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Further records of 'Macrosiagon' (Coleoptera: Rhipiphoridae) reared from eumenid and sphecid wasps in Australia

@article{Callan1981FurtherRO,
  title={Further records of 'Macrosiagon' (Coleoptera: Rhipiphoridae) reared from eumenid and sphecid wasps in Australia},
  author={E. McC. Callan},
  journal={Australian Entomologist},
  year={1981},
  volume={7},
  pages={81}
}
  • E. Callan
  • Published 1 February 1981
  • Biology
  • Australian Entomologist
'Macrosiagon capito' (Blackburn) and 'M. novaehollandiae' (Gerstaecker) are reported as parasites of the eumenid wasps 'Eumenes latreillei' Saussure and 'Odynerus' sp. respectively, and 'M. semipunctatum' (Lea) as a parasite of the sphecid wasp 'Sceliphron formosum' (F. Smith). 
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