Trieces riodinis Gauld & Sithole, 2002,

Melo, Ivy Frizo De, Araújo, Carolina Rodrigues & Penteado-Dias, Angélica Maria, 2015, New species of Exochus Gravenhorst and Trieces Townes (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae, Metopiinae) and first record of seven species from Brazil, Zootaxa 4059 (1): -

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Trieces riodinis Gauld & Sithole, 2002
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Trieces riodinis Gauld & Sithole, 2002 

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Diagnosis. This species is easily recognized by the combination of the lateromedian longitudinal carinae on the propodeum, the basally pale marked hind tibia and the almost complete epicnemial carina ( Gauld, et al., 2002).

Remarks. The paratypes, at the BNHM, have the hind leg black with anterior apex of femur yellow; in Brazilian specimens the posterior apex of hind coxa and femur are yellow.

Distribution. Costa Rica, Peru, Brazil. The specimens were collected in Brazilian savannah (Assis and Itapeva) semideciduous forest (Santa Rita do Passa Quatro and Porto Ferreira) all in São Paulo State, tropical rainforest (Morretes) in State of Paraná and Amazon rainforest (Serra Norte) in Pará State.

Biology. Unknown.

Material examined. ( BMNH) Paratype, 16 ♀ San Ramón, 1200 m, VIII. 1996 – IV. 1997, Oly coll. ( DCBU) 1 ♀, Brazil, SP, Assis, Assis Ecological Station, Brazilian savannah, 22 ° 35 ’ 14 ”S 50 ° 22 ’ 38 ” W, Malaise trap, 04.X. 2008, C. S. Souza coll. 1 ♀, Brazil, SP, Itapeva, Itapeva Ecological Station, Brazilian savannah, 24 ° 4 ’ 6 ” S 49 ° 4 ’ 9.7 ” W, Malaise trap, 14.IV. 2008, A.M.P Dias coll. 3 ♀, Brazil, SP, Santa Rita do Passa Quatro, State Park of Vassununga, Praxedes forest, 21 ° 40 ’ 56 ” S 47 ° 37 ’ 13 ” W, Malaise trap, 29.XII. 2006, A.M.P. Dias coll, 2 ♀, same locality, 18.I. 2006. 1 ♀, Brazil, SP, Porto Ferreira, State Park of Porto Ferreira, 21 ° 50 ’ 52 ” S 47 ° 26 ’ 16 ” W, Malaise trap, 22.VIII. 2006, A.M.P Dias coll. 1 ♀, Brazil, PR, Morretes, State Park of Pau-oco, Malaise trap, 10– 13.IV. 2002, M.T. Tavares coll. 1 ♀, Brazil, PA, Serra Norte, 03.VII. 1984.

BNHM

Bombay Natural History Museum

DCBU

Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos