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      Notes on Grammospila Foerster (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Alysiinae), with description of a new species

      Journal of Hymenoptera Research

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          The species of the genus Grammospila Foerster, 1863 (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Alysiinae) are keyed, an aberrant new species from Italy, G.martae sp. n., is described and illustrated, and G.ochrogaster (Szépligeti, 1898), stat. n. is considered to be a valid species.

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          An illustrated key to the genera and subgenera of the Alysiini ( Hymenoptera , Braconidae , Alysiinae ), with three genera new for China

          Abstract An illustrated key to the genera and subgenera of the Alysiini ( Hymenoptera , Braconidae , Alysiinae ) from China is presented. Three genera new for China are reported: Adelurola Strand, 1924, Anisocyrta Foerster, 1863, and Pentapleura Foerster, 1863. The total for China is 26 genera of Alysiini and an additional seven subgenera (excluding the nominal subgenera, which are included in the total of genera). The known Chinese species are listed under each genus and the biology is summarised. Separatatus sinicus (Zheng, Chen & Yang, 2012) and Grammospila eurys (Chen & Wu, 1994) are new combinations. Regetus Papp, 1999, and Adelphenaldis Fischer, 2003, are new synonyms of Eusynaldis Zaykov & Fischer, 1982. In addition, Eusynaldis Zaykov & Fischer and Synaldis Foerster, 1863, are treated as subgenera of Aspilota Foerster, 1863, and Dinotrema Foerster, 1863, respectively. An aberrant species of Separatatus Chen & Wu, 1994, S. parallelus sp. n., is described from Yunnan and Hainan.
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            Journal
            Journal of Hymenoptera Research
            JHR
            Pensoft Publishers
            1314-2607
            1070-9428
            August 27 2018
            August 27 2018
            : 65
            : 131-140
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            10.3897/jhr.65.27626
            © 2018

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