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Species Acrotaphus wiltii

 
 
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Phylogeny of the Polysphincta group of genera (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae; Pimplinae): a taxonomic revision of spider...
By Gauld, I.D. and Dubois, J.
Systematic Entomology 31(3):529-564, 2006
full title: Phylogeny of the Polysphincta group of genera (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae; Pimplinae): a taxonomic revision of spider ectoparasitoids

abstract and access to the rest of the paper

also available here: https://www.academia.edu/34902263/Phylogeny_of_the_Polysphincta_group_of_genera_Hymenoptera_Ichneumonidae_Pimplinae_a_taxonomic_revision_of_spider_ectoparasitoids

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 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

The Genera of Ichneumonidae, Part 3
By Townes H
Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute, Number 13, 1969
subfamilies as defined by Townes: Lycorinae, Scolobatinae, and Porizontinae

Note: Townes' nomenclature is not used by BugGuide

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

The Genera of Ichneumonidae, Part 1
By Townes H
Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute, Number 11, 1969
subfamilies as defined by Townes: Ephialtinae, Tryphoninae, Labiinae, Adelognathinae, Xoridinae, and Agriotypinae plus terminology, morphology, etc.

Note: Townes' nomenclature is not used by BugGuide

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

The Genera of Ichneumonidae, Part 2
By Townes H
Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute, Number 12, 1969
Note: Townes' nomenclature is not used by BugGuide; his subfamily Gelinae is now Cryptinae

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

Ichneumon-Flies of America North of Mexico: 2. Subfamilies Ephialtinae, Xoridinae, and Acaenitinae
By Henry Townes and Marjorie Townes
Bulletin - United States National Museum, Vol. 216, Part 2, pp. 1–676, 1960

Key to Ichneumonidae in New Zealand
By Schnitzler, Franz-Rudolf & Ward, Darren F
Landcare Research, 2013
While the key was designed for New Zealand, Landcare Research's "Fact Sheets' on different taxa are an excellent source for Ichneumon wasp descriptions

 
 
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