Renyxidae fam. n. a new remarkable family of parasitic Hymenoptera (Proctotrupoidea) from the Russian Far East.

@inproceedings{Kozlov1994RenyxidaeFN,
  title={Renyxidae fam. n. a new remarkable family of parasitic Hymenoptera (Proctotrupoidea) from the Russian Far East.},
  author={Mikhail A. Kozlov and Norm Johnson and Joe Cora},
  year={1994}
}
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Taxonomy of parasitoid wasps in China: an overview.
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The taxonomic studies undertaken on the parasitoid wasps in China in the last eight decades are summarized and some of them have been successfully and widely used in the existing biological control while others are potentially useful in future biocontrol program. Expand
To the memory of M. A. Kozlov (1936–2006)
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Michail Alexeevich defended his remarkable doctoral thesis “Scelionids (Hymenoptera, Proctotrupoidea, Scelionidae), their systematic position, morphological and biological characteristics, distribution, evolution, phylogeny, classification and economic importance,” and in 1991 he was given the title of Professor. Expand
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Phylogeny of the Hymenoptera: A cladistic reanalysis of Rasnitsyn’s (1988) data
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A character matrix for fossil and recent hymenopterans is derived and it is shown that there is little support for Rasnitsyn’s biphyletic hypothesis, postulating a sister‐group relationship between tenthredinoids and macroxyelines, and the data favour the conventional view that Hymenoptera excluding the Xyelidae are monophyletic. Expand