Contributions to the knowledge of tetrastichine wasps (Hymenoptera, Eulophidae, Tetrastichinae) of the Middle Volga Region

  title={Contributions to the knowledge of tetrastichine wasps (Hymenoptera, Eulophidae, Tetrastichinae) of the Middle Volga Region},
  author={Ekaterina N. Yegorenkova and Zoya A. Yefremova and Viktor V. Kostjukov},
  journal={Entomological Review},
The Tetrastichinae fauna of the Middle Volga Region comprises 115 species of 16 genera. Quadrastichus rosarum sp. n. is described as an endoparasitoid of Torymus bedequaris L. (Hymenoptera, Torymidae); the latter develops in galls of Dasineura rosarum (Hardy) (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) on Rosa canina L. Aprostocetus populi (Kurdjumov) is redescribed and transferred from Tetrastichus to Aprostocetus. Thirty-three species are recorded for the Middle Volga Region for the first time. The genus… 
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