Corrections on the biology of Traumatomutilla André, 1901 (Hymenoptera: Mutillidae).

@article{Bartholomay2015CorrectionsOT,
  title={Corrections on the biology of Traumatomutilla Andr{\'e}, 1901 (Hymenoptera: Mutillidae).},
  author={Pedro Reck Bartholomay and Kevin Andrew Williams and George C. Waldren and Marcio Luiz de Oliveira},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2015},
  volume={3920 1},
  pages={
          198-200
        }
}
Most velvet ants (Mutillidae) are solitary ectoparasitoids of the enclosed immatures of other insects: Hymenoptera, Diptera, Lepidoptera, Coleoptera, and Blattodea (Brothers et al. 2000, Amini et al. 2014). The genus Traumatomutilla Andrė, 1901, of the subfamily Sphaeropthalminae, tribe Sphaeropthalmini (Sphaeropthalmina sensu Brothers), is one of the most diverse groups of this family in the New World tropics, with 175 species (Nonveiller 1990). The biology and behavior of its species, however… 
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