Bethylidae

Bethylidae

[bə′thil·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A small family of hymenopteran insects in the superfamily Bethyloidea.
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Two mitochondrial genomes from the families Bethylidae and Mutillidae: Independent rearrangement of protein-coding genes and higher-level phylogeny of the Hymenoptera.
3 Hymenoptera Bethylidae Epyrinae (s) 1 Dryinidae Gonatopodinae (s) 1 Encyrtidae 2 Eulophidae 2 Eupelmidae 1 Eurytomidae Tenuipetiolus sp.
Malaise traps yielded all the families reported in this study, while Moericke traps were more selective, and did not capture individuals of Aphelinidae, Bethylidae, Eucharitidae, Eurytomidae, Evaniidae, Gasteruptiidae, Megaspilidae, Signiphoridae, Trichogrammatidae, and Torymidae.
Ademas de la amplia distribucion del bruquido, no existen reportes sobre algun tipo de control biologico o manejo integrado para esta especie exotica, y solo se menciona la presencia de tres especies de avispas (Bethylidae y Eulophidae) en la isla de Hawaii, EUA, que probablemente sean parasitoides de la larva del bruquido; tambien se indican registros de otro parasitoide identificado como Entedeon sp.
Primera cita de la especie Goniozus legneri (Hymenoptera: Bethylidae) en el Alto Valle de Rio Negro, Patagonia Argentina.
Temperature-dependent functional response of the parasitoid Cephalonomia waterstoni (Gahan) (Hymenoptera: Bethylidae) attacking rusty grain beetle larvae (Coleoptera: cucujidae).
EVALUATION OF TEMPERATURES AND DIFFERENT BIOLOGICAL STAGES OF COFEE BERRY BORER FOR THE MASS REARING OF THE Prorops nasuta (HYMENOPTERA: BETHYLIDAE) PARASITOID
Dumbleton (1936) reported only one early parasitoid importation from Australia in 1922; it was later identified as Goniozus jacintae Farrugia (Bethylidae) (Berry 1998).
(Hymenoptera: Bethylidae) on Trachylepidia fructicassiella Ragnot, a seed borer of Cassia roxburghii.
Las especies de la familia Bethylidae: Prorops nasuta Waterston y Cephalonomia stephanoderis Betrem, se han colonizado en laboratorio en Inglaterra, Mexico, Ecuador y Colombia (Abraham et al.
Hymenopteres Vespiformes II (Eumenidae, Vespidae, Masaridae, Bethylidae, Dryinidae, Embolemidae).