Podagrion beneficium Girault, 1915

Janšta, Petr, Delvare, Gérard, Baur, Hannes, Wipfler, Benjamin & Peters, Ralph S., 2020, Data-rich description of a new genus of praying mantid egg parasitoids, Lasallegrion gen. n. (Hymenoptera: Torymidae: Podagrionini), with a re-examination of Podagrion species of Australia and New Caledonia, Journal of Natural History 54 (9), pp. 755-790 : 784

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https://doi.org/ 10.1080/00222933.2020.1778112

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4333757

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scientific name

Podagrion beneficium Girault, 1915
status

 

Podagrion beneficium Girault, 1915

Podagrion beneficium Girault, 1915 [243]: 289–290. QLD: Gordonvale. Bouček (1988): 140.

Material examined: 1 ♀ lectotype (card, designated herein), USNM; labelled: Podagrion beneficium, Nr . 15,361, Cotype, Nelson near Cairns, N. Queensland, Australia. 2 ♀♀, 1 ♂ paralectotypes (card, designated herein), QMB: labelled: Podagrion beneficium, Hy . 1170, E. C.D. 1982. 1 ♀ paralectotype (slide, designated herein), QMB; labelled: Podagrion beneficum ♀ Type, 5100, varitarsus Gir., from mantid ootheca, 5103, Type ♀, loc. Kuranda, N.Q.

Remarks. The single female specimen from USNM is card-mounted and partially fragmented. No fragments are missing, they are all glued to the same card. This specimen is designated here as lectotype. The two female specimens from QMB are mounted on one card, one specimen is complete and in good condition, the other specimen is fragmented and lacks head and metasoma. The male specimen from QMB is cardmounted and lacks the head including antennae. The slide from QMB contains two coverslips. One square and larger coverslip contain an undescribed species of Podagrion ( Dahms 1983) (two females and one male), and one small complete circular coverslip contains a fragmented head and two incomplete antennae (one fragmented) of P. beneficum paralectotype. All examined material of P. beneficium belongs to the genus Podagrion .

USNM

USA, Washington D.C., National Museum of Natural History, [formerly, United States National Museum]

QMB

Australia, Queensland, South Brisbane, Queensland Museum

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

QMB

Queensland Museum, Brisbane

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Torymidae

Genus

Podagrion

Loc

Podagrion beneficium Girault, 1915

Janšta, Petr, Delvare, Gérard, Baur, Hannes, Wipfler, Benjamin & Peters, Ralph S. 2020
2020
Loc

Podagrion beneficium

Boucek Z 1988: 140
Girault 1915: 289-290
1915