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Zur Kenntnis des Pteromaliden-Genus Mesopolobus Westwood, 1833. XI (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea)

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The number of undescribed species belonging to Mesopolobus s.l. appears to be considerable within the Nearctic region. Quite a few new species were noticed in the collection of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C. None of them appears to belong to species already known in Europe. Some of the already described species, however, could be identical with European MesopoLobus, but any measures regarding their taxonomic position should be deferred until the existing material has been supplemented with fresh specimens.

Affiliations: 1: Hans v. Rosen, Institut für Pflanzen- und Forstschutz d. landwirt- u.d. forstwirtschaftlichen Hoch- schulen, S-171 07 Solna, Schweden


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