313 A new genus and three new species of Pteromalidae from Sweden Notes on Chalcidoidea XII (Hymenoptera) KARL-JOHAN HEDQVIST Kvaseria flavipes n. gen., n. sp. from Prov. Dalarna, Lariophagus rufipes n. sp. from Prov. Uppland and Närke, and Ablaxia robusta n. sp. from Prov. Blekinge, Öland and SmÅland are described. Keys to the European males and females of Lariophagus spp. are given. K.-J. Hedqvist, Swedish nat. Sci. Res. Council, c/o Dept of Ent., Mus. nat. Hist., S-10405 Stockholm, Sweden. Kvaseria n. gen. Type species: Kvaseria flavipes n. sp. Diagnosis: Kvaseria n. gen. is difficult to place. In Graham's (1969) key it runs near to Endomychobius Ashm. From Endomychobius it differs as follows: clypeus with two indistinct lobes (not slightly curved forward as in Endomychobius), all funicular segments nearly quadratic with few sensillae (in Endomychobius transverse with many sensillae in one row), collar long, puncturation different etc. Derivation of name: The new genus is named after Kvaser, a God in the old Nordic legends. Description Head wider than thorax. Antennae, 11263, inserted just above a level with anterior margin of eyes. Anterior margin of clypeus projecting slightly with two indistinct lobes between which there is a shallow emargination. Collar
Insect Systematics & Evolution – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1978
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