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Species Yelicones delicatus

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Subfamily Rogadinae
By Sharkey MJ, Quicke DLJ, Shaw SR, C van Achterberg
unpublished?, 2021
PDF available on Dr. Sharkey’s lab website
a more recent key than the one available in (1) and conforming to the current taxonomy
w/ photographs, brief descriptions of New World genera, and references

nb: the date I entered for this paper is the one listed for its upload to the directory on Dr. Sharkey’s server

Evolution of the parasitic wasp subfamily Rogadinae (Braconidae): phylogeny and evolution of lepidopteran host ranges...
By Zaldívar-Riverón A, Shaw MR, Saez AG, Mori M, Belokoblylskij SA, Shaw SR, Quicke DLJ
BMC Evolutionary Biology 8:329, 2008
full title = "Evolution of the parasitic wasp subfamily Rogadinae (Braconidae): phylogeny and evolution of lepidopteran host ranges and mummy characteristics"

available at:

Braconidae of the Middle East (Hymenoptera): Taxonomy, Distribution, Biology, and Biocontrol Benefits of Parasitoid Wasps 1st Ed
By Neveen S. Gadallah, Hassan Ghahari, & Scott Richard Shaw (eds.)
Academic Press: 612 pp., 2022

Key to the New World subfamilies of the family Braconidae (Hymenoptera)
By Michael Sharkey, Kacie J. Athey, José L. Fernández-Triana, Angélica M. Penteado-Dias, Spencer K. Monckton, Donald L.J. Quicke
Canadian Journal of Arthropod Identification #49, 2023

Note: The braconid subfamily Rhyssalinae is misspelled as "Rhyssinae," which is the name of an ichneumonid subfamily.

Classification and Biology of Braconid Wasps (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)
By Shaw MR, Huddleston T
Royal Entomological Society of London, Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects, volume 7 part 11, 1991

Illustrated Key to the Subfamilies of the Braconidae
By Cornelis van Achterberg
Zoologische Verhandelingen, 283(1): 1-189, 1993

A revision of the parasitic wasps of the subfamily Braconinae occurring in America north of Mexico
By C.F.W. Muesebeck
Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 69 (2642):1-73, 1927

Also includes Agathidinae under an older definition of Braconinae.

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

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