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REVISION OF THE GENUS CAMPTOPTERA FOERSTER (HYMENOPTERA: MYMARIDAE) IN THE PALAEARCTIC REGION, WITH TAXONOMIC NOTES ON SOME EXTRALIMITAL SPECIES

@inproceedings{Triapitsyn2014REVISIONOT,
  title={REVISION OF THE GENUS CAMPTOPTERA FOERSTER (HYMENOPTERA: MYMARIDAE) IN THE PALAEARCTIC REGION, WITH TAXONOMIC NOTES ON SOME EXTRALIMITAL SPECIES},
  author={S. Triapitsyn},
  year={2014}
}
The Palaearctic species of the fairyfly genus Camptoptera Foerster, 1856 are revised and illustrated. An identification key to 13 species is provided for separation of females. The known distribution ranges of the species are given, including new records of the extralimital specimens examined. The six newly described species are C. doptera sp. n. (Italy), as well as C. fuga sp. n., C. kloptera sp. n., C. poptera sp. n., C. stoptera sp. n., and C. zagvozdka sp. n., all from the Far East of… Expand
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