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Entedoninae associated with Pontania and allied sawflies (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae and Tenthredinidae) in northern Europe

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Chrysocharis elongata (Thomson) parasitises Phyllocolpa leucosticta (Hartig) and C. pontaniae sp.n., which is described, is a parasitoid of Pontania. Species of Chrysochuris have not been previously associated with gallicolous or leaf-rolling sawflies. Biological data are given for both species of Chrysocharis, and for Entedon heyeri (Ratzeburg) which attacks Apion minimum Herbst, an inquiline curculionid in galls of Pontania collactanea (Förster).

Affiliations: 1: Department of Environmental Biology, University of Manchester M13 9PL, England; 2: Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, Senckenberganlage 25, 6000 Frankfurt 1, Federal Republic of Germany


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