Encyrtidae


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Encyrtidae

[en′sərd·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of hymenopteran insects in the superfamily Chalcidoidea.
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4 Cimbicidae 1 Argidae 1 Ichneumonidae 1 2 Braconidae 14 13 Eulophidae 5 8 Encyrtidae 4 3 Eupelmidae 2 Chalcididae 1 2 Torymidae 116 64 Agaonidae 81 52 Pteromalidae 34 14 Eurytomidae 9 7 Perilampidae 3 7 Figitidae 1 Cynipidae 2 3 Ceraphronidae 3 Proctotrupidae 1 Platygasteridae 1 1 Bethylidae Sierolomorphidae Formicidae 12 67 Sphecidae 1 2 Apidae 4 Andrenidae 1 Megachilidae 2 Halictidae 1 Diptera 27.
9 Formicidae 7 2 Braconidae 1 10 Chalcididae 1 1 Eulophidae 2 1 Pteromalidae 3 1 Ichneumonidae 1 Chrysididae 2 Encyrtidae 5 Torymidae 1 Cephidae 1 Sphecidae 1 Agaonidae 7 Cynipidae 8 Psocoptera 0.
Specimens from the superfamily Chalcidoidea, especially Mymaridae and Encyrtidae, frequently were collected.
glabratus was present were Bethylidae, Braconidae, Encyrtidae (poss.
Wood (1982) reported among the Hymenoptera containing parasitoids of scolytines the families Braconidae, Bethylidae, Chalcididae, Diapriidae, Encyrtidae, Eulophidae, Eupelmidae, Eurytomidae, Gasteruptiidae, Ichneumonidae, Mymaridae, Podagrionidae, Proctotrupidae, Pteromalidae, and Torymidae.
tabaci whiteflies are hymenopteran wasps distributed between 5 families: Aphelinidae, Azotidae, Encyrtidae, Signiphoridae (Chalcidoidea), and Platygastridae (Platygastroidea).
Tamarixia radiata (Waterston) (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae, an ectoparasitoid) and Diaphorencyrtus aligarhensis (Shafee, Alam and Argarwal) (Hemiptera: Encyrtidae, an endoparasitiod) are the only known primary parasitoids of D.
Parasitoids from several families of Chalcidoidea have been reported as natural enemies of P nigra in the world: Encyrtidae, Aphelinidae, Eulophidae, Eupelmidae and Pteromalidae.
nigra parasitoids from 6 families: Encyrtidae, Aphelinidae, Eupelmidae, Eulophidae, Pteromalidae and Signiphoridae, but the encyrtid and aphelinid species were the most dominant.
Functional anatomy of male antennal glands in three species of Encyrtidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidae).