Chang-jun Kim

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BACKGROUND The monotypic genus Acanopsilus (Hymenoptera: Diapriidae), is hitherto known only from Europe, where it is widely distributed. NEW INFORMATION The genus is here recorded for the first time from South Korea and China, which constitutes the first formal record of the species from the entire Eastern Palaearctic region. A detailed redescription and(More)
The subfamily Anteoninae (Hymenoptera: Dryinidae) was represented in South Korea by fifteen species belonging to the genus Anteon Jurine, 1807. In this paper, further eighteen species belonging to two genera are recognized for the first time from South Korea: Anteon worakense Kim & Lee, sp. nov., A. albonigrum Olmi, 1995; A. autumnale Olmi, 1991; A.(More)
Fifteen species of Anteon Jurine 1807 are recognized from South Korea, among which A. magnatum Kim & Lee, sp. nov. and ten newly recorded species: A. achterbergi Olmi, 1991; A. ephippiger (Dalman, 1818); A. esakii Yasumatsu, 1960; A. flavicorne (Dalman, 1818); A. insertum Olmi, 1991; A. medium Olmi, 1998; A. pilosum Xu, Olmi & He, 2010; A. reticulatum(More)
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