Universal Chalcidoidea Database

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Records of Eupelmus Dalman, 1820 in Spain:

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Askew, A.A.; Blasco-Zumeta, J. 2000, Blascoa ephedrae Askew (Hym., Pteromalidae) and its parasitoids in seeds of Ephedra distachya and E. fragilis in Spain. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine 136:211-218    
Askew, R.R. 2011, European Stinoplus Thomson, 1878 (Hymenoptera., Pteromalidae), with descriptions of four new species. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine 147:14    
Askew, R.R.; Blasco-Zumeta, J. 1997, Parasitic Hymenoptera inhabiting seeds of Ephedra nebrodensis in Spain, with descriptions of a phytophagous pteromalid and four other new species of Chalcioidea. Journal of Natural History 31(6):975    
Askew, R.R.; Blasco-Zumeta, J. 1998, Insects associated with galls of a new species of Eurytomidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) on Ephedra nebrodensis in Spain. Journal of Natural History 32:816    
Askew, R.R.; Blasco-Zumeta, J.; Pujade-Villar, J. 2001, Chalcidoidea and Mymarommatoidea (Hymenoptera) of a Juniperus thurifera L. forest of Los Monegros region, Zaragosa. Monografias Sociedad Entomol√≥gica Aragonesa 4:30 and 31 [ Parasitoid cited as Eupelmus near seculatus (Ferri√®re). ]    
Askew, R.R.; Nieves-Aldrey, J.L. 2000, The genus Eupelmus Dalman, 1820 (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea, Eupelmidae) in peninsular Spain and the Canary Islands, with taxonomic notes and descriptions of new species. Graellsia 56:49-61    
Askew, R.R.; Nieves-Aldrey, J.L. 2000, The genus Eupelmus Dalman, 1820 (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea, Eupelmidae) in peninsular Spain and the Canary Islands, with taxonomic notes and descriptions of new species. Graellsia 56:52    
Askew, R.R.; Nieves-Aldrey, J.L. 2000, The genus Eupelmus Dalman, 1820 (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea, Eupelmidae) in peninsular Spain and the Canary Islands, with taxonomic notes and descriptions of new species. Graellsia 56:58 [ Two species cited, one as probably belonging to the Eupelmus (Macroneura) schmiedeknechti Ruschka group, the other as Eupelmus (Macroneura) near aseculatus Kalina. ]