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      Revision of the Palaearctic species of Lysitermus Foerster (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Hormiinae)

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          The three Palaearctic species of Lysitermus Foerster, 1863 (Braconidae, Hormiinae, Lysitermini) are revised. The type species is described for the first time together with both of the other species. Lysitermus suecicus (Hedqvist, 1957) is a new synonym of L. tritoma (Bouček, 1956), and L. longiventris (Tobias, 1976) of L. talitzkii (Tobias, 1971), stat. nov.

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            Review of the Hormiini (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) with a description of new taxa

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              Systematics, Phylogeny, and Evolution of Braconid Wasps: 30 Years of Progress

              The parasitoid wasp family Braconidae is likely the second-most species-rich family in the animal kingdom. Braconid wasps are widely distributed and often encountered. They constitute one of the principal groups of natural enemies of phytophagous insects, of which many are serious pest species. The enormous biological diversification of braconid wasps has led to many homoplasies, which contributed widely to instabilities in historical classifications. Recent studies using combinations of genetic markers or total mitochondrial genomes allow for better founded groupings and will ultimately lead to a stable classification. We present the current status of the phylogenetics of the Braconidae in a historical perspective and our understanding of the effects on higher classification.
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                ZooKeys
                ZK
                Pensoft Publishers
                1313-2970
                1313-2989
                May 28 2021
                May 28 2021
                : 1040
                : 65-89
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                10.3897/zookeys.1040.66274
                © 2021

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