By Peter Stary, Evert I. Schlinger (auth.)

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27 :96 (synonymy, notes on the type). Ephedrus pulchellus STELFOX, 1941, Proc. R. Irish Acad. 46B: 139 (~, Ireland). BEIRNE, 1942, Ent. Mon. Mag. 78 :283 (Ireland, host). STELFOX, 1944, Ent. mono Mag. 80:236 (Ireland, host). STARY, 1958, Acta Faun. Ent. Mus. Nat. Pragae 3: 79-81 (~d', Czechoslovakia, hosts). MACKAUER, 1959, Beitr. Ent. 9:866-7 (Israel, hosts). STARY, 1962, Acta Soc. Ent. Cechosl. , hosts in Czechoslovakia). STARY, 1962, Opusc. entomol. , hosts in Czechoslovakia). STARY, 1962, Entomophaga, 7:91 - 100 (bion.

STARY, 1960, Acta Soc. Ent. Cechosl. 57:240-2. (~d', Czechoslovakia, host). MACKAUER, 1961, Beitr. Ent. II :106 (notes). STARY, 1962, Acta Soc. Ent. Cechosl. 59:42-58 (ecol. Czechoslovakia, host). Aphidius exspectatus GAUTIER and BONNAMOUR 1936, Bull. Soc. Linn. Lyon N. S. 5 :74 (~, France, host). Description - Female: Head strongly transverse, smooth, shiny, sparsely haired, wider than thorax at tegulae, strongly narrowed behind eyes. Occiput distinctly margined. Temple about as wide as transverse eye-diameter.

Note: This species was not so common in the Orient as it is in Europe and North America. Habitat: This species was not encountered by SCHLINGER in Far East Asia, but judging from its collections in many holarctic areas it ranges widely in native as well as cultivated habitats. : MARSHALL, 1896,1899, on Raphanus raphanistrum, England. Aphidae sp. : MUKERJI & CHATTERJEE, 1950, onBrassica oleracea, Pakistan Baluchistan. : GIBSON & CARILLOS, 1959, on Brassica, Mexico. : QUILIS M. , 1934, on Turritis glabra, Czechoslovakia.

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