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New records of Ichneumonidae (Hymenoptera) for the Italian fauna.

Di Giovanni F, Reshchikov A, Riedel M, Diller E, Schwarz M - Biodivers Data J (2015)

Bottom Line: New distributional records on 55 ichneumonids (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae) from Italy are provided.Of these, 47 species are new for Italy, including representatives of the subfamily Diacritinae and of the tribes Zimmeriini (Ichneumoninae) and Pseudorhyssini (Poemeniinae); six species are new for Sardinia, one for Sicily and one for the Italian mainland.The hitherto unknown female of Baranisobashibericus Heinrich, 1972 (Ichneumoninae) is described.

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Affiliation: University of Rome "Sapienza", Rome, Italy.

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New distributional records on 55 ichneumonids (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae) from Italy are provided. Of these, 47 species are new for Italy, including representatives of the subfamily Diacritinae and of the tribes Zimmeriini (Ichneumoninae) and Pseudorhyssini (Poemeniinae); six species are new for Sardinia, one for Sicily and one for the Italian mainland. The hitherto unknown female of Baranisobashibericus Heinrich, 1972 (Ichneumoninae) is described.

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Figure 1235482: Malaise trap in an oak-hornbeam forest in north-eastern Italy.

Mentions: Most of the records in the present paper originate from sampling efforts in central and north-eastern Italy (Fig. 1) aimed at investigating parasitoid community composition in fragmented landscapes (Di Giovanni et al. 2014, Inclán et al. 2014). The field sampling in north-eastern Italy was carried out in 2013 using Malaise traps (Omnes Artes s. a. s.) in the understory of semi-natural and artificial oak-hornbeam forests of the eastern Po Plain (Fig. 2). Some further records stem from canopy sampling with Malaise traps, carried out in 2008 in the natural reserve of Bosco della Fontana (Lombardy; see Di Giovanni et al. 2014). The field sampling in central Italy (Tuscany) was conducted in 2012 using yellow pan traps in fragments of semi-natural grasslands derived from eroded claystones (Fig. 3; see Inclán et al. 2014). Additional records come from the private collection of the first author (with the exception of one specimen from DAFNAE and one from ZSM) and from the Sardinian CONECOFOR (Forest Ecosystem Control) sampling project, carried out by Italian State Forestry Service between 2003 and 2006 (see Nardi et al. 2011).


New records of Ichneumonidae (Hymenoptera) for the Italian fauna.

Di Giovanni F, Reshchikov A, Riedel M, Diller E, Schwarz M - Biodivers Data J (2015)

Malaise trap in an oak-hornbeam forest in north-eastern Italy.
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Figure 1235482: Malaise trap in an oak-hornbeam forest in north-eastern Italy.
Mentions: Most of the records in the present paper originate from sampling efforts in central and north-eastern Italy (Fig. 1) aimed at investigating parasitoid community composition in fragmented landscapes (Di Giovanni et al. 2014, Inclán et al. 2014). The field sampling in north-eastern Italy was carried out in 2013 using Malaise traps (Omnes Artes s. a. s.) in the understory of semi-natural and artificial oak-hornbeam forests of the eastern Po Plain (Fig. 2). Some further records stem from canopy sampling with Malaise traps, carried out in 2008 in the natural reserve of Bosco della Fontana (Lombardy; see Di Giovanni et al. 2014). The field sampling in central Italy (Tuscany) was conducted in 2012 using yellow pan traps in fragments of semi-natural grasslands derived from eroded claystones (Fig. 3; see Inclán et al. 2014). Additional records come from the private collection of the first author (with the exception of one specimen from DAFNAE and one from ZSM) and from the Sardinian CONECOFOR (Forest Ecosystem Control) sampling project, carried out by Italian State Forestry Service between 2003 and 2006 (see Nardi et al. 2011).

Bottom Line: New distributional records on 55 ichneumonids (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae) from Italy are provided.Of these, 47 species are new for Italy, including representatives of the subfamily Diacritinae and of the tribes Zimmeriini (Ichneumoninae) and Pseudorhyssini (Poemeniinae); six species are new for Sardinia, one for Sicily and one for the Italian mainland.The hitherto unknown female of Baranisobashibericus Heinrich, 1972 (Ichneumoninae) is described.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: University of Rome "Sapienza", Rome, Italy.

ABSTRACT
New distributional records on 55 ichneumonids (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae) from Italy are provided. Of these, 47 species are new for Italy, including representatives of the subfamily Diacritinae and of the tribes Zimmeriini (Ichneumoninae) and Pseudorhyssini (Poemeniinae); six species are new for Sardinia, one for Sicily and one for the Italian mainland. The hitherto unknown female of Baranisobashibericus Heinrich, 1972 (Ichneumoninae) is described.

No MeSH data available.


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