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      A new species of Masarina Richards 1962 from southern Africa, description of the female of M. ceres Gess 1997 and supplementary data on three other species of the genus (Hymenoptera, Vespidae, Masarinae)

      Journal of Hymenoptera Research

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          A new species of Masarina Richards 1961, M. gabymariae, associated with Hermannia (Mahernia) diffusa L., Malvaceae: Sterculioideae) is described from a relict patch of Swartland Granite Renosterveld at Darling in the Western Cape Province of South Africa and the hitherto unknown female of M. ceres Gess 1997 is described from Graafwater in the same province. Supplementary collecting data are given for three other species of the genus, M. hyalinipennis Richards 1962, M. mixta Richards 1962 and M. strucki Gess 1988.

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          The Pollen Wasps

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            Checklist of Species of the Subfamily Masarinae (Hymenoptera: Vespidae)

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              Journal
              Journal of Hymenoptera Research
              JHR
              Pensoft Publishers
              1314-2607
              1070-9428
              March 23 2012
              March 23 2012
              : 25
              : 83-92
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              10.3897/jhr.25.2442
              © 2012

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