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      Redescription of Chrysoctonus and description of Chrysoctonoides (Hymenoptera, Mymaridae), a new genus from the Australian Region

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      Australia, Chrysoctonus, Myrmecomymar, redescription

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          Chrysoctonoides longisetosa Huber & Triapitsyn ( Hymenoptera : Mymaridae ), gen. n. and sp. n., is described from Australia. It is compared with the related genus Chrysoctonus , known from Africa and the New World. Myrmecomymar Yoshimoto, syn. n., is synonymized under Chrysoctonus Mathot and its type species is transferred to Chrysoctonus as Chrysoctonus masneri (Yoshimoto), comb. n.

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          Revision and cladistic analysis of the Guineo-Congolian spider genus Smeringopina Kraus (Araneae, Pholcidae).

           Manuel Huber (2012)
          The genus Smeringopina Kraus, 1957 is revised, with redescriptions of the nine previously known species and descriptions of 35 new species. Smeringopina is largely restricted to the tropical forests of West and Central Africa. It includes both large species that build their domed sheet-webs in protected spaces near the ground, and small (probably derived) litter-dwelling species. With leg spans up to 18 cm the former group includes some of the largest pholcids known. A first cladistic analysis of Smeringopina, based on 68 morphological (including SEM) characters, suggests several well-defined species groups but also identifies some problematic species whose phylogenetic position needs further study. The ‘Da-homey-Gap’ separates two small western clades (the guineensis species group and two species of the ankasa group) from all other species. The following new species are described: S. ankasa; S. attuleh; S. bamenda; S. bayaka; S. belinga; S. bioko; S. bomfobiri; S. bwiti; S. chaillu; S. djidji; S. ebolowa; S. essotah; S. etome; S. fang; S. fon; S. ibadan; S. iboga; S. kala; S. kikongo; S. kinguele; S. kribi; S. lekoni; S. luki; S. mayebout; S. mbouda; S. mohoba; S. moudouma; S. ndjole; S. ngungu; S. nyasoso; S. ogooue; S. sahoue; S. simintang; S. tchimbele; S. tebe.
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            Revision of Ooctonus in the Neotropical region and comparison with Boudiennyia (Hymenoptera Mymaridae)

             JOHN HUBER (2013)
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              Journal
              Zookeys
              Zookeys
              ZooKeys
              ZooKeys
              Pensoft Publishers
              1313-2989
              1313-2970
              2015
              21 May 2015
              : 505
              : 79-101
              Affiliations
              [1 ]Natural Resources Canada, c/o Canadian National Collection of Insects, AAFC, K.W. Neatby building, 960 Carling Avenue, Ottawa, ON, K1A 0C6, Canada
              [2 ]Department of Entomology, University of California, Riverside, CA, 9252-0314, USA
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              Corresponding author: John T. Huber ( john.huber@ 123456agr.gc.ca )

              Academic editor: M. Engel

              Article
              10.3897/zookeys.505.9472
              4453237
              John T. Huber, Serguei Triapitsyn

              This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY 4.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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              Animal science & Zoology

              mymaridae, hymenoptera, animalia, redescription, myrmecomymar, chrysoctonus, australia

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