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Trisecodes gen. n., (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae: Entedoninae), the first eulophid with three tarsal segments.

  title={Trisecodes gen. n., (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae: Entedoninae), the first eulophid with three tarsal segments.},
  author={G{\'e}rard Delvare and John Lasalle},
  journal={Journal of Hymenoptera Research},
Les auteurs decrivent le nouveau genre neotropical Trisecodes, ainsi que son espece type, T. agromyzae, dans la sous-famille des Entedoninae (Eulophidae). Ils discutent ensuite de sa position systematique a l'interieur des Chalcidoidea puis des Eulophidae. Ils citent les hotes de cette espece, qui appartiennent tous a la famille des Agromyzidae (Diptera). Il s'agit du premier Eulophidae, mais aussi du premier chalcidien n'appartenant pas aux Trichogrammatidae, dont les deux sexes presentent des… 
A new species of Trisecodes from the Afrotropics (Hymenoptera, Eulophidae) .
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