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Male Stephanus serrator (Fabricius, 1798) on a wood stave behind an old shed (photo Z. László)  

Male Stephanus serrator (Fabricius, 1798) on a wood stave behind an old shed (photo Z. László)  

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New and earlier unpublished faunistic records of Stephanus serrator (Fabricius, 1798) are presented for Romania. Notes on collecting sites, phenology and morphology are given. With 4 figures and 1 table.

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... serrator: Mocsáry 1897: 57; Elliott 1922: 718-719 (for additional references); Blüthgen 1953: 229-234;Győrfi & Bajári 1962: 37;Pagliano 1986: 13-14 Remarks -Stephanus serrator (Figs 1-4) is known from Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Serbia and Montenegro, Spain and Switzerland (Aguilar 2004). Neither Aguilar (2004) nor Moldovan (2007) mentioned the species from Romania. ...
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... e freshly collected S. serrator specimens were found on the walls of a shed, where old stakes were present (Fig. 4). All specimens were caught in the late af- ternoon hours as singletons while they were searching or resting on the stakes Folia ent. hung. 76, 2015 or outer beams of the shed. Blue pan traps were placed around the shed but no individuals have fallen into them. Th ree male and two female specimens were measured using a binocular ...

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Nous registres de vespes de corona a Europa (Hymenoptera, Stephanidae) Nous registres de presència de dues espècies d’Hymenoptera Stephanidae en diversos estats d’Europa. Stephanus serrator (Fabricius, 1798) es registra per primera vegada a Portugal i amb localització precisa a Suïssa; d’altra banda, es registra per primera vegada a les regions següents: Navarra (Espanya), Valònia (Bèlgica), Hesse, Berlín i Baviera (Alemanya), la Vall d’Aosta, la Llombardia, el Vènet, els Abruços, la Campània i Calàbria (Italia) i l’Àtica (Grècia). Megischus anomalipes (Foerster, 1855) es registra per primera vegada a Portugal continental i la Campània (Itàlia). Llista de dades publicades a GBIF (Doi: 10.15470/baost7)
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In Panama there are several groups of Hymenoptera that have not been extensively studied, including parasitoid wasps belonging to the families Aulacidae, Gasteruptiidae and Stephanidae. This work shows information about these three wasp families in terms of their distribution, biology and relevant ecological aspects in Panama. The methods used in this project consisted of: bibliographic reviews, collections reviews, review of samples collected with Malaise traps, identification of specimens and collections of taxonomic keys. The results show that Panama has 2 species of Aulacidae, 4 of Gasteruptiidae and 7 of Stephanidae. We consider important and novel information presented in this work, because very little is known about these groups of parasitoid wasps in our country.