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The most primitive Scoliidae

AuthorsBradley, J. Chester
Nuevo taxon
New taxon
Issue Date1950
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CSIC - Instituto Español de Entomología
CitationEos : revista española de entomología 427-437 (1950)
AbstractThe genus Campsoscolia erected by Dr. I G Betrem in 1933 to include certain species previously placed, for the most part, in the subgenus Trielis of Campsomeris, is a genus of much wider extent tha.n has hitherto been known. lt inclucles not only three European species, two of which were originally includeci in it (interrupta F. = [sex-maculata F.] and ciliata F.) but also five or six species from northeastern Africa and paleartic Asia. All the species of the Africa continent and the two known from Madagascar that have hitherto been placed in Trielis are actually species of Campsoscolia. Finally, not only must all species of Trielis from the North American Continent be transferred to Campsoscolia as Dr. Betrem has indicated, but the only known neotropical likewise.
DescriptionTomo extraordinario con motivo del 25 aniversario de la revista. Enlace a la introducción y prólogo del tomo: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/151769.
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