Videnskabelige meddelelser

Videnskabelige meddelelser


Costa short, fringe long.

22. A. paupera n. sp. $ .

A species near ignobilis Schm. but among others distinguished

by paler legs, stronger bristles on hind tibiæ, longer costal cilia

and larger size.

Female. Frons greyish black, broader than long; bristles strong,

inner bristle of lower row almost in the same height as the outer

and slightly nearer to it than to the upper supraantennal ;

the supra-

antennals unequal, the lower little more than half as strong as the

upper; the upper supraantennals almost as distant as the inner

bristles of the middle row, the lower very slightly more approx-

imated. Antennæ of ordinary size, black, arista distinctly pube-

scent. Palpi yellow, of ordinary size and armature. Thorax black,

slightly shining; mesopleura bristly, the bristles uniform. Scutellum

with two bristles. Abdomen black, slightly greyish above. Legs

brown or dark brown, the front legs paler; bristles on hind tibiæ

distinctly bristly but small, 12 to 14 in number. Wings clear or

nearly so, veins yellowish, thin veins fine; costa 0,39 of the wing-

length, costal divisions proportionately about as 9— 4—2; costal

cilia full long; fourth vein distinctly curved at the origin, for the

rest slightly and evenly curved. Halteres black. Length 1,2 —

1,5 mm.

Ermelund and Dyrehaven '5— ^Vs 1918 (the author); four


I have described this female because I think the male when

it turns up will be known from ignobilis by at least the same

characters at the female.

23. A. submanicata n. sp. cT ? •

A species near manicata Wood and hirsuta Wood but with

the pleural bristles simple.

Male. Frons considerably broader than long, greyish; inner

bristle of lower row a little below the outer and slightly nearer

to it than to the upper supraantennal; supraantennal bristles nearly

equal, the upper in the same distance from each other as the inner

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