with setae reduced to setal bases (pilose only in Pteropilosa   gen. n.), with marginal fringe, fore wing always with thickened juncture between marginal vein and submarginal vein (parastigma), marginal vein elongate, postmarginal and stigmal vein shortened, postmarginal vein usually shorter than stigmal vein. Mesonotum with complete notauli. Hind tibia with two spurs.

Key to extant and fossil genera of Cerocephalinae  

This key is modified after Krogmann (2013) and includes the two new fossil genera described herein.