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REVISIONARY NOTES AND KEYS TO WORLD GENERA OF SCELIONIDAE (HYMENOPTERA: PROCTOTRUPOIDEA)
New taxonomic information is given on the identities, generic classification, morphology, relationships, and geographic distribution of several hundred species of proctotrupoid wasps. The paper isExpand
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World Review and Keys to Genera of the Subfamily Inostemmatinae with Reassignment of the Taxa to the Platygastrinae and Sceliotrachelinae (Hymenoptera: Platygastridae)
The subfamily Inostemmatinae is considered a symplesiomorphic assemblage and the genera currently classified here are reassigned either to the subfamily Platygastrinae or the Sceliotrachelinae.Expand
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THE GENERA OF DIAPRIINAE (HYMENOPTERA: DIAPRIIDAE) IN THE NEW WORLD
Abstract The subfamily Diapriinae (Diapriidae: Proctotrupoidea) in the New World is reviewed at the supra specific level. Three tribes and 52 genera are recognized. Sixteen new genera are proposed:Expand
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A REVISION OF THE ISMARINAE OF THE NEW WORLD (HYMENOPTERA, PROCTOTRUPOIDEA, DIAPRIIDAE)
The genus Ismarus Haliday of the New World is revised. Twenty-one species are recognized, described, and keyed, of which the following 16 are new: I . brevicornis n. sp. ♂ (Mexico), I . clarkae n.Expand
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Key to genera of Scelionidae of the Holarctic region, with descriptions of new genera and species (Hymenoptera: Proctotrupoidea)
A key to the genera of Scelionidae of the Holarctic region is given. Sixty-seven genera are recognized in three subfamilies, viz . Telenominae, Teleasinae, and Scelioninae. Seven new genera and sixExpand
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Towards Insecticide Free Apple Orchards: Flowering Plants to Attract Beneficial Arthropods
Tanacetum vulgare, Chrysanthemum maximum, Aster tongolensis and Achillea millefolium were planted to attract and retain predacious and parasitoid arthropods in a Quebec apple orchard. The plantsExpand
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Maamingidae, a new family of proctotrupoid wasp (Insecta : Hymenoptera) from New Zealand
The new family Maamingidae is proposed for Maaminga, gen. nov., comprising two species, M. rangi, sp. nov. and M. marrisi, sp. nov., from New Zealand. The delicate and slender M. rangi, sp. nov. isExpand
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Skeletomusculature of Scelionidae (Hymenoptera: Platygastroidea): head and mesosoma
The skeletomusculature of the head and mesosoma of the parasitoid wasp family Scelionidae is reviewed. Representatives of 27 scelionid genera are examined together with 13 non-scelionid taxa forExpand
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