Argidae


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Argidae

[′är·jə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A small family of hymenopteran insects in the superfamily Tenthredinoidea.
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Argidae is a cosmopolitan family comprising 51 genera and about 800 species.
It is one of the most collected Argidae genera in the Neotropics and little is known about their habits and host plants.
and Argidae: Themos olfersii (Klug, 1834)) of Australia and Brazil.
Themos olfersii (Klug) (Hymenoptera, Argidae)," Studia Entomologica, vol.
Recently, a sawfly, Arge xanthogaster (Cameron 1876) (Hymenoptera: Argidae) (Figs.
Hitherto, 23 species of Argidae (Tenthredinoidea) have been the only indigenous Symphyta known from this area: nine species of Triarge Forsius, 1931 (Koch 2006, 2010) and 14 species ofArge Schrank, 1802 (Pasteels 1953, 1955, 1963; Koch & Goergen 2010).
The Argidae (Hymenoptera) is a large family of sawflies containing nearly 800 species worldwide, mostly in tropical regions.
belongs to the family Argidae, while the other species are tenthredinids.
High levels of genetic variability in three male-haploid species (Hymenoptera: Argidae, Tenthredinidae).
The poison ivy sawfly, Arge humeralis (Beauvois) (Hymenoptera: Argidae) was first described in 1809 and ranges throughout eastern North America (Smith 1989; Palisot de Beauvois 1809).