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Multiple Lines of Evidence from Mitochondrial Genomes Resolve Phylogenetic Relationships of Parasitic Wasps in Braconidae
The strand-asymmetry of base composition in the mitochondrial genomes of braconids is reversed, providing evidence for monophyly of the Braconidae, and multiple uses of mitochondrial genomes for phylogenetic inference in Braconids are illustrated.
Arthropod Abundance and Diversity in Bt and Non-Bt Rice Fields
It is concluded that Bt rice generally exerts no marked negative effects on the arthropod community in paddy fields.
Four new species of the genus Eurytenes Foerster (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Opiinae) from China
During the course of a study on Chinese Opiinae, all the opiine specimens in the main insect collections in China, including the collections of the Chinese Academy of Sciences both in Beijing and Shanghai, were examined.
Flower‐visiting insects and their potential impact on transgene flow in rice
It is indicated that a remarkably high diversity of insects visit rice flowers in China and that hundreds of species including honeybees carry large amounts of rice pollen, which should be taken into consideration during the ecological risk assessment of transgene flow in self-pollinated and/or anemophilous crops.
Review of the East Palaearctic and North Oriental Psyttalia Walker, with the description of three new species (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Opiinae)
Abstract The East Palaearctic and North Oriental species of the genus Psyttalia Walker (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Opiinae) are reviewed. Three new species are described and illustrated: Psyttalia
The genus Diachasmimorpha Viereck (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Opiinae) from China
The species of Diachasmimorpha Viereck from China are revised. A key to species is provided and the following new species are described: D. palleomaculata sp. nov., D. bicolor sp. nov., D.
Vespids from the mid-Cretaceous with club-shaped antennae provide new evidence about the intrafamiliar relationships of Vespidae
Three new species of wasps from mid-Cretaceous Myanmar (Burmese) amber, with club-shaped antennae, are assigned to Archaeovespa gen. nov. and provide morphological information for new phylogenetic analyses of Vespidae.