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On Buresium, Masneroma (n.gen.) and some other Eurytomidae (Hymenoptera)

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The genus Buresium is revised, with four included species keyed out, three of them new: naso from South Asia, tenue and watshami from southern Africa. Masneroma angulifera, n.gen., n.sp., is described from North America. Endobia donacis, known from France, is found to be distributed and probably native in South Asia. Two other species, Bruchophagus aloineae and Eurytoma capensis (also with a new synonym) are transferred to Eurytoma and Risbecoma, resp., and biological data corrected, the first proved to be parasitic, the second phytophagous.

Affiliations: 1: Z. Bouček, Commonwealth Inst. of Entomol., c/o Brit. Mus. (Nat. Hist.), Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD, U. K.


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