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Trigonalidae (Hymenoptera) from cacao agroforestry systems in northeastern Brazil, with two new species of Trigonalys Westwood
A survey of Trigonalidae from cacao (Theobroma cacao L.) agroforestry systems in southern Bahia, northeastern Brazil, is conducted. A total of 65 specimens were studied, and three species areExpand
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Phylogenetic revision and the origin of Polyphrix Townes (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae, Cryptinae), with description of a new species
Polyphrix stellata sp. nov., from the Brazilian Amazon Forest, is described and illustrated. The validity of the genus is cladistically tested using implied weighting, in a matrix with 26 species andExpand
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Cladistic assessment and description of a new Neotropical genus and species of Lymeonina (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae, Cryptinae)
The Cryptini Petila new genus, from the Brazilian Atlantic Forest, is proposed, described, illustrated, and cladistically compared with representative species of ten genera of the subtribe LymeoninaExpand
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Phylogeny and revision of Toechorychus Townes (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae, Cryptinae), with descriptions of thirty-five new species.
The Neotropical Toechorychus Townes is revised, cladistically defined, and diagnosed. A total of 40 species are recognized, 35 of which are described as new: T. amapaeus Tedesco, sp. nov., T.Expand
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Revision and phylogeny of the rare Priotomis Townes (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae, Cryptinae), with three new species and first description of the male
Priotomis vinhai Tedesco, sp. nov., from the restingas of southeastern Brazil, P. echyrus Tedesco, sp. nov., from Mexico and Costa Rica, and Priotomis flammatus Tedesco, sp. nov., from Panama andExpand
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Long-term seasonal dominance of the wasp Trihapsis polita Townes (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae) in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
Abstract Background The temporal dynamics of insect populations in tropical environments is highly complex and poorly known. Long-term seasonality studies are scarce, and particularly so forExpand
Phylogenetic revision and the origin of Polyphrix Townes (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae, Cryptinae), with description of a new species
Polyphrix stellata sp. nov., from the Brazilian Amazon Forest, is described and illustrated. The validity of the genus is cladistically tested using implied weighting, in a matrix with 26 species andExpand
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