The aulacid wasp fauna of Western Australia with descriptions of six new species

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ABSTRACT – This study describes for the first time the Aulacidae from Western Australia, a fauna that comprises six geographically isolated species. Three new species of Aulacus; A. douglasi, A. houstoni, and A. mcmillani, and three new species of Pristaulacus; P. curryi, P. davisi, and P. mouldsi, are described. At the same time, a key to genera and species is presented, along with a diagnosis for Aulacus and Pristaulacus, and notes on their taxonomic history and species diversity.

Author(s) John T. Jennings, Andrew D. Austin and Nicholas B. Stevens
Volume
Records 22 : Part 2
Article Published
2004
Page Number
115

DOI
10.18195/issn.0312-3162.22(2).2004.115-128