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Advanced Imaging Techniques II: Using a Compound Microscope for Photographing Point-Mount Specimens
American Entomologist • Winter 2008 Parasitic Hymenoptera offer a particular challenge to scientific photography in this age of digital technology. This group is not only hyper-diverse, butExpand
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Review of the Synergus Hartig Species (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae: Synergini) Associated with Tuberous and Other Tumor-Like Galls on Oaks from the New World with the Description of Three New Species from
Abstract. A review of the inquiline oak gall wasp species of the genus Synergus Hartig that are associated with tuberous and other tumor-like galls on oaks (Quercus L.) from the New World isExpand
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Invasion of the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) into the United States: Developing a National Response to an Invasive Species Crisis Through Collaborative Research and Outreach
USDA NIFAUnited States Department of Agriculture (USDA) [SCRI 2011-51181-30937, SCRI 2016-51181-25409]; Northeast SARE Grant [LNE14-334]; USDA-ARS Project [808021000-024-00-D]; Florida Department ofExpand
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An online photographic catalog of primary types of Platygastroidea (Hymenoptera) in the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution
A photographic catalog of primary types of Platygastroidea housed in the National Insect Collection, National Museum of Natural History, is here made available online at the image database at TheExpand
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Description of two techniques to increase efficiency in processing and curating minute arthropods, with special reference to parasitic Hymenoptera
We describe and illustrate two techniques for enhancing curatorial and processing efficiency as it pertains to parasitic Hymenoptera (Chalcidoidea, Cynipoidea). These techniques were developed inExpand
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