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“…Remarks. H. castaneus is similar to H. konbaung Perkovsky, Olmi, Müller & Martynova, 2019, known from Burmese amber, for the following characters: face Figure 1. Hybristodryinus castaneus sp.…”
Section: Genus Hybristodryinus Engel 2005mentioning
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“…Remarks. H. castaneus is similar to H. konbaung Perkovsky, Olmi, Müller & Martynova, 2019, known from Burmese amber, for the following characters: face Figure 1. Hybristodryinus castaneus sp.…”
Section: Genus Hybristodryinus Engel 2005mentioning
“…indicate "pronotum with lateral regions protruding" among the characters of the generic diagnosis. However, this character is not visible in all known males (as in H. pyu Perkovsky, Olmi, Müller & Martynova, 2019) Diagnosis. Female: macropterous, with disc of pronotum shaped as an isosceles triangle; notauli incomplete, reaching about 0.7 × length of mesoscutum (Fig.…”
Section: Genus Hybristodryinus Engel 2005mentioning
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“…In recent years, a significant number of species of Dryinidae have been described from different fossiliferous deposits Guglielmino et al 2018;Perkovsky et al 2019). Currently, 73 extinct species of Dryinidae are known from amber inclu-sions and rock impressions Guglielmino et al 2018;Perkovsky et al 2019Perkovsky et al , 2020aMartins and Melo 2019;Martynova et al 2020;Olmi et al 2020).…”
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“…In recent years, a significant number of species of Dryinidae have been described from different fossiliferous deposits Guglielmino et al 2018;Perkovsky et al 2019). Currently, 73 extinct species of Dryinidae are known from amber inclu-sions and rock impressions Guglielmino et al 2018;Perkovsky et al 2019Perkovsky et al , 2020aMartins and Melo 2019;Martynova et al 2020;Olmi et al 2020). The Dominican amber is the third largest deposit in number of fossil dryinid species (Kachin Burmese amber in first with 33 species and Baltic amber in second with 22 species), with a total of 14 species of the following genera: Aphelopus Dalman, Dryinus Latreille, Harpactosphecion Haupt and Thaumatodryinus Perkovsky et al 2019Perkovsky et al , 2020aMartynova et al 2019).…”
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