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Two New Genera and Species of the Family Pteromalidae from Sweden

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Notes on Chalcidoidea (Hym.) III

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Abstract The author describes two new genera and species belonging to the family Pteromalidae (Hym. Chalcidoidea). One genus named Smeagolia gen. n. with the type species S. perplexa sp. n. was collected in South Sweden, province Skane (Scania). The second genus Nazgulia gen. n. with type species N. petiolata sp. n. is from the provinces Uppland and Narke in Sweden.

Affiliations: 1: Swedish Natural Science Research Council, c/o Dept. of Ent., Swedish Museum of Natural History, S-104 05 Stockholm 50, Sweden

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2016-12-04

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