Proceedings form the United States National Museum
Smithsonian Institution United States National Museum
WHEN looking through the undetermined Psammocharidae in the United States National Museum I found several specimens of an apparently undescribed form that drew my interest. I had already had a specimen of this species under scrutiny in the American Museum of Natural History in New York, but had hesitated to describe it from only one sex. In Washington I found both sexes represented. This is the first record of the subfamily Notocyphinae from the Asiatic continent. The general appearance is that of Notooyphus, but the labrum is not fully extended, a character that made me hesitate at first to attribute it to the subfamily.
Babiy, Paul Peter, "A New Genus of Psammocharid Wasp from China" (1941). An. Paper 176.
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