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NEW CANADIAN ICHNEUMON FLIES WITH SOME NOTES ON SYNONYMY (HYMEN.: ICHNEUMONOIDEA)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  31 May 2012

G. Stuart Walley
Affiliation:
Ottawa, Ont.

Extract

Traces to section 77 in Muesebeck's key (Proc. U.S.N.M., LVIII, 493, 1920) but differs from all species falling under that section as follows: at once distinguished from etiellae and cassianus by having the ovipositor sheaths as long as abdomen; differs from victoriae in having the wings clear hyaline and from monticola which it appears to resemble more closely, in being somewhat larger, with scutellum impunctate, propodeum without a trace of a median carina and the radius of fore-wing uniting with transverse cubitus in a rounded obtuse angle.

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Articles
Copyright
Copyright © Entomological Society of Canada 1937

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References

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