Triteleia peyerimhoffi comb. n., a remarkably variable circum-Mediterranean scelionid (Hymenoptera, Platygastroidea)

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Triteleia peyerimhof comb. n. (Kiefer, 1906) is redescribed taking into account its great variability and is considered the senior synonym of Triteleia dubia (Kiefer, 1908), Calliscelio lugens (Kiefer, 1910) and Triteleia striolata Kononova & Petrov, 2000, syn. n. Neotypes are designated for T. dubia and T. peyerim-hof. Triteleia peyerimhof is a new record for Greece, France and Croatia and was reared for the frst time from eggs of Orthoptera laid in the dead wood of Quercus sp. and Tilia sp. in Romania. © O.A. Popovici et al.

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Popovici, O. A., Bin, F., Masner, L., Popovici, M., & Notton, D. (2011). Triteleia peyerimhoffi comb. n., a remarkably variable circum-Mediterranean scelionid (Hymenoptera, Platygastroidea). ZooKeys, 140, 71–99. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.140.1925

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