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A new subfamily and two new genera and species from the New World (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea: Pteromalidae)

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Dvaliniinae n. subfam., Bomburia femorata n. gen., n. sp. (from Brazil) and Bofuria maculata n. gen., n. sp. (from Colombia) are described. Acrocormus megastigmus Ashm. is transfered to Bofuria n. gen. Bofuria megastigmus (Ashm.) n. comb. and Elachertvdomyia Girlt. with type species phloeotrihi (Ashm.) is placed in the new subfamily. A key to the known genera of Dvaliniinae is given.

Affiliations: 1: K.-J. Hedqvist, Swedish nat. Sci. Res. Council. c/o Dept of Ent., Mus. nat. Hist., S-10405 Stockholm, Sweden


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