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Title:Descriptions of Three New Parasitic Hymenoptera from the Illinois River
Author(s):Ashmead, W.H.
Illinois River
Abstract:Polished black, impuncbate; the head and thorax clothed with a fine sparse pubescence. Head subquadrate, roundly emarginate behind, a little wider than the thorax; eyes oval, faintly pubescent; antennse ll-jointed, black, if extended backwards not quite reaching to the apex of thorax, and terminating in a long fusiform 5-jointed club, the first joint of which is not quite as wide as the second, ob-trapezoidal, twice as wide as long, the second, third, and fourth joints transverse-quadrate, a little wider than long; the fifth or last joint conical and a little narrower than the preceding joint; the scape is about as long as the fuuicle with the pedicel, the latter obconical; joints of funicle a little narrower than the apex of the pedicel, the first joint scarcely longer than thick, the second and third small, transverse-moniliform.
Issue Date:1985
Publisher:Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey
Series/Report:Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin; v. 004, no. 07
Rights Information:Copyright 2009 University of Illinois Board of Trustees. All rights reserved.
Date Available in IDEALS:2014-10-29

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