Pediaspidini

Buffington, Matthew L., Forshage, Mattias, Liljeblad, Johan, Tang, Chang-Ti & Noort, Simon van, 2020, World Cynipoidea (Hymenoptera): A Key to Higher- Level Groups, Insect Systematics and Diversity 4 (2020), No. 1, pp. 1-69 : 46

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https://doi.org/ 10.1093/isd/ixaa003

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scientific name

Pediaspidini
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Pediaspidini

Figs. 217 View Plate 12 and 218

The name has been rendered alternately as Pediaspini and Pediaspidini in literature. Pediaspidini is the linguistically correct, and there is no prevailing usage that speaks for the other option. This tribe of Palearctic species gall Acer spp. Himalocynips (biology

unknown) was originally described in its own family ( Yoshimoto 1970).

Biology. Gall inducers on maple trees ( Acer spp; Sapindaceae ).

Distribution. Palearctic Region. Himalocynips only known from Nepal ( Yoshimoto 1970).

Relevant literature. Ronquist (1995b) suggested the inclusion of Himalocynips within Pediaspidini , and has been followed since.

Classification.

Pediaspidini Ashmead, 1903

Himalocynips Yoshimoto, 1970 ; 1 species Himalaya

Pediaspis Tischbein, 1852 ; 1 species wPA, NT

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Cynipidae

Loc

Pediaspidini

Buffington, Matthew L., Forshage, Mattias, Liljeblad, Johan, Tang, Chang-Ti & Noort, Simon van 2020
2020
Loc

Himalocynips

Yoshimoto 1970
1970
Loc

Pediaspis

Tischbein 1852
1852