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.

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: