Leucospidae


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Leucospidae

[lü′käs·pə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A small family of hymenopteran insects in the superfamily Chalcidoidea distinguished by a longitudinal fold in the forewings.
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There are few nectar feeders among the Chalcidoidea, but Leucospidae commonly feed on nectar from a wide variety of flowers, including saw palmetto, at the ABS.
Leucospidae Leucospis affinis 12 Say Leucospis birkmani Brues Leucospis robertsoni 14 Crawford Leucospis slossonae 23 Weld Bethylidae Goniozus nigrifemur Ashmead Chrysididae Chrysis archboldi Kimsey Chrysis inaequidens 1 Dahlbom Tiphiidae Myzinum carolinianum 18 (Panzer) Myzinum dubiosum 26 Cresson Myzinum maculatum 2 (Fabricius) Paratiphia texana 7 Cameron Tiphia floridana 7 Robertson Mutillidae Dasymutilla pyrrhus 2 (Fox) Pseudomethoca sanbornii (Fox) Timulla ferrugata (Fabricius) Scoliidae Campsomeris plumipes 30 (Drury) Formicidae Brachymyrmex obscurior Forel Camponotus castaneus 1 (Latreille) Camponotus impressus 2 (Roger) Camponotus inaequalis Roger Camponotus nearcticus Emery Formica archboldi 1 M.