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Synonyms for Tenthredinidae

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The effect of Pyrethrum and Bacillus thuringiensis against Pristiphora abietina (Christ, 1791) (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae).
Evolution of gall morphology and host-plant relationships in willow-feeding sawflies (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae).
Der Schmarotzerkomplex (Brutparasiten und Parasitoide) der gallenbildenden Pontania Arten (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae).
A possible trend exists in the evolution of gall types in the nematine gallers that belong to the hymenopteran family Tenthredinidae. Within the large, cosmopolitan family Tenthredinidae, the ability to induce plant galls has apparently evolved twice, in the subfamilies Nematinae and Blennocampinae, of which the latter includes only a few species (Price and Roininen 1993).
Descriptions of new species of Tenthredinidae, Ichneumonidae, Chrysididae, Formicidae, etc.
Beauveria bassiana pathogenicity to the cherry slugworm, Caliroa cerasi (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) larvae.
Host plant, oviposition behavior and larval ecology of a sawfly leafminer, Profenusa japonica (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae).
Additionally, three Tenthredinidae (Caliroa cerasi (L., 1758), Fenusa dohrnii (Tischbein, 1846) and Nematus oligospilus Forster, 1854), as well as the siricid Sirex noctilio Fabricius, 1793 are established, introduced species.
Is leaf size important for a leaf-galling sawfly (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae)?
Orden Familia Bosque Arbustal Pastizal Diptera Tipididae 20 19 82 Mycetophilidae 8 9 Culicidae 5 2 Sin determinar 33 101 64 Hymenoptera Braconidae 8 27 16 Ichneumonidae 1 15 6 Evanidae 3 Sphecidae 1 Eurytomidae 1 Tenthredinidae 1 Sin determinar 1 Araneae Tetragnathidae 1 17 19 Theridiidae 2 3 Caponiidae 5 Linyphiidae 3 1 Araneidae 1 Hemiptera Cicadellidae 16 6 Pyrrhocoridae 7 Aphidae 2 1 Delphacidae 1 1 Enicocephalidae 1 Pentatomidae 1 Membracidae 1 Sin determinar 1 Coleoptera Anthribidae 5 3 Curculionidae 7 Lycidae 2 3 Cantharidae 1 1 Sin determinar 2 1 Psocoptera sp.
The most important groups of gall-inducing insects are Diptera (Cecidomyiidae), Homoptera (Cicadoidea, Psylloidea, Aphidoidea and Coccoidea), Thysanoptera and the hymenopteran families Tenthredinidae and Cynipidae.
(Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae), with quantified observations on saw wear.