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- khalkos 'copper', for their metallic colour) are insects within the superfamily Chalcidoidea, part of the order Hymenoptera. The superfamily contains some 22,500...
- Fig wasps are wasps of the superfamily Chalcidoidea which spend their larval stage inside figs. Most are pollinators but others simply feed off the plant...
- leaving the egg. Similar life histories can be found with other species of Chalcidoidea, such as the trichogrammatid Prestwichia aquatica, which also mates within...
- Skoka is a genus of hymenopteran insects of the family Eulophidae. Key to Nearctic eulophid genera Universal Chalcidoidea Database...
- Mymaridae are the most primitive members of the chalcid wasp superfamily (Chalcidoidea). About 1424 species of fairyflies are grouped in about 100 genera. Of...
- sister clades as are the Chalcidoidea+Diaprioidea. The Cynipoidea was generally recovered as the sister group to Chalcidoidea and Diaprioidea which are...
- Brachycera of Dipterans, Staphylinidae and Chrysomelidae Coleopterans, many Chalcidoidea Hymenopterans) Coarctate pupa – enclosed in a hardened cuticle of the...
- Eupelmidae is a family of parasitic wasps in the superfamily Chalcidoidea. The group is apparently polyphyletic, though the different subfamilies may each...
- parasitoid wasps include some very large groups, some estimates giving the Chalcidoidea as many as 500,000 species, the Ichneumonidae 100,000 species, and the...
- Ceraphronoidea Family Ceraphronidae Family Megaspilidae Superfamily Chalcidoidea Family Agaonidae (fig wasps) Family Aphelinidae Family Chalcididae (chalcid...
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