Aleiodes hyalinus Shimbori & Shaw
Shaw, Scott R., Shimbori, Eduardo M. & Penteado-Dias, Angelica M., 2020, A revision of the Aleiodes bakeri (Brues) species subgroup of the A. seriatus species group with the descriptions of 18 new species from the Neotropical Region, ZooKeys 964, pp. 41-107: 41
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|Aleiodes hyalinus Shimbori & Shaw|
Holotype, female ( DCBU #21839) "Rio Mogi Guaçu Luís Antônio-SP luz, 28.XII.1989 L.A. Joaquim, col."
Paratypes. 1 female ( DCBU #21838), same as holotype; 1 male ( DCBU #21840), same data except “18.II.1988”; 1 female ( DCBU #21812) "Faz. Jacutinga São Carlos - SP 28.IX.1987, luz, U. Fernandes col."; 1 male ( DCBU #21815) "Faz. Canchim São Carlos - SP 29.III.1985 A.S. Soares, col."; 1 male ( DCBU #21813), same data except “3.II.1987”; 3 females, 1 male ( CNCI) "BRAZIL, 960m Bahia, Encruzilhada XI.1972 M. Alvarenga"; 1 female ( CNCI) "Brazil, Pedra Azul, M. Gerais XI.1972"; 1 female ( DZUP) “Jundiaí do Sul, PR, Brasil Fazenda Monte Verde 30.XI.1986 Luminosa, Lev. Ent. PROFAUPAR."
Body length 5.8-8.3 mm. Fore wing length 5.0-6.9 mm.
Head. In dorsal view eye length/temple 4.6-6.0. Eye height/head width 0.41-0.43. Eye height/minimum distance between eyes 1.3-1.4. OD/POL 2.0-3.6. OD/OOL 3.7-9.0. Frons excavated. Frons lateral carina weakly indicated. Occipital carina dorsally complete, weakly curved. Occiput in dorsal view nearly straight, not indented medially. Occipital carina ventrally meeting hypostomal carina. Mid-longitudinal crest at upper face present. Hypoclypeal depression/face width 0.33-0.36. Malar space/eye height 0.15-0.19. Face height/width 0.72-0.77. Clypeus height/width 0.6-0.7. Clypeus convex, granulate. Sculpture of head mostly granular-coriaceous, vertex granular-rugose, frons shiny granular-coriaceous. Face transversely rugose-striate, medially granular-coriaceous below crest.
Antenna. Antennal segments 47-54. Antenna/body length 1.1. Scape/pedicel length 1.8-2.1. Length of first/second flagellomere 1.1-1.2. Fourth flagellomere length/apical width 1.6-1.7. Tip of apical segment of antenna nipple-shaped.
Mesosoma. Length/height 1.5-1.6. Width of mesoscutum/width of head 0.68-0.78. Mesoscutum length/width 1.0-1.1. Pronotal collar/vertex 0.67-0.75. Prescutellar sulcus with complete mid-longitudinal carina, and a few irregular and incomplete carinae laterally. Mesoscutum posterior border with distinct complete carina. Metanotum with mid-longitudinal carina complete, connecting to a carinate pit posteriorly, or with complete mid-longitudinal carina, sometimes interrupted at middle. Metanotum mid-pit present, delimited by carinae. Mid-longitudinal carina of propodeum present and basal 0.5 or less, or nearly complete. Ventral mid-line of mesopleuron set within shallow smooth sulcus. Pit at ventral mid-line present, or weakly indicated. Notauli weakly indicated anteriorly, indistinctly crenulate. Sternaulus absent. Sculpture of mesosoma mostly granulate. Pronotum granulate ventrally, pronotal groove mostly crenulate, short subventral longitudinal carina present. Mesopleuron mostly rugose. Subalar groove crenulate. Mid-posterior region of mesoscutum rugose, with a short mid-longitudinal carina posteriorly. Mesoscutellar trough costate near scutellum. Metanotum mostly smooth and weakly crenulate. Propodeum mostly rugose.
Wings. Fore wing (Fig. 50 View Figures 48–50 ): Stigma length/height 3.4-3.6. Vein r/2RS 1.1-1.3. Vein r/RS+Mb 1.2-1.4. Vein 3RSa/2RS 1.5-1.9. Vein 3RSa/2M 0.77-0.87. Vein 3RSa/3RSb 0.37-0.44. Vein 1CUa/1CUb 0.8-0.9. Vein 1CUa/2CUa 1.6-1.8. Vein 1cu-a inclivous. Vein 1M weakly, evenly curved. Vein RS+Ma distinctly curved. Vein M+CU weakly sinuate. Vein 1-1A weakly sinuate at apex. Second submarginal cell trapezoidal. Vein 1a absent. Subbasal cell glabrous, with two parallel rows of short setae subapically, and a line of setae just below most part of veins M+CU/1CUa. Basal cell mostly evenly setose, more sparsely setose posteriorly. Hind wing: Vein RS bent at basal 0.3, with vein r present. Marginal cell narrowest at base. Vein M+CU/1M 1.5. Vein M+CU/r-m 1.2-1.3. Vein m-cu present, spectral, or partly tubular. Vein m-cu position relative to vein r-m distinctly antefurcal. Vein 2-1A absent. Basal cell sparsely setose, bare posteriorly.
Hind legs. Femur length/width 4.4-4.8. Length of tibia/tarsi ~ 0.9. Length of basitarsus/tarsi 2-4 ~ 0.7. Sculpture of hind coxa dorsally granulate. Tarsal claws not pectinate.
Metasoma. T1 length/apical width 1.1-1.2. T2 length/apical width 0.75-0.80. T3 length/apical width 0.45-0.60. Mid-longitudinal carina extending until basal 0.7 of T3. Metasoma sculpture T1 rugose, T2 and most of T3 striate-rugose, remainder terga granular-coriaceous. Ovipositor sheath/hind basitarsus 0.42-0.54. Apex of ovipositor sheaths truncate, without apical point.
Color (Fig. 48 View Figures 48–50 ). Body reddish brown. Stemmaticum black (Fig. 49 View Figures 48–50 ). Tegula dark brown. Wings subhyaline, veins light brown and stigma honey yellow (Fig. 50 View Figures 48–50 ). Ovipositor sheaths dark brown.
Male. Essentially as in female. Body length 5.9-6.8 mm; fore wing length 4.9-5.7 mm; antenna with 45-51 segments.
Aleiodes hyalinus is most similar to A. santarosensis , but its wings are entirely subhyaline with all veins honey yellow to light brown, without distinct darker regions (Fig. 50 View Figures 48–50 ). By contrast, the wings are tinged with yellow and with dark markings in A. santarosensis (Figs 76 View Figures 76–78 , 78 View Figures 76–78 ). The body is brownish orange or reddish brown in A. hyalinus (Fig. 48 View Figures 48–50 ), as opposed to being entirely yellow in A. santarosensis (Figs 76 View Figures 76–78 , 77 View Figures 76–78 ). The ovipositor sheath is mostly dark brown to black in A. hyalinus (Fig. 48 View Figures 48–50 ), as opposed to being light brown in A. santarosensis (Fig. 76 View Figures 76–78 ), and the basal cell is evenly setose in A. hyalinus (Fig. 50 View Figures 48–50 ), while in A. santarosensis the basal cell has a large bare area entirely lacking setae (Fig. 78 View Figures 76–78 ).
Aleiodes hyalinus is known only from localities in Brazil.
The name hyalinus is Latin for glass-like or clear being a reference to the lack of coloration in the wings of this species.
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