Revision and phylogeny of the rare Priotomis Townes (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae, Cryptinae), with three new species and first description of the male

@article{Tedesco2011RevisionAP,
  title={Revision and phylogeny of the rare Priotomis Townes (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae, Cryptinae), with three new species and first description of the male},
  author={Anazelia M. Tedesco and Alexandre P. Aguiar},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2011},
  volume={3031},
  pages={14-36}
}
Priotomis vinhai Tedesco, sp. nov., from the restingas of southeastern Brazil, P. echyrus Tedesco, sp. nov., from Mexico and Costa Rica, and Priotomis flammatus Tedesco, sp. nov., from Panama and Brazil, are described and illustrated. The monophyly of the genus and the relationships of its species were cladistically tested using implied weighting, in a matrix with 22 species, including four species of Priotomis, and 92 external structural characters. Concavity constants (K) from 1 to 6 were… 
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