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Revealing the hidden species diversity of tropical cryptines: a review of the Neotropical Lissaspis Townes (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae)

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Santiago Bordera Departamento de Ciencias Ambientales y Recursos Naturales / Instituto de Investigación de Biodiversidad CIBIO (Centro Iberoamericano de Biodiversidad), Universidad de Alicante, Apdo. Corr. 99, 03080 Alicante, Spain

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Marina Mazón Departamento de Ciencias Ambientales y Recursos Naturales / Instituto de Investigación de Biodiversidad CIBIO (Centro Iberoamericano de Biodiversidad), Universidad de Alicante, Apdo. Corr. 99, 03080 Alicante, Spain
Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Research Program, Universidad Nacional de Loja, Ciudadela Universitaria, sector La Argelia, EC 110101 Loja, Ecuador

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Ilari E. Sääksjärvi Zoological Museum, Biodiversity Unit, FI-20014 University of Turku, FinlandVersion of Record, published online 11 May 2018; published in print 21 October 2019

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The Neotropical cryptine genus Lissaspis Townes is reviewed, comprising 26 species, of which, 17 are described as new, more than doubling the known species: L. aurea sp. n. from Peru, L. brevis sp. n. from Costa Rica and Ecuador, L. brunnea sp. n. from Costa Rica, L. erwini sp. n. from Ecuador, L. excavata sp. n. and L. longigena sp. n. from Venezuela, L. mesostriata sp. n. from Ecuador, L. oaxacana sp. n. from Mexico, L. reijoi sp. n. and L. rugosa sp. n. from Ecuador, L. soniae sp. n. from Costa Rica, L. townesorum sp. n. from Peru, L. variabilis sp. n. from Costa Rica, L. vermelhensis sp. n. from Brazil, L. victori sp. n. from Costa Rica, and L. waorani sp. n. and L. yasuniensis sp. n. from Ecuador. An illustrated identification key and distribution maps of all species are provided.

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