Search for dissertations about: "Cynipoidea"

Found 3 swedish dissertations containing the word Cynipoidea.

  1. 1. Systematics of Eucoilini Exploring the diversity of a poorly known group of Cynipoid parasitic wasps

    University dissertation from Uppsala : Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis

    Author : Mattias Forshage; Fredrik Ronquist; Göran Nordlander; John Heraty; [2009]
    Keywords : NATURVETENSKAP; NATURAL SCIENCES; Eucoila; Trybliographa; Eucoilini; Eucoilinae; Figitidae; Cynipoidea; Hymenoptera; phylogenetics; diagnostics; classification; taxonomy; systematic revision; morphology; NATURAL SCIENCES Biology Organism biology Systematics and phylogenetics; NATURVETENSKAP Biologi Organismbiologi Systematik och fylogeni; Entomology; entomologi; systematisk zoologi; Systematic Zoology;

    Abstract : Many animal species are still undiscovered, even in Sweden. This thesis deals with the wasps of the subfamily Eucoilinae (of Figitidae, Cynipoidea), a poorly known group of small parasitoids of Dipteran flies. READ MORE

  2. 2. Systematics and phylogeny of an interrelated group of genera within the family Eucoilidae (Insecta Hymenoptera, Cynipoidea)

    University dissertation from Stockholm : Stockholm University

    Author : Göran Nordlander; [1982]

    Abstract : .... READ MORE

  3. 3. From Parasitoids to Gall Inducers and Inquilines Morphological Evolution in Cynipoid Wasps

    University dissertation from Uppsala : Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis

    Author : Hege Vårdal; Fredrik Ronquist; Göran Sahlén; Ulf Jondelius; Nunzio Isidoro; [2004]
    Keywords : NATURVETENSKAP; NATURAL SCIENCES; Biology; gall inducer; parasitoid; inquiline; gall induction; morphology; Biologi; NATURAL SCIENCES Biology; NATURVETENSKAP Biologi;

    Abstract : One of the large lineages of parasitic wasps, the Cynipoidea, exhibits three distinctly different life modes. Slightly more than half of the about 3000 species are parasitoids in insect larvae, whereas the remaining species are associated with plants, either as gall inducers or as inquilines (guests feeding on plant tissue in galls). READ MORE