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The Webspinning and Leafrolling Sawflies of China (Hymenoptera: Pamphiliidae) [Chinese]

By: Xiao Gangrou(Author)
123 pages, b/w illustrations
The Webspinning and Leafrolling Sawflies of China (Hymenoptera: Pamphiliidae) [Chinese]
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Language: Chinese

The Webspinning and Leafrolling Sawflies of China (Hymenoptera: Pamphiliidae) is compiled from the author's own research results and other authors' related papers. It contains two main parts. In part I, it treats the species and dstribution, teminology of external morphology, economic imorptance and control methods of the sawflies. In part II, it includes the description, distribution, host plants (if any) and biology (if any) of each species of the sawflies. So far, 45 species of the Chinese pamphiliid sawflies are known. Of which 11 species belong to the genus Acantholya, 17 to Cephalicia, 1 to Pseudocephaleia, 7 to Onychoyda, 6 to Pamphilius.

Contents

1. Acantholyda Costa
2. Cephalcia Panzer
3. Chinolyda Benes
4. Neurotoma Konow
5. Pseudocephaleia Zirngiebl
6. Onycholyda Takeuchi
7. Pamphilius Latreille

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By: Xiao Gangrou(Author)
123 pages, b/w illustrations
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