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A Revision of the Indo-Australian Species of the Genus Apanteles (Hym. Bracon.).—Part II

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 July 2009

D. S. Wilkinson
Affiliation:
Senior Assistant, Imperial Bureau of Entomology.

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39. Apanteles taeniaticornis, sp. n.

♀. Black; the four front legs (except their coxae), the basal third of the hind tibiae, red testaceous; hind femora red to red-black; basal ventrites and the lateral membranous margins of the 1st tergite pale reddish; palpi and hind tibial spurs white; the 9th to the 12th flagellar joints inclusive entirely cream-white; the apical half of the 8th, and the basal half of the 13th joint, rather pale; ovipositor red; stigma and wing veins dark brown; wings infumated.

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Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1928

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* Through a clerical error Apanteles lamprosemae was recorded in Part I of this paper as parasitising Lamprosema diemenalis, whereas in reality it was bred from a Lymantriid larva found on Aleuritis montana.

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