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    The Banchine Wasps (Ichneumonidae: Banchinae) of the British Isles

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    AuthorJ.P. Brock
    LanguageEnglish
    ISBN9781910159019
    PublisherField Studies Council Publications
    Pages150
    FormatPaperback
    ImagesColour images and line drawings
    Year published   2017

    The Banchine wasps RES Handbook is an identification guide to the 138 British species of wasp in the subfamily Banchinae.

    The keys are based on a full taxonomic revision, including reference to the accessible type specimens. Indeed some of the genera (Glypta, Lissonota, Cryptopimpla and Exetastes) have undergone full revisionary treatment. The creation of species groups has been necessary in the two very large genera Glypta and Lissonota, especially within the large subgenus Campocineta in Lissonota. There are ten new species. In addition the Handbook includes a general introduction to the group, species accounts and a survey of all verified host relationships.

    Banchinae is a subfamily of ichneumonid parasitoid wasps. All banchine wasps are endoparasites of the Lepidoptera: butterflies and moths. Moth trappers may chiefly recognise these ichneumon wasps as invaders of light-traps

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    7704
    EAN
    9781910159019

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