Moczariella, a bizarre new genus of Mesitiinae (Hymenoptera, Bethylidae) from Arab Peninsula.

@article{Barbosa2014MoczariellaAB,
  title={Moczariella, a bizarre new genus of Mesitiinae (Hymenoptera, Bethylidae) from Arab Peninsula.},
  author={Diego N. Barbosa and Celso Oliveira Azevedo},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2014},
  volume={3860 3},
  pages={
          291-7
        }
}
Mesitiinae include 203 species classified in 22 genera and four tribes. In this work we proposed a new genus. Moczariella centenaria Barbosa & Azevedo gen. et sp. nov. are described from United Arab Emirates. The main diagnostic characteristics is body wholly unfoveolate, clypeus without lateral lobes, post-occipital depression present, propodeum with discal carinae incomplete, and without posterior one, propodeal spiracle placed laterally, claws single, and genital basal ring with dorsal half… 
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An anatomic glossary is produced that standardizes the terms used in the Bethylidae mesopleuron and in other Hymenoptera groups, which will facilitate hypotheses of primary homology in comparative biology.

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