Species Urocerus cressoni - Black-and-red Horntail Wasp
Davis E.E., French S., Venette R.C. (2005) Mini risk assessment: Giant Woodwasp, Urocerus gigas L. [Hymenoptera: Siricidae]
A detailed review covering biology, hosts, distribution, taxonomy, spread potential, economic impact of U. gigas and other aspects.
An in-progress collaboration between Quinlyn Baine, Chris Looney, David R. Smith, Nathan M. Schiff, Henri Goulet and Amanda J. Redford "designed and developed as a screening aid to support identification of adult sawfly specimens to genus"
Includes keys, a photo gallery, glossary, fact sheets, and diagrams illustrating morphology.
Blank et al. (2012) ECatSym: Electronic World Catalog of Symphyta (Insecta, Hymenoptera). Program version 4.0 beta
Taxonomic data base (with distribution info provided for every taxon included) maintained by people at the Senckenberg Deutsches Entomologisches Institut, Müncheberg, Germany, and adopted as BG's default taxonomy reference
. See also discussion here
"...the best thing to check for current usage of names" (Dr. Smith's comment
authors: Blank S.M., Groll E.K., Liston A.D., Prous M., Taeger A.
i still haven't figured out how to use it...
Hymenoptera Interactive Keys
requires installation of Windows only Intkey software (so I haven't been able to try the keys). Site lists keys to the following:
Cotesia species of economic importance
Adeliinae Genera of the New World
Agathidinae Genera of the New World
Agathidinae Genera of Thailand
Agathirsia Species of the World
Alabagrus Species of the World
Alabagrus Species of La Selva
Aleiodes Species of the New World
Alysiinae Genera of the New World
Amputoearinus of the New World
Aphidiinae Genera of the New World
Apozyginae Genera of the New World
Betylobraconinae Genera of the New World
Blacinae Genera of the New World