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Summary Charipinae is an important subfamily of aphid hyperparasitoids. As aphids are some of the most significant pests in the world, studying the insect community associated with them is of crucial importance. Here, we review the biological information available on Charipinae. The information...
Summary Azteca chartifex spiriti is a dominant arboreal ant living in forests and agroforests in southeast Bahia, Brazil. This species is especially important as it is considered as one of the main agents of natural biological control in cocoa plantations. This ant builds carton structures...
Summary The first vespid species from the Lower Cretaceous Crato formation (Brazil) is described and figured as Curiosivespa sennlaubi Jouault, Rasnitsyn & Nel, n. sp. This new species can be differentiated from the other Curiosivespa species, inter alia, by its forewing venation (e.g. Rs+M and...
Summary Four solitary wasps, Apodynerus troglodytes (Saussure, 1856), Antepipona biguttata (Fabricius, 1787), Euodynerus trilobus (Fabricius, 1787) (all Vespidae: Eumeninae), and Chalybion japonicum (Gribodo, 1882) (Sphecidae), and one solitary bee, Amegilla zonata (Linnaeus, 1758) (Apidae)...
Summary New faunistic and distributional data are provided on grasshopper and cricket fauna from the Oriental region of Morocco, a poorly studied area, covering 88,681 km2. An annotated list of 62 species, belonging to 41 genera and 10 families, is given. Fourteen species are newly recorded for...
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