A review of the genera and species of Hymenoptera Parasitica and Chrysidoidea reported so far from Reunion Island is provided with host. Posts about hymenopteran parasitica written by Irene Lobato Vila. Order Hymenoptera (Ants, Bees, Wasps and Sawflies). No Taxon “Parasitica” ( parasitic Apocrita). Synonyms and other taxonomic changes.

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Andrenidae mason bees Apidae honey beesbumblebeescuckoo beescarpenter beesorchid beesstingless bees Colletidae plasterer bees Halictidae sweat bees Megachilidae mason bees, leafcutter bees Melittidae Stenotritidae.

Usually, idiobionts attack hosts that are concealed in plant tissues for example, wood or exposed hosts that possess other kinds of physical protections, so female parasitoids have developed long and sharp ovopositors that allow them to pierce these barriers. Published online Feb 6.

Gracillaridae Quilici et al. HemipteraAphididae Genus: Views Read Edit View history. The identified Dendrocerus emerged from a specimen of Rodolia chermesina ColeopteraCoccinellidae Delvareunpublished data Genus: Hamonia sexdentata Risbec, Entomological Society of Washington 1: Psyttalia subsulcata Granger, Cotesia xavieri Rousse, Rhoptromeris crito Quinlan, Olmi a Host information: Madl and Ganeshan Host information: Tetrastichus Haliday, Tetrastichus giffardianus Silvestri, Recorded from: Aedes albopictus female tiger mosquito or forest mosquito biting its host Public domain.


Leptacis risbeci Masner, Antrocephalus dividens Walker, Retrieved from ” https: The review includes three tables summarizing 1 the Ichneumonoidea2 the Chalcidoidea3 the records for the other superfamilies, each with general parasitoca information.

Itoplectis albipes Seyrig, Version 01 January temporary. In larval parasitoidsthe egg is deposited on, near, or in the host larvaand completes its development there, killing the host larva.

Aphidius seyrigi Granger, Annals of the Entomological Society of America Styloteleia Kieffer, Styloteleia gibbosa Risbec, Recorded from: Kerrich Host information: Click the contributor’s name for licensing and usage information.

Coccidoxenoides perminutus Girault, Applied Entomology and Zoology Tariqia Rousse and Villemant, Encarsia brasiliensis Hempel, LepidopteraTortricidaeGelechiidae. Aphelinidae a parasitoid of Bemisia tabaci Hemiptera: Temelucha Hymeniptera, Temelucha basiornata Cameron, Recorded from: Mutillidae velvet ants Myrmosidae Pompilidae spider wasps Sapygidae sapygid, or club-horned wasps.

“Parasitica” (parasitic Apocrita) –

Paraphylax transversatoria Seyrig, Spalangia Latreille, Spalangia endius Walker, Recorded from: Trichogramma chilonis Ishii, Fabres G, Matile-Ferrero D. Hyperparasitoids are those that attack another parasitoid developing in the primary host.


So, parasitic larvae kill a lot of organisms that could damage the environment or even other organisms if their populations grow excessively. Parasitoid female bee of the species Megarhyssa macrurus, family Ichneumonidae, with its long and sharp ovopositor she use to lay their eggs Picture by Bruce MarlinCC.

Arxiu d’etiquetes: hymenopteran parasitica

Cynipoidea, Figitidaeparasitoids of Drosophilawith descriptions of three new species. Animals and especially insects set up a lot parasiticz different symbiotic relationshipsbut often we find organisms whose relationship is somewhere between one and another this is not a matter not of black or white! Kimsey Host information: Mesochorus cariniferus Benoit, Eds Pests of Sugarcane, Elsevier, London, —