Ecological and morphological notes on Notopygus bicarinatus (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae)
J. Holuša, K. Holý, P. Baňařhttps://doi.org/10.17221/101/2010-JFSCitation:Holuša J., Holý K., Baňař P. (2011): Ecological and morphological notes on Notopygus bicarinatus (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae). J. For. Sci., 57: 281-284.
Notopygus bicarinatus Teunissen, 1953 is parasitoid of web-spinning sawflies of the genus Cephalcia. This species was found near Větrný Jeníkov. The first record from Bohemia including Cephalcia lariciphila as a new additional host. N. bicarinatus oviposit into the larvae of C. lariciphila when borrowing in soil in the late May. The infestation of Cephalcia prepupae is not high and varied within the range of 3.5–6.1% during test period 2003–2005.Keywords:
Bohemia; Cephalcia lariciphila; Czech Republic; ecology; morphometry; new host; new record; Notopygus bicarinatus