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Order Hymenoptera . In : Zhang, Z.-Q. (Ed.) Animal Biodiversity: An Outline of Higher-level Classification and Survey of Taxonomic Richness (Addenda 2013)
The order Hymenoptera is composed of 2 suborders, 27 superfamilies, 132 families, 8423 extant genera with an additional 685 extinct genera.
Order Hymenoptera *
An updated classification of the order Hymenoptera is provided with the current numbers of genera and species described so far specified. The order is composed of 2 suborders, 27 superfamilies, 132
Phylogeny and generic concepts of the parasitoid wasp family Aulacidae (Hymenoptera: Evanioidea)
The analyses demonstrate that the current generic classification of the Aulacidae is not a natural one and suggests a wider generic concept for Pristaulacus, which is redefined and rediagnosed here.
The aulacid wasp fauna of Western Australia with descriptions of six new species
This study describes for the first time the Aulacidae from Western Australia, a fauna that comprises six geographically isolated species. Three new species of Aulacus; A. douglasi, A. houstoni, and
Systematics and distribution of world hyptiogastrine wasps (Hymenoptera : Gasteruptiidae)
This study examines the phylogeny, taxonomy, distribution and biology of the gasteruptiid subfamily Hyptiogastrinae and presents an overview of the family, finding 78 species of Pseudofoenus, 40 of which are described as new.
Synopsis of Australian agathidine wasps (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Agathidinae)
The genera Agathis Latreille and Bassus Fabricius are excluded from the Australian fauna, as the species described under these genera are here transferred to Therophilus, and no other species of either genus have been discovered from the continent.
A new species of Pristaulacus Kieffer (Hymenoptera: Aulacidae) from Baltic amber
Fossil species of Pristaulacus are uncommon, with just two known species, P. mandibularis Brues and P. praevolans Brues from Baltic amber, and three species, P. bradleyi (Brues), P. rohweri Brues and
Casuarinicola, a new genus of jumping plant lice (Hemiptera: Triozidae) from Casuarina (Casuarinaceae).
A new genus, Casuarinicola Taylor gen. nov., comprising five new species of jumping plant lice (Hemiptera: Triozidae) from Casuarina s.s. (Casuarinaceae) from Australia and New Caledonia, is