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Notes on Chalcidoidea VII A Key to Swedish Species of the Genus Halticoptera Spin. and Three Related Genera (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae)

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A key to the Swedish species of Halticoptera Spin., Halticopterina Erd., Schimitschekia BouČ., and Thinodytes Grah. is presented. Together with a brief description of Halticoptera Spin., a description of H. longitpetiolus sp.n. is given. The following species are recorded from Sweden for the first time: Halticoptera elongatula Grah., H. poreia (Walk.), H. violacea Askew, H. crius (Walk.), H. letitiae Askew, Halticopterina triannulata Erd., and Schimitschekia populi BouČ.

Affiliations: 1: Swedish Natural Science Research Council, c/o Dept. of Entomology, Swedish Museum of Natural History, S-104 05 Stockholm, Sweden


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