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Checklist of the genera of Hymenoptera (Insecta) from Espírito Santo, Brazil

  title={Checklist of the genera of Hymenoptera (Insecta) from Esp{\'i}rito Santo, Brazil},
  author={Celso Oliveira Azevedo and Anamaria Dal Molin and Ang{\'e}lica M. PENTEADO-DIAS and Antonio C C Macedo and Beatriz Rodriguez-V. and Bianca Z.K. Dias and Cecilia Waichert and Daniel Alejandro Aquino and David R. Smith and Eduardo M Shimbori and Fernando B Noll and Gary A. P. Gibson and Helena C Onody and James M. Carpenter and John E. Lattke and Kelli dos Santos Ramos and Kevin Andrew Williams and Lubom{\'i}r Masner and Lynn Siri Kimsey and Marcelo Teixeira Tavares and Massimo Olmi and Matthew L. Buffington and Michael Ohl and Michael J. Sharkey and Norman F. Johnson and Ricardo Kawada and Rodrigo Machado Feitosa and Rodrigo Barbosa Gonçalves and Steven L. Heydon and T{\^a}nia Mara Guerra and Thiago S. R. Silva and Valmir Antonio Costa},
  journal={Boletim do Museu de Biologia Mello Leit{\~a}o},
E apresentado uma lista dos generos de Hymenoptera do Espirito Santo, Brasil pela primeira vez. Foram listados 955 generos de Hymenoptera, dos quais 547 (57%) sao citados pela primeira vez para este estado. As duas superfamilias com o maior numero de generos foram Ichneumonoidea e Chalcidoidea com 240 e 203 generos respectivamente. Braconidae foram a familia mais rica com 141 generos. 
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