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Review of the order Stepsiptera

, : Review of the order Stepsiptera. Systematic Entomology 14(1): 41-92

The morphology, biology and life history of the immature stages, the free-living and the neotenic females (of the suborders Mengenillidia and Stylopidia, resp.) and the free-living males of the order Strepsiptera are discussed. Strepsiptera are entomophagous parasitoids and are known to parasitize 7 orders and 35 families of insects, including some species of economic importance. The morphological and physiological changes they cause to the host insect are outlined.


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