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Type species of the genera of Ichneumon flies

Henry Lorenz Viereck

Type species of the genera of Ichneumon flies

by Henry Lorenz Viereck

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Published by Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ichneumonidae.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Henry L. Viereck.
    SeriesSmithsonian institution. United States National museum. Bulletin 83, Bulletin (United States National Museum) -- 83.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 186 p.
    Number of Pages186
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17867137M
    LC Control Number14030172

    Data are presented on the type-material representing the species described by Linnaeus in his genera Sphex, Chrysis, Vespa, Apis and Mutilla, The names here considered total ; six are currently.   Ichneumon Wasps have long abdomens and come in a myriad of colors and patterns. Like many wasps in this family, this species parasitizes caterpillars. Two commonly attacked species include the Fall Webworm and the Armyworm. Females generally do not sting, but a thin, needle-like ovipositor certainly suggests otherwise.

    Note: Please understand that that insects do not adhere to man-drawn borders on a map as such they may be found beyond the general "reach" as showcased on our website. Insects are typically drawn to areas by available food supply, weather, environmental factors, water supply, mating patterns etc and are quite territorial. A new species, Syntactus jiulianicus Sun & Sheng, sp.n. belonging to the tribe Pionini of the subfamily Ctenopelmatinae (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae), collected from Jiangxi Province, China, is rations of the new species and Syntactus delusor (Linnaeus, ), Syntactus minor (Holmgren, ) and Syntactus varius (Holmgren, ) are provided.

    The Ichneumonidae is the largest family of insects in Britain, with well over 2, species ranging in size from individuals 3" long with 3" ovipositors (which is big for a British insect!) to tiny ones only 1/10" in length. The family is divided into a large number of subfamilies and the larger ones are further divided into tribes. There has been a consistent trend to elevate tribes to the.   Introduction. Meteorus Haliday is a cosmopolitan genus of the subfamily Euphorinae. This genus comprises more than described species (Muesebeck, , Zitani and Shaw, , Zitani, , Shaw and Nishida, , Stigenberg, , Aguirre et al., ).Meteorus is easily distinguished from other braconids by second submarginal cell present and first tergite petiolate ().


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Type species of the genera of Ichneumon flies by Henry Lorenz Viereck Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Type species of the genera of ichneumon flies. Get this from a library. Type species of the genera of ichneumon flies. [H L Viereck] -- The following is an alphabetic catalogue of the genera of the Ichneumonoidea, together with the type of each genus.

Unless otherwise stated in the original description of every genus has been. Trogus is a genus of parasitoid wasp found in the Holarctic and Neotropic regions.

It is placed in the subfamily Ichneumoninae. Trogus species are parasites of larvae and pupae of the swallowtail butterfly family, genus consists of twelve extant and one extinct : Insecta. Ichneumonoidea contains a great deal of morphological diversity, with species ranging in size from 3 to mm ( to in) long.

Most are slender, and the females of many species (particularly in the genus Megarhyssa) have extremely long ovipositors for laying : Insecta.

Get this from a library. Descriptions of ten new genera and twenty-three new species of ichneumon-flies. [H L Viereck]. The long-tailed giant ichneumon wasp, Megarhyssa macrurus, belongs to a genus called the giant ichneumons.

Using her 4-inch-long ovipositor, the female of this species drills through decaying wood to deposit eggs onto a larval pigeon tremex, a type of horntail wasp.

Although many winged insects are commonly called flies, the name is strictly applicable only to members of Diptera.

One of the largest insect orders, it numbers more thanspecies that are relatively small, with soft bodies. This is an alphabetically ordered list of significant. Descriptions of six new genera and twelve new species of ichneumon-flies. US Government Printing Office. Viereck H.L., Results of the Yale Peruvian Expedition of Hymenoptera--Ichneumonoidea.

publisher not identified. Viereck H.L., New varieties of ichneumon-flies. Proc. US Nat. Mus. Viereck H.L., First supplement. Contributions to our knowledge of bees and Ichneumon-flies, including the descriptions of twenty-one new genera and fifty-seven new species of Ichneumon-flies.

Proc. U.S. natn. Mus. – and predators, which attack and consume many individuals of the same or different species. In the UK we have approximately 2, species of ichneumonid. Making up almost 10% of all British insects, Ichneumonidae are an important insect group and one of the most diverse.

Many of the species. Viereck, H.L. Contributions to our knowledge of bees and ichneumon flies, including the description of twenty-one new genera and fifty-seven new species of ichneumon flies. Proc. Natl. Mus., – The Ichneumonidae, also known as the ichneumon wasps or ichneumonids, is a parasitoid wasp family within the insect order insect family is among the most species-rich branches of the tree of the same time, it is one of the groups for which our knowledge most severely lags behind their actual roug species described today probably represent less.

Bees, wasps and ants are all part of an insect order called Hymenoptera. It is a huge group with many species and a diverse range of forms. The name hymenoptera means 'membrane wings'.

A typical hymenopteran has 2 pairs of wings though they are coupled together with tiny hooks so appear as 1 pair. Ichneumonidae - Ichneumons. This paper includes corrections to Viereck's " Type Species of the Genera of Ichneumon-flies " [R.A.E., A, ii, ] and many additions to the author's previous papers.

Descriptions are given of one new genus, one new subgenus and 23 new species of Ichneumonids, and three new species of Braconids. Among the new species are Phaeogenes arcticus, parasitic on Peronea sp. on spruce and hemlock. Type species of the genera of Ichneumon flies.

United States National Museum Bulletin. No pp. Credits: Page developed by Aisha Mayekiso: Next genus: Costifrons: Web author Simon van Noort (Iziko South African Museum) Citation: van Noort, S.

WaspWeb: Hymenoptera of the Afrotropical region. Wasps have biting mouthparts and antennae with 12 or 13 segments. They are normally winged. In stinging species, only the females are provided with a formidable sting, which involves use of a modified ovipositor (egg-laying structure) for piercing and venom-producing glands.

Adult wasps may feed on nectar and, in some species, on the secretions produced by larvae. Descriptions Of Five New Genera And Twenty-six New Species Of Ichneumon-flies [Henry Lorenz Viereck] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional.

Types of species, representing of the Afrotropical genera, have so far been photographed in European museums and web pages are currently being developed for these species.

Species pages can be accessed through the Classification pages. Online keys are currently being developed. Ichneumonid species richness. Some, but not all clubtail species get the common name based on the, comparatively, irregular appearance of the tail at the bottom of the abdomen.

Revisions within dragonfly taxonomy change, as scientists learn more about species and genera. Currently, clubtails divide into fourteen genera. Florin Feneru at the Natural History Museum has very helpfully told me that this ichneumon wasp is a species of the subfamily Tryphoninae, tribe Exenterini, but that it is difficult to tell from these photos what species it is.

And interestingly, I was also informed that this. Kasparyan D.R. Palaearctic species of the ichneumon-fly genus Campodorus Foerster (Hymenoptera; Ichneumonidae). III. Species with long-haired ovipositor sheath, species with uniformly rufous hind tibiae, and species with white-banded tibiae.

Entomologicheskoye Obozreniye 85 (3): – Kasparyan D.R. & Khalaim A.I. Ctenopelmatinae.Type species of the genera of Ichneumon flies. Jan ; ; Nine species of the genus Diplazon are found to occur in South Korea. One species, Diplazon koreanusis described as.

Katja Schulz/Flickr/CC BY Put plainly, without midges — a type of fly — there would be nospecifically the midges in the Ceratopogonidae and Cecidomyiidae families, are the only known pollinators of the tiny, white flowers of the cacao tree, enabling the tree to produce fruit.