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Parasitic Hymenoptera and the biodiversity crisis

by John LaSalle, ID Gauld
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Abstract

Parasitic Hymenoptera ate shown to be important, and perhaps essential, in preserving ecological balance and maintaining biological diversity in terrestrial ecosystems. Despite their importance, they are biologically and taxonomically one of the most poorly known groups of insects. Increased efforts towards their study are essential and should be an integral component of future research strategies towards assessing the world's biological diversity.

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