Wasps parasitic on White butterflies

(Dave Johnston) daj at nhm.ac.uk
Fri Aug 23 04:01:36 EST 1996


A reply from Dr John LaSalle, International Institute of Entomology


>Pteromalus puparum is an almost cosmopolitan parasite of Lepidoptera pupae,
>particularly Pieridae and Nymphalidae, also Papilionidae and other
>Lepidoptera.  For further references see Graham (1969, Bull. Br. Mus. Nat.
>Hist., Ent. 16: 489).
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>Dr John LaSalle                                                             
>International Institute of Entomology     
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DAJ

David A. Johnston
Executive Secretary to the WHO Schistosoma Genome Network,
Researcher, Biomedical Parasitology Division, 
Dept of Zoology,
The Natural History Museum,
Cromwell Road,
South Kensington,
London SW7 5BD,
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