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polyphyletic nature of apanteles foerster (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)
W. R. M. Mason
|Series||Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada -- no. 115|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||147|
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polyphyletic nature of apanteles foerster book polyphyletic nature of apanteles foerster (hymenoptera: braconidae): a phylogeny and reclassification of microgastrinae1 - volume supplement - w. masonCited by: The polyphyletic nature of Apanteles Foerster (Hymenoptera: Braconidae): a phylogeny and reclassification of Microgastrinae.
[W R M Mason] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create. Microgastrinae is a subfamily of braconid wasps, encompassing 2, described species, with an estimated 5, total species.
  This makes it one of the richest subfamilies with the most species of parasitoid : Insecta. Choeras Mason, References. Mason, W.R.M. The polyphyletic nature of Apanteles Foerster (Hymenoptera: Braconidae): a phylogeny and reclassification of Microgastrinae.
Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada, () DOI: /entmfv Reference page. Narendran On Indian species of Choeras Mason (Hymenoptera. BIOLOGICAL CONTROL 1, () Hyperparasites Attacking Cotesia glomerata (L.) and Cotesia rubecula (Marshall) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) in Southwestern Virginia R.
MCDONALD* AND L. KOK Department of Entomology, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia ; and *North Carolina Department of Agriculture, Plant Industry Division, P.O.
BoxCited by: Teremys Mason, References [ edit ] Mason, W.R.M. The polyphyletic nature of Apanteles Foerster polyphyletic nature of apanteles foerster book Braconidae): a phylogeny and reclassification of Microgastrinae. The polyphyletic nature of Apanteles Foerster (Hymenoptera: Braconidae): A phylogeny and reclassification of Microgastrinae.
– Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 1– Mason W.R.M., Author: Khuat Dang Long, Dang Thi Dzung. polyphyletic nature of apanteles foerster book Personal Reminiscences Don’s Perspective.
While polydnavirus (PDV) research, as we know it today, can be said polyphyletic nature of apanteles foerster book have started in my laboratory, it clearly had its roots elsewhere, primarily in the Salt () and Vinson (see below and Vinson, the Foreword for this volume) labs.
What I brought, for the first time, was the perspective of a virologist and, as will be seen, the unanticipated Cited by: 3. A Yugoslavian strain ofCotesia rubecula (Marshall) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) was released in spring broccoli for control of the imported cabbageworm,Pieris rapae (L.), in Montgomery Co., Virginia, in C.
rubecula reproduced and parasitized imported cabbageworm larvae in fall broccoli in It was found in moderate numbers in the summer and fall crops inand by fall had Cited by: The present study is based on the genus Cotesia Cameron, collected from Khuzestan Province in the Southwestern part of Iran during – Nine species (+ specimens) of the genus Cotesia were collected and identified.
We recognised three new species, which we describe and illustrate here: Cotesia elongata Zargar & Gupta sp. nov., C. khuzestanesis Zargar & Gupta sp.
ent. Soc. Canadafigs The Polyphyletic Nature of Apanteles Foerster (Hymenoptera: Braconidae): A Phylogeny and Reclassification of Microgastrinae. – The Entomological Society of Cited by: 4.
Microgastrinae is one of the largest subfamilies of the Braconidae with about 2, described species worldwide. These wasps are of enormous ecological interest due to their role in controlling the caterpillar populations.
This study analyses diversity and community structure within the Microgastrinae in the Artikutza Forest, located in the Peñas de Aia Natural Park, western Pyrenees, by: 7.
The subfamily Microgastrinae contains an extraordinarily rich diversity of parasitoid wasps which parasitise larval lepidopterans. The Australian fauna has generally been poorly studied, particularly for the very speciose genera. One such genus is Dolichogenidea Vierek, which in Australia is known from only six described species.
Here we describe three new species of Dolichogenidea from Cited by: 3. Abstract. Neoclarkinella Rema and Narendran, is a rarely found genus belonging to subfamily Microgastrinae, previously reported only from Philpines, China, Thailand, Malaysia and India.
In the present study this genus was explored from Murree, Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan. To collect the specimens sweep net and mouth operated aspirator was used. A new species of Diolcogaster (Ashmead, ) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) is described and illustrated.
Additionally, a key to all New World species formally published of the xanthaspis species-group (to which the new species belongs) is provided.
The solitary larval parasitoid Diolcogaster flammeus sp. nov. was collected in Viçosa, Minas Gerais State, by: 1. Based on 35 analyzed reared broods, each one referring to a larva of O. invirae from nature, were registered cocoons, averaging ± per host.
Taking into account that the number of cocoons is the number of eggs laid per host-larva, whose average number of eggs laid was Author: Geraldo Salgado-Neto, James Bryan Whitfield, Flávio Roberto Mello Garcia, Flávio Roberto Mello Garci. Bionomics of the Braconidae Bionomics of the Braconidae Wharton, R A The family Braconidae is one of the largest in the Hymenoptera, containing more t valid species (87).
Together with the Ichneumonidae, it forms a distinctive superfamily among the assemblage of hymenopterans known as the parasitic wasps (39). Full text of "Bulletin of zoological nomenclature" See other formats. Hymenoptera is one of the largest insect orders, with a world fauna approximately of thousand species in more than genera from 94 extant families, a Palaearctic fauna of 50–60 thousand estimated species, and a Russian fauna of thousand species in genera from 78 families.
The modern classification of Hymenoptera is given. The second volume treats the all recent groups of. Full text of "Research Branch report, = Rapport de la Direction générale de la recherche, " See other formats.
INTRODUCTION. Eupelmus (Macroneura Walker) is a cosmopolitan subgenus of parasitoid wasps, although the group was most likely absent from Australasia prior to human expansion because it is represented there by only two widespread species (Bouček, ).The circumscription of the subgenus and its synonymy can be found in Gibson ().In the Palaearctic region, the group is Cited by: 6.
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