Entomological Review

, Volume 86, Issue 3, pp 324–336 | Cite as

Palaearctic species of the genus Dinotrema foerster Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Alysiinae) with a prescutal pit and long ovipositor

  • V. I. Tobias


Descriptions of new species and a key to species of the genus Dinotrema with a prescutal pit and long ovipositor are given. Eighteen new species are described form Russia (D. calamitosum sp. n., also from Moldova): D. caecillum sp. n. (Kamchatka), D. caecum sp. n. (Kamchatka), D. caelium sp. n. (Primorskii Territory), D. caesennium sp. n. (Novgorod Province), D. caesonium sp. n. (Primorskii Terr.), D. caesum sp. n. (Novgorod Prov.), D. calamitosum sp. n. (Leningrad Prov. and Moldova), D. callidum sp. n. (Novgorod Prov. and Sakhalin), D. calpurinum sp. n. (Amur Prov. and Khabarovsk Terr.), D. calvisum sp. n. (Khabarovsk and Primorskii Terr.), D. calvum sp. n. (Primorskii Terr.), D. canaliculatum sp. n. (Novgorod Prov.), D. captiosum sp. n. (Primorskii Terr.), D. carnifex sp. n. (Primorskii Terr.), D. cassium sp. n. (Amur Prov.), D. castum sp. n. (Amur Prov.). D. cautulum sp. n. (Primorskii Terr.), D. cerinum sp. n. (Khabarovsk and Primorskii Territories). The following species are included in the key, in addition to the new species listed above: D. aureliae (Fi.), Austria; D. caudatum (Thorns.), Sweden, England, Ireland; new record: Russia (Karelia, Leningrad and Novgorod Prov., Primorskii Terr.); D. denticulatum (Stelfox et Graham), Ireland; D. divisum (Stelfox et Graham), Great Britain, Austria, Russia [Leningrad Prov.; new records: Novgorod and Bryansk Prov., Krasnodar (Sochi) and Primorskii Terr.]; new records: Moldova, Ukraine (Kanev, the Crimea); D. falsificum (Stelfox. et Graham), Ireland, Germany, Switzerland; D. fungicola Tobias, Russia [Karelia, Voronezh Prov.; new records: Leningrad and Novgorod Provinces, Kamchatka, Kuril Islands (Kunashir)]; D. leptocauda (Fi.), Austria; new records: Russia (Novgorod Prov., Primorskii Terr.), Japan; D. macrura (Thorns.), Sweden; D. tuberculatum Acht., the Netherlands; new record: Russia (Leningrad Prov., Buryatia, Kamchatka, Primorskii Terr.); D. yasumatsui (Wat.), Japan.


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  • V. I. Tobias
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  1. 1.Zoological InstituteRussian Academy of SciencesSt. PetersburgRussia

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