Parasitoids - Hymenoptera

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Anagyrus lopezi, an important parasitoid of the cassava mealybug (click on image to enlarge it)
Author(s): Georg Goergen (IITA)
Source: Wikimedia Commons

Parasitoids - Hymenoptera

The Hymenoptera have 2 pairs of membranous wings. Among parasitoids, this group is particularly important for biological control. Many species have been introduced against pests or are commercially produced and regularly released.

Note:
This page deals only with Hymenoptera parasitoids. For other beneficial groups see:

For other groups of Hymenoptera see:



The following groups are currently included in the system: