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      Three new species of the Macrophya maculitibia group (Hymenoptera, Tenthredinidae) with a key to known species from China

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      Zoosystematics and Evolution

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          The Macrophya maculitibia group is proposed and defined. Five species are reported from China, among them three new species, Macrophya longifossa sp. n., M. motuoa sp. n., and M. yunnana sp. n., and two known species, M. maculitibia Takeuchi, 1933, and M. jiuzhaina Chen & Wei, 2005. A key to the Chinese species of the M. maculitibia group is provided.

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            A new species of Macrophya Dahlbom (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) with a key to species of the Macrophya coxalis group from China

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              Journal
              Zoosystematics and Evolution
              ZSE
              Pensoft Publishers
              1860-0743
              1435-1935
              February 11 2019
              February 11 2019
              : 95
              : 1
              : 37-48
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              10.3897/zse.95.28804
              © 2019

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