subalar

subalar

(sʌbˈeɪlə)
adj
below a wing
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Mesosoma with tegula weakly convex, with hind margin oblique but fairly straight (Figures 4 and 6); mesopleuron with dorsal part inflated and with fine scattered punctures well distributed anteriorly (Figure 6); subalar prominence well developed forming a sharp flange (Figure 6).
altamirae but clearly differs from that species by the small size, narrower ocellar triangle (distance between posterior ocellus comparated with distance between posterior ocellus and eye), longer malar space; anterior part of mesopleuron more evenly punctate (not present only centrally), subalar prominence forming a sharp flange; mesosoma yellow with black marks on the mesoscutum (not longitudinal black vittae), propodeum brownish yellow, legs yellow and metasoma reddish brown.
Mesosoma: mesoscutum red, scutellum yellow, dorsellum yellow; pronotum mostly red with dorsal and ventral margins yellow; mesopleuron yellow centrally, red epicnemium, dorsal margin and posterior margin; metapleuron mostly yellow, subalar prominence and tegula yellow.
Mesopleura pulida, con la depresion subalar y el area situada por debajo de esta debilmente crenulada; margen posterior de la mesopleura totalmente crenulado.
Mesopleura pulida, area subalar debilmente crenulada anteriormente; margen posterior de la mesopleura totalmente crenulado.
Shape of posterior part of dorsal margin of speculum: (a) rounded, peak at or immediately anterior to posterior subalar pit, margin posterior to peak straight; (b) pointed, peak some distance anterior to posterior subalar pit, margin posterior to peak concave.
Mesosoma: pronotum, propleuron and mesopleuron acinose, pronotal groove shallow and scrobiculate; mesoscutal lobes acinose-rugose (Figure 4); notauli weakly impressed and scrobiculate, scutellum smooth; subalar groove scrobiculate, sternaulus finely scrobiculate and almost complete (Figure 5); propodeum mostly rugose, median carina diverging at extreme base and meeting lateral carinae, enclosing acinose-rugose basal median area, areola not defined apically.
Mesosoma y Metasoma principalmente cubiertos con pelos largos (5-6 DO), negros y densos (tegumento visible), excepto por las siguientes areas predominantemente con pelos blanquecinos: margenes del mesoescuto (centro con pilosidad mucho mas dispersa que en otras areas) y mesoescutelo, mitad basal de tegula, area subalar, lobulo pronotal y superficie posterior del femur anterior; superficie interna de patas cafe rojizo oscuro.
Mesosoma black with upper hind part of pronotum, pair of lateromedian longitudinal yellow marks centrally extending from anterior margin almost to hind margin, scutelum and dorsellum with light yellow marks; subalar prominence and circular patch on upper part of mesopleuron bright yellow (Figure 21).
Mesoscutum convex, sparsely punctate, without any impressions (Figure 14), scutellum smooth with sparse punctures; mesopleuron smooth with few very fine setiferous punctures dorsally, epicnemial carina complete, curved to meet anterior margin of pleuron just below subalar prominence (Figure 15); metapleuron smooth with a few rugae above and parallel to juxtacoxal carina (Figure 15).
Mesosoma: pronotum smooth and polished; pronotal groove impressed, scrobiculate; mesoscutal lobes smooth and polished; notauli scrobiculated, meeting before scutellum in a large rugose area; pre-scutellar sulcus carinate, scutellum slightly punctuate; mesopleuron including subalar groove smooth and polished, sternaulus absent; propodeum smooth laterally, punctuate apico-dorsally, median carina present basally, two apical lateral carinae (Figure 3).
Pronotum with weak epomia, mesoscutum punctate, scutellum centrally smooth and polished; lower part of mesopleuron with fine setiferous punctures, subalar prominence striate; sternaulus strongly impressed only anteriorly; upper end of epcnemial carina reaching front end of pleuron about 0.