Lixophaga Townsend (Diptera: Tachinidae: Blondeliini), a newly recorded parasitoid taxon in Korea

@article{Byun2011LixophagaT,
  title={Lixophaga Townsend (Diptera: Tachinidae: Blondeliini), a newly recorded parasitoid taxon in Korea},
  author={Hye-Woo Byun and Ho-Yeon Han},
  journal={Journal of Asia-pacific Entomology},
  year={2011},
  volume={14},
  pages={58-62}
}
A tachinid parasitoid genus, Lixophaga Townsend, is reported for the first time in Korea. This mainly New World genus currently includes four Palaearctic species, of which L. cinctella (Mesnil) and L. latigena Shima are recognized in Korea. We here provide a taxonomic key, descriptions and photographs as well as detailed illustrations of male genitalic structures. 
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