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- Mita, Toshiharu, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Entomological science 2014 v.17 no.3 pp. 324-329
- Bethylidae; Coleoptera; adults; aedeagus; copulation; dead wood; females; head; males; new species; nucleotide sequences; plastic bags; predators; rearing; wood; Japan
- ... A bethylid wasp is described as Neoapenesia makiharai n. sp. based on adults obtained from dead wood collected from the Ryukyus, Japan. The male is distinguishable from N. leytensis Terayama, the monotypic species of the genus, on the basis of the following characteristics: presence of short 2Rs vein, rounded propodeum, absence of sculpture on propodeum, widened subgenital plate, and apically roun ...