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Contribution to the knowledge of the Figitidae (sensu lato) from the Iberian Península (Hymenoptera, Cynipoidea)

AuthorsFontal-Cazalla, F.; Nieves-Aldrey, J. L. ; Rodríguez-Fernández, Juan Carlos
Issue Date1997
PublisherAsociación Española de Entomología
CitationBoln. Asoc. Esp. Ent. 21 (Supl.): 125 (1997)
AbstractRecent higher classification of the Cynipoidea by Ronquist consider the Figitidae as a large group including six subfamilies, five of them represented in the Iberian Península: LtFigitinae´´, Anacharitinae, Charipinae, Aspiceratinae and Eucoilinae. Faunistic records of the figitid wasps (´´sensu lato´´ , Ronquist, 1995) from the Iberian Península are presented. Data come from two different sources: unidentified materials housed in the Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (Madrid) and field materials collected by us by Malaise trapping and sweeping along several years. The Figitidae Usted in the Ceballos´s Catalogue are revised and the list updated. From the ´´Figitinae´´, an undescribed genus belonging the group of figitoid inquilines (Ronquist, 1994), formely described as Aulacidea nigripes Barbotin, is recorded and their taxonomic status commented. Melanips Haliday in Walker and ¡ágiles Latreille species are listed and the genera Lonchidia Thomson and Sarothrus Hartig are recorded by fírst time for the Iberian Península. The Anacharitinae, inciuding the genera Anacharis Dalman and Xyalaspis Hartig are also new record for Iberia, materials from the later genera are likely to belong to an undescribed species. Samples of Aspicerinae include the genera Aspicera Dahlbom and Callaspidia Dahlbom and from Charipidae the genera Phaenogfyphis Forster widAUoxysta Forster. Finally some genera of the poorly known subfamily Eucoilinae are recorded and commented. Kleidotoma Westwood, Hexacola Forster and Pseudopsichacra Quinlan are new record for the Iberian Península. Pseudopsichacra sericea Quinlan, 1976 is figured and their morphologicat variability discussed
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