Tanaostigmatidae


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Tanaostigmatidae

[tə‚nā·ō·stig′mad·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A small family of hymenopteran insects in the superfamily Chalcidoidea.
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For Restinga areas, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Maia and Azevedo (2009) verified that the great majority of micro-hymenoptera was parasitoid, but some of them, for example Tanaostigmatidae and few species of Torymidae and Eulophidae were inquilines of galls.
The eurytomids also occur as parasites in Cynipidae, Pteromalidae, Eurytomidae, Tanaostigmatidae, and Agaonidae (Grisell & Schauff 1990; DiGiulio 1997), and members of the family Perilampidae are hyperparasitoids of Ichneumonidae (Darling 1997).
Perioto & Lara (Hymenoptera, Tanaostigmatidae) from Brazil is described and illustrated.
Perioto & Lara (Hymenoptera, Tanaostigmatidae) do Brasil e descrita e ilustrada.
Tanaostigmatidae is a small family of Chalcidoidea that occurs in all tropical regions of the world, although with most species known from the Neotropics.
New Word Tanaostigmatidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea).
Biology of gall inducers and evolution of gall induction in Chalcidoidea (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae, Eurytomidae, Pteromalidae, Tanaostigmatidae, Torymidae).