A revision of the genus Zethus Fabricius in the Western by Richard Bohart and Lionel Stange

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Genera Insectorum, fasc. 19: 13. Type: Zethus sichelianu8 Sanssure, by present designation. Laboides Zavattari, 1912. Arch. f. N aturgesch. 78 (Abt. A), Heft 4: 65. Type: Labus siohelianus Saussure by present designation. te to coarsely striate but without regular longjtumnal microstriae; maxillary palpus usually with six palpomeres but in some groups with five, four, or three; stem of tergite II usually shorter than that of I but in some groups equal to or longer than that of I; mid tibia usually with two apical spurs but in some species with only one.

Hym. Brit. Mus. 5:17. Holotype female, ]\fexico (BM). Zethus levinodu-s Smith, of Dalla Torre, 1894. Cat. Hym. 9: 12. Emendation. Zethus nitidinod'us Cameron, 1907. Entomologist 40:81. Holotype male, Mexico (BM). -Length to apex of tergite II from 15 to 22 rom. Black with ivory markings as follows: lower one-third of male clypeus, male flagellomeres beneath, scrobal spot, humeral spot usually, upper mesopleural spot, postscutellar and propodeal spots, subapical band or double spot on tergite I; subapical band on tergite II and sternite II.

Mus. 5:17. Holotype female, ]\fexico (BM). Zethus levinodu-s Smith, of Dalla Torre, 1894. Cat. Hym. 9: 12. Emendation. Zethus nitidinod'us Cameron, 1907. Entomologist 40:81. Holotype male, Mexico (BM). -Length to apex of tergite II from 15 to 22 rom. Black with ivory markings as follows: lower one-third of male clypeus, male flagellomeres beneath, scrobal spot, humeral spot usually, upper mesopleural spot, postscutellar and propodeal spots, subapical band or double spot on tergite I; subapical band on tergite II and sternite II.

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