Evaniidae


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Evaniidae

[‚ev·ə′nī·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The ensign flies, a family of hymenopteran insects in the superfamily Proctotrupoidea.
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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.
Aphelinidae, Chrysididae, Evaniidae, Eurytomidae, Torymidae, and Trichogrammatidae), have also been reported to have abundances below 1 % in other studies (Azevedo and Santos 2000; Azevedo et al.
Eleven additional Hymenoptera families were collected feeding on EFNs of Banisteriopsis: Apidae, Bethylidae, Braconidae, Crabronidae, Eucharitidae, Eurytomidae, Evaniidae, Ichneumonidae, Pompilidae, Pteromalidae and Torymidae.
Para analizar la composicion de la diversidad Beta de familias del grupo Parasitica asociadas al agroecosistema pifia y ecosistema natural, el diagrama de Venn muestra que el ecosistema natural esta caracterizado por la familia Monomachidae y el cultivo de pifia por Evaniidae, Mymaridae, Elasmidae y Scclionidae (Figura 3).
En la epoca de lluvias estan presentes las familias Braconidae, Diapriidae, Pteromalidae, Chalcididae, Leucospidae, Evaniidae, Encyrtidae, Ichneumonidae y Eurytomidae, las cuales tambien son comunes durante la epoca seca.
Sarcophagidae Unknown Heteroptera Coreidae Acanthocephala confraterna (Uhler) Homoptera Cercopidae Prosapia bicincta (Say) Cicadellidae Jikradia melanota (Spangberg) Unknown Flattidae Flatoidinus punctatus (Walker) Hymenoptera Apidae Apis mellifera Linnaeus ([dagger]) Evaniidae Hyptia reticulata (Say) Formicidae Solenopsis invicta Buren ([dagger]) Halictidae Augochloropsis metallica (Fabricius) ([dagger]) Pompilidae Psorthaspis mariae (Cresson) Sphecidae Hoplisoides sp.
Dryinidae (Hymenoptera: Aculeata), Evaniidae (Hymenoptera Terebrantia).
Overall, taxa with low host specificity, including the Evaniidae, Chalcididae, and 3 families of egg parasitoids, the Mymaridae, Trichogrammatidae, and Scelionidae were most diverse, abundant and evenly distribuited across farms.
Ten families of the order Hymenoptera were collected at the relatively undisturbed dry tropical forest of Kiuic Research Station, but not at the more disturbed area of Hacienda Tabi: Evaniidae, Braconidae, Torymidae, Eucharitidae, Chalcididae, Diapriidae, Scelionidae, Colletidae, Andrenidae and Sapygidae.
Dryinidae (Hymenoptera Aculeata), Evaniidae (Hymenoptera Terebrantia).