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Notes and description of the previously unknown male of Syntexis libocedrii (Hymenoptera: Syntexidae)

@article{Middlekauff1964NotesAD,
  title={Notes and description of the previously unknown male of Syntexis libocedrii (Hymenoptera: Syntexidae)},
  author={Woodrow Wilson Middlekauff},
  journal={Pan-pacific Entomologist},
  year={1964},
  volume={40},
  pages={255-258}
}

First record of anaxyelid woodwasps (Hymenoptera: Anaxyelidae) in Lower Cretaceous Spanish amber

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Simultaneous analysis of the basal lineages of Hymenoptera (Insecta) using sensitivity analysis

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Phylogeny and classification of the extant basal lineages of the Hymenoptera (Insecta)

The phylogeny of the basal hymenopteran lineages, including representatives of all «symphytan» families, is analysed and it is proposed to elevate the Anaxyelidae and the Xiphydriida both to superfamily status.

Functional morphology of the male genitalia and copulation in lower Hymenoptera, with special emphasis on the Tenthredinoidea s. str. (Insecta, Hymenoptera, ‘Symphyta’)

The evolution of obligate and facultative strophandry is discussed, and it is confirmed that the stem species of all Hymenoptera was probably orthandrous and facultatively Strophandrous.

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