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Revision of Chinese Euplectromorpha Girault (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae)

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This paper treats the Chinese species of Euplectromorpha Girault. Nine valid species are recognized and a key to species is provided. Five species were previously known from China: E. breviealcar (Lin), E. clavata (Lin), E. contingens (Lin), E. interrupta (Lin), and E. simplicicornis (Lin). E. inaequalis (Lin) is proposed as a new synonym of E. brevicalcar. One species is newly recorded from China: E. bicarinata (Ferrière). Three new species, E. conjuncta, E. triangularis, and E. acuticlavata, are described and compared with related species. One new combination is proposed, Aroplectrus areolatus (Ferrière), transferred from Neoplectrus.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, 100080, China


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