Jun-Hua He

Zhejiang University, Hang-hsien, Zhejiang Sheng, China

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  • Juan Mao · Jun-Hua He · Xue-Xin Chen
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    ABSTRACT: The genus Protodacnusa Griffiths, 1964 (Braconidae: Alysiinae: Dacnusini) is newly recorded from China with six new species being described, namely Protodacnusa defectivus sp. nov., P. dimorphus sp. nov., P. helanensis sp. nov., P. longicaudatus sp. nov., P. magnidentis sp. nov. and P. nigra sp. nov. A key to the species of Protodacnusa worldwide is provided.
    No preview · Article · Aug 2015 · Zootaxa
  • Zhen Liu · Jun-Hua He · Xue-Xin Chen
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    ABSTRACT: The lacteus-, mycetophilus- and laspeyresiella-groups of the genus Apanteles Foerster (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Microgastrinae) are newly recorded from China with eight new species being described, namely A. basicavus Liu & Chen, sp. n. of the lacteus-group; A. brevivena Liu & Chen, sp. n. and A. parapholetesor Liu & Chen, sp. n. of the mycetophilus-group; A. artustigma Liu & Chen, sp. n., A. hainanensis Liu & Chen, sp. n., A. magnioculus Liu & Chen, sp. n, A. sparsus Liu & Chen, sp. n. and A. thoracartus Liu & Chen, sp. n. of mycetophilus-group. Two newly recorded species of the mycetophilus-group are described and illustrated. Keys to the Chinese species of those groups are provided.
    No preview · Article · Apr 2015 · Zootaxa
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    Cheng-Jin Yan · Jun-Hua He · Xue-Xin Chen
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    ABSTRACT: The genus Spasskia Belokobylskij, 1989 (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Helconinae) is reported for the first time from China. Two species, namely Spasskia brevicarinata Yan et Chen sp. n. and Spasskia indica Singh, Belokobylskij et Chauhan, 2005 are described and illustrated. A key to the species of this genus is updated to include the new species. © This is an open access paper. We use the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license that permits unrestricted use, provided that the paper is properly attributed.
    Full-text · Article · Jul 2014 · Journal of Insect Science
  • Qiong Wu · Jun-Hua He · Xue-Xin Chen
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    ABSTRACT: The species of Ademon Haliday (Braconidae, Opiiinae) from China are studied. Two new species are described: A. lechrilophodes sp. nov. and A. xuthus sp. nov., and a key to the identification of Old World Ademon is provided.
    No preview · Article · May 2014 · Zootaxa
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    ABSTRACT: The Chinese fauna of the family Trigonalyidae Cresson, 1887, is revised, keyed and fully illustrated for the first time. Eight genera of this family (Bakeronymus Rohwer, 1922, Bareogonalos Schulz, 1907, Jezonogonalos Tsuneki, 1991, re-instated, Lycogaster Shuckard, 1841, Orthogonalys Schulz, 1905, Pseudogonalos Schulz, 1906, Taeniogonalos Schulz, 1906 and Teranishia Tsuneki, 1991) are recorded from China. The genus Ischnogonalos Schulz, 1907, is synonymized with Taeniogonalos Schulz, 1906. In total 40 valid species are recognized. Twenty species are new for science: Jezonogonalos elliptifera sp. n., J. jiangliae sp. n., J. luteata sp. n., J. nigrata sp. n., Lycogaster angustula sp. n., L. flavonigrata sp. n., L. nigralva sp. n., Orthogonalys cheni sp. n., O. clypeata sp. n., O. robusta sp. n., Pseudogonalos angusta sp. n., Taeniogonalos bucarinata sp. n., T. cordata sp. n., T. geminata sp. n., T. sculpturata sp. n., T. triangulata sp. n., T. tricolorisoma sp. n., T. uncifera sp. n., Teranishia crenulata sp. n. and T. glabrata sp. n. Two species are reported new for China: Orthogonalys elongata Teranishi, 1929 and Nanogonalos flavocincta Teranishi, 1929 (renamed to Taeniogonalos subtruncata nom. n.). Seven new synonyms are proposed: Poecilogonalos yuasai Teranishi, 1938, and P. maga taiwana Tsuneki, 1991, of Taeniogonalos taihorina (Bischoff, 1914); Taiwanogonalos minima Tsuneki, 1991, and T. similis Tsuneki, 1991, of Taeniogonalos alticola (Tsuneki, 1991); P. intermedia Chen, 1949, and P. unifasciata Chen, 1949, of Taeniogonalos formosana (Bischoff, 1913). Six taxa are recognised as valid species: Bakeronymus seidakka Yamane & Terayama, 1983, Jezonogonalos laeviceps (Tsuneki, 1991), J. satoi (Tsuneki, 1991), Taeniogonalos alticola (Tsuneki, 1991), T. flavoscutellata (Chen, 1949) and T. gestroi (Schulz, 1908). Five new combinations are made: Jezonogonalos laeviceps (Tsuneki, 1991), comb. n., J. satoi (Tsuneki, 1991), comb. n., Taeniogonalos flavoscutellata (Chen, 1949), comb. n., T. gestroi (Schulz, 1908), comb. n. and T. lachrymosa (Westwood, 1874), comb. n. Lectotypes are designated for Lycogaster violaceipennis Chen, 1949, Poecilogonalos flavoscutellata Chen, 1949, P. rufofasciata Chen, 1949, and P. tricolor Chen, 1949.
    Full-text · Article · Feb 2014 · ZooKeys
  • Zhen Liu · Jun-Hua He · Xue-Xin Chen
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    ABSTRACT: Two species groups (the grandiculus- and the metacarpalis-group) of genus Apanteles Foerster (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Microgastrinae) from China are revised and keyed, with eight new species, namely, A. muticiculus Liu & Chen, sp. n., A. parvus Liu & Chen, sp. n. and A. flavicapus Liu & Chen, sp. n. of the grandiculus-group; A. transtergum Liu & Chen, sp. n., A. malleus Liu & Chen, sp. n., A. dumosus Liu & Chen, sp. n. A. cosmopterygivorus Liu & Chen, sp. n. and A. incurvus Liu & Chen, sp. n. of the metacarpalis-group, and two newly recorded species of the metacarpalis-group described and illustrated. Keys to the Chinese species of these two species-groups are provided.
    No preview · Article · Feb 2014 · Zootaxa
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    ABSTRACT: The parasitoid Hymenoptera are one of the most important groups of natural enemies of agriculture and forestry pests and have been used as biological control agents in IPM programs for a long time. The systematic research on parasitoids and their associations with hosts lays a solid base for biological control of pests. Here we summarize the taxonomic studies undertaken on the parasitoid wasps in China in the last eight decades. At present about 48 families in 12 superfamilies of parasitoid Hymenoptera are known in China, of which the majority of the families have been studied to some extent while a number of them are still poorly studied. Around 6000 species of 32 families which dealt with in this paper are known in China, and some of them have been successfully and widely used in the existing biological control while others are potentially useful in future biocontrol program. This overview provides the international audience a general idea about the current state of the systematic study of parasitoid Hymenoptera conducted in China, the known species of parasitoids and the native and introduced species used in biocontrol in China.
    Full-text · Article · Jan 2014 · Biological Control
  • Sheng-Nan Song · Jun-Hua He · Xue-Xin Chen
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    ABSTRACT: The subgenus Choeras Mason, 1981 of genus Apanteles Foerster, 1862 (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Microgastrinae) from China is revised with 18 new species described and illustrated, and one known species redescribed. A key to the Chinese species of this subgenus is provided.
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    ABSTRACT: The Chinese species of the genus Heterospilus Haliday, 1836 from the Parasitic Hymenoptera Collection of Zhejiang University were studied and thirty-four species are recognized, including 12 previously described species. Eighteen new species of this genus are described and illustrated: Heterospilus (Heterospilus) alternicoloratus sp. nov., H.(H.) balicyba sp. nov., H.(H.) chui sp. nov., H.(H.) curvisulcus sp. nov., H.(H.) densistriatus sp. nov., H.(H.) fujianensis sp. nov., H.(H.) jianfengensis sp. nov., H.(H.) liui sp. nov., H.(H.) longiventrius sp. nov., H.(H.) nanlingensis sp. nov., H.(H.) parvus sp. nov., H.(H.) prodigiosus sp. nov., H.(H.) punctatus sp. nov., H.(H.) qingliangensis sp. nov., H.(H.) semidepressus sp. nov., H.(H.) setosiscutum sp. nov., H.(H.) setosus sp. nov., and H.(H.) tenuitergum sp. nov. Seven species of Heterospilus are recorded for China for the first time: H. (Eoheterospilus) rubrocinctus (Ashmead, 1905), H.(H.) alboapicalis Belokobylskij, 1994, H.(H.) ater Fischer, 1960, H.(H.) cephi Rohwer, 1925, H.(H.) kerzhneri Belokobylskij et Maetô, 2009, H.(H.) tauricus Telenga, 1941, and H.(H.) tulyensis Belokobylskij, 1994. Two new synonyms are proposed: H. asiaticola Belokobylskij et Maetô, 2009 with H. chinensis Chen et Shi, 2004 and H. gracilis Shi et Chen with H. separatus Fischer, 1960. A key to the Chinese species of Heterospilus is provided.
    No preview · Article · Jul 2013 · Zootaxa
  • Cheng-Jin Yan · Jun-Hua He · Xue-Xin Chen
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    ABSTRACT: The genera Foersteria Szépligeti, 1896 and Polydegmon Foerster, 1862 (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Brachistinae) are recorded for the first time from China. A new species, Foersteria xinjiangensis Yan & Chen, sp. nov., is described and illustrated. A key to the Palaearctic species of Foersteria is given. In addition, Polydegmon sinuatus Foerster, 1862 is illustrated in detail for the first time.
    No preview · Article · Jul 2013 · Zootaxa
  • Jing-Xian Liu · Jun-Hua He · Xue-Xin Chen
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    ABSTRACT: The genus Fredegunda Fitton, Shaw & Gauld (Ichneumonidae, Pimplinae) is newly reported both from China and the Oriental region. A new species, Fredegunda sinica sp. nov. from Fujian, China is described and illustrated. A key to the known species of Fredegunda is provided.
    No preview · Article · Apr 2013 · Zootaxa
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    Cheng-Jin Yan · Jun-Hua He · Xue-Xin Chen
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    ABSTRACT: The species of the genus Brulleia Szépligeti, 1904 (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Helconinae) from China are revised. Four new species, namely Brulleia fanjingensis YanandChen, sp. n., Brulleia longipalpis YanandChen, sp. n., Brulleia noncarinata YanandChen, sp. n. andBrulleia punctata Yan andChen, sp. n. are described and illustrated. A key to the Chinese species of the genus Brulleia is included.
    Full-text · Article · Jan 2013 · ZooKeys
  • Yi-Ping Wang · Xue-Xin Chen · Jun-Hua He
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    ABSTRACT: The moth Orgyia ericae Germar (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) is an important pest of deciduous trees and woody scrublands in northern China. A survey within this pest-affected zone was conducted to collect and rear braconid parasitoids associated with the immature stages of the moths. A new braconid parasitoid of this pest, Bracon (Habrobracon) erduos sp. nov., is recognized and described. It proved to be an ectoparasitoid of the larvae of Orgyia ericae Germar. The examined specimens are deposited in the Parasitic Hymenoptera Collection, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China (ZJUH).
    No preview · Article · Feb 2012 · Entomological News
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    Jie Zeng · Jun-Hua He · Xue-Xin Chen
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    ABSTRACT: The genus Diolcogaster Ashmead, 1900 (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Microgastrinae) from China is revised and keyed, with nine new species, namely Diolcogaster bifurcifossasp. n., Diolcogaster brevivenasp. n., Diolcogaster grammatasp. n., Diolcogaster ineminenssp. n., Diolcogaster laetimediasp. n., Diolcogaster pluriminitidasp. n., Diolcogaster praritassp. n., Diolcogaster punctatiscutumsp. n. and Diolcogaster translucidasp. n. described and illustrated, and one species, Diolcogaster perniciosa (Wilkinson, 1929) recorded for the first time from China. A key to the Chinese species of this genus is provided.
    Full-text · Article · Sep 2011 · ZooKeys
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    Jie Zeng · Jun-Hua He · Xue-Xin Chen
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    ABSTRACT: Female. Body length 3.68 mm, fore wing length 3.20 mm. Head. In frontal view antennal sockets just above middle level of eyes, 1.6 times as wide as long and 1.1 times as that of mesoscutum. Ocelli large and in a equilateral triangle, POL: OD: OOL=3.6:4.0:2.7. Frons and vertex smooth and shiny, scattered with short fine setae; vertex sharply narrowed behind eyes, area behind ocellar area sharply oblique, smooth and shiny, without setae; temple and gena feebly punctate and shiny, with dense setae. Face and clypeus shiny but feebly rugulose-punctate, with dense short fine setae; width of face 0.5 times height of eye and clypeus combined (16.3:31.2); inner margins of eyes adjacent to face parallel-sided; eyes very large, 1.5 times as high as wide (31:21), temple behind eyes very short. Tentorial pits large, distance between tentorial pits 5 times distance from pit to eye margin; malar space very short, 0.1 times as long as eye height; apical segment of labial palp longer than the two preceding segments, respectively. Antenna longer than body; flagellomeres with placodes arranged regularly in 2 ranks; the third flagellum slightly longer than the fourth flagellum; apical segment as long as preapical one; preapical segment 2.3 times as long as wide. Flagellomere proportions: 2 L/W=2.92, 8 L/W=2.40, 14 L/W=2.50; L 2/14=1.40; W 2/14=1.20.Mesosoma. Mesoscutum densely and evenly punctate and setose; notauli not impressed, but indicated by a band of shallow and dense duller sculpture. Disc of scutellum also densely punctate, its rugose tip interrupting the posterior, polished band of scutellum, with dense short setae all over; scutellar sulcus deep with a few strong carina and 1.2 times as long as scutellum (15.5:12.8). Propodeum highly polished, virtually without sculpture except for a strong medial longitudinal carina and weak transverse ridges in immediate vicinity of longitudinal carina and lateral margin, with strong rugae distal to spiracle. Epicnemial furrow distinct, area before it raised above rest of mesopleuron; precoxal sulcus short, shallow, only indicated by few punctures anteriorly. Mesosternum with dense setigerous punctures. Lateral metanotum mostly smooth and shiny, with longitudinal striae posteriorly and below spiracle.Wings. Forewing without areolet, radial vein r arising from distal third of pterostigma; veins r and 2-SR meeting at a 165~170 degree angle; r:2-SR: length of pterostigma = 13:10:31; vein 1-R1 1.3 times as long as pterostigma, pterostigma 2.5 times as long as wide. 1-CU1:2-CU1:m-cu=11:11:8. Hind wing narrow.Legs. Hind coxa shiny, feebly punctate, scattered with short setae. Hind tibia gradually swollen apically and about 0.9 times as long as hind tarsa (54.5:63.9); inner hind tibial spurs about 0.9 times as long as hind basitarus (22.0:25.8); forth tarsal segment slightly shorter than fifth tarsal segment (7.8:8.4). Hind tibia with few spines on outer side, rather fine and not dense enough to give the tibia a markedly prickly appearance.Metasoma. TI dilated medially, the greatest medial width 1.5 times its apical width, with strong medial longitudinal groove almost reaching to posterior margin, 1.5 times as long as its greatest width and 2.1 times as long as TII, medial groove with a shallow transverse carina. TII+III slightly constricted at extreme apex of second suture. TII subtrapezoid, 0.6 times as long as its basal width and 0.9 times as long as TIII, with a pair of strong rugulose-marked longitudinal grooves delimiting a median field that slightly narrowed posteriorly. TIII rectangular, smooth and shiny, with anterior margin arched medially, median field not indicated. Tergites posterior to TIII more membranous, shiny. All tergites scattered with setae. Ovipositor sheath shorter, 0.7 times as long as hind basitarsus. Hypopygium strongly and evenly sclerotized, blunt but not truncated apically, sparsely clothed with short setae.Colour. Body mostly yellow; head evenly yellow except for black ocellar area; mesosoma brown except for yellow mesoscutum and scutellar disc; mesopleuron yellow except epicnemium. Antenna evenly yellowish brown, scape brownish dorsally, pedicel yellow; palpi and tegula whitish yellow. Legs whitish yellow basally, slightly darkened toward apex, claws brown, extreme apex of hind femur and tibia and extreme base of hind tibia brownish. Sternites of metasoma whitish yellow; TI light yellow, the other tergites brown and gradually paler apically. Wings hyaline, very slightly infuscate; veins brown but veins 1-R1, A and M+Cu grey, pterostigma brown.
    Full-text · Article · Jul 2011 · ZooKeys
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    Pu Tang · Lan-Lan Zhu · Jun-Hua He · Xue-Xin Chen
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    ABSTRACT: The Chinese Ipodoryctes Granger, 1949 from the Parasitic Hymenoptera Collection of Zhejiang University were studied and twelve species recognized, with seven new species proposed, namely I. brevivenus sp. nov., I. guizhouensis sp. nov., I. hebeien-sis sp. nov., I. liui sp. nov., I. rugosus sp. nov., I. rutilans sp. nov. and I. wuyiensis sp. nov., and four records new to China, i.e., I. annulicornis Belokobylskij, I. longi Belokobylskij, I. rugosiscutum Belokobylskij, and I. tamdaoensis Belokobylskij. A key to the Chinese species of Ipodoryctes is provided.
    Full-text · Article · Mar 2011 · Zootaxa
  • Su-Fen Bai · Xin Li · Xue-Xin Chen · Jia-An Cheng · Jun-Hua He
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    ABSTRACT: Two endoparasitoids, Cotesia vestalis and Oomyzus sokolowskii, parasitize the same host, larvae of Plutella xylostella. These two species have evolved different parasitization strategies. O. sokolowskii expresses a single factor, venom, and exerts virtually no detrimental effects on the development of its host. C. vestalis, on the other hand, injects polydnavirus (PDV) and venom during oviposition, and teratocytes are released into the host's hemolymph after egg hatching. Parasitization suppresses host immune reactions and redirects its developmental program. Because both these species parasitize the same stage of their hosts, there is the possibility of multiparasitism in nature. Only one species survives multiparasitism and because of its parasitic strategy, we hypothesized that C. vestalis would invariably be the stronger competitor. We designed competition experiments which revealed that C. vestalis is a stronger competitor than O. sokolowskii. We also show that C. vestalis survives intrinsic competition with O. sokolowskii through two mechanisms: physical attack and physiological suppression. We discovered melanized wounds on O. sokolowskii eggs and larvae, which is strong evidence of physical attacks. The physiological suppression is due to PDV and venom injected by C. vestalis. To test this idea more rigorously, we designed a pseudoparasitization experiment which revealed that no O. sokolowskii emerged from multiparasitized hosts when infertile C. vestlais eggs and normal O. sokolowskii larvae are both present inside the same host. These results support our hypothesis that C. vestalis is the stronger competitor and demonstrate two mechanisms that account for the outcome of intrinsic competition between these two endoparasitoids.
    No preview · Article · Mar 2011 · Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology
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    Hong-Fei Chai · Jun-Hua He · Xue-Xin Chen
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    ABSTRACT: [This corrects the article on p. 63 in vol. 65.].
    Full-text · Article · Jan 2011 · ZooKeys
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    ABSTRACT: Two new species of the genus Saphonecrus Dalla Torre et Kieffer, 1910, S. flavitibilis sp. n. and S. tianmushanus sp. n., are described and illustrated, and a key to the Chinese species of genus Saphonecrus is provided.
    Preview · Article · Dec 2010 · Biologia
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    Hong-Fei Chai · Jun-Hua He · Xue-Xin Chen
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    ABSTRACT: The rare genus Blacometeorus Tobias, 1976 (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Blacinae)is discovered in Yunnan, China, and a new species, Blacometeorus sinicus Chai & Chen, sp. n. is described and illustrated. It represents the first record of this genus both for China and Oriental region. A key to genus Blacometeorus is updated.
    Full-text · Article · Oct 2010 · ZooKeys

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    • Zhejiang University
      • • Institute of Insect Sciences
      • • College of Agriculture and Biotechnology
      • • Institute of Applied Entomology
      Hang-hsien, Zhejiang Sheng, China