A catalogue of Philippine Hymenoptera (with a bibliography, 1758-1963).

@article{Baltazar1966ACO,
  title={A catalogue of Philippine Hymenoptera (with a bibliography, 1758-1963).},
  author={C. R. Baltazar and Norm Johnson and Joe Cora},
  journal={Pacific Insects Monograph},
  year={1966},
  volume={8},
  pages={1-488}
}
There are 2141 species and subspecies listed and classified in this catalogue; additional 36 species of doubtful occurrence and 53 species erroneously recorded from the Philippines are also included. New names are proposed for 5 species bearing preoccupied names. The total number of new combinations is 200; total for new specific synonyms is 63. A count of the genera and subgenera of Hymenoptera incorporated into this catalogue is 676; not included are 62 braconid genera and 119 ichneumonid… Expand
An annotated catalogue of the spider wasps (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae) of Russia
TLDR
The world number of genus-group names of Pompilidae is clarified: 451 nominal names, including 42 unavailable names, were proposed; of the 409 available names, 254 are currently considered valid. Expand
Oriental chalcid wasps of the genus Epitranus
TLDR
The species of Epitraninae, a subfamily of Chalcididae, parasitic Hymenoptera, are taxonomically revised, from an area including India in the west and New Guinea in the east, and two Oriental species were found widely distributed also in Africa. Expand
Revision of the Oriental genera of Agathidinae (Hymenoptera, Braconidae) with an emphasis on Thailand and interactive keys to genera published in three different formats
TLDR
Th e genera of Oriental Agathidinae are revised and a fully illustrated dichotomous key is presented, and the new genus Amputostypos Sharkey, gen. n. Expand
Revision of the Australian Stephanidae (Hymenoptera)
TLDR
The Australian Stephanidae (Hymenoptera) are revised and keyed and a new character set is proposed for taxonomic studies and descriptions of its species. Expand
A preliminary review of Pteromalidae (Hymenoptera) of India and adjacent countries.
TLDR
An updated list of Preromalidae of the Indian subcontinent, with comments on various taxa and new records of hosts and distribution is provided, based on examination of all accessible old and new material. Expand
PHYLOGENY AND CLASSIFICATION OF EUPELMIDAE, WITH A REVISION OF THE WORLD GENERA OF CALOSOTINAE AND METAPELMATINAE (HYMENOPTERA: CHALCIDOIDEA)
TLDR
Structural features of adults of the three eupelmid subfamilies, and of other Chalcidoidea including Tanaostigmatidae, Encyrtidae, Aphelinidae, and Pteromalidae, are studied to delimit character states and determine their distribution among the higher taxa. Expand
Proctotrupoidea (Hymenoptera) from India: A Review*
TLDR
A critical, annotated and illustrated catalogue, which brings together and summarizes all the available information on the taxonomy of Proctotrupoidea from India and should serve as the basis for future taxonomic revisions. Expand
On the ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of the Philippine Islands: V. The genus
TLDR
A review of the Philippine species of Odontomachus treats eleven species including two unnamed species and three species new to science, the majority of species belongs to the O. infandus group, and all known species are endemic to the Philippines. Expand
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 asExpand
REVISIONARY NOTES AND KEYS TO WORLD GENERA OF SCELIONIDAE (HYMENOPTERA: PROCTOTRUPOIDEA)
TLDR
The tribal classification is reviewed; four new tribes are proposed in the subfamily Scelioninae, viz. Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 852 REFERENCES
A new genus and nine new species of Philippine Braconidae Hymenoptera
TLDR
A regrouping of the 25 species mentioned in Watanabe's preliminary revision of the genus Aphrastobracon based on the presence or absence of the malar space, and the length and shape of the ovipositor is suggested. Expand
Some Synonymy and New Combinations in Chalcidoidea (Hymenoptera)
TLDR
Several notes which deal with Nearctic forms will clarify the treatment of certlin genera and species in the catalog of North American Hymenoptera, now in process of publication by the U.S. Department of Agiculture. Expand
A perliminary revision of the Oriental species of the genus Ceratina (Hymenoptera, Apidae)
The Oriental bees of the genus Ceratina Latr. are difficult to identify. Until now our knowledge of these insects consisted mainly of a considerable number (about 90) of isolated descriptions,Expand
Annotations on the genera Triscolia, Megascolia and Scolia (Hymenoptera, Scoliidae)
TLDR
The senior author has recently observed that De Saussure anticipated the joint publication of these names by using them in a paper published in the preceding year, 1863, and placed two species in Discolia, namely Scolia nobilitata Fabr. Expand
Philippine ants of the genus Aenictus with descriptions of the females of two species
TLDR
On returning to the United States from a second sojourn of six years at Dumaguete, on the Island of Negros, Dr Jas W. Chapman has brought another extensive collection of Philippine ants, among them are numerous specimens taken from more than 40 different AEnictus colonies, and the following taxonomic account should supersede notes on the Philippine ants. Expand
Studies in Siricidae, especially of Europe and southern Asia (Hymenoptera, Symphyta)
TLDR
Two ratios are introduced as useful characters for separating species : the ovipositor/forewing ratio and the sawsheath/ovipositors ratio, which were found not to vary with the size of the insects. Expand
Revision of the parasitic chalcidoid flies of the genera Homalotylus Mayrand Isodromus Howard, with descriptions of two closely related genera
The genus Homaloiylus was erected by Gustav Mayr * for three European species which had been retained previously in Encyrtus^ namely, E.fiarainius, vinulus, undjlaviceps—all described by Dalman inExpand
On a collection of ants (Formicidae) from the Andaman Islands.
Our knowledge of the ants of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is very meagre. Forel described a few forms and recorded several others from these islands in 1903 1 while casual references are alsoExpand
A Revision of the Indo-Australian Species of the Genus Apanteles (Hym. Bracon.).—Part I
The following paper is intended only as a preliminary revision of this large and exceedingly important group of parasites, and it is the outcome of some six months' work on a small portion of theExpand
The Indo-Australian species of the genus Ropalidia (= Icaria) (Hymenoptera : Vespidae) (Second Part)
TLDR
This chapter is very fragmentary, mainly because the greater part of my collection of nests together with the accompanying notes was lost during the war, but follows a discussion of the Oriental species. Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...