Ceraphronidae


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Ceraphronidae

[‚ser·ə′frän·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A superfamily of hymenopteran insects in the superfamily Proctotrupoidea.
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The most abundant of these taxonomic groups was Diapriidae (19.1%), followed by Platygastridae (16.3%), Mymaridae (8.7%), Ceraphronidae (7.2%), Phygadeuontinae (Ichneumonidae) (6.6%), and Myrmicinae (Formicidae) (5.9%).
Ceraphronidae abundance was significantly greater at 1 m than at 100 m (GLM (neg.
The parasitoids appeared in low numbers, being collected individuals of Eulophidae, Eucharitidae, Ceraphronidae, Mymaridae, Braconidae, Fitigidae and Chalcididae.
Morphospecie 1 2 1 3 0.8 Pheidole diligens (Smith, 1858) 5 0 5 1.3 Eulophidae Eulophidae morphospecie 1 0 1 1 0.3 Eulophidae morphospecie 2 1 0 1 0.3 Eulophidae morphospecie 3 2 0 2 0.5 Mymaridae Mymaridae morphospecie 1 1 0 1 0.3 Mymaridae morphospecie 2 1 0 1 0.3 Eucharitidae Eucharitidae morphospecie 1 0 0 0 0 Ceraphronidae Ceraphronidae morphospecie 1 1 0 1 0.3 Braconidae Braconidae morphospecie 1 0 0 0 0 Braconidae morphospecie2 1 0 1 0.3 Braconidae morphospecie 3 0 0 0 0 Fitigidae Fitigidae morphospecie 1 1 0 1 0.3 Platygastridae Macroteleia sp.
Area sin intervencion Familia / morfotipo Espeletia Espeletia grandiflora argentea Ceraphronidae morfo.
New species of the Mongolian proctotrupoid fauna (Hymenoptera: Proctotrupoidea, Ceraphronidae, Diapriidae and Platygasteridae).
Masner, a new genus of Ceraphronidae (Hymenoptera: Ceraphronoidea) described using controlled vocabularies.
Superfamilia Familia Especie/Morfoespecie B Ceraphronoidea Ceraphronidae Aphanogmus sp.
(1) Hymenoptera: Braconidae Undetermined Hymenoptera: Undetermined Ceraphronidae Hymenoptera: Chalcidae Conura side (Walker) (2) Hymenoptera: Eulophidae Aprostocetus nr.
Eight families (Aphelinidae, Braconidae, Ceraphronidae, Chalcididae, Mymaridae, Scelionidae, Torymidae and Trichogrammatidae) were associated with the understory, while only one (Figitidae) was associated with the canopy (Table 2).
There was an association of seven families (Braconidae, Chalcididae, Figitidae, Mymaridae, Sceliondae, Torymidae and Trichogrammatidae) on the border of the reserve, while two families (Aphelinidae and Ceraphronidae) were associated with the interior (Table 2), since the richness and abundance of Hymenoptera were similar on the border and in the interior.
Two new species ofAphanogmus (Hymenoptera: Ceraphronidae) of economic importance reared from Cybocephalus nipponicus (Coleoptera: Cybocephalidae).