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Family Braconidae - Braconid Wasps

Genus Indiopius Fischer, 1966 (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Opiinae) in Iran with a key to the world species.
By Peris-Felipo, F.J., Z. Rahmani, S.A. Belokobilskij, E. Rakhshani
Zookeys 368: 37-44, 2014

A Revision of the genera of the world Ichneutinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)
By Sharkey, M.J. and R.A. Wharton
Journal of Natural History, 1994

First records of the genera Histermerus Wesmael (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Histeromerinae)...
By Belokobylskij, S.A., A. loni, A. Lucchi, U. Bernardo
Zookeys (310): 29-40, 2013
Comments in "taxonomic part" immediately following the Introduction provides and excellent updated synopsis of the taxonomic history, morphology, and biology of this monotypic (single genus) subfamily. Figures 1 and 9 are adequate wing diagrams.

Cardiochiles (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), a parasitoid of lepidopterous larvae, in the Sahel of Africa...
By Huddleston, T. and A.K. Walker
Bulletin of Entomological Research 78: 435-461. , 1988

Systematics of the world genera of Cardiochilinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)
By Dangerfield, P.C., A.D. Austin, and J.B. Whitfield
Systematic Entomology, 1999

Hansonia, a new genus of cardiochiline Braconidae (Hymeoptera: Braconidae) fro Costa Rica, with notes on its biology
By Dangerfield, P.C., J.B. Whitfield, M.J. Sharkey, D.H. Janzen, and I. Mercado.
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 98: 592-596. , 1996

The species of ichneumon-flies of the genus Cardiochiles occurring in America north of Mexico
By Mao, Y.T.
Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 1949
The species of ichneumon-flies of the genus Cardiochiles occurring in America north of Mexico
Y T Mao, Proceedings of the United States National Museum 99: 229-266 (1949)

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Revision of the genus Canalicephalus Gibson and the recognition of the Acampsohelconinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) as extant
By Achterberg, C. van
Zoologische Mededelingen 76 (20), 2002
The braconid subfamily Acampsohelconine, which had been considered extinct, is resurrected to include the extant genera Canalicephalus Gibson 1977, Urosigalphus Ashmead 1889 as sister genera, and also Afrocampsis van Achterberg & Quicke 1990.