Agelenids of the World

Systematics and Taxonomy of Agelenidae, a Worldwide distributed Spider Family

Adults and larvae of two new species of Gelis (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) parasitizing eggs of spiders Agelenopsis potteri (Araneae: Agelenidae) and Lycosa rabida (Araneae: Lycosidae)

Publication Type:Journal Article
Year of Publication:1987
Authors:Barron, JR
Journal:Annals of the Entomological Society of America
Volume:80
Pagination:21-28
Date Published:1987
ISBN Number:0013-8746
Keywords:(Arachnida), P. 24, fig'd]., Agelenopsis potteri (Araneae): [Host]., Agelenopsis potteri [Hymenopteran parasites / / Gelis, America, Canada, from egg, Gelis (Ichneumonidae): [Parasite]., Gelis [Arachnid hosts / / Agelenopsis potteri & Lycosa rabida, Gelis potteri (Ichneumonidae): [Sp nov, Ontario, host Agelenopsis, Gelis potteri [Ontario / / Ottawa, Gelis rabidae (Ichneumonidae): [Sp nov, Kansas, host Lycosa rabida, Gelis rabidae [Kansas / / New species from egg of arachnid host]., host] [Quebec / / Anne de Bellevue]., Hosts, hymenopteran parasite from egg] [Quebec / / Anne de Bellevue]., Insect parasites, Kansas, Land zones, Lycosa rabida (Araneae): [Host]., Lycosa rabida [Hymenopteran parasites / / Gelis, Nearctic region, New, New parasite, New parasite species, New species from egg of arachnid, New species of, New taxa, Nomenclature, North, North America] [Kansas / / New species of hymenopteran, North America] [Ontario / / Ottawa, Ontario & Quebec]., parasite from egg]., parasite species from egg, Parasites, Parasites diseases and disorders, potteri (Arachnida), P. 21, fig'd]., species from egg, Systematics, USA
Abstract:

Adults and cephalic structures of the final instar of two new species of Gelis, G. potteri sp. nov. and G. rabidae sp. nov. are described, one from eastern Canada with host eggs of Agelenopsis potteri (Blackwall), and the other from Kansas [USA] with host eggs of Lycosa rabida Walckenaer. All material was reared, enabling association of females with males, adults with larvae, and both adults and larvae with hosts. In addition, knowledge of characteristics of adults and cephalic structures of last instars is expanded.

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