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Cotesia balli new species from spain hymenoptera braconidae



Cotesia balli new species from spain hymenoptera braconidae



Nouvelle Revue d'Entomologie 6(2): 131-134



A new species of Microgastrinae, Cotesia balli sp. nov., was proposed and described from Cordoba, Spain. Distinguishing features from a closely related species, C. eulipis (Nixon, 1974), were discussed.

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