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Insecta. Hymenoptera . Volume I (1883-1900) by Peter Cameron

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Listed below are the plates associated with this volume title. Plates are listed by plate number and truncated descriptions (generally genus) of the figure information.

  • Tab. 1: Loboceras (1 species) ; Hylotoma (1 species) ; Monophadnus (1 species) ; Ptilia (1 species) ; Strongylogaster (6 species) ; Loboceras (2 species) ; Didymia (2 species) ; Hylotoma (1 species) ;
  • Tab. 2: Strongylogaster (4 species) ; Selandria (1 species) ; Monophadnus (3 species) ; Poecilosoma (1 species) ; Blennocampa (3 species) ; Emphytus (1 species) ; Hylotoma (1 species) ; Sericocera (1 species)
  • Tab. 3: Ptilia (1 species) ; Seriococera (3 species) ; Incalia (1 species) ; Perreyia (1 species) ; Peranthrix (1 species) ; Decameria (1 species) ; Lophyroides (2 species) ; Peranthrix (1 species) ; Derecyrta (1 species) ; Oryssus (1 species)
  • Tab. 4: Hylotoma (1 species) ; Ptilia (1 species) ; Laloceras (1 species) ; Decameria (2 species) ; Perreyia (1 species) ; Cynips (2 species) ; Neralsia (1 species) ; Synergus (1 species) ; Leucaspis (1 species) ; Leiopteron (1 species) ; Smicra (3 species) ; Chalcis (1 species) ; Diomorus (1 species)
  • Tab. 5: Smicra (9 species) ; Phasgonophora (1 species) ; Eurytoma (2 species) ; Bephrata (1 species) ; Spalangia (1 species) ; Paralaestethia (1 species) ; Schizaspidia (2 species) ; Lophyrocera (2 species) ; Orasema (1 species)
  • Tab. 6: Hontalia (2 species) ; Epistenia (2 species) ; Prionopelma (1 species) ; Amotura (1 species) ; Lelaps (2 species) ; Eupelmus (4 species) ; Aseirba (1 species) ; Lutnes (2 species) ; Orasema (1 species)
  • Tab. 7: Patroclus (1 species) ; Ichneumon (24 species)
  • Tab. 8: Ichneumon (23 species) ; Oedicephalus (1 species) ; Trogus (1 species)
  • Tab. 9: Trogus (2 species) ; Abzaria (1 species) ; Joppa (8 species) ; Cryptus (4 species) ; Joppidium (3 species) ; Polycyrtus (4 species) ; Polyaenus (2 species)
  • Tab. 10: Polycyrtus (12 species) ; Mesostenus (9 species) ; Phygadeuon (1 species) ; Hemiteles (4 species) ; Christolia (2 species) ; Polycyrtus (1 species) ; Cryptanura (1 species)
  • Tab. 11: Ephialtes (2 species) ; Epirhyssa (1 species) ; Rhyssa (1 species) ; Theronia (1 species) ; Exochus (1 species) ; Bassus (1 species) ; Pimpla (6 species) ; Limneria (1 species) ; Glypta (1 species) ; Lissonota (2 species) ; Phytodietus (1 species) ; Mesoleptus (3 species) ; Metopius (1 species) ;
  • Tab. 12: Epimecis (1 species) ; Tryphon (1 species) ; Polyblastus (1 species) ; Mesoleius (1 species) ; Scolobates (1 species) ; Banchus (1 species) ; Labena (1 species) ; Nonus (2 species) ; Retanisia (1 species) ; Agathophiona 91 species) ; Thyredon (4 species) ; Ophion (12 species) ; Anomalon (1 species) ; Grotea (1 species) ; Heteropelma (1 species) ; Ephiosoma (1 species)
  • Tab. 13: Campoplex (4 species) ; Paniscus (1 species) ; Limneria (1 species) ; Bracon (13 species) ; Iphiaulax (6 species)
  • Tab. 14: Iphiaulax (25 species)
  • Tab. 15: Iphiaulax (12 species) ; Spathius (2 species) ; Odontobracon (3 species) ; Yelicones (2 species) ; Doryctes (1 species) ; Rhogas (2 species) ; Microgaster (1 species)
  • Tab. 16: Rhogas (1 species) ; Leluthia (2 species) ; Chelonus (3 species) ; Agathis (6 species) ; Microdus (7 species) ; Earinus (1 species) ; Olixon (1 species) ; Alysia (4 species)
  • Tab. 17: Rhogas (1 species) ; Microdus (1 species) ; Alysia (1 species) ; Zele (1 species) ; Macrocentrus (1 species) ; Bracon (1species) ; Toxoneuron (2 species) ; Cenocoelius (5 species) ; Opius (1 species) ; Pharsalia (1 species) ; Evania (10 species)
  • Tab. 18: Evania (2 species) ; Gasteruption (2 species) ; Monomachus (1 species) ; Megischus (3 species) ; Aulacus (1 species) ; Paramesius (4 species) ; Pelecinus (1 species) ; Scelio (1 species) ; Spilomicrus (1 species) ; Trimorus (1 species) ; Gonatopus (2 species)
  • Tab. 19: Gonatopus (4 species) ; Dryinus (6 species) ; Apenesia (1 species) ; Epyris (8 species) ; Parsierola (3 species) ; Mesitius (1 species) ; Calyoza (1 species) ; Dryinus (1 species)
  • Tab. 20: Parnopes (1 species) ; Amisega (1 species) ; Notozus (1 species) ; Hedychridium (2 species) ; Chrysis (8 species) ; Hylotoma (1 species) ; Strongylogaster (1 species) ; Hemichroa (1 species) ; Euura (1 species) ; Ptilia (2 species) ; Ibalia (1 species) ; Aulax (1 species) ; Anacharis (1 species) ; Aphilothrix (1 species) ; Trigonalys (1 species)