Head, mandible, shape along upper or dorsal margin | Problematic species in which only the types are known or their identification is uncertain | Species currently listed as subspecies, but now considered to be species | Species for which only males are known | Species thought to be synonyms of other species | Thorax, Mesepisternum, Large Round Mound below wing attachment | Thorax, pronotum, lateral or humeral ridge, shape | Thorax, propodeum, triangle, percent distance from the base to the rim that raised reticulations are present | Thorax, scutum, pits in the center | Total length in millimeters | Wing, Submarginal Cells - Note, Be Careful as sometimes specimens with 3 cells drop one of the cross-veins in one of the wings and sometimes S. antennariae will have what appears to be 2 parallel lines making up a small narrow cell

Check boxes for all that apply. If uncertain, skip character or select several states. Then click on any search button.
Navigate with above index or scroll bar.

Number scored for a state is in green.

1. Species thought to be synonyms of other species

1DISPLAY these species    35RECOMMENDED - Drop these species from list   

2. Species currently listed as subspecies, but now considered to be species

16Drop these species from the list    36RECOMMENDED- Include these species on the list   

3. Species for which only males are known

2Display these species    34RECOMMENDED- Drop these species from the list   

4. Problematic species in which only the types are known or their identification is uncertain

4DISPLAY - Show all these species    32RECOMMENDED- Drop these species from the list   

5. Total length in millimeters

104    165    196    157    138    139    1310    1011    312    113   

6. Head, mandible, shape along upper or dorsal margin

13Entire, an unbroken smooth line    15Margin disrupted by a distinct projecting angle in the outline just back from the tip of the mandible    23With a distinct subapical rounded tooth set back a short distance from the tip   

7. Thorax, Mesepisternum, Large Round Mound below wing attachment

21Rough, ridged like a RAISIN - Sculpturing similar to the rest of the segment    7Smooth, MIRROR-like often with scattered pits - Unlike the rougher sculpturing of the rest of the segment   

8. Thorax, scutum, pits in the center

171. All pits touching one another    172. Many pits touching one another    173. Some pits touching but the majority not    124. No pits touching one another   

9. Thorax, pronotum, lateral or humeral ridge, shape

13Ridge rounded over, not sharply defined    28Strongly angled, with a sharp clear edge   

10. Thorax, propodeum, triangle, percent distance from the base to the rim that raised reticulations are present

291. 100    102. 95 to 50 - Note, species that are not 100 percent will have a noticable bare, smooth, shiny area along the rim and often extending into a central smooth triangular area on the rear face extending from the center of the rim    13. Less than 50   

11. Wing, Submarginal Cells - Note, Be Careful as sometimes specimens with 3 cells drop one of the cross-veins in one of the wings and sometimes S. antennariae will have what appears to be 2 parallel lines making up a small narrow cell

22    343