Parasitic Hymenoptera inhabiting seeds of Ephedra nebrodensis in Spain, with descriptions of a phytophagous pteromalid and four other new species of Chalcidoidea

@inproceedings{Askew1997ParasiticHI,
  title={Parasitic Hymenoptera inhabiting seeds of Ephedra nebrodensis in Spain, with descriptions of a phytophagous pteromalid and four other new species of Chalcidoidea},
  author={Richard Robinson Askew and Javier Blasco-Zumeta},
  year={1997}
}
An account is presented of the taxonomy and biology of a community of parasitic Hymenoptera living in seeds of Ephedra nebrodensis in Spain. A miscogasterine pteromalid, representing a new genus and species, is phytophagous and the other six species, of which four chalcidoid species are described as new, are parasitoids of it. About 63% of seeds contained Hymenoptera. 

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