A new species of Pristaulacus Kieffer (Hymenoptera: Aulacidae) from Baltic amber

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Fossil species of Pristaulacus are uncommon, with just two known species, P. mandibularis Brues and P. praevolans Brues from Baltic amber, and three species, P. bradleyi (Brues), P. rohweri Brues and P. secundus (Cockerell), from the Florissant fossil beds, Colorado, USA. Here we provide a detailed description of Pristaulacus velteni sp.n., the third fossil species known from Baltic amber.

Insect Systematics & Evolution

An International Journal of Systematic Entomology



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