Journal of the New York Entomological Society
For several years past I have been classifying, arranging and determining the Japanese Hymenoptera in the National Museum, presented by several valued correspondents, among whom special mention should be made of Dr. Mitsukuri, of Tokyo, Mr. Y. Nawa, of Gifu, Dr. Matsumura, of Sapporo, and Mr. A. Koebele, now government entomologist of the Hawaiian Islands, whose contributions are of especial value and contain many new species, particularly among the parasitic families. The new species in the superfamilies Sphecoidea, Vespoidea, Proctotrypoidea, Cynipoidea and Chalcidoidea are treated here. Those in the Ichneumonoidea and other superfamilies will be described in another paper.
Ashmead, William H., "Descriptions of Two New Hymenoptera from Japan - I" (1904). An. Paper 90.