Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby Simo V. on 18 Jul 2008, 05:56

Volumes of Bulletin of the Natural History Museum (British) Entomology series can be downloaded from Internet Archive:

See them here...

Internet Archive seems to have some other insect texts too, but those are mainly from 1800 and even older.

Antbase.org has lots and lots of ant stuff, but there are some other hymenoptera stuff too, most importantly Gauld & Bolton 1988:

(warning, following pdf's are very LARGE)

Gauld, I. D. & B. Bolton. 1988. The Hymenoptera

Medvedev, G. S., ed. Keys to the insects of the europea part of the USSR, Volume III, Part 2

Sadly, i have never managed to successfully download that Medvedev book... :(
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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby proctos on 18 Jul 2008, 06:42

MARK DOWTON, ANDREW D. AUSTIN "Simultaneous analysis of 16S, 28S, COI and morphology in the Hymenoptera: Apocrita – evolutionary transitions among parasitic wasps", Biological Journal of the Linnean Society (2001), 74: 87–111.
http://slil.ru/25989279 :roll: :!:
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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby proctos on 19 Jul 2008, 02:18

Rasnitsyn, A.P. and Quicke, D.L.J. (2002). History of Insects. Kluwer Academic Publishers. 530pp. (DjVu 23mb.)
http://depositfiles.com/en/files/390946
http://djvu.org/files/DjVuSolo3.1-noncom.exe
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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby proctos on 19 Jul 2008, 05:35

Michael C. Day "A revision of Pompilus Fabricius (Hymenoptera : Pompilidae), with further nomenclatural and biological considerations", Bull. Brit. Mus.(Nat. Hist.), Entomology series, Vol 42, No 1, 1981, 41pp. (pdf. 5mb)
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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby crex on 25 Aug 2008, 14:56

M.D. Zerova, L.Ya. Seryogina. Review Of Palearctic Ormyridae (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea), With Description Of Two New Species. Vestnik zoologii, 40(1): 27–40, 2006. [PDF]
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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby Eckart Stolle on 26 Aug 2008, 23:13

Thanks for the interesting links!

i also collected several PDF links here (sometimes it might need a username/password, i'm not always sure, cos i'm automatically logged in by IP adress through our university network)
http://www.evsa.de/links.htm#hymenoptera

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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby Eckart Stolle on 17 Sep 2008, 20:09

http://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/zoology/ ... 909-12.pdf
Systematical Studies on the Genus Bracon (Glabrobracon) (Hymenoptera, Braconidae: Braconinae) in Ankara Province
Yasemin GüLER, Nese CAGATAY. Turk J Zool 25 (2001) 275-286

http://www.mapress.com/zootaxa/2006f/z01239p017f.pdf
The genus Coeloides Wesmael of subfamily Braconinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) in China
Wang et al 2006 Zootaxa 1239: 1-17 (2006)

http://www.biol.uni.wroc.pl/cassidae/Papp_Sacirema.pdf
First survey of the Sacirema Quicke species (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Braconinae)
Jenő PaPP, Genus Vol. 18(3): 507-515 2007

http://www.helsinki.fi/~ihanski/Article ... uickle.pdf
A revision of the parasitic wasp genus Bathyaulax Szepligeti (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Braconinae) from Africa and the Arabian Peninsula
Kaartinen et al, Journal of Natural History, 2007; 41(1–4): 125–212

http://www.biologiezentrum.at/pdf_frei_ ... 5-0352.pdf
Vier neue Arten der Tribus Braconini aus der Türkei (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Braconinae)
AHMET BEYARSLAN, Entomofauna Band 17, Heft 21: 345-352

http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/document/44075
Achterberg, C. van & G.D. Weiblen. Ficobracon brusi gen. nov. & spec. nov. (Hymenoptera: Bra-
conidae), a parasitoid reared from figs in Papua New Guinea.
Zool. Med. Leiden 74 (2), 15.ix.2000: 51-55, figs 1-13.— ISSN 0024-0672.

http://actazool.nhmus.hu/53/Suppl1/Pappj.pdf
Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 53 (2), pp. 295–305, 2007
A NEW GENUS AND TWO NEW SPECIES OF BRACONIDAE (HYMENOPTERA) DEDICATED TO LÁSZLÓ GOZMÁNY
PAPP, J

http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/document/45076
Achterberg, C. van. Two new species of Braconidae (Hymenoptera: Euphorinae, Braconinae) from
Switzerland and The Netherlands.
Zool. Med. Leiden 75 (22), 24.xii.2001: 397-404, figs 1-24.— ISSN 0024-0672

more:
http://hbs.bishopmuseum.org/pi/pdf/5(3)-577.pdf
http://www.zoologie.umh.ac.be/asef/pdf/ ... 1_full.pdf
http://archonline.bio.bg.ac.yu/SVESKA%202/R12.pdf
http://www.enviswb.gov.in/ENV/downloads ... optera.doc
http://www.brgb.org/doc/BRACONIDAE.DOC
http://redpav.avepagro.org.ve/ojs/index ... al/168/172
http://www.zin.ru/labs/insects/hymenopt ... okhman.pdf
http://biologia.savba.sk/59_5_04/Inanc_F.pdf
http://www.mapa.es/ministerio/pags/bibl ... 15-522.pdf
http://dpc.uba.uva.nl/cgi/t/text/text-i ... ;view=text
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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby Eckart Stolle on 27 Sep 2008, 14:44

Websites with PDFs:

Lab of Sydney Cameron, see publications, http://www.life.uiuc.edu/scameron/

website of Claus Rasmussen --> publications, http://science.melipona.org/
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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby lucfusu on 28 Sep 2008, 10:21

Hello,
Quite a nice book- Hymenoptera: Evolution, Biodiversity and Biological Control
A. Austin, M. Dowton, Mark Downton (eds.)
http://rapidshare.com/files/79442686/Au ... mn6101.rar
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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby Eckart Stolle on 28 Sep 2008, 13:58

Evans 1973 Studies on neotropical Pompilidae IX
http://www.hindawi.com/Getpdf.aspx?doi= ... 1973/25131

Kusdas 1972 Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Insektenfauna von Korsika
http://www.biologiezentrum.at/pdf_frei_ ... 3-0166.pdf

Erbeling 2004 - Ein Leben für die Entomologie – Heinrich Wolf zum 80. Geburtstag
http://81.10.184.26:9001/personen_add/H ... f_2006.pdf

Priesner Studien zur Taxonomie und Faunistik der Pompiliden Österreichs, Teil1
http://81.10.184.26:9001/pdf/NKJB_12_0187-0208.pdf

Revision Mutillidae Yemen
http://www.mapress.com/zootaxa/2006f/z01226p050f.pdf

Lelej To the knowledge of the mutillid and bradynobaenid wasps of Iran ...
http://www.zin.ru/labs/insects/hymenopt ... /lelej.pdf

Bibliography World Bethylidae
http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewc ... sectamundi
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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby Eckart Stolle on 02 Oct 2008, 00:54

EDIT: ok i got it. :)


Does anyone having access to the Mutillid article? My faculty doesnt have a subscription. With time one of my collegues will get it but maybe someone here has it already.
thanks

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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby Eckart Stolle on 19 Oct 2008, 15:40

Key to the insects of Russian Far East. Vol. IV. Hymenoptera. Pt 5. – Vladivostok Dal'nauka, 2007
http://www.zin.ru/labs/insects/hymenopt ... me-4-5.htm

Overview of the other volumes:
http://www.zin.ru/labs/insects/hymenopt ... index.html
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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby tnribes on 17 Feb 2009, 18:49

Some recently scanned works:

Ichneumonologia brittannica. Morley,C., 1903-1914
Opuscula Ichneumonologica. Schmiedeknecht,O. 1902-1927

both in:
http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/subj ... neumonidae
http://www.archive.org/search.php?query ... rittannica
http://www.archive.org/search.php?query ... monologica
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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby Camille Thirion on 17 Feb 2009, 20:35

All synonymy is to be added and all the nomenclature, more hardly usable currently! :cry:
Without forgetting all the new species described since! :oops:
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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby Robert Nash on 01 Apr 2009, 15:20

http://www.faunedefrance.org/BibliothequeVirtuelleNumerique Faune de France n° 10 Berland, L. Hyménoptères vespiformes. vol. I. 1925, Faune de France n° 19 – Berland, L. - Hyménoptères vespiformes vol. II. 1928, Faune de France n° 34 – Berland, L. & Bernard, F. -Hyménoptères vespiformes volume III. Old but free and still useful.Go to Bibliothèque virtuelle numérique (digital library)
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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby jorgen on 18 Nov 2009, 23:47

Illustrated key to the subfamilies of the Braconidae, C. Van Achterberg (1993)
http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/document/148931

The European Pamphiliidae (Hymenoptera: Symphyta), with special reference to the Netherlands, C. Van Achterberg & B. Van Aartsen (1986)
http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/document/148899

Revision of the European species of Torymus Dalman (Hymenoptera: Torymidae), M.W.R. de Vere, M.J. Gijswijt (1998)
http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/document/149121

Definition of subgenera and a reassessment of species groups of Torymus Dalman (Hymenoptera:Torymidae), based on Palaearctic material, A. Zavada (2003)
http://webh01.ua.ac.be/vve/Phegea/2003/Phegea31-3_91-120.pdf

And many more on ttp://www.repository.naturalis.nl
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Re: Downloadable Hymenoptera literature

Postby Eckart Stolle on 30 Apr 2010, 10:45

http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2148/10/109/abstract

The origins of species richness in the Hymenoptera: insights from a family-level supertree
Robert B Davis, Sandra L Baldauf and Peter J Mayhew
BMC Evolutionary Biology 2010, 10:109, doi:10.1186/1471-2148-10-109
Published: 27 April 2010

Abstract (provisional)

Background

The order Hymenoptera (bees, ants, wasps, sawflies) contains about eight percent of all described species, but no analytical studies have addressed the origins of this richness at family-level or above. To investigate which major subtaxa experienced significant shifts in diversification, we assembled a family-level phylogeny of the Hymenoptera using supertree methods. We used sister-group species richness comparisons to infer the phylogenetic position of shifts in diversification.
Results

The supertrees most supported by the underlying input trees are produced using matrix representation with compatibility (MRC) (from an all-in and a compartmentalised analysis). Whilst relationships at the tips of the tree tend to be well supported, those along the backbone of the tree (e.g. between Parasitica superfamilies) are generally not. Ten significant shifts in diversification (six positive and four negative) are found common to both MRC supertrees. The Apocrita (wasps, ants, bees) experienced a positive shift at their origin accounting for approximately 4,000 species. Within Apocrita other positive shifts include the Vespoidea (vespoid wasps/ants containing 24,000 spp.), Anthophila + Sphecidae (bees/thread-waisted wasps; 22,000 spp.), Bethylidae + Chrysididae (bethylid/cuckoo wasps; 5,200spp.), Dryinidae (dryinid wasps; 1,100 spp.), and Proctotrupidae (proctotrupid wasps; 310 spp.). Four relatively species-poor families (Stenotritidae, Anaxyelidae, Blasticotomidae, Xyelidae) have undergone negative shifts. There are some two-way shifts in diversification where sister taxa have undergone shifts in opposite directions.
Conclusions

Our results suggest that numerous phylogenetically distinctive radiations contribute to the richness of large clades. They also suggest that evolutionary events restricting the subsequent richness of large clades are common. Problematic phylogenetic issues in the Hymenoptera are identified, relating especially to superfamily validity (e.g. "Proctotrupoidea", "Mymarommatoidea"), and deeper apocritan relationships. Our results should stimulate new functional studies on the causes of the diversification shifts we have identified. Possible drivers highlighted for specific adaptive radiations include key anatomical innovations, the exploitation of rich host groups, and associations with angiosperms. Low richness may have evolved as a result of geographical isolation, specialised ecological niches, and habitat loss or competition.
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