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A new Species of Apanteles (Hym. Brac.) bred from Carposina adreptella attacking Raspberry in New Zealand

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 July 2009

D. S. Wilkinson
Affiliation:
Imperial Institute of Entomology.

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Apanteles carposinae, sp. n.

♀. Black; the front legs entirely (save for the black feet and for some occasional slight darkening on femora above and below, on tibiae above, and on coxae and tarsi), middle legs entirely (save for the black feet and for femora darkened above and below and for some occasional slight darkening on tibiae and coxae), hind coxae at apex below, hind trochanters and trochantines, hind femora (save above and below extensively), hind tibiae, hind tarsi (save for black feet and some darkening), and palpi, red testaceous; tibial spurs pale; wings infumated evenly throughout and the setae coloured; stigma, metacarp, and all veins, brown; stigma uniformly opaque.

♂. Black; front coxae (save at base), front trochanters and trochantines, front femora (save for darkening above and below, which is sometimes strong), front tibiae (save for strong darkening above), front tarsi (save for some darkening and the black feet), middle coxae (save at base or even basal half), middle trochanters and trochantines largely, middle femora (save for extensive strong darkening above and below), hind coxae at apex below to some extent in the lighter but not in the darker examples, hind femora (save for extensive strong darkening above and below), and palpi, red testaceous; the four posterior tibiae and tarsi, and the hind trochanters and trochantines, largely darkened throughout save perhaps in an occasional lighter example; tibial spurs pale; wings infumated evenly throughout and the setae coloured; stigma, metacarp, and all veins, brown; stigma uniformly opaque.

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