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Revision of the western Palaearctic Phanerotomini (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)

@article{Achterberg1990RevisionOT,
  title={Revision of the western Palaearctic Phanerotomini (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)},
  author={Cornelis Van Achterberg},
  journal={Zoologische Verhandelingen},
  year={1990},
  volume={255},
  pages={1-106}
}
Keys are given to the Western Palaearctic genera of the subfamily Cheloninae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), and to Western Palaearctic species of the genera Phanerotoma Wesmael and Phanerotomella Szepligeti of the tribe Phanerotomini. The genus Leptodrepana Shaw, 1983 is synonymized with the genus Ascogaster Wesmael, 1835. The genera Ichneutipterus Vachal, 1907; Tritoma Szepligeti, 1908; Szepligetia Schulz, 1911; Neoacampis Szepligeti, 1914, and Tritomios Strand, 1921 are new synonyms of the genus… 
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