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Indo-Australian species of xanthopimpla (ichneumonidae)

Henry Townes

Indo-Australian species of xanthopimpla (ichneumonidae)

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Published by The American Entomological Institute in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ichneumonidae

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Henry Townes and Shui-Chen Chiu.
    SeriesAmerican Entomological Institute. Memoirs -- no.14., Memoirs (American Entomological Institute) -- no.14.
    ContributionsQiu, Ruizhen.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination372p.
    Number of Pages372
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13582190M
    OCLC/WorldCa172247

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Indo-Australian species of xanthopimpla (ichneumonidae) by Henry Townes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Indo-Australian species of xanthopimpla (ichneumonidae). Ann Arbor, Mich., The American Entomological Institute, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Henry Townes; Ruizhen Qiu. A catalogue and reclassification of the Indo-Australian Ichneumonidae. Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute 1: Add Cite this page Cite this page {Author1, Author2 }, (n.d.).

Xanthopimpla enderleini Krieger, [online] India Biodiversity Portal,Species Page: {name of species field} Available at: https. “The Ichneumonidae of the Indo-Australian area (Hymenoptera)” with species and 62 subspecies.

These reveal that though Xanthopimpla is one of the largest. Welcome to the India Biodiversity Portal - A repository of information designed to harness and disseminate collective intelligence on the biodiversity of the Indian subcontinent. Ichneumons in Reunion Island: a catalogue of the local Ichneumonidae (Hymenoptera) species, including 15 new taxa and a key to species.

Zootaxa 1– Saussure, H. New Records of Genus Xanthopimpla (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) from Peninsular Malaysia, with Corrections on Previous Records Author links open overlay panel A.D. Gonzaga A.B. Idris Show moreAuthor: A.D. Gonzaga, A.B. Idris. Species of Xanthopimpla Saussure are among the most conspicuous and abundant tropical components of pimplines, predominantly bright yellow, moderately large and rather easily defined and recognized by several reliable morphological characters.

For a long time this genus has caught the attention of various. Literature reveals that of the estimated species of Xanthopimpla (Townes & Chiu, ), are described, of these 5 are from the Neotropical, 55 from the Ethiopian, and from the Indo-Australian region (Townes & Chiu, ).

Earlier, Dalla Torre () catalogued 45. The Indo-Australian Species of the Ant Genus Strumigenys FR. Smith: Group of S. Godeffroyi in Borneo Article (PDF Available) in Psyche A Journal of Entomology 65() January with 11 Reads.

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Description of five species of Xanthopimpla Saussure, (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae: Pimplinae) from Malaysia was done using specimens deposited in Centre for Insects Systematics, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (CIS, UKM).

Type and non-type specimens were loaned from several repositories namely Zoological Museum of Amsterdam Netherlands (ZMAN), Swedish Author: Angeline David Dass, Idris Abd.

Ghani. Townes and Chiu () revised the Indo-Australian species of the genus and divided it into about 20 distinctive species-groups.

Th e Ethiopian and Madagascan species were treated earlier by Krieger () and Seyrig (). Townes () re-vised the few known Neotropical species of Xanthopimpla and described one new spe-cies. Xanthopimpla zhejiangensis; Mga kasarigan. Mga sumpay ha gawas.

An Wikispecies in may-ada impormasyon nga may pagkahisumpay ha: Xanthopimpla Ginhadi-an: Animalia. Munro VMW. A record of the releases and recoveries of the Australian parasitoids Xanthopimpla rhopaloceros Krieger (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) and Trigonospila brevifacies Hardy (Diptera: Tachinidae) introduced into New Zealand for leafroller control.

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Open Library. Xanthopimpla nigripectus [1] är en stekelart som beskrevs av Henry Keith Townes, Jr. och Chiu Xanthopimpla nigripectus ingår i släktet Xanthopimpla och familjen brokparasitsteklar.

[2] [3] Inga underarter finns listade i Catalogue of Life.[2]Källor. a bRike: Djur, Animalia. A total of 44 individuals of Xanthopimpla and 16 species were recorded. Fifteen species were recorded from the primary forest and only seven species were recorded from the secondary forest. The X. disjunta, X.

guptai maculibasis and X. verrucula verrucula were new records for Malaysia. The Xanthopimpla is a very large genus ofparasitic Hymenoptera in the Old World tropics (Townes and Chiu ; Townes, ). A few species occur in 56 J.

Asia-Pacific Entomol. Vol. 6 () the Old World subtropics and in the tropics of the New World (Townes, ).Cited by: 3. Xanthopimpla micracantha [1] är en stekelart som beskrevs av Henry Keith Townes, Jr. och Chiu Xanthopimpla micracantha ingår i släktet Xanthopimpla och familjen brokparasitsteklar.

[2] [3] Inga underarter finns listade i Catalogue of Life.[2]Källor. a bRike: Djur, Animalia. Buy The Indo-Australian Agaoninae: Pollinators of Figs on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersCited by: The Fishes of the Indo-australian Archipelago, Volume 1.

Max Carl Wilhelm Weber, Lieven Ferdinand de Beaufort, Max Wilhelm Carl Weber. The diversity and abundance of Xanthopimpla (Ichneumonidae: Pimplinae) in the secondary and primary forest of Pasoh Forest Reserve (PFR) were studied.

A total of 44 individuals of Xanthopimpla and 16 species were recorded. Fifteen species were recorded from the primary forest and only seven species were recorded from the secondary forest. The Size: 7MB.

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Xanthopimpla punctata, also known as the Yellow Ichneumon Wasp, is a yellow-colored Ichneumon wasp of subfamily Pimplinae. Xanthopimpla spp. play a beneficial role in agriculture. They are important parasitoids of lepidopterous stem borers of cereals, sugar cane and other crops; they lay their eggs on moth caterpillars that damage : Ichneumonidae.

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Townes HK & Chiu SC () The Indo-Australian species of Xanthopimpla (Ichneumonidae). Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute, No. 東洋区、オーストラリア区の種の検索表. Thunberg CP () Ichneumonidea, Insecta Hymenoptera illustrata. Mémoires de l'Académie Imperiale des Sciences de Saint Petersbourg, 8.

Retrieved from "?title=Xanthopimpla&oldid=". The extraordinary species richness and endemism of the Indo-Australian Archipelago (IAA) exists in one of the most geologically dynamic regions of the planet. The provenance of its biota has been debated, particularly in the area known as Wallacea.

Application of molecular genetic approaches and a better understanding of the region's complex geology have stimulated much recent biogeographic Cited by: Adler I, S; Wood S. "De Rooij. is long remembered for her book -The Reptiles of the Indo-Australian Archipelage.

This monograph, still the definitive and most comprehensive work on the region, covers species of reptiles, the companion volume on amphibians was published by P.N. van Kampen in " - Adler The new synonymies are: Xanthopimpla theophilae Rao—X.

punctator (L.); Diahorus indica Ra,o=Trichonotus nox (Morley) ; and Si-nophorus wynaadensis Rd,o=Eugnomus wynaadensis Rao=Xanthocampoplex wynaadensis (Rao).

The Indo-Australian species of Ichneumonidae have recently been catalogued and re-classified by Townes, Townes & Gupta (). Species Xanthopimpla indica.

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Species Xanthopimpla abnormis. Species Xanthopimpla acuta. Species Xanthopimpla adnata. Species Xanthopimpla aliena. Species Xanthopimpla alternans.

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The fossil record shows that monotremes have been present in Australia since the Early Cretaceous –99 MYA. Xanthopimpla taprobanica Cameron, Rao.—Xanthopimpla cera Cameron. This is not a true taprobanica Cameron. The spots on abdomen, and notaulae, are like those of cera Cameron.

Xanthopimpla pyraustae Rao.—Superficially resembles X. cera Cameron, but is much larger in size. It is probably a distinct species. Size: KB. Buy The Reptiles of the Indo-Australian Archipelago, Vol.

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Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 78, article 5. Tate, G. H. H. (George Henry Hamilton), Xanthopimpla is the largest genus of the subfamily Pimplinae, with a wide distribution in the tropics and subtropics (Fig 10) [2,57,58].

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