Chrysura sulcata (Dahlbom, 1845)

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    Chrysura sulcata (Dahlbom, 1845)

    Chrysura sulcata (Dahlbom, 1845)
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    Chorology: Turano-European
    Chorology: Turano-European
    Italian distribution of Chrysura sulcata
    Italian distribution

    Systematic position of Chrysura sulcata (Dahlbom, 1845)

    Subfamily & Tribe Chrysidinae (Chrysidini) Size (mm)
    Size (mm):
     
    Genus & species Chrysura sulcata (Dahlbom, 1845)
    Species group radians
    Original combination Chrysis sulcata Dahlbom, 1845
    Type series Holotypus (Mus.: Stockholm)
    Original description Divis. 2. Abdominis dorsum totum aureum. Venter igneus.”
    Subdivis. 1. Thorax cyaneus, aut ex parte virescens.”
    A. Abdominis segmentum 3:tium supra seriem punctorum anteapicalem non elevatum”.
    Thorax viridis. Abd. Segm. 3:tii margo apicalis incrassatus: sulculo transverso. Corpus 3 1/3 lin. long.
    6 Ch. sulcata nob. Rhodus rar. Hedenborg”.

    [from Dahlbom, 1854: 116]
    Oblonga 2 1/2 - 3 lin. decimal. long. subrobusta, antice punctato - reticulata cyaneo - viridi - variegata, abdomine
    ovali confertim punctato et punctulato igneo-aureo, segmentorum 2:di et 3:tii marginibus basalibus nigro-aeneis,
    segmento 3:tio magno semicirculari modice convexo, margine apicali infra seriem incrassato distincte transverse sulcato, alis hyalinis disco sordidis, cellula radiali incompleta, postscutello conice prominulo.
    Chrysura sulcata Dlbm. Dispos. 1845. 7. 6.
    Habitat in Sicilia: D. Kollàr Mus. Vienn.; in insula Rhodo, mense Majo, D.D. Hedenborg et Loew.
    Observ. Caput, thorax et pedes largiter cano- et cinereo-fusco-pubescentia. Caput mediocre, rotundato subcubico-
    triangulare viride, vertice convexo-depresso confertissime punctato- et punctulato reticulato; cavitas facialis obsoleta, superne cum fronte confluens: carinula illa limitativa omnino carens, tota confertissime punctulato-coriacea. Antennae mediocres; scapus, pedicellus et articulus 3:ius virides, articuli reliqui omnes nigro-fusci. Clypeus subbrevis transversus viridis, disco longitudinaliter convexiusculus, utrinque leviter immersus, margine apicali leniter emarginato-truncatus, toto margine apicali et laterali piceo-brunneus. Mandibulae et partes oris inferiores concolores. Thoracis dorsum et latera confertim modice punctato-reticulata parum nitida; pronotum transverso-rectangulum sulco mediano lanceolato postice abrupto, truncaturae anticae spatium centrale politum; dorsuli suturae 2 discoidales rectae nigro-violascentes; postscutellum crassissime punctatum, obtuse conicum, horizontaliter prominulum; sternum et pedes viridia, sparse punctulata nitida, tarsis nigro-fuscis. Alae hyalinae, in cellulis discoidali, cubitali et ad costam cellulae radialis sordidae; tegulae convexae ovales virides nitidae sparse punctulatae; venae piceo-brunneae, vena radialis apici alae approximata sed cum eodem non connata cellulam radialem lanceolato-acuminatam apice apertam et incompletam linquens. Abdomen ovale longitudine capitis thoracisque simul sumtorum, dorso modice convexum igneo-aureum, confertim et crasse et subtiliter punctatum scil. punctis magnis et minutis mixtis; segmenti 1: mi impressio basalis normalis nigro - aenea postice lineola peripherica viridula; segmentorum 2:di margo basalis, 3:tii margo basalis et summus apicalis etiam nigro-aenei; segmentum 3:tium modice convexum, totum punctis minoribus crebre obsertum, series ante-apicalis aliis distincte aliis obsoletius immersa: foveolis parvis nigris rotundatis, mediis plerumque distinctis, lateralibus interdum 1. confluentibus 1. omnino obliteratis; paullo infra hanc seriem est segmenti particula apicalis veluti deflexa 1. inclinata, praestans superne: quasi carinulam transversam laevissimam; inter hanc obsoletam carinulam et summum marginem apicalem restat spatium transverso - lineare arcuatum concaviusculo-depressum confertissime punctulato-coriaceum, sulcum simulans; hoc tamen spatium sulciforme valde varians observavi; scil. in aliis distinctissimum, in aliis minus explicatum et hinc obsoletum. Venter viridis aut cyaneus nigro-maculatus.
    Synonyms and subspecies  
    Systematic notes  

    Geographic distribution of Chrysura sulcata (Dahlbom, 1845)

    World distribution

    Type locality Rhodos
    Kimsey & Bohart Palaearctic: S Europe (Greece: Rhodos, Italy: Sicily)
    Linsenmaier Spain, Baleares, Sardinia, Sicily, Greece, Cyprus, Rhodos, Anatolia, Palestine, Caucasus, Crete
    Other Authors Mediterranean area
    Chorology Turano-European
    Distribution notes  

    Geographic distribution of Chrysura sulcata (Dahlbom, 1845)

    Italian distribution according to the Checklist of the species of the Italian Fauna

    Macroregion North (N): South (S): Sicily (Si): Sardinia (Sa):
    Endemic

    Italian distribution by Administrative Region (Personal evidences, Literature records and other sources)

    Adm. Region Literature records FEI records Personal records
    Piemonte|Piedmont
    Valle d Aosta|Aosta V.
    Lombardia|Lombardy
    Trentino Alto Adige
    Veneto
    Friuli V.G.
    Liguria Strumia, 2005;
    Emilia Romagna Rosa, 2006b;
    Toscana|Tuscany
    Umbria
    Marche
    Lazio Grandi, 1934; Invrea, 1941c (as Chrysis); Rosa, 2005a;
    Abruzzo
    Molise
    Campania
    Puglia|Apulia
    Basilicata
    Calabria Invrea, 1941c (as Chrysis), 1952; Rosa, 2005a;
    Sicilia|Sicily Mocsáry, 1889 (as Chrysis ); Invrea, 1941c (as Chrysis); Erlandsson, 1972 (as Chrysis (Chrysogona)); Strumia, 2005;
    Sardegna|Sardinia
    Distribution notes

    Biology of Chrysura sulcata (Dahlbom, 1845)

    Known Hosts

    Polyphagous
    Tenthredinidae  
    Vespidae  
    Eumenidae  
    Masaridae  
    Sphecidae
    Apidae  
    Colletidae  
    Halictidae  
    Megachilidae  
    Anthophoridae  
    Lepidoptera  
    Notes on Hosts

    Known Habitat

    Habitat  
    Plants for rest/refuge  
    Parasites  
    Biological notes  

    Systematic position of Chrysura sulcata (Dahlbom, 1845)

    Subfamily & Tribe Chrysidinae (Chrysidini) Size (mm)
    Size (mm):
     
    Genus & species Chrysura sulcata (Dahlbom, 1845)
    Species group radians
    Original combination Chrysis sulcata Dahlbom, 1845
    Type series Holotypus (Mus.: Stockholm)
    Original description Divis. 2. Abdominis dorsum totum aureum. Venter igneus.”
    Subdivis. 1. Thorax cyaneus, aut ex parte virescens.”
    A. Abdominis segmentum 3:tium supra seriem punctorum anteapicalem non elevatum”.
    Thorax viridis. Abd. Segm. 3:tii margo apicalis incrassatus: sulculo transverso. Corpus 3 1/3 lin. long.
    6 Ch. sulcata nob. Rhodus rar. Hedenborg”.

    [from Dahlbom, 1854: 116]
    Oblonga 2 1/2 - 3 lin. decimal. long. subrobusta, antice punctato - reticulata cyaneo - viridi - variegata, abdomine
    ovali confertim punctato et punctulato igneo-aureo, segmentorum 2:di et 3:tii marginibus basalibus nigro-aeneis,
    segmento 3:tio magno semicirculari modice convexo, margine apicali infra seriem incrassato distincte transverse sulcato, alis hyalinis disco sordidis, cellula radiali incompleta, postscutello conice prominulo.
    Chrysura sulcata Dlbm. Dispos. 1845. 7. 6.
    Habitat in Sicilia: D. Kollàr Mus. Vienn.; in insula Rhodo, mense Majo, D.D. Hedenborg et Loew.
    Observ. Caput, thorax et pedes largiter cano- et cinereo-fusco-pubescentia. Caput mediocre, rotundato subcubico-
    triangulare viride, vertice convexo-depresso confertissime punctato- et punctulato reticulato; cavitas facialis obsoleta, superne cum fronte confluens: carinula illa limitativa omnino carens, tota confertissime punctulato-coriacea. Antennae mediocres; scapus, pedicellus et articulus 3:ius virides, articuli reliqui omnes nigro-fusci. Clypeus subbrevis transversus viridis, disco longitudinaliter convexiusculus, utrinque leviter immersus, margine apicali leniter emarginato-truncatus, toto margine apicali et laterali piceo-brunneus. Mandibulae et partes oris inferiores concolores. Thoracis dorsum et latera confertim modice punctato-reticulata parum nitida; pronotum transverso-rectangulum sulco mediano lanceolato postice abrupto, truncaturae anticae spatium centrale politum; dorsuli suturae 2 discoidales rectae nigro-violascentes; postscutellum crassissime punctatum, obtuse conicum, horizontaliter prominulum; sternum et pedes viridia, sparse punctulata nitida, tarsis nigro-fuscis. Alae hyalinae, in cellulis discoidali, cubitali et ad costam cellulae radialis sordidae; tegulae convexae ovales virides nitidae sparse punctulatae; venae piceo-brunneae, vena radialis apici alae approximata sed cum eodem non connata cellulam radialem lanceolato-acuminatam apice apertam et incompletam linquens. Abdomen ovale longitudine capitis thoracisque simul sumtorum, dorso modice convexum igneo-aureum, confertim et crasse et subtiliter punctatum scil. punctis magnis et minutis mixtis; segmenti 1: mi impressio basalis normalis nigro - aenea postice lineola peripherica viridula; segmentorum 2:di margo basalis, 3:tii margo basalis et summus apicalis etiam nigro-aenei; segmentum 3:tium modice convexum, totum punctis minoribus crebre obsertum, series ante-apicalis aliis distincte aliis obsoletius immersa: foveolis parvis nigris rotundatis, mediis plerumque distinctis, lateralibus interdum 1. confluentibus 1. omnino obliteratis; paullo infra hanc seriem est segmenti particula apicalis veluti deflexa 1. inclinata, praestans superne: quasi carinulam transversam laevissimam; inter hanc obsoletam carinulam et summum marginem apicalem restat spatium transverso - lineare arcuatum concaviusculo-depressum confertissime punctulato-coriaceum, sulcum simulans; hoc tamen spatium sulciforme valde varians observavi; scil. in aliis distinctissimum, in aliis minus explicatum et hinc obsoletum. Venter viridis aut cyaneus nigro-maculatus.
    Synonyms and subspecies  
    Systematic notes  

    Geographic distribution of Chrysura sulcata (Dahlbom, 1845)

    World distribution

    Type locality Rhodos
    Kimsey & Bohart Palaearctic: S Europe (Greece: Rhodos, Italy: Sicily)
    Linsenmaier Spain, Baleares, Sardinia, Sicily, Greece, Cyprus, Rhodos, Anatolia, Palestine, Caucasus, Crete
    Other Authors Mediterranean area
    Chorology Turano-European
    Distribution notes  

    Geographic distribution of Chrysura sulcata (Dahlbom, 1845)

    Italian distribution according to the Checklist of the species of the Italian Fauna

    Macroregion North (N): South (S): Sicily (Si): Sardinia (Sa):
    Endemic

    Italian distribution by Administrative Region (Literature records)

    Adm. Region Literature records
    Piemonte|Piedmont
    Valle d Aosta|Aosta V.
    Lombardia|Lombardy
    Trentino Alto Adige
    Veneto
    Friuli V.G.
    Liguria Strumia, 2005;
    Emilia Romagna Rosa, 2006b;
    Toscana|Tuscany
    Umbria
    Marche
    Lazio Grandi, 1934; Invrea, 1941c (as Chrysis); Rosa, 2005a;
    Abruzzo
    Molise
    Campania
    Puglia|Apulia
    Basilicata
    Calabria Invrea, 1941c (as Chrysis), 1952; Rosa, 2005a;
    Sicilia|Sicily Mocsáry, 1889 (as Chrysis ); Invrea, 1941c (as Chrysis); Erlandsson, 1972 (as Chrysis (Chrysogona)); Strumia, 2005;
    Sardegna|Sardinia
    Distribution notes

    Italian distribution by Administrative Region (FEI records)

    Adm. Region FEI records
    Piemonte|Piedmont
    Valle d Aosta|Aosta V.
    Lombardia|Lombardy
    Trentino Alto Adige
    Veneto
    Friuli V.G.
    Liguria
    Emilia Romagna
    Toscana|Tuscany
    Umbria
    Marche
    Lazio
    Abruzzo
    Molise
    Campania
    Puglia|Apulia
    Basilicata
    Calabria
    Sicilia|Sicily
    Sardegna|Sardinia
    Distribution notes

    Italian distribution by Administrative Region (Personal evidences)

    Adm. Region Personal records
    Piemonte|Piedmont
    Valle d Aosta|Aosta V.
    Lombardia|Lombardy
    Trentino Alto Adige
    Veneto
    Friuli V.G.
    Liguria
    Emilia Romagna
    Toscana|Tuscany
    Umbria
    Marche
    Lazio
    Abruzzo
    Molise
    Campania
    Puglia|Apulia
    Basilicata
    Calabria
    Sicilia|Sicily
    Sardegna|Sardinia
    Distribution notes

    Biology of Chrysura sulcata (Dahlbom, 1845)

    Known Hosts

    Polyphagous
    Tenthredinidae  
    Vespidae  
    Eumenidae  
    Masaridae  
    Sphecidae
    Apidae  
    Colletidae  
    Halictidae  
    Megachilidae  
    Anthophoridae  
    Lepidoptera  
    Notes on Hosts

    Known Habitat

    Habitat  
    Plants for rest/refuge  
    Parasites  
    Biological notes  

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