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      A new, endemic genus of Anomaloninae (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae) from St Helena

      Journal of Hymenoptera Research

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          A new genus, Helenanomalon gen. n., of the ichneumonid subfamily Anomaloninae is described for two newly described species, Helenanomalon ashmolei sp. n. and H. bonapartei sp. n. Helenanomalon species are endemic to the remote South Atlantic island of St Helena, where they are the only known anomalonines. Unusually amongst anomalonines, there seems to be pronounced sexual dimorphism. The possible affinities of Helenanomalon are discussed.

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            Journal of Hymenoptera Research
            JHR
            Pensoft Publishers
            1314-2607
            1070-9428
            December 22 2014
            December 22 2014
            : 41
            : 31-45
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            10.3897/JHR.41.8099
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