3 edition of New Pteromalidae of the Dibrachys Group (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea) with a key to genera found in the catalog.
New Pteromalidae of the Dibrachys Group (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea) with a key to genera
George Egbert Wallace
|Other titles||New Pteromalidae of the Dibrachys Group (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea ...|
|Statement||George E. Wallace.|
|Series||Annals of Carnegie Museum ;, v. 44, article 11, Annals of the Carnegie Museum ;, v. 44, article 11.|
|LC Classifications||AS36 P7 vol. 44, art. 11, QL568.P94 P7 vol. 44, art. 11|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 171-181 :|
|Number of Pages||181|
|LC Control Number||81480166|
Helocasis burksi  är en stekelart som beskrevs av Wallace Helocasis burksi ingår i släktet Helocasis och familjen puppglanssteklar.   Inga underarter finns listade i Rike: Djur, Animalia. BioKIDS - Kids' Inquiry of Diverse Species. Skip directly to main content. Kids' Inquiry of Diverse Species. CyberTracker Tools; ChangeThinking; Family Pteromalidae. Species Dibrachys affinis.
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(). Potential enemies of the introduced wasp parasitoid Sphecophaga vesparum (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Zoology: Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. Cited by: 5. Chalcidoidea Parasitizing Forest Defoliators(Hymenoptera),Based upon the survey of over 30 years on chalcidoid parasitoids of forest defoliators in China, the present book describes species in eight families and 41 genera of Chacidoidea (Hymenoptera), in which 44 species are new to science, and four genera and 16 species are new to China.A historical review on biological control of forest.
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Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Dibrachys Forster is one of about genera of Nearctic Pteromalidae and contains 4 described species for this region (Peck ).
Wallace () as-signed Dibrachys to a group of 14 genera (Dibrachys Group), gave a key to the genera, and cataloged all known species. The genus Dibrachys. The pteromalid Dibrachys boarmiae was reared from pupae of Leucoptera scitella [L.
malifoliella] taken from apple in the Plovdiv region of Bulgaria in This was the first record of the parasite from Bulgaria and its first record as a parasite of L. malifoliella. The parasite is redescribed briefly and : N.
Borichenko, S. Ivanov. Four new pirasocrinid crinoids from the Ames Limestone, Pennsylvanian, of Brooke County, West Virginia Vol Page New Pteromalidae of the Dibrachys Group (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) with a key to genera. The taxonomy and host ranges of the cavus species complex within Dibrachys Förster (Chalcidoidea: Pteromalidae) are revised.
Examination of about specimens, including multivariate. Key words: Hymenoptera, Chal cidoidea, Pteromalidae, genera and s pecies new to Romania, new host records. Rezumat. Pteromalidae (H ymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) noi pentr u România obţinute din cre. Diapausing larvae of Pectinophora gossypiella and adults of the ectoparasite Dibrachys sp.
were collected from cotton in Egypt. The biology of the ectoparasite was observed in the laboratory at 23°C and 62% RH. The ratio of males to females was Adult parasites emerged from the host cocoon through a hole made by emergent males and enlarged by females, which required days more for Author: A.
Hekal. Chalcidoid wasps (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) of the family Pteromalidae comprise the principle parasitoids of pest flies (Diptera) associated with livestock. At least 15 native species of filth fly parasitoids have been identified and a few foreign species have been introduced into North America for classical biological control.
Key words: Hymenoptera, Pteromalidae, parasitoids, Western Iran, distribution, new records. Introduction Pteromalidae is the largest family in the Chalcidoidea mem-bers of which are distributed in all the zoogeographical re-gions of the world (Noyes ).
Majority of the species are primary or secondary parasitoids attacking other insect. Dibrachys (dibrachys) cavus (Walker, ) Pteromalus perversus Walker, Espesye sa insekto nga una nga gihulagway ni Walker ni adtong ang Dibrachys cavus. Ang Dibrachys cavus sakop sa kahenera nga Dibrachys sa kabanay nga Pteromalidae.
Pagka karon wala pay siak nga nalista ubos niini niya. Ang mga gi basihan Ginharian: Animalia. Another member of the Dibrachys Group, Trichomalopsis dubius, was placed outside of the Nasonia complex.
The D2 region had a base substitution rate =2 times slower than the ITS2 region and was used to resolve the phylogenetic affiliation of an eulophid, Melittobia digitata, to the by: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Pteromalidae are a very large family of mostly parasitoid wasps, with some 3, described species in about genera (the number was greater, but many species and genera have been reduced to synonymy in recent years).Class: Insecta.
Review of Dibrachys Förster from China (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea, Pteromalidae) : Date: Page Range: Publication info: Pensoft Publishers Subjects: China Mainland Dibrachys key new record new species Pteromalidae taxonomy.
A taxonomic study of Muscidifurax Girault & Sanders from China (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea. Sarikaya and A. Gülel, Effects of host species, stage and size on the sex ratio and clutch size of the parasitoid, Dibrachys boarmiae (Walker, ) (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae), Bulletin of Entomological Research,03, (), ().Cited by: Pteromalidae species – Roptrocerus xylophagorum was recorded for the studied region.
However, available sources show that the eulophids were extensively studied so far. Therefore, a table with references about Eulophidae including data type and number of studied taxa is given.
A short list of new species for the Rhodope Mts. is also presented. Dibrachys (dibrachys) cavus (Walker, ) Pteromalus perversus Walker, An Dibrachys cavus in uska species han Hymenoptera nga syahan ginhulagway ni Walker hadton An Dibrachys cavus in nahilalakip ha genus nga Dibrachys, ngan familia nga Pteromalidae.
Waray hini Ginhadi-an: Animalia. Pteromalidae Dalman, References. Burks, R.A. Formation of family group names using the stem of -gaster, with special reference to names based on Miscogaster and Sphegigaster a new name for Wesenbergia Hartman,and the description of a new species (Annelida.
NB: This list represents valid Chalcidoid taxa. Family- and genus-group synonyms are not included. A new genus of Pteromalidae from Missouri, the type-species of which parasitizes Uloborus octonarius Muma (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea; Araneida: Uloboridae). Kan.
Introduction. Pteromalinae Dalman, is the largest subfamily in Pteromalidae and currently includes 2, extant species of genera ().In general, Pteromalinae are recognized within the superfamily Chalcidoidea based on lack of characters that define other families, and they are Cited by: 2.
Gumovsky () revised the Ukrainian species of hercyna group, discussed the diagnostic characters of the group, and recorded 7 species from Ukraine: E. procioni, E. gracilior, E. heyeri, E.
abdera, E. ukrainicus, E. diotimus and E. ergias and established 5 new File Size: KB.Pteromalidae. The Pteromalidae comprise a diverse group of Hymenoptera, which includes some gall formers. For example, Dibrachys cavus (Walker) is a generalist parasitoid that also attacks other beetles (Boone et al., and references therein).
View chapter Purchase book.A new species of Klabonosa Bouček (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) reared from eggs of Endochus sp. (Hemiptera: Reduviidae) from India. Zootaxa (3): – DOI: /zootaxa Reference page. Koçak, A.Ö.; Kemal, M. Nomenclatural notes on the genus group names in the order Hymenoptera (Chalcidoidea).