Acmopolynema campylurum Xu and Lin, 2002

Rameshkumar, A., Poorani, J. & V, Naveen, 2015, Additions to the Encyrtidae and Mymaridae (Chalcidoidea) of India with new distribution and host records for some species, Biodiversity Data Journal 3, pp. 5216-5216: 5216

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Acmopolynema campylurum Xu and Lin, 2002
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Acmopolynema campylurum Xu and Lin, 2002  

Acmopolynema campylura   Xu and Lin 2002: 147-148.

Materials

Type status: Other material. Occurrence: recordedBy: A Rameshkumar; individualCount: 1; sex: female; lifeStage: Adult; Location: continent: Asia; country: India; stateProvince: Meghalaya; municipality: Jaintia Hills; locality: Jowai ; verbatimElevation: 1297m; verbatimCoordinates: N25°27' E92°11'; Identification: identifiedBy: A Rameshkumar; Event: samplingProtocol: Net sweep; eventDate: 11-06-2013; habitat: forest land; Record Level: institutionID: National Bureau of Agricultural Insect Resources; institutionCode: NBAIR GoogleMaps  

Type status: Other material. Occurrence: recordedBy: Naveen V; individualCount: 1; sex: female; lifeStage: Adult; Location: continent: Asia; country: India; stateProvince: Meghalaya; county: Ri-Bhoi; municipality: Umiam; locality: ICAR complex ; verbatimElevation: 603m; verbatimCoordinates: N25°49', E91°52'; Identification: identifiedBy: A Rameshkumar; Event: samplingProtocol: Yellow pan traps; eventDate: 08-06-2013; habitat: weedy field; Record Level: institutionID: National Bureau of Agricultural Insect Resources; institutionCode: NBAIR GoogleMaps  

Diagnosis

Female. Body orange brown (Fig. 1a); antenna with F6 yellow or light brown. Vertex, scape, pronotum, coxae, femora and tibiae with short, blunt setae. Axilla with 3 or 4 foveae. Scutellum without a row of frenal foveae. Fore wing (Fig. 1c) with 2 brown spots (modified setae of types F and G on the basal spot and normal setae on the apical spot). Propodeum (Fig. 1b) with a medial groove extending from anterior margin to base of submedial carinae at posterior margin; propodeal submedial carinae very short, not reaching half length of propodeum. Ovipositor slightly exserted ( Triapitsyn and Berezovskiy 2007).<br/>

Distribution

China, Thailand ( Triapitsyn and Berezovskiy 2007), India (Meghalaya) (new record).