Entomological Review publishes papers dealing with all aspects of theoretical and applied entomology; and covers systematics, faunistics, zoogeography, evolution, ecology, morphology, physiology of insects, spiders and mites; as well as biological and chemical control of pests. It is one of the few entomological journals with a broad coverage.PEER REVIEW
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Additions and Corrections to the Check-List of the Aphidiid- Wasp Subfamily Aphidiinae (Hymenoptera, Aphidiidae) from the North-West of Russia
E. M. Davidian (October 2018)
A New Species of the Eulophid-Wasp Genus Kolopterna Graham, 1987 (Hymenoptera, Eulophidae: Tetrastichinae) from Stavropol Territory
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