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A Contribution to the Study of the Dipterous Parasites of the European Earwig (Forficula auricularia, L.)

, : A Contribution to the Study of the Dipterous Parasites of the European Earwig (Forficula auricularia, L.). Parasitology. Cambridge, 20: 2, 123-158

In view of proposals to introduce natural enemies of Forficula auricularia, L., into New Zealand and parts of the United States, a study has been made of the two Dipterous parasites of this earwig in Europe. These are Digonochaeta setipennis, Fall., and Rhacodineura antiqua, Mg. The literature with regard to these two species is reviewed, and a detailed original account of the anatomy and biology of each is given. The exact time of emergence of D. setipennis is not known.


DOI: 10.1017/s0031182000011549

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