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Description of three new genera and four new species of Neanastatinae (Hymenoptera, Eupelmidae) from Baltic amber, with discussion of their relationships to extant taxa  [cached]
Gary Gibson
ZooKeys , 2009, DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.20.161
Abstract: Aspidopleura baltica gen. n. and sp. n., Brevivulva electroma gen. n. and sp. n., Neanaperiallus masneri gen. n. and sp. n., and Metapelma archetypon sp. n. are described in Neanastatinae (Chalcidoidea, Eupelmidae) from Baltic amber. New information is given on the morphology of Eopelma Gibson, Lambdobregma Gibson, Metapelma Westwood and Neanastatus Girault, the four extant genera previously classified in Neanastatinae, and the extinct and extant taxa are compared with other Chalcidoidea for hypotheses of character evolution and phylogenetic relationships. Structural features of Neanaperiallus and Aspidopleura indicate that except for a greatly enlarged acropleuron the groundplan structure of Neanastatinae was similar to male Eupelminae or some Cleonyminae (Pteromalidae). Furthermore, classification of Neanaperiallus in Neanastatinae results in no putative autapomorphies to support monophyly of the subfamily. Some features of Encyrtidae, Tanaostigmatidae and Neanastatinae suggest that the taxa may have had a common ancestor, therefore rendering Eupelmidae paraphyletic. A key to the seven recognized genera and a revised diagnosis of Neanastatinae are given.
Calosotinae and Neanastatinae in the Iberian Peninsula and Canary Islands, with descriptions of new species and a supplementary note on Brasema Cameron, 1884 (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea, Eupelmidae)
Askew, R. R.,Nieves-Aldrey, J. L.
Graellsia , 2006,
Abstract: Recognized as occurring in the Iberian Peninsula and Canary Islands are nine species of Calosota, seven species of Eusandalum and one species of Pentacladia in Calosotinae, and one species each of Metapelma and Neanastatus in Neanastatinae. Taxonomic and biological data, keys to species of Calosota and Eusandulum, and descriptions of two new species of Calosota are provided. The following new synonymies are proposed: Calosota fumipennis Bolívar under C. aestivalis Curtis, C. lixobia Erd s under C. obscura Ruschka, C. matritensis Bolívar and C. modesta Bolívar under C. viridis Masi. A supplementary note on Brasema (Eupelminae) in Spain is appended with Brasema ephedricola Askew synonymized under Brasema stenos (Boucek) (new combination). Se revisan las especies de la Península Ibérica e Islas Canarias de las subfamilias Calosotinae y Neanastatinae (Eupelmidae). En Calosotinae se reconocen nueve especies de Calosota, siete de Eusandalum y una de Pentacladia, mientras que Neanastatinae incluye una especie de Metapelma y una de Neanastatus. Se aportan datos taxonómicos y biológicos, claves de identificación de las especies de Calosota y Eusandalum, y se describen dos especies nuevas para la ciencia de Calosota. Se proponen las siguientes sinonimias: Calosota fumipennis Bolívar con C aestivalis Curtis, C. lixobia Erd s con C. obscura Ruschka; C. matritensis Bolívar y C. modesta Bolívar con C. viridis Masi. Finalmente se a ade una nota suplementaria sobre Brasema (Eupelminae) y Brasema ephedricola Askew se sinonimiza con Brasema stenus (Boucek) (combinación nueva).
The types of Eupelmidae and Trichogrammatidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) housed at the Museo de La Plata, Argentina
Loiácono,Marta S.; Margaría,Cecilia B.; Gallardo,Fabiana E.; Diaz,Norma B.;
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2004,
Abstract: the 20 type specimens of eupelmidae and 230 of trichogrammatidae (hymenoptera: chalcidoidea) housed at the museo de la plata, argentina (división entomología) were examined and listed, providing update information on categories of types, data of collection and hosts. the types belong to six species of eupelmidae described by de santis, and 26 of trichogrammatidae by de santis (22) and viggiani (4).
The types of Eupelmidae and Trichogrammatidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) housed at the Museo de La Plata, Argentina Los tipos de Eupelmidae y Trichogrammatidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) depositados en el Museo de La Plata, Argentina  [cached]
Marta S. Loiácono,Cecilia B. Margaría,Fabiana E. Gallardo,Norma B. Diaz
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2004,
Abstract: The 20 type specimens of Eupelmidae and 230 of Trichogrammatidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) housed at the Museo de La Plata, Argentina (División Entomología) were examined and listed, providing update information on categories of types, data of collection and hosts. The types belong to six species of Eupelmidae described by De Santis, and 26 of Trichogrammatidae by De Santis (22) and Viggiani (4). Fueron examinados y listados los 20 tipos de Eupelmidae y los 230 de Trichogrammatidae depositados en el Museo de La Plata (División Entomología); para cada taxón se brinda la información actualizada acerca de los materiales tipo, datos de recolección y huéspedes. Estos tipos pertenecen a seis especies de Eupelmidae descriptas por De Santis y 26 de Trichogrammatidae por De Santis (22) y Viggiani (4).
Biology of Anastatus dasyni Ferr (Hymenoptera: Eupelmidae) on Egg of Dasynus piperis China (Hemiptera: Coreidae)  [PDF]
IM TRISAWA,AUNU RAUF,UTOMO KARTOSUWONDO
HAYATI Journal of Biosciences , 2007,
Abstract: Anastatus dasyni Ferr wasp (Hymenoptera: Eupelmidae) is one of the parasitoids attacking eggs of the pepper berry sucking bug, Dasynus piperis China (Hemiptera: Coreidae). Study was conducted in the laboratory to determine immature development, adult longevity, fecundity, sex ratio, oviposition preference, and number of host parasitized. The result showed that immature development time from egg up to adult was 15.57 + 0.09 days, mean fecundity was 99.45 + 5.60 eggs, and sex ratio (% of females) was 67.28 + 0.56%. If provided with honey 10% and host eggs, females lived for 37.7 + 2.78 days and males 6.30 + 0.56 days. Host eggs aged one and two days were more preferred by A. dasyni for oviposition. Mean number of hosts parasitized by this wasp aged less than one day was much lower as compared to the older one.
The genus Eupelmus Dalman, 1820 (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea, Eupelmidae) in peninsular Spain and the Canary Islands, with taxonomic notes and descriptions of new species
Askew, R. R.,Nieves-Aldrey, J. L.
Graellsia , 2000,
Abstract: The occurrence of twenty-six species of Eupelmus Dalman in peninsular Spain and the Canary Islands is reported. Eleven species are newly recorded for Spain. Taxonomic, distributional and biological data are given. Two new species and one new subspecies are described. Eupelmus matranus Erd s is removed from synonymy under E. splendens Giraud and accorded specific rank; E. valentinus Bolívar is newly synonymized under E. testaceiventris (Motschulsky) and E. capillaris Bolívar under E. fuscipennis F rster. A key to females is provided. Se citan 26 especies de Eupelmus Dalman de Espa a peninsular e Islas Canarias, 11 de las cuales se citan por primera vez en Espa a. Se describen dos especies y una subespecie nuevas para la ciencia y se aportan nuevos datos taxonómicos, de biología y de distribución de todas las especies listadas. Eupelmus matranus Erd s se rehabilita de sinonimia con E. splendens Giraud, otorgándole rango específico válido. Eupelmus valentinus se sinonimiza de nuevo con E. testaceiventris (Motschulsky) y E. capillaris Bolívar con E. fuscipennis F rster. Se incluye una clave de identificación de las especies basada en las hembras.
Primeiro registro de ocorrência do parasitóide Brasema sp. (hymenoptera: eupelmidae) em ovos de Leptoglossus zonatus (Dallas, 1852) (hemiptera: coreidae) no Brasil
Marchiori, Carlos Henrique;Oliveira, Aldaisa Martins da Silva;Costa, Márcio Cleiber Rabelo;
Ciência Rural , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782002000600024
Abstract: this work reports, for the first time, of parasitoid brasema sp. (hymenoptera: eupelmidae) parasitizinf eggs of leptoglossus zonatus (hemiptera: coreidae) in maize cultivate in itumbiara, go, brazil. the percentage of parasitizing was 4,8%. brasema sp. constitutes ectoparasitoid of beetle larvae and other hosts concealed in plant tissue.
Rythmes d'activité locomotrice chez deux insectes parasito?des sympatriques : Eupelmus orientalis et Eupelmus vuilleti (Hyménoptère, Eupelmidae)  [PDF]
Auguste Ndoutoume,Danielle Rousse,Roland Allemand
Quantitative Biology , 2007,
Abstract: With an automatic image analysis device, we studied the temporal distribution of the locomotor activity of E. orientalis and E. vuilleti during 24 h, and over several days to know whether the activity rhythms of these two Eupelmidae play a role in their competitive interactions. The analysis of locomotor activity rhythms of E. orientalis and E. vuilleti shows that the locomotor activity of both species presents daily cyclic variations. These two Eupelmidae have similar activity rhythms. Displacements of these parasitoids essentially take place during the photophase. But the activity of E. vuilleti is earlier, because the individuals of this species start their activity on average 4 to 5 h earlier than those of E. orientalis. E. vuilleti begins its displacements several hours before the onset of lighting, whereas E. orientalis is active only in the presence of the light. This shift of starting activity is thus a factor allowing these concurrent species to minimize their interactions during the cohabitation period in traditional granaries after the harvests of cowpea.
Primeiro registro de ocorrência do parasitóide Brasema sp. (hymenoptera: eupelmidae) em ovos de Leptoglossus zonatus (Dallas, 1852) (hemiptera: coreidae) no Brasil  [cached]
Marchiori Carlos Henrique,Oliveira Aldaisa Martins da Silva,Costa Márcio Cleiber Rabelo
Ciência Rural , 2002,
Abstract: Este trabalho registra a primeira ocorrência do parasitóide Brasema sp. (Hymenoptera: Eupelmidae) parasitando ovos de Leptoglossus zonatus (Hemiptera: Coreidae) em cultivar de milho em Itumbiara, GO. A porcentagem de parasitismo foi de 4,8%. Brasema sp. constitue-se em ectoparasitóide de larvas de coleópteros e de outros hospedeiros no interior de tecidos de plantas.
Especies neotropicales de Lecaniobius Ashmead (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea: Eupelmidae): clave y descripción de dos especies nuevas
MYARTSEVA, Svetlana N.;RUíZ-CANCINO, Enrique;CORONADO-BLANCO, Juana María;
Acta zoológica mexicana , 2010,
Abstract: a review of neotropical species of the genus lecaniobius is given, with a key to identify it. lecaniobius mexicanus sp. n. from mexico and l. nicaraguensis sp. n. from nicaragua are described; l. capitatus gahan and l. cockerellii ashmead are redescribed, including some additional morphological characteristics.
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