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Entomophaga

, Volume 18, Issue 3, pp 287–290 | Cite as

Some aphid parasites [Hym., Aphidiidae] from Spain

  • P. Starý
  • G. Remaudière
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Abstract

This paper is a result of identification of aphid parasite material occasionally collected by Prof.G. Remaudière in Spain. Among the four species recognized, three are new to Spain (·) and one of them is a new species of the genusLysiphlebus (L. hispanusStarý). The host of the new species belongs to a new suggenus ofProtaphis: AbsinthaphisRemaud. restricted to some steppe species ofArtemisia.

Keywords

Plant Pathology Steppe Species Parasite Material Aphid Parasite 
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Résumé

Trois espèces d'Aphidiides nouvelles pour la faune de l'Espagne sont signalées:Aphidius hieraciorumStarý,Lysiphlebus hispanusStarý, sp. nov. etTrioxys curvicaudusMackauer.L. hispanus sp. nov. est décrit et illustré; son hôte (unProtaphis vivant surArtemisia) est classé dans le sous-genreAbsinthaphisRemaud., subg. nov. dont la diagnose est donnée.

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References

  1. Mackauer, M. &Starý, P. — 1967.Hym. Ichneumonoidea, WorldAphidiidae. —In:Delucchi, V. &Remaudière, G. (Éd.): Index of entomophagous insects. —Le François, Paris, 195 pp.Google Scholar
  2. Starý, P. — 1971.Lysiphlebus alpinus n. sp., a new aphid parasite from the Austrian Alps [Hymenoptera, Aphidiidae]. —Mitt. Schweiz. ent. Ges.,44, 299–302.Google Scholar
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© Le François 1973

Authors and Affiliations

  • P. Starý
    • 1
  • G. Remaudière
    • 2
  1. 1.Institute of EntomologyCzechoslovak Academy of SciencesPraha
  2. 2.Institut PasteurParis

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