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Sirex cyaneus Fabricius

Fig. C8.1 (female habitus)Fig. C8.2 (male habitus)Fig. C4.4 (map)Sirex cyaneus Fabricius, 1781: 419. Type female (HMUG), dissection and images of ovipositor prepared by Geoff Hancock and sent to HG for study. Type locality: “America boreali”.Urocerus cyaneus; Norton, 1869: 357 (change in combination); accepted by Provancher 1879: 230 and 1883: 241.Sirex abbotii Kirby, 1882: 378, pl. XV, fig. 8. Holotype male […]

Sirex nitidus (T. W. Harris), comb n. and sp. rev.

Taxonomic TreatmentSirex nitidus (T. W. Harris), comb n. and sp. rev. Fig. C13.1 (female with pale femora, habitus)Fig. C13.2 (female with dark femora, habitus)Fig. C13.3 (male with pale femora and dark abdominal apex, habitus)Fig. C13.4 (male with pale femora and light abdominal apex, habitus)Fig. C13.5 (male with black femora and light abdominal apex, habitus)Fig. C13.6 (male with black femora and black abdomen, […]

Parasitoids – Ichneumonidae

Megarhyssa atrata – Megarhyssa greeni – Megarhyssa macrura – Megarhyssa nortoni –– Rhyssa alaskensis – Rhyssa creveiri – Rhyssa hoferi – Rhyssa hoferi –– Rhyssa howdenorum – Rhyssa lineola – Rhyssa persuasoria – Rhyssa ponderosae –– Pseudorhyssa nigricornis Megarhyssa atrata adults have been captured from mid May to early August. The main flight period is in June. The species is divided into two subspecies. The range of M. atrata atrata is from Wyoming, Minnesota to Massachusetts in […]

Parasitoids – Ibaliidae

Parasitoids – Ibaliidae Ibalia anceps – Ibalia arizonica – Ibalia kirki – Ibalia leucospoides – Ibalia montana – Ibalia ruficollis – – Ibalia rufipes Ibalia anceps adults have been captured from mid April to late July and, rarely, in early September (Smith and Schiff 2002). Their main flight period, from between early June to mid-July, is well ahead of the Tremex columba flight. The range is from Minnesota and Nova Scotia […]