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Definition of the noun Evaniidae
What does Evaniidae mean as a name of something?
Evaniidae is a family of Hymenoptera.
- synonym: family Evaniidae
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Insecta
- order: Hymenoptera
- genus Acanthinevania
- genus Afrevania
- genus Alobevania
- genus Alobeviana
- genus Andrenelia
- genus Botsvania
- genus Brachevania
- genus Brachygaster
- genus Cretevania
- genus Dabburatypus
- genus Decevania
- genus Eoevania
- genus Eovernevania
- genus Evania
- genus Evaniella
- genus Evaniscus
- genus Grimaldivania
- genus Hyptia
- genus Hyptiam
- genus Iberoevania
- genus Lebanevania
- genus Mesevania
- genus Micrevania
- genus Newjersevania
- genus Papatuka
- genus Parevania
- genus Praevania
- genus Procretevania
- genus Prosevania
- genus Protoparevania
- genus Pseudevania
- genus Rothevania
- genus Semaeomyia
- genus Sorellevania
- genus Spinolafoenus
- genus Szepligetella
- genus Szepligetiella
- genus Thaumatevania
- genus Trilobitofoenus
- genus Trissevania
- genus Vernevania
- genus Zeuxevania
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Evaniidae is a species of unclassified Evaniidae.
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by California. State Commission of Horticulture
The family Evaniidae is a small one, closely connected with the Ichneumonidae, but differing from them in structural characters. Its habits are similar, as it is parasitic. The family Chalcididae is an immense group, composed largely, but not ...
by California Agricultural Experiment Station
The Evaniidae is a small family of useful insects living, till full grown, in the bodies of other insects. If the abdomen is attached top the end of the thorax, refer to 260. 260. If the front wings have a costal cell, refer to 261. If the front wings have no ...
Entomology] by California Agricultural Experiment Station
The Evaniidae is a small family of useful insects living, till full grown, in the bodies of other insects. If the abdomen is attached to the end of the thorax, refer to 260.
Encyclopedia of Entomology (2008)
by John L. Capinera
A Dictionary of Entomology (2011)
EVANIIDAE Plural Noun. Ensign Wasps. A widespread (predominantly tropical) Family of parasitic Hymenoptera consisting of ca 400 Species, and assigned to various Superfamilies in early classifications, but generally regarded as nominant ...
The Encyclopedia of Animals (2004)
A Complete Visual Guide by Fred Cooke
family Ichneumonidae Ensign wasp Evama appendigaster, family Evaniidae Family Chrysididae Known as ...
Encyclopedia of Insects (2009)
by Vincent H. Resh, Ring T. Cardé
life cycle Evanioidea Evaniidae 500 Ensign wasps; often common in the tropics, endoparasitic or egg- predatory in cockroach oothecae Gasteruptiidae 420 Moderately common, cosmopolitan, ...
Including Atlas of the World and Cyclopedia of Names
the parasitic Evaniidae, Ichneumonidae, Braconidae, Chalcididae, and Proctotrypidae (grouped together under the term Spiculifera), and the rubytails or Chrysididae, for which the term Tubulifera of MacLeay was adopted. - - 2. In Crustacea ...
A Dictionary of Zoology (2014)
by Michael Allaby
Evaniidae (ensign wasps; suborder *Symphyta, superfamily Evanioidea) Family of black symphytans, 3–15 mm long, which are somewhat spiderlike in appearance. The small *abdomen is carried on a long petiole, the *thorax is very stout, ...
by Douglas M. Considine, Glenn D. Considine
Gall wasps Dryinidae Dryinid wasps Eumenidae Mud or potter wasps Evaniidae Ensign wasps Formicidae Ants Ichneumonidae Ichneumon wasps Megachilidae Leaf-cutting bees and mason bees Multilidae Velvet ants Nomadidae Cuckoo ...
Chambers's Encyclopaedia (1893)
A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge
Such are the Ichneumonidae, Evaniidae, Braconidae, Chalcididae, Cynipidae, Uroceridae, &c. See BEES, INSECTs, SPHEx, STINGING ANIMALs; Lubbock's Ants, Bees, and Wasps; the continuation of Buffon (Par. 1836–46); Saussure on the ...
by William Harrison De Puy
But the largest class of insect parasitism is that which exists between insects themselves, as exhibited in an enormous number of families (Ichneumonidae, Evaniidae, Proctotrypiala, Chalcidida, etc.) of Hymenoptera, etc. These are essentially ...
by Douglas M. Considine
Dryinid wasps Eumenidae Mud or potter wasps Evaniidae Ensign wasps Formicidae Ants Ichneumonidae Ichneumon wasps Megachilidae Mutillidae Nomadidae Pompilidae (also called Psammocharidae) Proctotrupidae (also called.
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- Evaniidae ovipositing
Hyptia thoracica (Blanchard) ovipositing in Parcoblatta lata Brunner oothecae in Raleigh, North Carolina.
- Evania appendigaster ensign wasps (Evaniidae) vespa-bandeira
Evania appendigaster wasp - Evania affinis - Evania cubae - Evania desjardinsi - Evania laevigata - Evania peringueyi - Evania unicolor (Hymenoptera ...
- Ensign Wasp (Evaniidae)
Found all over the world except in the polar regions. The larvae of these solitary wasps feed on cockroaches, and develop inside the egg-cases (oothecae) of ...
Scrabble value of E1V4A1N1I1I1D2A1E1
The value of this 9-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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