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Superfamily Chalcidoidea - Chalcidoid Wasps

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A Revision of New World Monodontomerus Westwood (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea: Torymidae)
By Grissell EE
Contributions of the American Entomological Institute 32 (1): 1-90, 2000
Available for purchase through the American Entomological Institute

A review of North American species of Microdontomerus Crawford (Torymidae: Hymenoptera)
By Grissell E.E.
J. Hymenoptera Res. 14(1): 22-65, 2005

Annotated checklist of California Encyrtidae (Hymenoptera)
By Zuparko RL
Zootaxa 4017(1): 1-126, 2015
Presents a list of 111 described genera and 208 described species found in California (including both native and introduced species), as well as an additional 276 morphospecies found in the state.

A brief review of species of the genus Parablastothrix with description of a new species from Mexico (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae)
By Trjapitzin V.A.
Zoosyst. Rossica 18: 291–294, 2009

Systematics of the tribe Euderomphalini (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae): parasitoids of whiteflies (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae)
By John LaSalle and Michael E. Schauff
Systematic Entomology 19(3):235–258. , 1994

The presence of Notanisus Walker (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) in North America and revision of the oulmesiensis species group
By G.A.P. Gibson
Zootaxa 3948(3), 2015

Genus Gonatocerus ... in the Nearctic region: taxonomic notes and descriptions of three new species
By S.V. Triapitsyn
Russian Entomol. J. Vol. 22, No.3, pp. 211–222, 2013
S.V. Triapitsyn, Genus Gonatocerus Nees ab Esenbeck, 1834 (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae) in the Nearctic region: taxonomic notes and descriptions of three new species, Russian Entomol. J., 22(3), 211–222, 2013.

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The University of Florida Book of Insect Records (UFBIR), Chapter 38: Smallest Adult
By Jerry E. Gahlhoff, Jr.
University of Florida, 1998

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