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Two new species of Pambolus (Hymenoptera, Braconidae) from Jamaica
Juan Martínez
Fadia Sara Ceccarelli
ALEJANDRO ZALDIVAR RIVERON
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http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/jhr.24.2300
Caribbean, Hormiinae, Pambolinae, Taxonomy
"Pambolus albospina sp. n. and Pambolus rastafari sp. n. are described from Jamaica. Pambolus rastafari can be distinguished from all other Neotropical species of the genus by its antennal color pattern and the smooth sculpture of the head and mesoscutum. Pambolus albospina is morphologically close to Pambolus hemitaeniatus van Achterberg, from which it can be distinguished by the number of white antennal segments and the sculpture on the first metasomal tergite. These two new species constitute the first records of the genus for the Caribbean Islands."
Pensoft Publishers
2012
Artículo
Journal of Hymenoptera Research, Vol. 24, Págs. 85-93
Inglés
Martínez,J.J.,Ceccarelli,F.S.,Zaldívar Riverón,A.2012.Two new species of Pambolus (Hymenoptera, Braconidae) from Jamaica.Journal of Hymenoptera Research,24,85-93.doi:10.3897/jhr.24.2300
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