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yakutatensis Ashmead. Idaho, Calif.
*zizaniae Muesebeck. D. C., Del. Host: Diatraea sp. in wild rice.

Apanteles zizaniae Muesebeck, 1957. Ent. News 68: 22. 9, ..

Genus MICROGASTER Latreille, pp. 135–137 auripes Provancher. Mich., Nebr., N. B. Hosts: Farontia diffusa (Wikr.),

Pseudaletia unipuncta (Haw.). brittoni Viereck. Mich. calliptera Say. Iowa, Nebr. canadensis Muesebeck, N. S. Hosts: Archips argyrospilus (Wlkr.), Stilpno

tia salicis (L.). comptanae Viereck. Va., Iowa. congregatiformis Viereck. Mich. ecdytolophae Muesebeck. Nebr. Hosts: Carpocapsa pomonella (L.), Walshia

amorphella Clem. Biology: Brandhorst, 1962. Ent. Soc. Amer. Ann. 55: 477.--Allen, 1962.

U. S. Dept. Agr. Tech. Bul. 1265, p. 36. epagoges Gahan. Hosts: A cleris chalybeana (Fern.), Anacampsis rhoifruc

tella (Clem.), Sparganothis acerivorana MacKay. Biology: Schaffner, 1959. U. S. Dept. Agr. Misc. Pub. 767, p. 62. facetosa Weed. Host: Argyrotaenia velutinana (Wlkr.). gelechiae Riley. Host: Gnorimoschema gallaeasterella (Kell.).

Biology: Judd, 1962. Amer. Micros. Soc. Trans. 81: 204. harnedi Muesebeck. Mich. iridescens Cresson. Host: Sylepta gordialis (Gn.). leechi Walley. Mass., Md., Mich., Oreg. pantographae Muesebeck. Iowa. peronea Walley. D. C., Wash. Hosts: Archips argyrospilus (Wlkr.), Peron

ea logiana (L.), Sparganothis pettitana (Rob.). phthorimaeae Muesebeck. Hosts: Udea rubigalis (Gn.), Platynota stultana

(Wism.). schizurae Muesebeck. Mich., Ark. *scotica Marshall. Europe; Mich.

Microgaster scotica Marshall, 1885. Ent. Soc. London Trans. 1885, p. 251.

*tiro Reinhard. Europe; Newfoundland, P. E. I. Host: Cnephasia virgua

reana Treit. Microgasier tiro Reinhard, 1880. Deut. Ent. Ztschr. 24: 356, 357. 4,.. zonaria Say. Pa., Fla., Iowa, Wis.

Genus MICROPLITIS Foerster, pp. 137-139 alaskensis Ashmead. Ariz. Hosts: Rachiplusia ou (Gn.), Trichoplusia ni

(Hbn.), Pseudaletia unipuncta (Haw.). autographae Muesebeck. Ariz. crenulatus (Provancher). Mich. croceipes (Cresson). Ariz. feltiae Muesebeck. Calif. gortynae Riley. Pa. kewleyi Muesebeck. Calif. Host: Agrotis ipsilon (Hufn.). longicauda Muesebeck. Nev., Calif.

montanus Muesebeck. Ney. perplexus Muesebeck. Mich. plutellae Muesebeck. Ont., N. Dak.

Biology: Harcourt, 1960. Canad. Ent. 92: 420-421. scutellatus Muesebeck. Idaho. stigmaticus Muesebeck. Calif. striatus Muesebeck. Mich. varicolor Viereck. N. B. Host: Syngrapha epigaea (Grote).

Biology: Wood and Neilson, 1960. Canad. Ent. 92: 761.

Subfamily CARDIOCHILINAE

Genus CARDIOCHILES Nees, pp. 139–141 apicalis (Cresson). D. C., S. C., Fla., Ariz. insculptus Mao. Fla. levis Mao. Calif. magnus Mao. Iowa. minutus (Cresson). Md. pullus Mao. Iowa, Calif. rubicundus Mao. Ariz. rubidus Mao. Idaho. tibiator (Say), Fla., Mo. truncus Mao. Wyo. viator (Say). N. Y., Mich., Wyo., N. Mex.

Subfamily ICHNEUTINAE

Genus ICHNEUTIDEA Ashmead, pp. 141-142 proteroptoides Viereck. Miss.

Subfamily CHELONINAE

Genus PHANEROTOMA Wesmael, pp. 142–143 *Sulydus Du Buysson, 1897. Soc. Ent. de France Ann. 66: 354. Syn. by

Fischer, 1963. Beitr. z. Ent. 13: 195.

Type: Sulydus marshalli Du Buysson. By monotypy. erythrocephala Rohwer. Ga., Wis., Mont., Calif. Hosts: Laspeyresia piper

ana (Kearf.), Helulia injectiva Heinr. fasciata Provancher. Hosts: Laspeyresia ingens Heinr., L. anaranjada

Miller. Biology: Allen, 1962. U. S. Dept. Agr. Tech. Bul. 1265, pp. 40-41. laspeyresiae Rohwer. Mich. Hosts: Laspeyresia piperana (Kearf.), L. misci

tata Heinr., Helulia injectiva Heinr. longicauda Walley. N. Y., Va., Tenn., Wis., S. Dak., Tex. *planifrons (Nees). Europe, North Africa, West and Central Asia, Siberia,

Korea, Japan; Calif. Hosts: Etiella zinckenella (Treit.), Grapholitha molesta (Busck), G. glycinivorella Mats., Laspeyresia strobilella. (L.), Margaronia pyloalis (Wlkr.), Phycita diaphana

(Stgr.). Sigalphus planifrons Nees, 1816 (1813). Gesell. Naturf. Freunde Berlin

Mag. 7: 259.

Taxonomy: Watanabe, 1940. Insecta Matsumurana 14: 88-89.
Biology: Parker, 1951. U. S. Dept. Agr. Tech. Bul. 1036, pp. 12-16.-

Clausen, 1956. U. S. Dept. Agr. Tech. Bul. 1139, p. 121. recurvariae Cush. Wis. thapsina Walley. Ariz., Calif. tibialis (Haldeman). Ont., Maine, Del., Ala., Ill., Mich., Wis., Minn. Host:

Acrobasis betulella Hulst.

Genus ASCOGASTER Wesmael, p. 143 flaviceps Ashmead. N. Y. quadridentata Wesmael. Wis., Colo., Calif. Hosts: Laspeyresia nigricana

(Steph.), Spilonota ocellana (D. and S.). Biology: Boyce, 1936. Canad. Ent. 68: 241-246.-Allen, 1962. U. S.

Dept. Agr. Tech. Bul. 1265, pp. 37-40.

CHELONUS subgenus CHELONUS Panzer, pp. 143-144 annulipes Wesmael. Del., N. Y. Host: Diatraea grandiosella Dyar (in lab.). Biology: Bradley and Arbuthnot, 1938. Ent. Soc. Amer. Ann. 31:

259-269.-Harris, 1950. lowa_Yearbook of Agr. for 1949, pp.

143-159.–Clausen, 1956. U. S. Dept. Agr. Tech. Bul. 1139, p. 91. aughei (La Munyan). Delete “Locality not given.” Nebr. (North Platte). *inanitus (Linnaeus). Europe; Calif. Host: Etiella zinckenella (Treit.).

Cynips inanitus Linnaeus, 1767. Syst. Nat., 12th Ed., p. 919.

Biology: Clausen, 1956. U. S. Dept. Agr. Tech. Bul. 1139, pp. 91-92. *muesebecki McComb. Calif., Alaska, Ariz., Colo., Nev., N. Mex., Oreg.,

S. D., Utah, Wash. Chelonus (Chelonus) muesebecki McComb, 1962. Ent. Soc. Wash. Proc.

64: 19. 8, 8. nebraskensis (La Munyan.). Delete "Locality not given." Nebr. (North

Platte). *phaloniae Mason. Man. Host: Phalonia hospes (Wism.). Chelonus phaloniae Mason, 1959. Canad. Ent. 91: 49. 4, 8.

CHELONUS subgenus MICROCHELONUS Szepligeti, pp. 145-146 egregicolor Viereck. N. H., Mass.

Biology: Schaffner, 1959. U. S. Dept. Agr. Misc. Pub. 767, p. 64. phthorimaeae Gahan. Idaho; Mexico, Bermuda. Host: Gnorimoschema gud

manella (Wlsm.).

Subfamily DACNUSINAE Taxonomy: Nixon, 1943. Ent. Monthly Mag. 79: 23-34, 159-168; 1944.

Idem 80: 88-108, 140-151, 193-200, 249-255; 1945. Idem 81: 189–204, 217-220; 1946. Idem 82: 279–300; 1948. Idem 84; 207-224, 1949. Idem 85: 289-298; 1954. Idem 90: 257–290.-Riegel, 1947. The American Species of Dacnusinae, Urbana, Illinois, 8 pp.-Docavo, 1955. Graellsia 13: 1-34.-Griffiths, 1964. Beitr. z.

Ent. 14: 823-914 (Dacnusini).
Biology: Griffiths, 1956. Ent. Monthly Mag. 92: 25-30.-Griffiths, 1962.

Ent. Record and Jour Variation 74: 183-184.-Griffiths, 1964.
Beitr. z. Ent. 14: 823-914.

Genus CHOREBUS Haliday, p. 146 Liposcia Foerster, 1862. Transf. from syn. here to syn. under Pachysema

Foerster. aquaticus Muesebeck. Minn.

*Genus PACHYSEMA Foerster Pachysema Foerster, 1862. Naturh. Ver. Rheinlande Verh. 19: 274.

Type: Dacnusa macrospila Haliday. By monotypy and orig.

desig. Liposcia Foerster, 1862. Transf. from syn. under Chorebus Haliday, p.

146.
Place in Dacnusinae after Chorebus Haliday.
As yet no North Amer. species have been recorded.
Taxonomy: Nixon, 1964. Ent. Monthly Mag. 90: 257-274.

L.

Subfamily ALYSIINAE Taxonomy and Biology: Griffiths, 1962. Ent. Rec. and Jour. Variation 74: 184.–Griffiths, 1964. Beitr. z. Ent. 14: 823-914.

Genus APHAERETA Foerster, p. 148 Taxonomy: McComb, 1960. Ent. News 71: 175-178. auripes (Provancher). Syn. of pallipes (Say). delosa Viereck. Syn. of pallipes (Say). *excavata McComb. Ga. (Somerville). Host: Sarcophaga sp.

Aphaereta excavala McComb, 1960. Ent. News 71: 176. 9, 8. *masoni McComb. Ont. (Stratford). Host: Cordilura sp.

Aphaereta masoni McComb, 1960. Ent. News 71: 177. f, g. pallipes (Say). Ont.; Hawaii. Hosts: Musca autumnalis DeG., M. domestica Trichesia auripes Provancher (syn. by McComb, 1958. Ent. Soc. Wash.

Proc. 60: 223). Aphaerela delosa Viereck (syn. by McComb, 1958, loc. cit. supra, p. 223). Aphaereta subtricarinata Viereck (syn. by McComb, 1958, loc. cit. supra,

p. 223). Aphaereta pegomyiae Brues (syn. by McComb, 1958, loc. cit. supra, p.

223). Aphaereta sarcophagae Gahan (syn. by McComb, 1958, loc. cit. supra, p.

223). Taxonomy: McComb, 1958. Ent. Soc. Wash. Proc. 60: 223-224.

McComb, 1960. Ent News 71: 175-178. Biology: Salkeld, 1959. Canad. Ent. 91: 93-97. pegomyiae Brues. Syn of pallipes (Say). sarcophagae Gahan. Syn. of pallipes (Say). subtricarinata Viereck. Syn, of pallipes (Say).

Genus IDIASTA Foerster, p. 150 Taxonomy: Königsmann, 1960. Beitr, z. Ent. 10: 624-654.

Genus MESOCRINA Foerster, p. 150 Taxonomy: Königsmann, 1959. Beitr. z. Ent. 9: 609-619.

Genus PHAENOCARPA Foerster, p. 152 picinervis (Haliday). Md. Kans., Idaho.

Subfamily OPIINAE
Taxonomy: Fischer, 1959. Acta Ent. Mus. Natl. Pragae 33: 241-263.-

Fischer, 1963. Beitr. z. Ent. 13: 194-222, 662-747.–Fischer, 1964.
Polskie Pismo Ent. 34: 197–530.

Genus ADEMON Haliday, p. 152
*Giardinaia Destefani Perez, 1902. Zool. Jahrb. Syst. 15: 631. N. syn.

(teste C. F. W. Muesebeck, from literature).

Type: Giardinaia urinator Destefani Perez. By monotypy. Biology: Destefani Perez, loc. cit. supra, pp. 625-634.–Rimsky-Korsa

kov, 1933. Handb. biol. Arbeitsmethoden, Abt. 9, Teil 7, p. 255. niger (Ashmead). Wis., Minn.

Genus GNAPTODON Haliday, p. 153 nepticulae (Rohwer). N. Y., Md.

Genus OPIUS Wesmael, pp. 153–157 *Tolbia Cameron, 1907. Linn. Soc. London Trans. (2) 12: 84. Syn. by

Baltazar, 1961. Philippine Jour. Sci. 90(3): 392.

Type: Tolbia scaevolae Cameron. By monotypy. *Hexaulax Cameron, 1910. Soc. Ent. 25: 25. Syn. by Fischer, 1964.

Polskie Pismo Ent. 34: 209.

Type: Hexaulax ru ficeps Cameron. By monotypy.
* Eristernaulax Viereck, 1913. U. S. Natl. Mus. Proc. 46: 362. Syn. by

Fischer, 1963. Polskie Pismo Ent. 33: 272.
Type: Eristernaulax leucotaenia Viereck. By monotypy and

orig. desig. Taxonomy. Fischer, 1957. Deut. Ent. Ztschr., N. F. 4: 332-358.—Fischer,

1958. Mus. Civ. Stor. Nat. Genova Ann. 70: 33-70, 245-304.Fischer, 1958. Hist. Nat. Mus. Nat. Hungarici 50: 241-260.Fischer, 1958. Naturh. Mus. _Wien. Ann. 62: 210-219.–Fischer, 1958. Acta Ent. Mus. Natl. Pragae 32: 295-316.-Fischer, 1958. Beitr, z. Ent. 8: 189-212.–Fischer, 1959. Münchner Ent. Gesell. Mitt. 49: 1-35.–Fischer, 1959. Mus. Civ. Stor. Nat. Genova Ann. 71: 145-161.–Fischer, 1959. Opuscula Ent. 24: 55-78.-Fischer, 1959. Polskie Pismo Ént. 29: 519-542.-Fischer, 1959. Hist. Nat. Mus. Nat. Hungarici 51: 419-423.—Fischer, 1960. Ann. Zool. 19: 33-112.–Fischer, 1962. Naturh. Mus. Wien Ann. 65: 117-131.Fischer, 1963. Acta Ent. Mus. Natl. Pragae 35: 197-242—Fischer,

1963. Polskie Pismo Ent. 33: 253-409. aberrans Viereck. Ont., S. C., Wis.

Taxonomy: Fischer, 1964. Polskie Pismo Ent. 34: 464-466. *aciurae Fischer. Fla. Host: Myoleja limata (Coq.).

Opius aciurae Fisher, 1964. Polskie Pismo Ent. 34: 272. 9, @ . *adductus Fischer. Calif. Host: Agromyza sp.

Opius adductus Fischer, 1964. Polskie Pismo Ent. 34: 413. 4, .. *alachuanus Fischer. Fla. (Gainesville).

Opius alachuanus Fischer, 1964. Polskie Pismo Ent. 34: 379. 9. *alconanus Fischer. Mich. (Alcona Co.).

Opius alconanus Fischer, 1964. Polskie Pismo Ent. 34: 416. 4. alloeus Muesebeck. Pa., Mich., Wis. *amensis Fischer. N. Y., Kans., Iowa.

Opius amensis Fischer, 1964. Polskie Pismo Ent. 34: 309. 9, 8. amplus (Ashmead). Newfoundland, Que., Alta., B. C. Host: Agromyza albi

tarsis Meig. Taxonomy: Fischer, 1964. Polskie Pismo Ent. 34: 351-352. *angustistriatus Fischer. S. C., N. Y.

Opius angustistriatus Fischer, 1964. Polskie Pismo Ent. 34: 353. $. *apertus Fischer. Mich. (Midland Co.).

Opius apertus Fischer, 1964. Polskie Pismo Ent. 34: 417. g. apicalis Gahan. N. Y., Md., Conn., Wis., Kans., Calif. Host: Liriomyza sp.

Taxonomy: Fischer, 1964. Polskie Pismo Ent. 34: 372-373. *aquaticus Muesebeck, n. name. Replaces hydrellias Muesebeck, preocc.

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