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European species from almost completely black (H. melanogaster GMELIN) to black with rich yellow spots (H. variegatorius PANZER). S i z e : Palaearctic species 13-17 mm. Biology and ecology: H o s t s : For two species of genus from the literature the following data about hosts are known: H. ) – Philudoria potatoria L. (Lasiocampidae), Simyra albovenosa GOEZE (Noctuidae); H. ) – Spilarctia lutea HUFN. (Arctiidae) (RASNITSYN 1981). S p e c i e s c o m p o s i t i o n a n d a b u n d a n c e : The genus is presented in region of researches by only one mass species – H.

Gastrocoeli in a form of indistinct narrow longitudinal lateral impression, sometimes with thyridia in a form of only just marked rounded punctiform impressions at theirs apices; lunulae big, in a form of unsculptured impression in the middle of lateral surface of tergite; surface of second tergite densely punctured by superficial punctures, polished; other tergites with very delicate superficial punctures, shining. Hypopygium from lateral with sharp apex, strongly compressed from sides; sternites, except fifth, strongly unsclerotized.

Soc. London 7, 2 (aii): 207. Tricholabus strigatorius: RASNITSYN 1981 - Opr. Faun. SSSR 3 (3): 623-624. Female F l a g e l l u m : Slender, bristle-shaped, with 45 segments, black with white semiannulus on segments (9)8-12(13), behind white annulus slightly broadened and fattened ventrally; first segment 2,5 times longer than the width at apex, last but one segment elongated. Flagellum 1,2 times longer than front wing and 1,5 times shorter than body length. H e a d : Head contour from front strongly roundly narrowed downwards, transverse, 1,2 times wider than height; genae (malar space) 5 times shorter than height of an eye (0,2); head from above slightly transverse, 2,7 times wider than length in middle, but 1,7 times than along an external contour.

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