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querciglobuli querciglobuli (Fitch), changed status. N. H. south to N. C.,

west to Minn. and Tex. Hosts: Disholcaspis mamma (Cress.), D.

virens (Ashm.), D. quercusglobulus (Fitch) galls on Quercus spp. Macroglenes querciglobuli Fitch (reduced to subsp. rank by Bugbee,

1958. Ent. Soc. Amer. Ann. 51: 193-197). Eurytoma punctiventris Walsh (syn. by Bugbee, 1958, loc. cit. supra, p.

193). Biology: Judd, 1957. Ent. News 68: 195. *querciglobuli rubra Bugbee. Fla., Miss. Hosts: Disholcaspis virens (Ashm.)

and D. spongiosa galls on Quercus virginiana, D. sp. gall on Q.

stellata. Eurytoma querciglobuli rubra Bugbee, 1958. Ent. Soc. Amer. Ann. 51:

196. . * querciglobuli utahensis Bugbee. Utah. Host: Disholcaspis colorado (Gill.)

gall on Quercus utahensis. Eurytoma querciglobuli utahensis Bugbee, 1958. Ent. Soc. Amer. Ann.

51: 197. . *sciromatis Bugbee. N. C., Ga., Fla., La. Host: Reared from cankers on

Pinus spp. of Cronartium fusiforme; may be phytophagous. Eurytoma sciromatis Bugbee, 1962. Kans. Ent. Soc. Jour. 35: 346. 4, 6. *semivenae Bugbee. N. Y. west to Kans, and Tex. Hosts: Pachypsylla vesi

cula Riley and P. mamma Riley galls on Celtis spp. Eurytoma semivenae Bugbee, 1957. Kans. Ent. Soc. Jour. 30: 47. 4, 8. solenozopheriae Ashmead. Fla. Name prob. cited in error as sec. par. of

Bucculatrix ainsliella Murt. by Schaffner, 1959, loc. cit. supra, p.

90. stigmi Ashmead. Nev., Calif. Hosts: Hoplitis producta gracilis (Mich.),

Pemphredon giffardi (Roh.), Solierella similis (Bridw.), Trypoxy

lon sculleni Sandh. studiosa Say. Que. and Ont. south to Fla., west to Colo. and N. Mex. Host:

Disholcaspis succinipes (Ashm.). Eurytoma succini pedis Ashmead (syn. by Bugbee, 1956, loc. cit. supra, p.

505). succini pedis Ashmead. Syn. of studiosa Say. triodiae (Howard). Transf. to Eurytomocharis Ashmead, infra. *tumoris Bugbee. Calif. Host: ? Phytophagous in stems and branches of

Pinus sylvestris.
Eurytoma tumoris Bugbee, 1962. Kans. Ent. Soc. Jour. 35: 345. 4, .

Biology: Stark and Koehler, 1964. Pan-Pacific Ent. 40: 41-46. tylodermatis Ashmead. Hosts: Curculionidae only; other published host re

cords should be disregarded, teste R. E. Bugbee in litt. Records as par. of Rhyacionia spp. in Schaffner, 1959, loc. cit. supra, p. 90,

should be referred to pini Bugbee. vagabunda Ashmead. Syn. of auriceps Walsh.

Genus EURYTOMOCHARIS Ashmead Delete from syn. under Eurytoma Illiger, p. 574, and insert as valid genus following Eurytoma, p. 579. Taxonomy: Bugbee, 1956, loc. cit. supra, pp. 505-506.—Peck, 1963, loc.

cit. supra, pp. 831-832. ashmeadi (Peck), n. comb. Transf. from Eurytoma Illiger, teste Peck, 1963,

loc. cit. supra, p. 831 (minuta Ashmead). eragrostidis Howard. Transf. from Eurytoma Illiger; types examined. muhlenbergiae (Howard). Transf. from Eurytoma Illiger, teste Bugbee,

1956, loc. cit. supra, p. 505. triodiae Howard. Transf. from Eurytoma Illiger; types examined.

Genus HEIMBRA Cameron, Sup. 1, p. 82 opaca (Ashmead) (=opacas (!) of Sup. 1, p. 82]. Kans., N. Mex., Utah,

Calif.

Genus EUDECATOMA Ashmead, pp. 579-582 Nomenclature: Peck, 1963, loc. cit. supra, pp. 833-844 (subspp. ch. to

var.). amsterdamensis (Girault). Syn. of mellea (Curtis). florida (Girault), corrected spelling of floridae of Catalog, teste Peck, 1963,

loc. cit. supra, p. 836. *mellea (Curtis). Que., N. Y., Oreg.; Holarctic. Hosts listed in Catalog

under amsterdamensis (Girault), p. 579. Decatoma mellea Curtis, 1831. Brit. Ent. 8: 345. g (= !). Decatoma amsterdamensis Girault, 1917 (syn. by Claridge, 1959. Soc.

Brit. Ent. Trans. 13: 152, 160). nubilistigma (Walsh). N. H. Host: Reared from gall of Euura sp. on Salix

discolor. occidentalis occidentalis (Balduf). Utah, Oreg. Hosts: Disholcaspis eldora

densis (Beut.), Xanthoteras eburneum (Bass.), twig gall on Qu

ercus garryana. vacciniicola (Balduf).

Biology: Judd, 1959. Amer. Micros. Soc. Trans. 78: 213.

Genus SYSTOLE Walker, p. 582 Taxonomy: Claridge, 1959. Ent. Mo. Mag. 95: 38. geniculata Foerster.

Biology: Roberts, 1963. Jour. Econ. Ent. 56: 541.

Genus BRUCHOPHAGUS Ashmead, pp. 582-583 Taxonomy: Bouček, 1954. Mus. Nat. Pragae Acta Ent. 30: 76 (subg. of

Eurytoma).-Fedoseeva, 1954. Mosk. Univ. Vestnik 9 (5):

113-118.-Fedoseeva, 1958. Zool. Zhur. 37: 1345-1351. Biology: Burks, 1958 (1957). Ent. Soc. Wash. Proc. 59: 273-277 (hosts).

-Fedoseeva, 1960. Nauch. Dok. Vyssh. Shkoly. Biol. 3: 14-18

(ecology). *kolobovae Fedoseeva. Cosmopolitan. Hosts: Seeds of Lotus spp. Bruchophagus kolobovae Fedoseeva, 1956. Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R. Dokl.

111: 491. 9, 9. Taxonomy: Fedoseeva, 1958, loc. cit. supra, p. 1349.-Perju, 1960. Acad.

R. P. Romaine, Bucharest Comun. 10: 575.-Szélenyi, 1961. Budapest. Növen, Kut. Int. Evkön 8: 133, 136.-Strong, 1962. Ent.

Soc. Amer. Ann. 55: 1-4. mexicanus Ashmead. Idaho, Ariz., Calif. Host: Seeds of Astragalus mollis

simus.
*platyptera (Walker). Cosmopolitan. Hosts: Seeds of clovers.

Systole platyptera Walker, 1834. Ent. Mag. 2: 153. 9.
Eurytoma gibba Boheman, 1836 (syn. by Claridge, 1959. Ent. Mo. Mag.

95: 39 (syn. questionably by Erdös, 1951. Folia Ent. Hung., n. s.,

4: 60 and Hellén, 1953. Not. Ent. 33: 18]). Biology: Carillo and Dickason, 1963. Oreg. State U. Agr. Expt. Sta.

Tech. Bul. 68, p. 11 (gibbus). Taxonomy: Fedoseeva, 1954, loc. cit. supra, pp. 115, 117 (gibbus).

Strong, 1962, loc. cit. supra, pp. 1-4 (gibbus). *roddi (Gussakovsky). Cosmopolitan. Hosts: Seeds of Medicago spp. Euryfoma (Eurytoma] roddi Gussakovsky in Rodd, Gussakovsky and An

tova, 1933. [Pests of dry-farming crops of Cent. Asia, Tashkent], pp. 122, 150. 9, ..

*Bruchophagus gibbus medicaginis Kolobova, 1950. Ent. Obozr. 31: 70

(syn. by Perju, loc. cit. supra, p. 575).
Taxonomy: Nikolskaya, 1952. Acad. Sci. U.S.S.R., Keys to Fauna of

U.S.S.R. 44: 173, 175.-Fedoseeva, 1954, loc. cit. supra, p. 116.-
Fedoseeva, 1958, loc. cit. supra, p. 1349.–Strong, 1962, loc. cit.

supra, pp. 1-4.
Biology: Strong, 1962. Hilgardia 32: 229-248.–Carillo and Dickason,

1963, loc. cit. supra, p. 25.-Strong, Bacon, and Russell, 1963. Hil

gardia 35: 1-12. sculptus (Ashmead), corrected spelling of sculpta of Sup. 1, p. 82, teste Peck,

1963, loc. cit. supra, p. 831.

Family CHALCEDECTIDAE

Genus CHALCEDECTUS Walker, p. 584
*Episystole Girault, 1927. S. Austr. Mus. Rec. 3: 317.

Type: Episystole poeta Girault. Orig. desig.
*Neochalcodectus Masi, 1936. Soc. Ent. Ital. Bol. 68: 68.

Type: Neochalcodectus sinaiticus Masi. By monotypy.
Taxonomy: Bouček, 1959. Mus. Nat. Pragae Acta Ent. 33: 568.

Genus EUCHRYSIA Westwood, p. 584 hyalinipennis Ashmead. Fla., N. Mex., Ariz. Host: Oncideres rhodosticta

Bates.

Family CHALCIDIDAE

Subfamily HALTICHELLINAE

Genus HALTICHELLA Spinola, p. 584 longicornis Ashmead.

Biology: Allen, 1962. U. S. Dept. Agr. Tech. Bul. 1265, p. 110. rhyacioniae Gahan. Mass. south to S. C. and Miss., west to Nebr. and Tex.

Host: Rhyacionia rigidana (Fern.).
Biology: Miller and Neiswander, 1959. Ohio Agr. Expt. Sta. Res. Bul.

840, p. 18.-Schaffner, 1959, loc. cit. supra, p. 91. xanticles (Walker). Iowa, Okla., Tex., Sask. Hosts: Grapholitha molesta

(Busck), Coleophoralaricella Hbn., Exoteleia pinifoliella

(Chamb.). Biology: Schaffner, 1959, loc. cit. supra, p. 91.-Allen, 1962, loc. cit. supra, p. 109.

Genus HOCKERIA Walker

(=Stomatoceras Kirby of Catalog, p. 585) Hockeria Walker, 1834. Ent. Mag. 2: 21, 34.

Type: Chalcis bispinosa Fabricius. Desig. by Kirby, 1883. Taxonomy: Bouček, 1951. Mus. Nat. Pragae Acta Ent. 27, Sup., p. 61.

Steffan, 1953. Feuille Nat. (Cahiers Nat.), n.s., 8: 10.—Habu,

1960. Nat. Inst. Agr. Sci. Japan Bul., ser. C,'11: 220. Use of this generic name is provisional, to conform with preponderant usage in current literature. Since the genotype of Stomatoceras is a misidentified species, the case should be referred to the Internatl. Comm. on Zool. Nomencl. americensis (Girault), new status. Stomatoceras unipunctati pennis americensis Girault, 1918 (ch. from

subsp. to sp.; types re-examined). eriensis (Wallace), new status. Del. south to N. C., west to N. Dak., Kans.,

Tex., Calif.

Stomatoceras rubra var. eriensis Wallace, 1942 (ch. to sp. by Steffan,

1959. Vie et Milieu 10: 304). rubra (Ashmead), new status. Calif., Mexico. Host: Harrisina brillians B. &

McD. Ch. from subsp. to sp. by Steffan, 1959, loc. cit. supra, p.

304. tenuicornis (Girault). Calif. anipunctatipennis (Girault), new status. N. Y. south to Fla., west to Oreg.,

Calif. Hosts: Neodiprion spp.
Stomatoceras unipunctatipennis unipunctatipennis of Catalog (ch. from

subsp. to sp.; types re-examined).

Genus SCHWARZELLA Ashmead, p. 585 The female of this genus has not been identified. arizonensis Ashmead. N. Mex., Calif.

Subfamily BRACHYMERIINAE
Taxonomy: Steffan, 1959. Mus. Nat. Pragae Acta Ent. 33: 287-290.

* Tribe CRATOCENTRINI

Genus ACANTHOCHALCIS Cameron, p. 585
Revision: Steffan, 1959, loc. cit. supra, pp. 306-309.

ACANTHOCHALCIS subgenus ACANTHOCHALCIS Cameron Changed from genus to subgenus, by Steffan, 1959, loc. cit. supra, p. 307. nigricans Cameron. Kans., Okla.; Mexico.

*ACANTHOCHALCIS subgenus BELOCHALCIS Steffan Acanthochalcis subg. Belochalcis Steffan, 1959. Mus. Nat. Pragae Acta

Ent. 33: 308.

Type: Acanthochalcis unispinosa Girault. By monotypy. unispinosa Girault. Ariz.

*Tribe PHASGONOPHORINI

Genus PHASGONOPHORA Westwood, p. 585 sulcata Westwood. N. H.

Genus TRIGONURA Sichel, p. 586
*Bactrochalcis Kieffer, 1912. Soc. Ent. de France Ann. 80: 463.

Type: Bactrochalcis reticulata Kieffer. By monotypy. Revision: Burks, 1959. Ent. Soc. Amer. Ann. 52: 75-81. *algerti Burks. Tex., Ariz., Calif. Hosts: Chrysobothris piuta Wickham, C.

octocola Lec. Trigonura algerti Burks, 1959. Ent. Soc. Amer. Ann. 52: 77. f, . californica Rohwer. Utah, Ariz., Oreg. Host: Chrysobothris femorata (Oli

vier). elegans (Provancher). Conn., Ont., N. Y., Pa., W. Va., Ark. Hosts: Agrilus

sp., Chrysobothris femorata (Oliv.), C. sexsignata (Say), Magdalis armicollis (Say), M. barbita (Say), M. olyra (Hbst.), ? Sco

lytus sp. Trigonura hicoriae Rohwer, 1919 (syn. by Burks, 1959, loc. cit. supra, p.

78). Taxonomy: Burks, 1964, loc. cit. supra, p. 1260 hicoriae Rohwer. Syn. of elegans (Provancher).

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*insularis (Cresson). Fla.; West Indies.
Phasgonophora insularis Cresson, 1865. Ent. Soc. Phila. Proc. 4: 102. 4,

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* pini Burks. B. C., Oreg., Calif.

Trigonura pini Burks, 1959. Ent. Soc. Amer. Ann. 52: 80. 4, . tarsata (Dalla Torre). N. B., Vt., Mass., Ont., Pa., N. C., Ohio. Hosts:

Magdalis armicollis (Say), M. barbita (Say). *ulmi Burks. Que., Ont., N. Y., N. J., Pa., N. C., Ill., Iowa. Hosts: Magdalis

armicollis (Say), Scolytus quadrispinosus Say., Scolytus sp. Trigonura ulmi Burks, 1959. Ent. Soc. Amer. Ann. 52: 80. 9, ô.

*Tribe BRACHYMERIINI

Genus BRACHYMERIA Westwood, p. 586
Revision: Burks, 1960. Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans. 86: 225-273.

BRACHYMERIA subgenus BRACHYMERIA Westwood
Ch. from gen. to subg. by Habu, 1960. Nat. Inst. Agr. Sci. Japan Bul.,
Ser. C., 11, p. 144.
*aeca Burks. N. S., Que., Maine, south to Fla., west to B. C. and N. Mex.

Hosts: Chaetophlepsis sp., prob. other Tachinidae parasitic on

Lepidoptera larvae, poss. also Tenthredinidae.
Brachymeria (Brachymeria) aeca Burks, 1960. Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans.

86: 242. , .
belfragei (Crawford). Tex.; Mexico, Honduras, Panamá.
coloradensis (Cresson). N. H. and Ont., south to Fla., west to B. C. and

Calif.; Holarctic. Hosts: Sarcophaga kellyi Ald., S. hunteri

Hough, par. on grasshoppers.
Chalcis tachinae Howard, 1885 (syn. by Burks, 1960, loc. cit. supra, p.

251).
Biology: Smith, 1957. Canad. Jour. Res. 36: 258.--Spencer, 1958. 10th

Internatl. Ent. Cong. Proc. 4: 497. * comitator (Walker). Fla., Tex.; Mexico south to Colombia and Brazil.

Hosts: Céramidia butleri (Mos.), C. viridis (Druce), C. sp., Ala

bama argillacea (Hbn.), Pieris sp. Chalcis comitator Walker, 1862. Ent. Soc. London Trans., ser. 3, 1: 350.

Ô.
compsilurae (Crawford). Maine, N. H., and Ont., south to N. C. and Tenn.;

Mich., Ill., Wis., Minn., Man., Mont., south to Colo. and N. Mex.,
B. C., Oreg. Hosts: Rileymyia fulvipes (Bigot), other Tachinidae

par. on Lepidoptera.
hammari (Crawford). Ark., Kans., Tex. west to Oreg. and Calif.; Mexico.

Hosts: Argyrotaenia citrana (Fern.), Carpocapsa pomonella (L.),
Platynota stullana (Wishm.), Psorosina hammondi (Riley),

?Cremastus cookii Weed.
Biology: Allen, 1962. U. S. Dept. Agr. Tech. Bul. 1265, p. 110.
fonscolombei (Dufour). Worldwide in warm-temperate zone.
*intermedia (Nees). Mass., Conn.; S. Europe, Near and Middle East. Hosts:

Pupae of many Lepidoptera.
Chalcis intermedia Nees, 1834. Hym. Ichn. affin. Monog., v. 2, p. 29. g.

Distribution: Burks, 1960. Ent. News 71: 62.
incerta (Cresson). Fla.;, West Indies, Mexico. Hosts: Alabama argillacea

(Hbn.), Celerio lineata (Fab.), Heliothis zea (Bod.), Laphygma
frugiperda (Sm.), Lymire edwardsi (Grote), Megalopyge krugii
Dew., M. opercularis (A. & S.), Neonympha sp., Oiketicus abbotii

Grote, Papilio cresphontes Cram., Mocis latipes (Guén.).
louisianae (Girault). Syn. of columbiana (Howard) in subg. Pseudobrachym-

eria.

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