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Species Dryinus alatus

 
 
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Descriptions of new taxa of Dryinidae (Hymenoptera Chrysidoidea)
By Olmi M
Frustula entomologica, N.S., XV: 19–62, 1993
unavailable online or as a PDF as far as I know.

Phylogenetic relationships among the subfamilies of Dryinidae (Hym., Chrysidoidea) as reconstructed by molecular sequencing
By Tribull C.
J. Hymenopt. Res. 45: 15-29, 2015

Dryinidae of the Neotropical region (Hymenoptera: Chrysidoidea)
By Olmi M., Virla E.G.
Zootaxa 3792: 1–534, 2014

A revision of the Dryinidae (Hymenoptera)
By Olmi, M.
Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute 37: i-xii + 1–1913, 1984
Worldwide revision of the family.

The Sting of the Wild: The Story of the Man Who Got Stung for Science
By Justin O. Schmidt
John Hopkins University Press: Baltimore, MD, 2016
This book is useful in dispelling myths about broad groups (particularly the oft-maligned Mutillidae). The Appendix contains the rankings for 83 species and includes all ranked species. It's also worth noting that this does mean that the majority of species are unranked, so caution should be taken in creating sweeping claims (as often done on rather erroneous Internet memes).

Molecular phylogenetics of Vespoidea indicate paraphyly of the superfamily...
By Pilgrim E.M., von Dohlen C.D., Pitts J.P.
Zoologica Scripta 37: 539–560, 2008
Full title: Molecular phylogenetics of Vespoidea indicate paraphyly of the superfamily and novel relationships of its component families and subfamilies

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Identifying the sister group to the bees: a molecular phylogeny of Aculeata with an emphasis on the superfamily Apoidea
By Debevec A.H., Cardinal S., Danforth B.N.
Zoologica Scripta 41: 527-535, 2012

Evolutionary history of the Hymenoptera
By Peters et al.
Current Biology 27: 1–6, 2017

 
 
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