Perilampsis curta Munro, 1938
Perilampsis curta Munro, 1938: 165.
Body length. 3.80-4.40 mm; wing length 4.20-4.90 mm.
Antennal segments orange-brown. Arista short pubescent, longest rays at most equal to width of base of arista. Frons ventral half yellow-white, dorsal part orange brown. Two frontals, placed parallel to medial eye margin; two orbitals, placed slightly convergent with inner orbital more medially. Face white, with dark transverse band near antennal implant. Occiput yellow, with pair of distinct black patches in dorsal part. Thorax:
Scutum shining brown; dark dispersed pilosity, two transverse bands with more dense silvery pilosity and microtrichosity, one anteriorly of transverse suture, second near dorsocentrals. Postpronotum white. Anepisternum brown, with white band occupying posterodorsal part, its ventral margin reaching posteroventral corner or almost so; with pale pilosity; one anepisternal seta. Anatergite and katatergite brown. Scutellum white. Subscutellum brown. Legs:
yellow, femora darker yellow to brown. Wing:
Wing bands brown, well developed. Basal part of wing brown, subbasal irregular spots and streaks present. Anterior apical band completely filling cells r1 and r2+3. Posterior apical band touching anterior apical band. Subapical band isolated. Discal band not reaching posterior wing margin; touching anterior apical band near pterostigma; largely merged with subbasal spots and streaks. R-M ratio 0.88-1.0. Abdomen:
Shining black-brown (orange-brown in holotype), posterior margin of tergites 2-4 with orange-brown and silvery band; tergite 5 completely yellow-brown.
As male except for following characters:
arista slightly longer pubescent. Abdomen darker coloured. Legs with knees more distinctly darkened.
Female terminalia, oviscape shorter than abdominal tergites, black to black-brown colour, with black pilosity. Aculeus orange, flattened, about 12 times as long as wide; aculeus tip slightly sinuate, pointed.
(Description after De Meyer, 2009)
See description of Perilampsis curta Munro, 1938 in source PDF.
No one has provided updates yet.