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New species not previously described
Maherjos
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Posted on 01-11-2011 18:14
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About 3 to 4 mm. Photographed on October 30, 2011 in the wetland of The Pond Suarez in Motril, Granada, Spain.

This insect, according to Antoni Ribes, expert Web portal, Virtual Biodiversity, is within the family Eupelmidae. And it is not described new species, at least in Spain.

www.hispabase.com/galeria/albums/userpics/10895/_MG_7216_R_800_2-2.jpg

www.hispabase.com/galeria/albums/userpics/10895/Neanastatus%20sp_nov__1-2.jpg

Does anyone have any reference of this little bug?

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Edited by Maherjos on 01-11-2011 18:18
 
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Neanastatus (Eupelmidae Neanastatinae).

From J.L. VAGO (F.:Lillle)
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Bonjour Camille

Avec la clef de Ferrire (1938) on arrive pour cet insecte au couplet qui regroupe Neanastatus africanus Ferrire, 1938 et Neanastatus turneri Ferrire, 1938. Mes exemplaires du Maroc sont tiquetts N. africanus, mais cest N. turneri qui est connu dEspagne Pninsulaire daprs Askew et Nieves-Aldrey (2006) (et des Iles Canaries daprs divers auteurs dont les rfrences figurent dans cet article disponible en PDF sur internet). Il semble cependant y avoir des diffrences de coloration, mais difficiles apprcier sur photo.
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