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Ophion bilineatus Say, 1828

Ophion bilineatus Say, 1828:75, sex not indicated. HookerHooker, C.W. 1912 The Ichneumon flies of America belonging to the tribe Ophionini. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 38 (1):1-176.:38 Indiana. Type lost. - Cresson, 1872Cresson, E.T. 1872 Hymenoptera Texana. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 4:153-292. (distribution); Hooker, 1912Hooker, C.W. 1912 The Ichneumon flies of America belonging to the tribe Ophionini. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 38 (1):1-176. (distribution); Wolcott, 1948Wolcott, G.N. 1948 The insects of Puerto Rico. The Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 32 (4):749-975. (distribution).

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Area distribution map

map of Ophion bilineatus     Say, 1828

Distribution

ARGArgentina
(Hooker, 1912)
BLZBelize
(Hooker, 1912)
BRABrazil
(Hooker, 1912)
CAN-NeFCanada - Newfoundland
(Hooker, 1912)
CAN-OntCanada - Ontario
(Hooker, 1912)
CHLChile
(Hooker, 1912)
DOMDominican Republic
(Hooker, 1912)
JAMJamaica
(Hooker, 1912)
MEXMexico
(Hooker, 1912)
PRIPuerto Rico
(Hooker, 1912; Wolcott, 1948)
USA-AlkUnited States - Alaska
(Hooker, 1912)
USA-CalUnited States - California
(Hooker, 1912)
USA-FloUnited States - Florida
(Hooker, 1912)
USA-MaiUnited States - Maine
(Hooker, 1912)
USA-MonUnited States - Montana
(Hooker, 1912)
USA-OhiUnited States - Ohio
(Hooker, 1912)
USA-TexUnited States - Texas
(Cresson, 1872; Hooker, 1912)
USA-WasUnited States - Washington
(Hooker, 1912)

Literature

  • Cresson, E.T. 1872 Hymenoptera Texana. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 4:153-292.
  • Hooker, C.W. 1912 The Ichneumon flies of America belonging to the tribe Ophionini. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 38 (1):1-176.
  • Say, T. 1828 A description of some new species of Hymenoptera of the United States. Contributions of the Maclurian Lyceum to the Arts and Sciences 1:67-83.
  • Wolcott, G.N. 1948 The insects of Puerto Rico. The Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 32 (4):749-975.