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A phylogenetic analysis of the megadiverse Chalcidoidea (Hymenoptera)
By Heraty J.M., Burks R.A., Cruaud A., Gibson G.A.P., Liljeblad J., Munro J., Rasplus J.-Y., Delvare G., Janšta P., Gumovsky A....
Cladistics 29: 466–542, 2013
Full list of authors: Heraty J.M., Burks R.A., Cruaud A., Gibson G.A.P., Liljeblad J., Munro J., Rasplus J.-Y., Delvare G., Janšta P., Gumovsky A., Huber J., Woolley J.B., Krogmann L., Heydon S., Polaszek A., Schmidt S., Darling D.C., Gates M.W., Mottern J., Murray E., Molin A.D., Triapitsyn S., Baur H., Pinto J.D., van Noort S., George J., Yoder M.

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A handbook of the families of Nearctic Chalcidoidea (Hymenoptera). 2nd Edition
By E.E. Grissell & M. E. Schauff
Entomological Society of Washington. 87pp., 1997
Detailed summary
Most of the information contained in this book is available online here
Species numbers provided are very out-of-date, though.

The families and subfamilies of Canadian Chalcidoid wasps
By C.M. Yoshimoto
The insects and arachnids of Canada, Pt. 12. Ottawa: Agric. Canada. 149 pp., 1984

Annotated Keys to the Genera of Nearctic Chalcidoidea (Hymenoptera)
By Gary A. Gibson, James B. Woolley, John T. Huber
Canadian Government Publishing, 1997

Flowering Plant Hosts of Adult Hymenopteran Parasitoids of Central Illinois
By Tooker, J.F. and L.M. Hanks
Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 2000
A large comprehensive study involving 151 parasitoid species over several parasitoid families and records covering over 33 years of observation and over 15,000 insect visitors. Provides persuasive data that Apiaceae (the carrot family) is the plant family by far most widely used by parasitoid wasp adults for feeding.

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The genus Mymaromella (Hymenoptera: Mymarommatidae) in North America, with a key to described extant species
By J.T. Huber, G.A.P. Gibson, L.S. Bauer, H. Liu, M. Gates
Journal of Hymenoptera Research 17(2): 175-194, 2008

The Wasps
By Howard Ensign Evans, Mary Jane West Eberhard
University of Michigan Press, 1970
A readable reference on wasp biology. Out of print, sometimes can be found used.

Parasitic Wasps
By Donald L. J. Quicke
Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1997

 
 
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