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"Symphyta" - Sawflies, Horntails, and Wood Wasps

 
 
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List of the Sawflies (Hymenoptera: Symphyta) of Virginia
By Smith D.R.
Banisteria 28: 3-23, 2006

The genera and subgenera of the sawflies of Canada and Alaska (Hymenoptera: Symphyta)
By Goulet H.
The insects and arachnids of Canada, Pt. 20. Ottawa: Agriculture Canada. 235 pp., 1992
Full text
Covers all the symphytan families

Keys to the insects of the European part of the USSR. Vol. 3. Hymenoptera. Part 6.
By Zhelokhovtsev A.N., Tobias V.I., Kozlov M.A.
Keys to the Fauna of the USSR 158: 1-432, 1993
English translation from the 1988 Russian edition [which i use].
Covers the 'Symphyta' (close to 900 spp.) and a number of minor taxa of parasitic wasps (Trigonaloidea, Stephanoidea, Evanioidea, and Paxylommatidae). Somewhat outdated yet thorough treatment with lots of useful info.

Nematus oligospilus Förster (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae), an introduced willow sawfly in the Southern Hemisphere
By Koch W.R., Smith D.R.
Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 102: 292-300, 2000

The Cephid Stem Borers of California (Hymenoptera: Cephidae)
By Woodrow W. Middlekauff
Bulletin of the California Insect Survey, Volume 11, University of California Press, 1969
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Has keys and brief discussions for the 12 cephid species known from North America in 1969, with emphasis on California species.

Note that what Middlekauff treated as Cephus clavatus is currently recognized as Calameuta clavata...a genus Middlekauff did not include in his treatment. Another nearctic species of Calameuta was published in 2005, and a key to both species appears in Smith & Schiff(1).

On the geographic origin of the wheat stem sawfly (Hym.: Cephidae): a new hypothesis of introduction from northeastern Asia
By Ivie M.A.
American Entomologist 47: 84-97, 2001

Studies in the sawfly genus Hoplocampa
By S. A. Rohwer
Technical Papers on Miscellaneous Forest Insects, Technical Series, No. 20, Part IV., 1911
S. A. Rohwer, Studies in the sawfly genus Hoplocampa, Technical Papers on Miscellaneous Forest Insects, Technical Series, No. 20, Part IV, USDA, Dept. Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, 1911.

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The North American sawflies of the genus Hoplocampa (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae)
By Herbert H. Ross
Transactions of the American Entomological Society, Vol. 69, No. 23, pp. 61-92 , 1943
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