Eulophidae


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Eulophidae

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(invertebrate zoology)
A family of hymenopteran insects in the superfamily Chalcidoidea including species that are parasitic on the larvae of other insects.
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Establishment of Phyllonorycter mespilella (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Gracillaridae) and its parasitoid Pnigalio flavipes (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) in fruit orchards in the Okanagan and Similkameen Valleys of British Columbia.
Role of plant volatiles in the search for a host by parasitoid Diglyphus isaea (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae).
Associados aos lepidopteros minadores, emergiram 202 parasitoides, todos pertencentes a Hymenoptera, distribuidos em 12 especies e em duas familias, Braconidae e Eulophidae (Tabela 1).
Adults of the gregarious pupa endoparasitoid, Palmistichus elaeisis Delvare & La Salle (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) have been observed to emerge from T.
The parasitoids appeared in low numbers, being collected individuals of Eulophidae, Eucharitidae, Ceraphronidae, Mymaridae, Braconidae, Fitigidae and Chalcididae.
Host preference of the facultative hyperparasitoid Tetrastichus howardi (Hym.: Eulophidae).
A vespa-de-galha Leptocybe invasa Fisher & La Salle (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae), nativa da Australia, foi detectada na bacia do Mediterraneo e no Oriente Medio em 2000 (MENDEL et al., 2004).
(Eulophidae), was the next most common mortality factor, accounting for 110 deaths, or 30.0%, in 1995 and 47, or 30.1%, in 1996.
These families include Ichneumonidae (Arthur & Wylie 1959), Pteromalidae (Assem 1971), Braconidae (Tillman & Cate 1993), Aphelinidae (Opp & Luck 1986) and Eulophidae (Corrigan & Lashomb 1990); in addition to the Trichogrammatidae demonstrated by Salt (1940).
Chen, "First description of Aprostocetus asthenogmus (Waterston) from China (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae)," Kunchong Tiandi, vol.
Some of the thousands of different species of these wasps, one to two millimeters in length, found around orchards include: Braconid wasps (family Braconidae); Ichneumonid wasps (family Ichneumonidae); Chalcidoid wasps (family Chalcidoidea); Chalcid wasps (family Chalcididae); Eulophid wasps (family Eulophidae); Trichogramma wasps (family Trichogrammatidae); Mymarid wasps (family Mymaridae).