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North American genera of Tetrastichinae (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae).
The North American members of the eulophid subfamily Tetrastichinae are reviewed in light of systematic advances which have occurred in other geographic realms. Forty-two genera are recognized as
The genera of chalcid parasitoids (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) of citrus leafminer Phyllocnistis citrella Stainton (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae).
Members of the families Encyrtidae, Pteromalidae, Eurytomidae, Elasmidae, Eupelmidae, and Eulophidae have been recorded with the majority of the species being eulophids.
Structure of a diverse tropical forest insect–parasitoid community
Both the summary web and the seasonal webs show low levels of compartmentalization, suggesting that the host–parasitoid community is not divided into relatively discrete subwebs with largely independent dynamics, and that species in the same taxonomic order are more likely to interact indirectly.
Phylogeny of Eulophidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea), with a reclassification of Eulophinae and the recognition that Elasmidae are derived eulophids
sequencing of the D2 region of the 28S rDNA gene of eighty‐seven species of eulophid, three species of elasmid and sixteen outgroup species in five families was sequenced, indicating that Eulophinae is a derived group within EULophidae, rather than an ancestral group as previously thought.
A new genus of Tetrastichinae (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) from the Neotropical Region, with the description of a new species parasitic on key pests of oil palm
The new genus Palmistichus is described, with a key presented to the two included species: elaeisis sp. n., and ixtlilxochitli (Girault) comb. n. Host and distributional information is given for both
Hymenoptera and biodiversity.
Hymenoptera: their diversity, and their impact on the diversity of other organisms intraspecific biodiversity in Hymenoptera: implications for conservation and biological control threats to the
Systematics of the tribe Euderomphalini (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae): parasitoids of whiteflies (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae)
All eulophid whitefly parasitoids are placed in the tribe Euderomphalini in the subfamily Entedoninae, and reasons for this placement are discussed.