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Five New Species of North American Ichneumon-Flies.

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Five New Species of North American Ichneumon-Flies.

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SeriesProceedings of the United States National Museum -- 2952,
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In this paper, a taxonomic review of the genus Woldstedtius Carlson in Korea with a key to the twelve Eastern Palearctic species is provided. Two species—W. yokohamensis and W. karafutensis, which were described by Uchida from Japan—are re-described based on holotype re-examination and the study of Korean male of W. karafutensis Uchida is reported for the first : Ekaterina N. Balueva, Jong-Wook Lee.


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Ichneumonidae a family of parasitic insects of the order Hymenoptera. Body length, —5 cm; the abdomen and thorax have movable segments. Most species have well-developed wings; the. Ichneumon Flies, insects with four membranous wings, that have the habit of laying their eggs in or upon other insects.

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A new genus of Metopiinae, Ojuelos Khalaim, gen. n., with a single species, Ojuelos juachicus Khalaim & Ruíz-Cancino, sp. n., is described from Jalisco Province in central s belongs to the group of three genera (Cubus Townes & Townes, Colpotrochia Holmgren and Triclistus Förster) having a high lamella separating the antennal sockets and reaching the median ocellus (this lamella Author: Andrey Khalaim, Enrique Ruiz-Cancino, Juana Maria Coronado-Blanco.

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