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Lotfalizadeh H.,Agricultural and Natural Resources Research of East Azerbaijan | Fakhrzadeh N.,Islamic Azad University at Tabriz
Biharean Biologist | Year: 2012

The family Leucospidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) is reviewed in the Iranian fauna. Four leucospid species of the genus Leucospis Fabricius (L. bifasciata Klug, L. biguetina Jurine, L. dorsigera Fabricius and L. gigas Fabricius) are listed from Iran with some new distributional records. Distribution of these species is mapped. Two colours forms of L. gigas are discussed based on Iranian material. © Biharean Biologist, Oradea, Romania, 2012.


Lotfalizadeh H.,Agricultural and Natural Resources Research of East Azerbaijan | Pourhaji A.,Agricultural and Natural Resources Research of East Azerbaijan | Zargaran M.-R.,Urmia University
Far Eastern Entomologist | Year: 2015

Alfalfa leafminers and their parasitoids were studied during 2008-2010 in the Northwest Iran. Alfalfa leafminers include five species that Liriomyza trifolii (Burgess), Chromatomyia horticola (Goureau) (Diptera: Agromyzidae) and Phyllonorycter medicaginella (Gerasimor) (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae) were the most important. An illustrated key to leafminers based on symptoms is given. These species were parasitized with 15 hymenopterous parasitoids including three braconid, 10 eulophid and two pteromalid specis. Of which, two species of Braconidae (Chorebus calthae Griffiths, Dacnusa heringi Griffiths), four Eulophidae (Chrysocharis albicoxis Erdös, Chrysocharis crassiscapus (Thomson), Sympiesis xanthostoma (Nees), Diglyphus pachyneuron Graham) and one species of Pteromalidae (Sphegigaster ineus Mitroiu) are reported for first time from Iran. An identification key to reared parasitoid species is given. The diversity of hymenopterous parasitoids is discussed. © Far Eastern entomologist (Far East. entomol.).

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