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Genus Aleiodes - Common Mummy Wasps

 
 
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Revision of North American Aleiodes Wesmael (Part 1): the pulchripes Wesmael species-group in the New World
By Scott R. Shaw, Paul M. Marsh, & Joseph C. Fortier
Journal of Hymenoptera Research, 6: , 1997
Full title: Revision of North American Aleiodes Wesmael (Part 1): the pulchripes Wesmael species-group in the New World (Hymenoptera: Braconidae, Rogadinae)

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A Revision of the Tetrasphaeropyx Ashm. Lineage of the Genus Aleiodes Wesmael (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Rogadinae)
By Fortier, Joseph C.
Magnolia Press, 2009
Zootaxa 2256: 1-126

Seventy-three known Aleiodes (Tetrasphaeropyx) species are described. A morphological phylogenetic analysis is provided to test the monophyly of the group. A dichotomous key to species is provided as well as a glossary of terminology, illustrations referred to in the key, host information, and geographical collection information.
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Aleiodes wasps of eastern forests: A guide to parasitoids and associated mummified caterpillars
By Shaw, Scott R.
Morgantown: Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team, 2006

Notes on Braconidae (Hymenoptera) associated with jojoba (Simmondsia chinensis) and descriptions of new species
By Paul M. Marsh
The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 65(1): 58-67, 1989

Phylogeny of the subfamilies of the family Braconidae (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonoidea)
By Quicke, D.L.J. and C. van Achterberg
Zoologische Verhandelingen Leiden 258 15.x.1990, 1990
This morphological phylogenetic analysis is interesting to compare with later combined morphological and molecular analyses, and molecular analyses.

PDF URL: http://dare.uva.nl/cgi/arno/show.cgi?fid=148935

Family Braconidae, pp. 144-295. In: Catalog of Hymenoptera in America North of Mexico
By Marsh, P.M.
Smithsonian Institution Press, 1979

Molecular phylogenetics of Braconidae (Hym.:Ichneumonoidea) based on multiple nuclear genes, and implications for classification
By Sharonowsky B.J., Ashley P.G., Dowling P.G., Sharkey M.J.
Systematic Entomology 36: 549-572, 2011

Manual of the New World Genera of the Family Braconidae (Hymenoptera)
By Wharton, R.A., P.M. Marsh, M.J. Sharkey (Eds)
International Society of Hymenopterists, 1997
Although some systematics info is dated (Sharonowski et al. (1) is the most recent phylogenetic update of the group as of this writing), contains comprehensive biological and taxonomic information, keys, and information on the biodiversity of the various groups, as well as habitus and wing diagrams, and SEM photographs of various morphological features helpful for identification. Very high quality work.
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