Remarkable Description of a New Species of Apocryptus, 1932
Keywords:Apocryptus, Uchida, Indicus, Flavofacies
The genus Apocryptus was established by Uchida in 1932 for the species Apocryptus issikii. The genus is distinguished by truncate apical margin with a pair of tubercles at the middle. The genus is known by two species viz., Apocryptus tikari Gupta & Gupta, 1983 and Apocryptus flavofacies Gupta & Gupta, 1983 from India. A new species of Apocryptus, Apocryptus indicus is described from India as a key for identification.
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Uchida, T. (1932). H. Sauter's Formosa-Ausbeute Ichneumonidae (Hym.). Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido Imperial University, 33(2): 133-222.
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