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Type: Journal article
Title: Order hymenoptera
Author: Aguiar, A.
Deans, A.
Engel, M.
Forshage, M.
Huber, J.
Jennings, J.
Johnson, N.
Lelej, A.
Longino, J.
Lohrmann, V.
Miko, I.
Ohl, M.
Rasmussen, C.
Taeger, A.
Yu, D.
Citation: Zootaxa, 2013; 3703(1):51-62
Publisher: Magnolia Press
Issue Date: 2013
ISSN: 1175-5326
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Alexandre P. Aguiar, Andrew R. Deans, Michael S. Engel, Mattias Forshage, John T. Huber, John T. Jennings, Norman F. Johnson, Arkady S. Lelej, John T. Longino, Volker Lohrmann, István Mikó, Michael Ohl, Claus Rasmussen, Andreas Taeger & Dicky Sick Ki Yu
Abstract: An updated classification of the order Hymenoptera is provided with the current numbers of genera and species described so far specified. The order is composed of 2 suborders, 27 superfamilies, 132 families, 8423 extant genera with an additional 685 extinct genera. Considered one of the most species-rich insects orders a total of 153088 extant species have been described, in addition to 2429 extinct species.
Keywords: Ants; Bees; Classification; Diversity; Hymenoptera; Wasps
Rights: © 2013 Magnolia Press.
RMID: 0020131365
DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.3703.1.12
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