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FIVE NEW SPECIES OF BRACONIDAE WITH HOST RECORDS OF ADDITIONAL SPECIES*

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  31 May 2012

G. Stuart Walley
Affiliation:
Ottawa, Ontario

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In recent rearings by officers of the Entomological Branch several new species of Braconidae have been secured as well as records of species hitherto little known in Canada. The writer wishes to express his indebtedness to Dr. C. W. F. Muesebeck for his assistance in examining three of the species described below. Paratypes of all the species are deposited in the United States National Museum.

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Copyright © Entomological Society of Canada 1935

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* Contribution from the Division of Systematic Entomology, Entomological Branch, Department of Agriculture, Ottawa.

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