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Keys for European Hymenoptera
Carnota
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Posted on 19-12-2007 09:14
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Please,
Can anyone recommend keys for European Hymenoptera at family level?
There exists a monography similar to the Oosterbroek's The European Families of the Diptera for Hymenoptera?

Thanks
 
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yep.
there is the HYMENOPTERA OF THE WORLD: an identification guide to families - edited by HENRI GOULET and John Huber. An excellent book for what do you want! I think it is the best available so far. Smile
 
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Used up!Sad
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Niek van Wijk
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Dear Carnota,

I found one for sale on internet second hand if you are interested:

GOULET, H.; HUBER, J.T. (EDS.) Hymenoptera of the World: An Identification guide to families
Agriculture Canada: 1993 680, 231 full page line drawings + numerous other text figs. 280x215mm, PB. NEW. Fully comprehensive guide with illustrated keys to families and superfamilies.
GBP 50.00 [Appr.: EURO 69.25]
-- Pemberley Natural History Books. Boeknummer: 10625
at http://antiqbook.com

Best regards, Niek
 
Andre
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I am afraid Carnota will not get this copy, now you 'gave' it to everyone on this site... Cool
 
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Dear Andre,

Only if she replies that she is not interested, I trust. Aren't we all gentlemen and -ladies?

Best regards, Niek
 
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cthirion wrote:
Used up!Sad


it needs an update? Smile I hope anyone can update that book! Smile

Is it the only book with family level ID for Hymenoptera? There must be another books!

Pablo, please see this website:
http://www.chrisr...sitica.htm

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A good key to Nearctic Chalcidoidea is here
http://codex.begoniasociety.org/chalcidkey/ChalcidoidKey2.pdf
 
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Thank you very mutch to all.
Your comments are very helpful.
I bought the Goulet and Huber.

Greetings and happy new year Smile
 
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proctoss wrote:
A good key to Nearctic Chalcidoidea is here
http://codex.begoniasociety.org/chalcidkey/ChalcidoidKey2.pdf


thanks a bunch. Concerning Chalcidoidea ... this is a great website:
http://www.nhm.ac...alcidoids/
 
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