Species

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Ophion euterpe Gauld, 1988

Ophion euterpe Gauld, 1988:34, ♀. Holotype ♀, Panama: Barro Colorado Island, v.1978 (Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie, Leiden, The Netherlands, leg. Wolda).

Sponsorship

The species Ophion euterpe Gauld, 1988 has by now no sponsor. You can take the sponsorship for Ophion euterpe Gauld, 1988 and here at this place your name and your foto would be placed.

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Distribution

PANPanama
(Gauld, 1988)

Literature

  • Gauld, I.D. 1988 A survey of the Ophioninae (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) of tropical Mesoamerica with special reference to the fauna of Costa Rica. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) 57 (1):1-309.