Pristiphora fernandezi D.R. Smith, 2003,

Boeve, Jean-Luc, Marin-Armijos, Diego S., Dominguez, Diego F. & Smith, David R., 2016, Sawflies (Hymenoptera: Argidae, Pergidae, Tenthredinidae) from southern Ecuador, with a new record for the country and some ecological data, Journal of Hymenoptera Research 51, pp. 55-89: 68

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scientific name

Pristiphora fernandezi D.R. Smith, 2003
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Taxon classification Animalia Hymenoptera Tenthredinidae

Pristiphora fernandezi D.R. Smith, 2003  Fig. 18

Distribution.

Pristiphora  is the only native genus of Nematinae  in the Neotropics. Nine species were recorded by Smith (2003), from Mexico to Brazil. Pristiphora fernandezi  was described from Colombia, and the specimen from the Podocarpus NP is the first record of both the species and genus from Ecuador.

Material.

Station Colibrí, Podocarpus NP, 03°59'S, 079°06'W, 2170m, 17-20.10.2014, with yellow pan trap, P3948 (1 ♀), leg. A. Pauly, J.-L. Boevé.