Universal Chalcidoidea Database

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Ooencyrtus papilionis Ashmead, 1905

[ Encyrtidae : Encyrtinae ]
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Ooencyrtus cochereaui Prinsloo and Annecke
Prinsloo, G.L.; Annecke, D.P. 1978, Two new species of Ooencyrtus (Hym. Encyrtidae) parasitic in Othreis fullonia (Clerck) (Lep. Noctuidae) from New Caledonia and Western Samoa. Cahiers de l'Office de la Recherche Scientifique et Technique Outre-Mer (Série Biologie) 13(1):41-42    
New species, , figs., Holotype , MNHN, New Caledonia
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Huang, D.W.; Noyes, J.S. (1994), A revision of the Indo-Pacific species of Ooencyrtus (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), parasitoids of the immature stages of economically important insect species (mainly Hemiptera and Lepidoptera). Bulletin of The Natural History Museum (Entomology Series) 63(1) pp. 136pp     view Prinsloo, G.L.; Annecke, D.P.  (1978) in PDF format
Synonym of Ooencyrtus papilionis Ashmead (pages 79,81)
Ooencyrtus malayensis Ferriere
Ferrière, C. 1931, New chalcidoid egg-parasites from South Asia. Bulletin of Entomological Research 22(2):282     view Ferrière, C.  (1931) in PDF format
New species, figs., Lectotype , BMNH, Malaysia, designated by Huang, D.W.; Noyes, J.S. (1994) (23/06/1994), A revision of the Indo-Pacific species of Ooencyrtus (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), parasitoids of the immature stages of economically important insect species (mainly Hemiptera and Lepidoptera). Bulletin of The Natural History Museum (Entomology Series) 63(1):79
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Huang, D.W.; Noyes, J.S. (1994), A revision of the Indo-Pacific species of Ooencyrtus (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), parasitoids of the immature stages of economically important insect species (mainly Hemiptera and Lepidoptera). Bulletin of The Natural History Museum (Entomology Series) 63(1) pp. 136pp     view Ferrière, C.  (1931) in PDF format
Synonym of Ooencyrtus papilionis Ashmead (page 79)
Ooencyrtus papilionis Ashmead
Ashmead, W.H. 1905, New Hymenoptera from the Philippine Islands. Canadian Entomologist 37(1):4     view Ashmead, W.H.  (1905) in PDF format
New species, Lectotype , USNM, Philippines, designated by Huang, D.W.; Noyes, J.S. (1994) (23/06/1994), A revision of the Indo-Pacific species of Ooencyrtus (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), parasitoids of the immature stages of economically important insect species (mainly Hemiptera and Lepidoptera). Bulletin of The Natural History Museum (Entomology Series) 63(1):79
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Hayat, M.; Khan, F.R. (2007), Descriptions of four new species of Ooencyrtus Ashmead (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), with records of seven known species from India. Biosystematica 1(1) pp. 31-36    
Compared with Ooencyrtus agraulus Hayat and Khan (page 36)
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Guerrieri, E.; Huigens, M.E.; Estrada, C.; Woelke, J.B.; Rijk, M. de; Fatouros, N.E.; Aiello, A.; Noyes, J.S. (2010), Ooencyrtus marcelloi sp. nov. (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), an egg parasitoid of Heliconiini (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Heliconiinae) on passion vines (Malpighiales: Passifloraceae). in Central America. Journal of Natural History 44(1-2) pp. 81-87    
Compared with Ooencyrtus marcelloi Guerrieri and Noyes (page 86)
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Noyes, J.S. (2010), Encyrtidae of Costa Rica (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea), 3. Subfamily Encyrtinae: Encyrtini, Echthroplexiellini, Discodini, Oobiini and Ixodiphagini, parasitoids associated with bugs (Hemiptera), insect eggs (Hemiptera, Lepidoptera, Coleoptera, Neuroptera) and ticks (Acari). Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute 84 pp. 848pp    
Compared with Ooencyrtus taverneae Noyes (page 401)
Ooencyrtus (Schedius) leucocerus Mercet
Mercet, R.G. 1922, Notas sobre Encírtidos de Java. Boletin de la Real Sociedad Española de Historia Natural 22:150     view Mercet, R.G.  (1922) in PDF format
New species, Lectotype , MNCN, Indonesia-Java (+ Bali), designated by Noyes, J.S. (1981), On the types of the species of Encyrtidae described by R. Garcia Mercet (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea). Eos. Revista Española di Entomologia. Madrid. 55/56:179
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Huang, D.W.; Noyes, J.S. (1994), A revision of the Indo-Pacific species of Ooencyrtus (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), parasitoids of the immature stages of economically important insect species (mainly Hemiptera and Lepidoptera). Bulletin of The Natural History Museum (Entomology Series) 63(1) pp. 136pp     view Mercet, R.G.  (1922) in PDF format
Synonym of Ooencyrtus papilionis Ashmead (page 78)