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Chrysis consanguinea Mocsáry, 1889

Chrysis consanguinea  Mocsáry, 1889
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Chorology: Europeo-Mediterranean
Chorology: Europeo-Mediterranean
Italian distribution of Chrysis consanguinea
Italian distribution







 

Help AiutoSystematic position of Chrysis consanguinea Mocsáry, 1889

Subfamily & Tribe Chrysidinae (Chrysidini) Size (mm)
Size (mm):
 
Genus & species Chrysis consanguinea Mocsáry, 1889
Species group viridula
Original combination Chrysis consanguinea Mocsáry, 1889
Type series Syntypi ♀♂ (Mus.: Geneva)
Original description Mediocris, elongata, subparallela, minus robusta, parcius cinereo-alboque pilosa, laete-cyanea unicolor (♀) vel in mesopleuris verticeque virescentibus (♂);pro- et mesonoto, scutello postscutelloque igneo-auratis; cavitate faciali profunda, dense subitissime transverse-striata, lateribus punctulato-coriacea, superne convexa, non marginata; fronte subangusta, antennis brevibus, crassiusculis, cano-puberuli, articulis duobus primis viridibus, reliquis in femina nigris, in mare rufo-annulatis, tertio brevi, secundo parum tantum longiore; genis brevibus, sublinearibus; vertice dense subtilius punctato-subreticulato, post stemmata nigro-aeneo; margine occipitali utrinque angulo parvo prominulo; pronoto longo, transverso-rectangulo, antice in medio profunde sulcato cum mesonoto, scutello postscutelloque convexo sat crasse punctato-reticulatis; metanoto dentibus postico-lateralibus brevibus, acutis; abdominis segmentis dorsalibus duobus primis igneo-auratis, primi troncatura antica trifossulata et tertio laete-cyaneis, hoc in mare supra seriem anteapicalem viridi-maculato, secundo tertioque imo basi nigro-aeneis, segmentis omnibus aequaliter dense rugosiuscule-punctatis, subcoriaceis, secundo carinula mediana in femina nulla, in mare sat distincta, tertio supra seriem anteapicalem leniter calloso, foveolis sat profunde immersis haud numerosis circiter 10 tantum magnis, per carinulam medianam interruptis, parum confluentibus, margine apicali longiusculo, incrassato convexo, dense punctulato, subarcuato et distincte insinuato; ventre pedibusque laete-cyaneis, illo apud marem segmento secundo linea seu potius carinula mediana aurea, his tarsis fusco-rufescentibus; alis hyalinis, venis fuscis, cellula radiali lanceolata subcompleta apice parum aperta. tegulis piceis. - ♂♀: long. 7 mm.

Chyss. viridulae Linn. (bidentatae Linn.) eiusque socius consanguinea; sed abdominis segmento dorsali tertio margine apicali longiusculo, producto, incrassato-convexo, sub-arcuato (sicut in Chrys. incrassata Spin.), et distincte trisinuato, non vero mediocri, subtruncato, ubique fere aequilongo et plus minusve undulato-subdentato, species mihi distinguenda esse videtur. Patria: Sicilia et Algeria (Setif. Coll. Saussurei).

Animadversio - Chrysis viridula Linn. eiusque varietates et sociae, animalibus huius sectionis valde similes, apud Tetrachrysidas inveniuntur, quia earum dentes apicales externi plerumque sat distincti breves triangulares et tantum intermedii brevissimi latissimique lenissime arcuato-obtusi sunt, quales in hac subgenere sat numerose reperiuntur; eas tamen cum Dahlbomo Tetrachrysidibus adnumerare mihi optime visum fuerat.
Synonymy bidentata sensu Linsenmaier, 1959; consanguinea Luc. is synonym of viridula or cylindrica in Linsenmaier, 1951
Systematic notes varieties: maculifrons (described for bidentata)

Help AiutoGeographic distribution of Chrysis consanguinea Mocsáry, 1889

World distribution
Type locality Italy (Sicily), Algeria
Kimsey & Bohart Palaearctic: Italy (Sicily), N Africa (as consanguinea)
Linsenmaier  
Other Authors  
Chorology Europeo-Mediterranean
Distribution notes  
Italian distribution according to the Checklist of the species of the Italian Fauna
Macroregion North (N): TRUE South (S): TRUE Sicily (Si): TRUE Sardinia (Sa): TRUE
Endemic FALSE
Italian distribution by Administrative Region (Personal evidences, Literature records and other sources)   
Adm. Region Literature records Personal records
Piemonte|Piedmont TRUE Gribodo, 1874; Invrea, 1922 (on umbrellifers); Rosa, 2005a; Strumia, 2005; TRUE
Valle d'Aosta|Aosta V. FALSE FALSE
Lombardia|Lombardy TRUE Casolari & Casolari, 1980; FALSE
Trentino Alto Adige FALSE FALSE
Veneto FALSE TRUE
Friuli V.G. FALSE FALSE
Liguria TRUE Rosa, 2005a (Euphorbia cyparrissias, Centranthus ruber, Umbelliferaceae); TRUE
Emilia Romagna TRUE Grandi, 1927 (as bidentata maculifrons); Strumia, 2005; FALSE
Toscana|Tuscany TRUE Rossi, 1792; Contarini, 1843; Strumia, 1995 (ypt), 2005; TRUE
Umbria TRUE Rosa, 2005a; FALSE
Marche FALSE FALSE
Lazio TRUE Grandi, 1934; Lepri, 1911; Rosa, 2005a; Strumia, 2005; FALSE
Abruzzo TRUE Rosa, 2005a; TRUE
Molise TRUE Strumia, 2005; FALSE
Campania FALSE FALSE
Puglia|Apulia TRUE Strumia, 2005; FALSE
Basilicata FALSE FALSE
Calabria TRUE Costa, 1882; Rosa, 2005; Strumia, 2005; TRUE
Sicilia|Sicily TRUE Sichel, 1860; Buysson, 1898; Mocsáry, 1889 (as consanguinea Luc.); Buysson, 1890; Bischoff, 1910 (as consanguinea Luc.); Linsenmaier, 1959 (as bidentata iberica); Strumia, 2005; TRUE
Sardegna|Sardinia TRUE Strumia, 1995, 2005; FALSE
Distribution notes the distribution of the taxon includes the data referred to consanguinea Mocs. and to bidentata Luc. sensu Linsenmaier, 1959

Help AiutoBiology of Chrysis consanguinea Mocsáry, 1889

Known Hosts
Polyphagous
FALSE
 
Tenthredinidae
FALSE
Vespidae
FALSE
Eumenidae
FALSE
Masaridae
FALSE
Sphecidae
FALSE
Apidae
FALSE
Colletidae
FALSE
Halictidae
FALSE
Megachilidae
FALSE
Anthophoridae
FALSE
Lepidoptera
FALSE
Notes on Hosts
Known Habitat
Habitat  
Plants for rest/refuge on umbrellifers (Invrea, 1922)
Parasites  
Biological notes  

For citation purposes:

Agnoli G.L. & Rosa P., 2017 : Chrysis consanguinea Mocsáry, 1889 . In: Chrysis.net Database of the Italian Chrysididae, interim version 20 July 2017 . URL: http://www.chrysis.net/database/.