Cynipidae


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Cynipidae

[sə′nip·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of hymenopteran insects in the superfamily Cynipoidea.
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Similar cases commonly occur in several Cecidomyiidae (Roskam, 1992) and Cynipidae galls (Yang et al., 2001; Brooks & Shorthouse, 1998).
2007); members of this group belong to the Cynipidae. These hymenopterans have evolved from gall-inducing ancestors with some species attacking inducers other than gallflies (Stone et al.
The protein contente of tissue in cynipid galls (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae): similarities between cynipid galls and seeds.
Askew, "On the biology of the inhabitants of oak galls of Cynipidae (Hymenoptera) in Britain," Transactions of the Society for British Entomology, vol.
Por ejemplo, solo en Norteamerica, mas del 80% de las avispas de la familia Cynipidae (Insecta: Hymenoptera) utilizan a los encinos (Fagaceae: Quercus) como principales hospederos (Price 2005; Russo 2007) y muchas de ellas muestran alta especificidad a unas cuantas especies (Abrahamson et al.
A phylogenetic analysis of higher-level gall wasp relationships (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae).
Coleoptera Trogidae Trox Coleoptera Trogidae Trox Coleoptera Trogidae Trox Coleoptera Trogidae Trox Coleoptera Trogossitidae Tenebroides Coleoptera Trogossitidae Tenebroides Neuroptera Chrysopidae Chrysopa Neuroptera Corydalidae Chauliodes Neuroptera Corydalidae Chauliodes Neuroptera Hemerobiidae Hemerobius Neuroptera Sialidae Sialis Hymenoptera Anthophoridae Xylocopa Hymenoptera Apidae Apis Hymenoptera Chrysididae Chrysis Hymenoptera Colletidae Hylaeus Hymenoptera Cynipidae Unident.
(1993) reported increased leaf photosynthesis, stomatal conductance, and water potential over ungalled shoots in galls induced by Antistrophus silphii Gillete 1891 (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) on Silphium intergrifolium Michx.
Gall wasps mainly belong to the family Cynipidae that attack herbaceous and tree species in the Palearctic and Nearctic regions[6].
Lifecycle closure, lineage sorting, and hybridization revealed in a phylogenetic analysis of European oak gallwasps (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae: Cynipini) using mitochondrial sequence data.
A brief collecting trip to Fort Severn, Ontario (55[degrees]59' N, 87[degrees]38' W), in May 2001 revealed galls of three species of cynipid wasps (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) on the wild rose Rosa acicularis.