Parasitoides calcidoides (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) asociados con Sibinia subelliptica (Desbrochers, 1873) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) en Bulgaria

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https://doi.org/10.3989/graellsia.2022.v78.344

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Dianthus giganteus, complejo parasitoide, nuevos registros, nuevo hospedador, nuevas asociaciones

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El gorgojo Sibinia subelliptica (Desbrochers, 1873) y un rico complejo de parasitoides calcidoides asociados se criaron a partir de inflorescencias de Dianthus giganteus d’Urv. (Caryophyllaceae) en Bulgaria. Se identificaron los siguientes taxones: Aprostocetus venustus (Gahan) y Baryscapus sp. cercana a garganus (Domenichini, 1958) (Eulophidae); Eupelmus barai Fusu y E. microzonus Förster (Eupelmidae); Aximopsis augasmae (Zerova), A. collina (Zerova), Eurytoma coleophorae Zerova y E. coleopterae Zerova (Eurytomidae); Catolaccus crassiceps (Masi) y Pteromalus ochrocerus (Thomson) (Pteromalidae); y Exopristus trigonomerus (Masi) (Torymidae). Dos de éstos, E. coleophorae E. coleopterae, son registrados como nuevos para Bulgaria. Todas las mencionadas relaciones parasitoide-hospedador se documentan por primera vez, así como se registra por primera vez la asociación de la planta D. giganteus con todos los parasitoides obtenidos, excepto en los casos de E. barai E. microzonus. Se establece la nueva asociación trófica de S. subelliptica con D. giganteus.

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2022-09-07

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Antov M, Stojanova A, Todorov I, Boyadzhiev‍ P, Askew R. Parasitoides calcidoides (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) asociados con Sibinia subelliptica (Desbrochers, 1873) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) en Bulgaria. Graellsia [Internet]. 7 de septiembre de 2022 [citado 1 de diciembre de 2022];78(2):e171. Disponible en: https://graellsia.revistas.csic.es/index.php/graellsia/article/view/699

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