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Taxonomic notes and Corrigendum for the manuscript entitled "Ichneumonid wasps of the subfamily Mesochorinae (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae): new replacement names, combinations and an updated key to the World genera" ARAUJO et al. (2018),
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  https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4527.2.10http://zoobank.org/urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub:5BD117A3-D6CF-46BD-B62D-BB7C2A045530 292  Accepted by J. Jennings: 23 Nov. 2018; published: 5 Dec. 2018 ZOOTAXA   ISSN 1175-5326 (print edition)ISSN 1175-5334 (online edition) Copyright © 2018 Magnolia Press Correspondence  Zootaxa  4527 (2): 292–294http://www.mapress.com/j/zt/ Taxonomic notes and Corrigendum  for the manuscript entitled “Ichneumonid wasps of the subfamily Mesochorinae (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae): new replacement names, combinations and an updated key to the World genera” ARAUJO et al  . (2018),  Zootaxa , 4521: 052–060. RODRIGO O. ARAUJO 1, 2 1  Laboratorio de Ecología de Abejas, Departamento de Ciencias Biológicas y Químicas, Facultad de Ciencias Básicas, Universidad Católica del Maule, Avenida San Miguel, 3605, Talca, Chile 2 Corresponding author. E-mail: araujorodrigodeoliveira@gmail.com Mesochorinae is a widely distributed subfamily of ichneumonid wasps with approximately 900 described species (Yu et al  ., 2012), of which almost 90% belong to the cosmopolitan genus  Mesochorus  Gravenhorst (Broad et al  ., 2018). Since it is a very large genus, it has become a group of complex taxonomy and with numerous taxonomic conflicts (Araujo et al  ., 2018). Recent efforts were made aiming to resolve nomenclature problems present within  Mesochorus (see Araujo & Vivallo, 2015; Kittel, 2016; Araujo et al  . 2018). Specifically, Araujo & Vivallo (2015) and Araujo et al  . (2018) proposed a total of 19 replacement names, of which two became primary homonyms of existing names (listed below) and seven were invalid, as Kittel (2016) and, in one case, Schwenke (2002), had previously proposed respective replacement names. Furthermore, Araujo et al  . (2018) published an identification key for the World genera of Mesochorinae which includes  Incurvarion  Kasparyan. However, this genus was implicitly synonymized with  Neurogenia  Roman (Ctenopelmatinae: Perilissini) when Reshchikov et al  . (2014) transferred the type (and only included) species,  I  .  gorochovi  Kasparyan, to  Neurogenia . To resolve the taxonomic conflicts that remain within the subfamily Mesochorinae, seven new synonymies and two replacement names are proposed herein, together with a corrigendum for the identification key proposed by Araujo et al  . (2018). New synonyms  Mesochorus agnesiae  Kittel, 2016  Mesochorus lasallei  Araujo et al  ., 2018   syn. nov.  Mesochorus alberstonae  Kittel, 2016  Mesochorus altus Araujo et al  ., 2018   syn. nov.  Mesochorus cummingsae  Kittel, 2016  Mesochorus eumekes  Araujo et al  ., 2018 syn. nov.  Mesochorus elionae  Kittel, 2016  Mesochorus nigricans  Araujo et al  ., 2018 syn. nov.  Mesochorus leviae  Kittel, 2016  Mesochorus physus  Araujo et al  ., 2018 syn. nov.  Mesochorus seyrigi Schwenke, 2002  Mesochorus acutus Araujo et al  ., 2018 syn. nov.  TAXONOMIC NOTES ON MESOCHORINAE  Zootaxa  4527 (2) © 2018 Magnolia Press ·   293  Mesochorus smithae  Kittel, 2016  Mesochorus ecuatorialis Araujo et al  ., 2018 syn. nov. New replacement names  Mesochorus ciliciensis   new name  Mesochorus delicatus  Araujo & Vivallo, 2015: 598 non  Mesochorus delicatus (Lee & Suh, 1993): 149. Etymology : This new name refers to the region from where this species was described.  Comment : This homonymy srcinated when Araujo & Vivallo (2015) proposed a new name to resolve the homonym  between  Mesochorus dilutus  (Schwenke, 1999) and  Mesochorus dilutus  Ratzeburg, 1844, but the new name became a  primary homonym of  M  . delicatus  (Lee & Suh, 1993).  Mesochorus johni   new name  Mesochorus acutus  Araujo et al  ., 2018: 54 non  Mesochorus acutus Schwenke, 1999: 91. Etymology : In honor of Dr John La Salle, entomologist recognized for his invaluable contributions to Hymenoptera research.   Comment : The name  Mesochorus acutus  Araujo et al  ., 2018 was proposed to resolve the homonym between  Meso-chorus aculeatus  Schwenke, 1999 and  Mesochorus aculeatus  Dasch, 1974. This new name must be rejected as it is based on a primary homonym of  Mesochorus acutus Schwenke, 1999, as per article 57.2 of the ICZN (2012). Schwenke (2002)  proposed a replacement name to resolve this homonymy, but the new name  Mesochorus seyrigi  Schwenke, 2002 became a primary homonym of  Mesochorus seyrigi (Benoit, 1955), making a new name necessary. Corrigendum  Araujo et al  . (2018). The references and figures present in the srcinal paper will not be presented again:1- Key to the World genera of Mesochorinae (modified from Wahl, 1993a) , paragraph 1:“The two recently described genera  Planochorus  Schwenke, 2004 and  Incurvarion  Kasparyan, 2008 were added to this updated identification key. The key is designed to work with both male and female specimens.” Must read: “The recently described genus  Planochorus  Schwenke, 2004 was added to this updated identification key. The key is designed to work with both male and female specimens.”2-  Key to the World genera of Mesochorinae (modified from Wahl, 1993a) , page 6. Taxonomy key, couplet 7: “7(5) Areolet rhombic, vein 2RS and rs-m touching 3RSa independently (Fig. 13). Mandible with ventral tooth 2.0× as long as dorsal tooth (Fig. 14). Distribution: Morocco .......................................................... Varnado  Wahl*- Areolet lightly petiolate, vein 2RS joining rs-m shortly before touching 3RSa (Fig. 15). Mandible with dorsal tooth as long as ventral tooth or longer. ................................................................................8” Must read: “7(5) Areolet rhombic, vein 2RS and rs-m touching 3RSa independently (Fig. 13). Mandible with ventral tooth 2.0× as long as dorsal tooth (Fig. 14). Distribution: Morocco ......................................................... Varnado  Wahl*- Areolet lightly petiolate, vein 2RS joining rs-m shortly before touching 3RSa (Fig. 15). Mandible with dorsal tooth as long as ventral tooth or longer. Distribution: Cosmopolitan except New Zealand ............................ Cidaphus  Forster” Comment : Couplet 8 should no longer be considered in the srcinal manuscript. Acknowledgements I acknowledge Dr Gavin Broad (Natural History Museum) for pointing out the errors in our manuscript and for providing useful advice for preparing this corrigendum. I also thank John Jennings (The University of Adelaide) for expediting this correspondence.  ARAUJO 294  ·    Zootaxa  4527 (2) © 2018 Magnolia Press References Araujo, R.O. & Vivallo, F. (2015) Eleven new replacement names in the genus  Mesochorus  Gravenhorst, 1829 (Ichneumonidae: Mesochorinae).  Zootaxa , 4021 (4), 597–599. https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4021.4.10Araujo, R.O., Vivallo, F. & Santos, B.F. (2018) Ichneumonid wasps of the subfamily Mesochorinae: new replacement names, combinations and an updated key to the World genera (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae).  Zootaxa , 4521 (1), 052–060. https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4521.1.2Benoit, P.L.G. 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