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Tribe Pimplini

 
 
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The suprageneric groups of the Pimplinae: a cladistic re-evaluation and evolutionary biological study
By Gauld, I.D., Wahl, D.B. & Broad, G.R.
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 136, 421–485, 2002
Full title: The suprageneric groups of the Pimplinae (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae): a cladistic re-evaluation and evolutionary biological study

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Pimpline Ichneumon-flies: Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects
By M. G. Fitton et al.
Royal Entomological Society of London, 2012
A good source of biological and natural history information for higher order taxa at the family level and above, and for this information for genera that also occur in the Nearctic.

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The pronunciation and derivation of the names of the genera and subgenera of the family Ichneumonidae found in North America…
By H. Pearson Hopper
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 61(4): 155-171, 1959
Full title: The pronunciation and derivation of the names of the genera and subgenera of the family Ichneumonidae found in North America north of Mexico.

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Replacement names in the family Ichneumonidae (Hymenoptera)
By Ahmet Ömer Koçak & Muhabbet Kemal
Centre for Entomological Studies Ankara miscellaneous papers, 147-148: 3-4, 2009

The North American Ichneumon-flies of the Tribes Labenini, Rhyssini, Xoridini, Odontomerini, and Phytodietini
By S.A. Rohwer
Proceedings of the United States National Museum 57: 405-474, 1920

Detection and identification of two new native hymenopteran parasitoids associated with the exotic Sirex noctilio
By Christopher R. Standley, E. Richard Hoebeke, Dylan Parry, Douglas C. Allen, & Melissa Kay Fierke
Proceedings- Entomological Society of Washington 114(2):238-249, 2012
Full title: Detection and identification of two new native hymenopteran parasitoids associated with the exotic Sirex noctilio in North America.

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DOI: 10.4289/0013-8797.114.2.238

This key primarily includes members of Rhyssinae but also includes Pseudorhyssa (Poemeniinae).

Ichneumon-flies of America north of Mexico: 9. Subfamilies Theriinae and Anomaloninae
By Clement E. Dasch
Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute, no. 36: 1-610, 1984

The Genera of Ichneumonidae, Part 4
By Townes H
Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute, Number 17, 1971
subfamilies as defined by Townes: Cremastinae, Phrudinae, Tersilochinae, Ophioninae, Mesochorinae, Metopiinae, Anomalinae, Acaenitinae, Microleptinae, Orthocentrinae, Collyriinae, Orthocentrinae, Diplazontinae, and Ichneumoninae

Note: Townes' nomenclature is not used by BugGuide

PDF on DVD available for sale through the AEI: http://www.amentinst.org/memoirs.php

 
 
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