Lonchodryinus tricolor Kieffer, 1905

Martins, André Luis & Olmi, Massimo, 2021, Contribution to the knowledge of the Neotropical Anteoninae (Hymenoptera, Dryinidae), with the descriptions of two new species and new records, Papéis Avulsos de Zoologia (Pap. Avulsos Zool., S. Paulo) 61, pp. 1-10 : 9

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https://doi.org/ 10.11606/1807-0205/2021.61.71

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Lonchodryinus tricolor Kieffer, 1905
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Lonchodryinus tricolor Kieffer, 1905 ( Figs. 4 View Figure 4 A-F, 5A, B, 7)

Lonchodryinus tricolor Kieffer, 1905: 96 . Holotype female. Brazil, Goiás (MNHN, examined directly by MO and through photographs by ALM).

Comments: The studied specimens from Brazil studied here differs from the holotype in the following characters:The body length of female changes from 5.2-7.5 mm. Head with mandible ( Fig. 4B View Figure 4 ) testaceous, except teeth dark brown; frons ( Figs. 4B, D View Figure 4 ) rugose and punctate, vertex punctate, unsculptured among punctures; clypeus ( Fig. 4B View Figure 4 ) rugose; gena rugose and partially punctate; frontal line complete. Pronotum ( Fig. 4C View Figure 4 ) with central region smooth and lateral surfaces rugose and finely punctate; notauli incomplete ( Figs. 4C View Figure 4 , 5A View Figure 5 ) reaching approximately 0.9 × length of mesoscutum (in holotype about 0.7); mesoscutellum ( Fig. 4C View Figure 4 ) partially finely punctate; mesopleuron rugose and finely punctate; metapleuron rugose, punctate and with several transverse carinae. Ocellar ratio: OL = 7, POL = 12, OOL = 11, OPL = 1, TL = 0. Antenna filiform and not clavate. Antennomeres in following proportions: 35:11:50:39:25:18:16:15:20. Ratio of vein Rs: 2r-rs = 21 and 3Rs&4Rs = 43. Protarsomeres in following proportions: 38:6:8:36:54; 5 th protarsomere with two rows of approximately 62 lamellae (in holotype about 57); distal apex with about seven lamellae (in holotype about nine). Claw of midle and posterior legs with basal expansion very development. Dorsal surface of propodeum as long as posterior surface (30:30).

Male: Unknown. Type material: Brazil: Holotype: ♀, BRAZIL: Goiás “Brésil”

“Goyez” “Museum Paris\ Collection\ Ernest André\ 1914” “Dryinus\ tricolor” “ Type ” “ Lonchodryinus \ tricolor Kieff

“ ♀ ” “Kieffer det.” “Muséum Paris\ EY 11379”. Additional material examined: Brazil, Bahia: 1 ♀,

Brazil, BA, Aracatu ,\ Faz. Lagoa do Tamburi,\ 14.4619°S 41.4619°W,\ 9-10.ii.2013, A. Ferreira &\ M. FranÇa, Luminosa GoogleMaps ; 7 ♀, same data, except 7-8.iii.2013 GoogleMaps ; 6 ♀, same data, except 8-9.v.2013 GoogleMaps ; 2 ♀, same data, except 6-7. vi.2013 GoogleMaps ; 2 ♀, same data, except 21-22.xii.2013 ( UEFS). São Paulo: 1 ♀, “ Brasil, SP, Macaubal 25.vi.2007,\ F.B. Noll, Malaise” “ Dryinidae 020” ( ZSJRP) GoogleMaps ; 1 ♀, Brasil, SP, São Luiz do Paraitinga , Parque Estadual Serra Mar – Núcleo Santa Virgínia, 23°19′17.9″S / 45°05′42.9″W, Malaise trap, 21.XII.2010, N.W. Perioto et al., leg., ( LRRP). Minas Gerais: 3 ♀, “ Brasil, MG, 10km a\ SE de Berizal, Faz.\ Veredão, 850 m,\ 15.665°S 41.666°W,\ 11.xii.2012, G. Melo ” “Armadilha\ luminosa” ( DZUP) GoogleMaps ; 1 ♀, “ Brasil, MG, 12km N\ de Águas Vermelhas,\ Faz. Faceiro , 845-850 m,\ 15.640°S 41.477°W,\ 12.xii.2012, G. Melo &\ P. Grossi, luminosa” ( DZUP) GoogleMaps ; 1 ♀, same data, except 14.xii.2012 ( DZUP). Paraná: 1 ♀, “ DEPTO ZOOL \ UF-PARANÁ” “ Morretes Brasil \ ( IAPAR)\ 20.ii.1985 \ C.I.I.F. (Luminosa) ( DZUP) GoogleMaps ; 1 ♀, “ DEPTO ZOOL \ UF-PARANÁ”“Morretes-PR Brasil \ ( IAPAR)\ 13.iii.1985 \ C.I.I.F. (Luminosa) ( DZUP) .

Distribution: Lonchodryinus tricolor was previously known by females from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil (Bahia, Goiás, Pernambuco, Rondônia and São Paulo) and Paraguay ( Olmi & Virla, 2014; Martins et al., 2015) ( Fig. 7 View Figure 7 ). Here we recorded also for the first time from the Brazilian states of Minas Gerais and Paraná. In addition, its distribution is extended to new localities in Bahia and São Paulo ( Fig. 7 View Figure 7 ).

Remarks: Lonchodryinus tricolor has wide distribution in different Brazilian ecosystems (Caatinga, Cerrado, and Atlantic Forest) suggesting that their hosts (probably Cicadellidae ) are polyphagous and feed on different plants.

UEFS

Laboratorio de Ictiologia

MG

Museum of Zoology

DZUP

Universidade Federal do Parana, Colecao de Entomologia Pe. Jesus Santiago Moure

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Dryinidae

Genus

Lonchodryinus

Loc

Lonchodryinus tricolor Kieffer, 1905

Martins, André Luis & Olmi, Massimo 2021
2021
Loc

Lonchodryinus tricolor

Kieffer 1905: 96
1905