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Metapelma compressipes

                                               

Perilampidae

In Perilampidae, a small family in the Chalcidoidea, composed mainly hyperparasitoids. The family is closely connected with the Eucharitidae, and the eucharitids appear to have evolved in Perilampidae, which makes the family paraphyletic. Current ...

                                               

Signiphoridae

Signiphoridae is a small family of parasitic wasps in the superfamily Chalcidoidea. Approximately 80 species placed in four genera.

                                               

Tanaostigmatidae

In Tanaostigmatidae is a small family of parasitic wasps in the superfamily Chalcidoidea. They are almost exclusively phytophagous insects, forming galls on the stems of plants, leaves or seeds. Approximately 90 species of 9 genera, primarily tro ...

                                               

Agaonidae

                                               

Aphelinidae

                                               

Encyrtidae

                                               

Eulophidae

                                               

Eupelmidae

                                               

Eurytomidae

                                               

Mymaridae

                                               

Pteromalidae

                                               

Trichogrammatidae

                                               

Chalcidoidea stubs

                                               

Cynipoidea

In Cynipoidea are the average hymenopteran superfamily that presently includes five modern families and three extinct families, though others have been recognized in the past. The most familiar members of the group are phytophagous, especially as ...

                                               

Liopteridae

Family Liopteridae wood-boring parasitoid wasps. They occur worldwide with concentrations in the African tropics. These insects have a petiolate abdomen. There are 13 genera and more than 143 known species.

                                               

Cynipidae

                                               

Cynipinae

                                               

Cynipini

Cynipini tribe of orehovica. These insects cause galls in plants of beech and oak family, Fagaceae. They are usually known as the oak of orehovica. It is the largest cynipid tribe, from 936 to 1000 known species, most of which are associated with ...

                                               

Eileenella

                                               

Figitidae

Figitidae family of parasitoid wasps. The diversity of this family of OSA is not yet known, but about 1.400 species have been described more than 130 genera. For example, the largest subfamily, Eucoilinae, has more than 1000 species described so ...

                                               

Cynipidae

Orehovicki, also called gallflies, a family in the Wasp superfamily Cynipoidea in the suborder Apocrita of the order Hymenoptera. Their common name comes from the galls they induce on plants for larval development. About 1300 species of this gene ...

                                               

Ibaliidae

In Ibaliidae a small family of hymenopteran superfamily Cynipoidea. Ibaliidae differ from most of the cynipoids by the larvae being parasitoids on the larvae of other wasps in the group of Siricidae. In Ibaliidae comprise three extant genera of f ...

                                               

Mikeius berryi

Mikeius berryi is a species of Wasps in Australia. Species of Mikeius is believed to be associated with the hosts, causing galls on acacia and eucalyptus species.

                                               

Mikeius gatesi

Mikeius gates is one of the types of Wasps in Australia. Species of Mikeius is believed to be associated with the hosts, causing galls on acacia and eucalyptus species.

                                               

Mikeius grandawi

Mikeius grandawi is one of the types of Wasps in Australia. Species of Mikeius is believed to be associated with the hosts, causing galls on acacia and eucalyptus species.

                                               

Mikeius hartigi

Mikeius hartigi is a species of Wasps in Australia, kind, type sort. Species of Mikeius is believed to be associated with the hosts, causing galls on acacia and eucalyptus species. Mikeius hartigi Giraud 1930 Amblynotus hartigi Giraud 1930: repla ...

                                               

Oak apple

Oak Apple or oak gall is the common name for a large, round, vaguely Apple-like Gall commonly found on many species of oak. Oak apples range in size from 2 to 4 inches in diameter and are caused by chemicals injected larvae of some species of was ...

                                               

Palmiriella neumanni

Palmiriella neumanni is a species of Wasps in Australia. It was originally described as Mikeius neumanni in 2008, Matthew Buffington. In the edition of 2011, this species was transferred to the newly erected monotypic genus Palmiriella.

                                               

Rhoophilus

                                               

Synergini

After delivery, usually taken during the Synergini: All of these reasons, except Lithosaphonecrus and Rhoophilus in region Eastern Palearctic. Synergus has the largest number of species in the Synergini. The proposed alteration of the whole famil ...

                                               

Ufo (genus)

UFO-the family of orehovica in the tribe Synergini, first discovered in Japan. Its genus name UFO comes from the common phrase "unidentified flying object", in this case applied because the researchers didnt know what a Wasp was when they first s ...

                                               

Cynipidae

                                               

Evanioidea

In Evanioidea is a small hymenopteran superfamily that includes three families, two of which are much more closely related to each other than the remaining family, Evaniidae. A rich fossil record, however, helps to fill the gaps between these lin ...

                                               

Aulacidae

In Aulacidae is a small, cosmopolitan family, with two extant genera containing some 200 known species. They are primarily endoparasitoids of wood wasps and beetles-xylophagous. They are closely associated with the family Gasteruptiidae, sharing ...

                                               

Evaniella

                                               

Evaniidae

In Evaniidae, also known as the ensign Wasps nightshade or hatchet wasps, a family of parasitic wasps. There are about 20 extant genera containing over 400 described species, and are found worldwide, except polar regions. The larvae of these soli ...

                                               

Gasteruptiidae

In Gasteruptiidae is one of the more distinctive families among apocritan wasps, with a surprisingly small change in appearance for the group that contains around 500 species in two subfamilies and 6 genera worldwide.

                                               

Gasteruption

                                               

Hyptia

Hyptia is a genus of Ensign Wasps in the family Evaniidae. There are at least 50 species described in Hyptia. Most Hyptia can be distinguished from other genera strongly reduced venation of the front wings, in which there is only one closed cell.

                                               

Braconidae

                                               

Ichneumonoidea genera

                                               

Ichneumonidae

                                               

Ichneumonoidea stubs

                                               

Platygastroidea

In Hymenoptera of the superfamily of parasitoid wasps, Platygastroidea, is often regarded as a lineage within the superfamily Proctotrupoidea, but most classifications since 1977 have recognized it as an independent group. Currently consists of o ...

                                               

Platygastridae

                                               

Proctotrupoidea

It Proctotrupoidea Hymenoptera of the superfamily, consisting of seven extant families, although others have been recognized in the past. Of these, only watching the video, contains a large number of species, with more than 400 described. Other s ...

                                               

Belyta

                                               

Heloridae

                                               

Pelecinus

The genus Pelecinus is the only living member of the family Pelecinidae, and contains only three species restricted to the new world. One species, Pelecinus polyturator, occurs from North to South America, and others are found in Mexico and South ...

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