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Tachysphex austriacus Kohl, 1892 and T. pompiliformis (Panzer, 1804) (Hymenoptera, Crabronidae) are a complex of fourteen species in Europe and Turkey.

Straka J - Zookeys (2016)

Bottom Line: Morawitz, 1893, as well as the differential diagnosis and redescription of Tachysphex pompiliformis, are presented.Tachysphex bohemicus sp. n. from the Czech Republic; Tachysphex cretensis sp. n. from Crete, Greece; Tachysphex nobilis sp. n. from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Turkey; and Tachysphex punctipleuris sp. n. from Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia and Turkey are described.Identification keys to all species from Tachysphex pompiliformis and Tachysphex austriacus species subgroups known from Europe and Turkey are presented.

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Affiliation: Department of Zoology, Charles University in Prague, Viničná 7, CZ-128 44, Praha 2, Czech Republic.

ABSTRACT
Tachysphex pompiliformis (Panzer, 1804) and Tachysphex austriacus Kohl, 1892 species subgroups belong to the Tachysphex pompiliformis species group, and both subgroups consist of morphologically similar species. The Tachysphex austriacus Kohl species subgroup comprises four species in Europe and Turkey. For this subgroup, differential diagnoses of Tachysphex austriacus and Tachysphex prismaticus Straka, 2005 are presented, and Tachysphex hungaricus sp. n. from Hungary and Tachysphex smissenae sp. n. from Spain, France and Turkey are described. The Tachysphex pompiliformis species subgroup consists of ten species from Europe and Turkey. For this subgroup, differential diagnoses of Tachysphex ferrugineus Pulawski, 1967 and Tachysphex opacus F. Morawitz, 1893, as well as the differential diagnosis and redescription of Tachysphex pompiliformis, are presented. Tachysphex dimidiatus (Panzer, 1809), Tachysphex jokischianus (Panzer, 1809) and Tachysphex nigripennis (Spinola, 1808) are resurrected from synonymy with Tachysphex pompiliformis and redescribed. Neotypes of Tachysphex dimidiatus (Panzer) and Tachysphex nigripennis (Spinola) are designed. Tachysphex bohemicus sp. n. from the Czech Republic; Tachysphex cretensis sp. n. from Crete, Greece; Tachysphex nobilis sp. n. from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Turkey; and Tachysphex punctipleuris sp. n. from Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia and Turkey are described. Identification keys to all species from Tachysphex pompiliformis and Tachysphex austriacus species subgroups known from Europe and Turkey are presented.

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Tergum V, sculpture, female. 77Tachysphexaustriacus, dorsal view 78Tachysphexhungaricus sp. n., dorsal view 79Tachysphexhungaricus sp. n., lateral view 80Tachysphexbohemicus sp. n., dorsal view 81Tachysphexsmissenae sp. n., dorsal view 82Tachysphexsmissenae sp. n., lateral view 83Tachysphexdimidiatus, dorsal view 84Tachysphexjokischianus, dorsal view 85Tachysphexpompiliformis, posterior view.
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Figure 12: Tergum V, sculpture, female. 77Tachysphexaustriacus, dorsal view 78Tachysphexhungaricus sp. n., dorsal view 79Tachysphexhungaricus sp. n., lateral view 80Tachysphexbohemicus sp. n., dorsal view 81Tachysphexsmissenae sp. n., dorsal view 82Tachysphexsmissenae sp. n., lateral view 83Tachysphexdimidiatus, dorsal view 84Tachysphexjokischianus, dorsal view 85Tachysphexpompiliformis, posterior view.

Mentions: Figs 28, 38, 41, 50, 53, 62, 77, 86, 91


Tachysphex austriacus Kohl, 1892 and T. pompiliformis (Panzer, 1804) (Hymenoptera, Crabronidae) are a complex of fourteen species in Europe and Turkey.

Straka J - Zookeys (2016)

Tergum V, sculpture, female. 77Tachysphexaustriacus, dorsal view 78Tachysphexhungaricus sp. n., dorsal view 79Tachysphexhungaricus sp. n., lateral view 80Tachysphexbohemicus sp. n., dorsal view 81Tachysphexsmissenae sp. n., dorsal view 82Tachysphexsmissenae sp. n., lateral view 83Tachysphexdimidiatus, dorsal view 84Tachysphexjokischianus, dorsal view 85Tachysphexpompiliformis, posterior view.
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Figure 12: Tergum V, sculpture, female. 77Tachysphexaustriacus, dorsal view 78Tachysphexhungaricus sp. n., dorsal view 79Tachysphexhungaricus sp. n., lateral view 80Tachysphexbohemicus sp. n., dorsal view 81Tachysphexsmissenae sp. n., dorsal view 82Tachysphexsmissenae sp. n., lateral view 83Tachysphexdimidiatus, dorsal view 84Tachysphexjokischianus, dorsal view 85Tachysphexpompiliformis, posterior view.
Mentions: Figs 28, 38, 41, 50, 53, 62, 77, 86, 91

Bottom Line: Morawitz, 1893, as well as the differential diagnosis and redescription of Tachysphex pompiliformis, are presented.Tachysphex bohemicus sp. n. from the Czech Republic; Tachysphex cretensis sp. n. from Crete, Greece; Tachysphex nobilis sp. n. from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Turkey; and Tachysphex punctipleuris sp. n. from Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia and Turkey are described.Identification keys to all species from Tachysphex pompiliformis and Tachysphex austriacus species subgroups known from Europe and Turkey are presented.

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Affiliation: Department of Zoology, Charles University in Prague, Viničná 7, CZ-128 44, Praha 2, Czech Republic.

ABSTRACT
Tachysphex pompiliformis (Panzer, 1804) and Tachysphex austriacus Kohl, 1892 species subgroups belong to the Tachysphex pompiliformis species group, and both subgroups consist of morphologically similar species. The Tachysphex austriacus Kohl species subgroup comprises four species in Europe and Turkey. For this subgroup, differential diagnoses of Tachysphex austriacus and Tachysphex prismaticus Straka, 2005 are presented, and Tachysphex hungaricus sp. n. from Hungary and Tachysphex smissenae sp. n. from Spain, France and Turkey are described. The Tachysphex pompiliformis species subgroup consists of ten species from Europe and Turkey. For this subgroup, differential diagnoses of Tachysphex ferrugineus Pulawski, 1967 and Tachysphex opacus F. Morawitz, 1893, as well as the differential diagnosis and redescription of Tachysphex pompiliformis, are presented. Tachysphex dimidiatus (Panzer, 1809), Tachysphex jokischianus (Panzer, 1809) and Tachysphex nigripennis (Spinola, 1808) are resurrected from synonymy with Tachysphex pompiliformis and redescribed. Neotypes of Tachysphex dimidiatus (Panzer) and Tachysphex nigripennis (Spinola) are designed. Tachysphex bohemicus sp. n. from the Czech Republic; Tachysphex cretensis sp. n. from Crete, Greece; Tachysphex nobilis sp. n. from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Turkey; and Tachysphex punctipleuris sp. n. from Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia and Turkey are described. Identification keys to all species from Tachysphex pompiliformis and Tachysphex austriacus species subgroups known from Europe and Turkey are presented.

No MeSH data available.