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First record of Trissolcus basalis (Hymenoptera: Scelionidae) parasitizing Halyomorpha halys (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in the United States
- Rammohan R Balusu, Elijah J Talamas, Ted E Cottrell, Michael D Toews, Brett R Blaauw, Ashfaq A Sial, David G Buntin, Henry Y Fadamiro, Glynn Tillman
- Biodiversity data journal 2019 v.7 pp. e39247
- Halyomorpha halys, Trissolcus basalis, biodiversity, biological control, cotton, egg masses, eggs, natural enemies, orchards, parasitism, parasitoids, piedmont, research, rowcrops, scientists, soybeans, tomatoes, Alabama, Georgia
- A parasitoid wasp, Trissolcusbasalis (Wollaston), was recorded parasitizing eggs of the invasive stink bug Halyomorphahalys (Stål) in the United States. This is the first record of this species parasitizing fresh and frozen eggs of H.halys in the United States. First record of Trissolcusbasalis parasitizing Halyomorphahalys eggs in the United States.