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Species of the family Aphelinidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) comprise many of the most widely used and successful entomophagous biological control agents. An annotated list of the 11 genera and 81 species of the family Aphelinidae known to occur in Egypt and a key to genera of Aphelinidae in Egypt are provided.

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Myartseva, S. N. (1983): New species of parasitic Hymenoptera (Hymenoptera, Encyrtidae). Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Turkmenskoy SSR (Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk) 1, 66–68. Myartseva S. N. New

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Sphaerolecaniumprunastri (Homoptera: Coccidae) in Rumania. In: V. K. Gupta and E. J. Brill (eds): Advances in Parasitic Hymenoptera Research. Proc. of the II Conference on the Taxonomy and Biology of Parasitic Hymenoptera Leiden, Netherlands. pp. 389

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genera of parasitic Hymenoptera of the family Signiphoridae (Hymenoptera: Chaleidoidea) . Ent. Obozr, Moscow, 44 , 866 – 884 . Smith , H. S. and Compere , H. ( 1928 ): A preliminary report on the insect parasites of the black scale, Saissetia

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. Res. 43 : 330 – 334 . Bartlett , B.R. 1951 . The action of certain “inert” dust materials on parasitic Hymenoptera . J. Economic Entomol. 44 : 891 – 896

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2006 Trjapitzin, V. A. (1989): Parasitic Hymenoptera of the Fam. Encyrtidae of Palaearctics. Opredeliteli po Faune SSSR. Zoologicheskim Institutom

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., Legner, E.F. and Caltagirone, L.E., 1999. Biology of parasitic Hymenoptera. In: Bellows, T.S., Fisher, T.W., Caltagirone, L.E., Dahlsten, D.L., Gordh, G. and Huffaker, C.B. (Eds.). Handbook of Biological Control: Principles and Applications of Biological

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