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The genus Mymaromella (Hymenoptera: Mymarommatidae) in North America, with a key to described extant speciesAuthor(s): John T. Huber; Gary A.P. Gibson; Leah S. Bauer; Houping Liu; Michael Gates
Source: Journal of Hymenoptera Research. 17(2): 175-194.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionA key is given to the five described extant species of Mymaromella. Two new species, Mymaromella pala Huber & Gibson, sp. n. and M. palella Huber & Gibson, sp. n. (Mymarommatoidea: Mymarommatidae), are described as the first species of the family from North America. Psocoptera (Insecta) are proposed as the probable hosts of Mymarommatidae, based on circumstantial evidence obtained from their morphology, phenology, biogeography, habitats, and paleontology.
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CitationHuber, John T.; Gibson, Gary A.P.; Bauer, Leah S.; Liu, Houping; Gates, Michael. 2008. The genus Mymaromella (Hymenoptera: Mymarommatidae) in North America, with a key to described extant species. Journal of Hymenoptera Research. 17(2): 175-194.
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