Review of the hymenopteran fauna of New Caledonia with a checklist of species.

@article{Jennings2013ReviewOT,
  title={Review of the hymenopteran fauna of New Caledonia with a checklist of species.},
  author={John T. Jennings and Lars Krogmann and Chris J. Burwell},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2013},
  volume={3736},
  pages={
          1-53
        }
}
The hymenopteran fauna of New Caledonia is reviewed and compared with that of Australia and New Zealand, as well as other islands in the south-west Pacific. In conclusion, several different scenarios (e.g., recent dispersal events and radiations) can be used to explain the extant distribution of New Caledonian Hymenoptera. A detailed checklist of 409 species and subspecies of Hymenoptera of New Caledonia is provided, along with estimates of the undescribed fauna, and a summary of the general… 

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