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Three new species of Stibeutes and Gnotus (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) from holm-oak and cork-oak Mediterranean forests

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The new species Stibeutes hirsutus, S. calderonae and Gnotus klausi from Spanish holm-oak and cork-oak woods are described and illustrated. Data on their habitat and the phenology of S. hirsutus are reported. The species S. breviareolatus collected in a cork-oak forest is recorded for the first time for Spain. New keys for the Gnotus tenuipes species group and for the Spanish species of Stibeutes are provided.

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2004-01-01
2016-12-03

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