Kocourekia Bouček, 1966, Boucek, 1966

Zhu, Chao-Dong, 2017, Notes on Kocourekia Bouček (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae: Tetrastichinae) with description of a new species from China, Zootaxa 4317 (2), pp. 391-400: 392

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4317.2.13

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scientific name

Kocourekia Bouček, 1966
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Kocourekia Bouček, 1966  

Kocourekia Bouček, 1966: 376   –377; ♀. Type species: Kocourekia hirtula Bouček, 1966   , by monotypy.

Diagnosis. Female. Flagellum spindle-like, with funicle 3-segmented and clava 3-segmented, without distinct terminal spine; funicular segments distinctly transverse; pedicel rather large in relation to the distinctly transverse F1. Head, including eyes, rather densely hairy; gena with or without malar sulcus; anterior margin of clypeus strongly bilobed. Pronotum moderately elongate; mesoscutum without a median line; scutellum without submedian lines. Pronotum and mesoscutum dorsally with numerous setae scattered over entire surface, not in rows; scutellum with numerous uniformly scattered setae over entire surface or with a bare median line. Axilla distinctly shifted forward, sharp angular anteriorly. Propodeum without carinae or plicae, with the rim of large spiracle exposed. Hypopygium extended beyond middle of gaster. Legs short, with fore and hind femora distinctly enlarged. Male. Unknown.

Remarks. We are uncertain whether the two strongly transverse, discoidal structures between the pedicel and F1 ( Fig. 3 View FIGURES 1 – 4 ) are true anelli. Further, the presence of CPS is difficult to discern using a stereomicroscope. This may be why these structures were not mentioned or illustrated for K. hirtula   by Bouček (1966, fig. 6) or for K. clavigera   by Bouček (1977, fig. 24). Further, which segments comprise the funicle and the clava is not clearly evident for K. fusis   , as for K. clavigera   ( Bouček 1977, fig, 24), but we regard the first three flagellomeres (excluding any anellus) as the funicle and the subsequent three flagellomeres as the clava following the description of the antenna for the type species of the genus by Bouček (1966).

CPS

University of Puget Sound, Slater Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Eulophidae

Loc

Kocourekia Bouček, 1966

Zhu, Chao-Dong 2017
2017
Loc

Kocourekia Bouček, 1966 : 376

Boucek 1966: 376
1966