T. Pauli et al. 2019

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T. Pauli, R. F. Castillo-Cajas, P. Rosa, S. Kukowka, A. Berg, E. Van Berghe, F. Fornoff, S. Hopfenmüller, M. Niehuis, R. S. Peters, M. Staab, F. Strumia, S. Tischendorf, T. Schmitt, and O. Niehuis. 2019. Phylogenetic analysis of cuckoo wasps (Hymenoptera: Chrysididae) reveals a partially artificial classification at the genus level and a species-rich clade of bee parasitoids. Systematic Entomology 44:322-335 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham]
Metadata
ID number:  68064
Created:  2019-03-04 23:59:27
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (8) - view classification
'Amiseginae belongs to Chrysididae' according to T. Pauli et al. 2019
'Ceratochrysis belongs to Chrysidini' according to T. Pauli et al. 2019
'Chrysidinae belongs to Chrysididae' according to T. Pauli et al. 2019
'Chrysidini belongs to Chrysidinae' according to T. Pauli et al. 2019
'Chrysis belongs to Chrysidini' according to T. Pauli et al. 2019
'Cleptiosa was reranked as the subfamily Cleptinae and belongs to Chrysididae' according to T. Pauli et al. 2019
'Elampinae was reranked as the tribe Elampini and belongs to Chrysidinae' according to T. Pauli et al. 2019
'Omalus belongs to Elampini' according to T. Pauli et al. 2019