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THE GENUS CHARMON HALIDAY (HYMENOPTERA:BRACONIDAE: CHARMONTINAE) FROM CHINA

@article{Xuexi1996THEGC,
  title={THE GENUS CHARMON HALIDAY (HYMENOPTERA:BRACONIDAE: CHARMONTINAE) FROM CHINA},
  author={Chen Xuexi},
  journal={Entomotaxonomia},
  year={1996}
}
Charmontinae is a small cosmopolitan subfamily of endoparasites of hidden-living larvae of Lepidoptera. It is characterized by ventral rim of clypeus with row of almost confluent punctures, mesoscutum protruding anteriorly, vein 2A of hind wing present and vein r-m of fore wing absent. This subfamily contains two genera, e. g. Charmon Haliday, 1833 and Charmontia van Achterberg, 1979. Three species of this genus Charmon from China are reported in this paper, among them one species is new to… 
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