Anagyrus, Howard, 1896

Soler, José María, Falcó-Garí, José Vicente, Herrero, Berta & Aquino, Daniel Alejandro, 2021, The Anagyrus (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae) parasitoids of the obscure mealybug Pseudococcus viburni (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) in Spain, with description of a new species, Zootaxa 4980 (1), pp. 83-98: 94

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4980.1.5

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:349C80B5-A5DC-4E72-8BD0-EF1913000562

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4945800

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/B97AA55D-2067-8320-89A2-FA75FA66F814

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Plazi

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Anagyrus
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Key to Anagyrus   parasitoids of Planococcus   and Pseudococcus   mealybugs in Eastern Spain (females)

1 Clava dark, testaceous, brown or black ( Figs. 2 View FIGURES 1–5 , 7, 28)....................................................... 2

- Clava white (Figs. 15, 24, 26)........................................................................... 4

2(1) F1 brown, very dark, nearly black, F2 and basal half of F3, white, F4 to F6 pale brown; clava pale brownish yellow ( Fig. 2 View FIGURES 1–5 ). Forewing with the postmarginal vein clearly shorter than stigmal vein ( Fig. 3 View FIGURES 1–5 )................... Anagyrus aligarhensis  

- F1 variable, F2-F6 and clava uniformly dark (Figs. 7, 28). Postmarginal vein of fore wing similar or longer than stigmal vein (Figs. 8, 29)......................................................................................... 3

3(2) Antenna with all segments of flagellum completely black (Fig. 7). Head generally orange (fig. 6). Fore wing with a zone of white and pale setae only located at the apical extreme (Fig. 8)................................ Anagyrus fusciventris  

- F1 black and basally white (Fig. 28). Head testaceous-brown, inner orbits of eyes yellowish (Fig. 30). Forewing with a pattern of white and pale setae forming a broad longitudinal medial hyaline band from the basal extreme to the apical one (Fig. 29).................................................................................... Anagyrus matritensis  

4(1) Head black (Figs. 14, 15). F1 to F4 completely black, F5 partially black (65% black basally and 35% white apically), F6 and clava completely white (Fig. 15)................................................ Anagyrus borrianensis   sp. nov.

- Head orange to yellowish (Figs. 24, 26). F2-F6 white (Figs. 24, 26)............................................. 5

5(4) First funicle segment contrastingly partially black (basal half or so) and white (distal half or so), rest of flagellum completely white (Fig. 24)...................................................................... Anagyrus pseudococci  

- First funicle segment completely black and rest of flagellum white (Fig. 28)....................... Anagyrus vladimiri