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A Review of the Family Embolemidae (Hymenoptera: Chrysidoidea) from South Korea
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A Review of the Family Embolemidae (Hymenoptera: Chrysidoidea) from South Korea
Kim, Chang-Jun; Lee, Jong-Wook;
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 Abstract
Previously only one species, Embolemus ruddii Westwood, 1833, of the family Embolemidae has been recorded in South Korea. As part of a recent study of this family, we newly report four species from South Korea: Embolemus hachijoensis Hirashima et Yamagishi, 1975; E. krombeini Olmi, 1996; E. sensitivus Xu, Olmi et Guglielmino, 2012; Ampulicomorpha thauma Rasnitsyn et Matveev, 1989. The genus, Ampulicomorpha Ashmead, 1893, is recorded for the first time in South Korea. Embolemus ruddii was previously recorded from South Korea because considered synonym of E. walkeri. However, in recent years the two species were separated and E. ruddii was considered absent in the far east, where on the contrary E. walkeri is present. Therefore, five species in two genera are now recognized as the South Korean embolemid fauna. A key to the South Korean Embolemidae species is provided.
 Keywords
Ampulicomorpha;Embolemus;key;new records;taxonomy;
 Language
English
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