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Checklist of British and Irish Hymenoptera - Ichneumonidae
expand article info Gavin R. Broad
‡ The Natural History Museum, London, United Kingdom
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Abstract

Background

The checklist of British and Irish Ichneumonidae is revised, based in large part on the collections of the Natural History Museum, London and the National Museums of Scotland, Edinburgh. Distribution records are provided at the country level.

New information

Of the 2,447 species regarded as valid and certainly identified, 214 are here recorded for the first time from the British Isles. Neorhacodinae is considered to be a separate subfamily rather than a synonym of Tersilochinae. Echthrini is treated as a junior synonym of the tribe Cryptini, not Hemigastrini. Echthrus Gravenhorst and Helcostizus Förster are classified in Cryptini rather than, respectively, Hemigastrini and Phygadeuontini.

Keywords

Britain, Ireland, fauna, Ichneumonoidea

Introduction

The Ichneumonidae is one of two families of the superfamily Ichneumonoidea, along with the Braconidae. Given the size of each family in Britain (over 1,300 braconids and nearly 2,500 ichneumonids) we are publishing the two checklists separately. This is one part of a series of papers revising the British and Irish list of Hymenoptera, that started with Broad (2014), Broad and Livermore (2014b), Broad and Livermore (2014a) and Liston et al. (2014). For the background and rationale behind these British Hymenoptera checklists see Broad (2014). The bases for the ichneumonid taxonomy are Yu and Horstmann (1997) and Taxapad (Yu et al. 2012) (ichneumonid data for both compiled by Klaus Horstmann). I have not relied on Yu et al. (2012) for data on species occurrence in Britain. Rather, I have relied mostly on the primary literature and collections, especially NMS and BMNH. Indeed, large parts of the checklist rely on original work, identifying specimens in these collections. The collections of the NMS have been invaluable in updating this checklist as Mark Shaw has very actively encouraged taxonomists to use the collections, which contain a large amount of recently collected, often reared, material. The late J.F. Perkins also did a huge amount to improve the BMNH collection of Ichneumonidae that was not really reflected in his published output. I have made great use of Perkins’s identifications as well as Horstmann’s, Andrey Khalaim’s and many other workers, including my own. Many Irish records are taken from O'Connor et al. (2007).

All additions to and deletions from the British list since Fitton (1978) are recorded as well as country-level distribution within the British Isles (but regarding the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland as one geographical unit), i.e. England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Isle of Man. The current numbers of valid, certainly identified ichneumonid species are listed per subfamily and by country in Table 1. This highlights the lack of data from countries other than England. Because the ichneumonid literature is extensive and scattered I also provide many taxonomic references. Some changes to classification are employed here, following molecular phylogenetic studies (Laurenne et al. 2006, Quicke et al. 2009). Two genera that are usually classified in Hemigastrini and Phygadeuontini - Echthrus Gravenhorst and Helcostizus Förster - are transferred to Cryptini (as originally suggested by Laurenne et al. 2006), which means that Echthrini Narayanan & Lal, 1958, becomes a junior synonym of Cryptini Kirby, 1837. And, contrary to Quicke et al. (2009), Neorhacodinae is again regarded as a valid subfamily, not as a synonym of Tersilochinae, following phylogenetic work by A.M.R. Bennett et al. (in prep.) and reflecting differences in host use.

Numbers of confirmed British and Irish Ichneumonidae broken down by subfamily and country. Totals do not include manuscript names or uncertain identifications.

subfamily

total valid species

England

Scotland

Wales

Ireland

Isle of Man

Acaenitinae

6

3

2

Adelognathinae

19

18

8

4

11

2

Agriotypinae

1

1

1

1

Alomyinae

2

2

1

1

1

Anomaloninae

38

36

20

14

13

3

Banchinae

132

122

65

21

55

5

Campopleginae

361

284

169

41

122

22

Collyriinae

2

2

Cremastinae

15

15

1

2

7

Cryptinae

529

404

245

123

140

40

Ctenopelmatinae

295

244

147

35

30

19

Cylloceriinae

5

5

3

4

Diacritinae

1

1

1

1

Diplazontinae

60

57

45

35

40

22

Eucerotinae

3

3

2

2

Hybrizontinae

2

2

1

Ichneumoninae

383

334

181

81

176

28

Lycorininae

1

1

1

1

Mesochorinae

86

73

25

4

11

3

Metopiinae

76

67

42

10

14

1

Microleptinae

3

3

3

2

2

Neorhacodinae

1

1

1

1

Ophioninae

27

26

19

15

10

1

Orthopelmatinae

2

2

1

2

1

Oxytorinae

2

2

2

2

Pimplinae

109

103

64

52

56

20

Poemeniinae

6

6

1

2

2

Rhyssinae

2

2

2

1

1

1

Stilbopinae

5

4

4

1

3

Tersilochinae

81

73

27

9

46

1

Tryphoninae

179

153

108

37

53

20

Xoridinae

13

13

4

3

4

2447

2062

1195

498

807

189

Figs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 illustrate a tiny part of the diversity of Ichneumonidae. A handbook to the British fauna (Broad, Shaw & Fitton, in prep.) provides an introduction to the biology, classification and identification of this family of parasitoid wasps and will be published soon.

Figure 1.

Representative British Ichneumonidae

aAnomaloninae: Erigorgus cerinops (Gravenhorst) female (courtesy of B. Formstone)
bAnomaloninae: Heteropelma amictum (Fabricius) male (courtesy of I. Middlebrook)
cBanchinae: Lissonota lineolaris (Gmelin) female probing for Apamea (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) larva (courtesy of P. Adams)
dBanchinae: Banchus volutatorius (Linnaeus) male (courtesy of A. Watson Featherstone)
Figure 2.

Representative British Ichneumonidae

aCampopleginae: cocoon of Hyposoter sp. ex Acronicta psi (Linnaeus) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) (courtesy of B. Formstone)
bCryptinae: Colocnema rufina (Gravenhorst) female
cCryptinae: Polytribax perspicillator (Gravenhorst) male (courtesy of J. Early)
dCtenopelmatinae: Euryproctus sp. female (courtesy of D. Bateson)
Figure 3.

Representative British Ichneumonidae

aCtenopelmatinae: Protarchus melanurus (Thomson) female (courtesy of B. Formstone)
bCtenopelmatinae: Cimbex (Hymenoptera: Cimbicidae) cocoon with Protarchus melanurus (Thomson) emergence hole (courtesy of B. Formstone)
cIchneumoninae: Ichneumon sarcitorius Linnaeus female (courtesy of J. Bingham)
dMetopiinae: Metopius dentatus (Fabricius) ex Lasiocampa quercus callunae Palmer (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae) pupa (courtesy of F. Stark)
Figure 4.

Representative British Ichneumonidae

aOphioninae: Enicospilus ramidulus (Linnaeus) (courtesy of P. Brock)
bOphioninae: Ophion obscuratus Fabricius (courtesy of H. Taylor, BMNH)
cOrthocentrinae: Entypoma sp. (courtesy of T. LeGrand)
dOrthocentrinae: Plectiscidea sp. (courtesy of M. Stemmer)
Figure 5.

Representative British Ichneumonidae

aPimplinae: Perithous scurra (Panzer) female (courtesy of P. Adams)
bPimplinae: Tromatobia lineatoria (Villers) female (courtesy of J. Davison)
cTryphoninae: Thymaris niger (Taschenberg) female (courtesy of T. LeGrand)
dTryphoninae: Excavarus sp. (details unfortunately lost)

Materials and methods

For a more detailed description of the background and rationale to the Hymenoptera checklist, see Broad (2014). I provide rather extensive Palaearctic synonymy and citations because if you do not have access to the Taxapad database (Yu et al. 2012) it can be very difficult to trace the fate of names in the voluminous and scattered literature, although some of the functionality of the catalogue is available online. Conventions and abbreviations are listed below.

[species] taxon deleted from the British and Irish list

BMNH Natural History Museum, London

NMS National Museums of Scotland, Edinburgh

UM Ulster Museum [J. Brock collection]

# known introductions occurring only under artificial conditions

? status (including uncertain synonymy) or identification in the British Isles uncertain

misident. has been misidentified as this name

nom. dub. nomen dubium, a name of doubtful status

nom. ob. nomen oblitum, ‘forgotten name’, does not have priority over a younger name

nom. nov. nomen novum, a replacement name

nom. nud. nomen nudum, an unavailable name, with no type specimen

preocc. name preoccupied (junior homonym)

stat. rev. status revocatus, revived status (e.g., raised from synonymy)

unavailable name unavailable under provisions of the ICZN code

var. variety, only available as a valid name under certain provisions of the ICZN code

When there are no countries listed for a species, there are two explanations. First, the species has been carried over from the previous checklist (Fitton 1978) and, although I have not seen any British specimens I have no reason to doubt the original identification. Second, specimens in collections are labelled with imprecise locality data, such as 'Great Britain'. This is the case with many of the older collections.

Alternative versions of the checklist can be downloaded here as a Word document or Excel spreadsheet under supplementary materials: Suppl. materials 1, 2. The British and Irish ichneumonid checklist, together with the entire Hymenoptera checklist, will be kept up to date in a Scratchpad, Hymenoptera of the British Isles.

Acaenitinae

Subfamily ACAENITINAE Förster, 1869

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Tribes within Acaenitinae (formerly Acaenitini and Coleocentrini) were abandoned by Wahl and Gauld (1998). Distribution data from Fitton (1981) and Shaw and Wahl (1989), with further references given.

Genus Acaenitus Latreille, 1809

Nomenclature: 

ACOENITES Latreille, 1810

ACOENITUS Griffith, 1832

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Acaenitus dubitator (Panzer, 1800)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon dubitator Panzer, 1800

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Scotland

Genus Arotes Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

ASTHENOMERIS Förster, 1869

SPHALERUS Kriechbaumer, 1878

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annulicornis synonymised by Varga (2013)

Arotes albicinctus Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

bifasciatus (Kriechbaumer, 1878, Sphalerus)

annulicornis Kriechbaumer, 1894

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England

Genus Coleocentrus Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

MACROCOLEUS Desvignes, 1850

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Coleocentrus croceicornis (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Macrus croceicornis Gravenhorst, 1829

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England
Notes: 

Coleocentrus soleatus (Gravenhorst, 1829, Macrus) was removed from synonymy by Kasparyan and Khalaim (2007a).

Coleocentrus excitator (Poda, 1761)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon excitator Poda, 1761

segmentator (Fabricius, 1793, Ichneumon)

gigantor (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

longiventris (Gravenhorst, 1829, Macrus)

segmentatrix (Schulz, 1906, Lissonota)

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Scotland
Notes: 

added by Shaw (1986)

Genus Leptacoenites Strobl, 1902

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Leptacoenites notabilis (Desvignes, 1856)

Nomenclature: 

Lampronota notabilis Desvignes, 1856

frauenfeldi (Tschek, 1869, Lissonota)

marginatus (Kriechbaumer, 1899, Heterolabis)

petiolaris (Kriechbaumer, 1899, Heterolabis)

tscheki (Strobl, 1902, Procinetus)

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Genus Phaenolobus Förster, 1869

Nomenclature: 

CHORISCHIZUS Förster, 1869

MOLDACOENITUS Constantineanu & Constantineanu, 1968

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Phaenolobus terebrator (Scopoli, 1763)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon terebrator Scopoli, 1763

arator (Rossi, 1790, Ichneumon)

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England

Adelognathinae

Subfamily ADELOGNATHINAE Thomson, 1888

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Distribution data from Fitton et al. (1982)supplemented by the collections of NMS, with further references given. Note that, according to the molecular phylogenetic results of Laurenne et al. (2006), Adelognathus may be an aberrant genus of Cryptinae.

Genus Adelognathus Holmgren, 1857

Nomenclature: 

PAMMICRA Förster, 1869

NOTOMERIS Förster, 1869

CNEMISCHYS Förster, 1869

EPITROPUS Rossem, 1990

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Epitropus synonymised by Broad (2004)

Adelognathus acantholydae Kasparyan, 1986

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Scotland
Notes: 
NMS, det. Shaw, added here

Adelognathus brevicornis Holmgren, 1857

Nomenclature: 

limbatus Thomson, 1888

montivagator Aubert, 1976

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Distribution: 

England, Scotland, Ireland

Notes: 

The chrysopygus (Grav.) referred to by Fitton et al. (1982) actually refers to punctulatus Thoms.; chrysopygus is the correct name for the species referred to as granulatus Perkins by Fitton et al. (1982) (Kasparyan 1986). Some distribution data from Bennett et al. (2002).

Adelognathus britannicus Perkins, 1943

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England

Adelognathus chrysopygus (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Hemiteles chrysopygus Gravenhorst, 1829

granulatus Perkins, 1943

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England, Scotland, Ireland, Isle of Man

Adelognathus difformis Holmgren, 1857

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England
Notes: 
NMS, det. Shaw, added here

Adelognathus dorsalis (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Hemiteles dorsalis Gravenhorst, 1829

melanius Roman, 1918

insolitus (Rossem, 1990, Epitropus)

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England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Isle of Man
Notes: 

insolitus synonymised by Broad (2004)

Adelognathus laevicollis Thomson, 1883

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England, Ireland

Adelognathus leucotrochi Shaw & Wahl, 2014

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England, Scotland
Notes: 

added by Shaw and Wahl (2014)

Adelognathus nigriceps Thomson, 1888

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England, Wales
Notes: 

some distribution data from Askew (2000)

Adelognathus nigrifrons Holmgren, 1857

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England, Ireland
Notes: 

added by Fitton et al. (1982)

Adelognathus obscurus Kasparyan, 1986

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England, Scotland
Notes: 

added by Kasparyan (1990)

Adelognathus pallipes (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Plectiscus pallipes Gravenhorst, 1829

ruthei Holmgren, 1857

pallidipes (Marshall, 1872, Plectiscus)

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England, Scotland, Ireland

Adelognathus pilosus Thomson, 1888

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England

Adelognathus punctulatus Thomson, 1883

Nomenclature: 

chrysopygus misident.

pallipes Holmgren, 1857 preocc.

dimidiatus Thomson, 1888

pallidipes Dalla Torre, 1901

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England, Ireland

Adelognathus pusillus Holmgren, 1857

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England, Wales, Ireland

Adelognathus stelfoxi Fitton, Gauld & Shaw, 1982

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England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland

Notes: 

added by Fitton et al. (1982); Ely (2001)

Adelognathus tenthredinarum (Giraud, 1872)

Nomenclature: 

Plectiscus tenthredinarum Giraud, 1872

nigricornis Thomson, 1888

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England

Adelognathus tetratinctorius (Thunberg, 1824)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon tetratinctorius Thunberg, 1824

fasciatus Thomson, 1883

scabriculus Thomson, 1883

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England, Ireland

Adelognathus thomsoni Schmiedeknecht, 1911

Nomenclature: 

thuringiacus Schmiedeknecht, 1911

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England, Ireland

Agriotypinae

Subfamily AGRIOTYPINAE Haliday, 1838

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Distribution data from Bennett (2001), Howe and Howe (2005) and the collections of the NMS.

Genus Agriotypus Curtis, 1832

Nomenclature: 

CROTOPUS Holmgren, 1859

ATOPOTYPUS Chao, 1992

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Atopotypus synonymised by Bennett (2001)

Agriotypus armatus Curtis, 1832

Nomenclature: 

abnormis (Holmgren, 1859, Crotopus)

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England, Scotland, Wales

Alomyinae

Subfamily ALOMYINAE Förster, 1869

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Alomya has frequently been placed in its own subfamily, Alomyinae (e.g. Perkins 1959), or in a separate tribe within the Ichneumoninae (Diller 1981, Selfa and Diller 1994) but a close relationship with Colpognathus and Centeterus was proposed by Wahl and Mason (1995), with the result that the ichneumonine tribe here called Phaeogenini took the name Alomyini. Based on the molecular phylogenetic results of Laurenne et al. (2006) Alomya and Megalomya Uchida are considered here to comprise a separate subfamily.

Genus Alomya Panzer, 1806

Nomenclature: 

ALOMYIA misspelling

HALOMYA Billberg, 1820

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Distribution data from Perkins (1952), Perkins (1959) and the NMS.

Alomya debellator (Fabricius, 1775)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon debellator Fabricius, 1775

fischeri (Schrank, 1776, Ichneumon)

trituberculata (Gmelin, 1790, Ichneumon)

ovator (Fabricius, 1793, Ichneumon)

victor Curtis, 1826

nigra Gravenhorst, 1829

debellatrix Schulz, 1906

victrix Schulz, 1906

silvicola Ulbricht, 1909 unavailable

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England, Scotland, Ireland, Isle of Man

Alomya semiflava Stephens, 1835

Nomenclature: 

minor Ulbricht, 1909 unvailable

minor Ulbricht, 1911 preocc.

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England

Anomaloninae

Subfamily ANOMALONINAE Viereck, 1918

Nomenclature: 

ANOMALINAE misspelling

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Distribution data mostly taken from the collections of the NMS and BMNH, supplemented by Gauld and Mitchell (1977a), unless noted otherwise. Most of the NMS and some of the BMNH material has been identified recently by H. Schnee.

Tribe ANOMALONINI Viereck, 1918

Nomenclature: 

ANOMALINI misspelling

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Genus Anomalon Panzer, 1804

Nomenclature: 

TRACHYNOTUS Gravenhorst, 1829 preocc.

OCHLERUS Gistel, 1848 preocc.

NOTOTRACHYS Marshall, 1872

ANOMALUM Schulz, 1906

TRACHYOPTERUS Morley, 1912

PSEUDONOTOTRACHYS Meyer, 1930

MICROCREMASTUS Hedwig, 1961

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Anomalon cruentatum (Geoffroy, 1785)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon cruentatus Geoffroy, 1785

petiolatum (Geoffroy, 1785, Ichneumon)

foliator (Fabricius, 1798, Ophion)

cruentatum Panzer, 1804

humerale (Brullé, 1832, Trachynotus)

epiphanii Izquierdo, 1977

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Distribution: 
England

Tribe GRAVENHORSTIINI Enderlein, 1912

Nomenclature: 

THERIONINI Viereck, 1918

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Species of Gravenhorstiini excluded from the British and Irish list:

[PERISPHINCTER Townes, 1961 brevicollis (Wesmael, 1849, Anomalon)] Gauld and Mitchell (1977a) recorded one specimen of brevicollis from Killiecrankie, Scotland, as a species of Agrypon. As this species is now included in Perisphincter (Schnee 1978), a genus which Gauld knew at the time, and the specimen is lost (M.R. Shaw, pers. comm.), this is considered here to be a misidentification.

Genus Agrypon Förster, 1860

Nomenclature: 

AGRYPUM Schulz, 1906

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much synonymy from Schnee (2008)

species of Agrypon excluded from the British and Irish list:

[interruptus (Desvignes, 1856, Anomalon)] Listed as a doubtfully placed species of Agrypon by Fitton (1978), but Gauld and Mitchell (1977b) had established that this species is actually an exotic cremastine. Currently listed in Yu and Horstmann (1997) as a doubtfully placed species of Cremastus.

Agrypon anomelas (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon anomelas Gravenhorst, 1829

anomalas misspelling

furtivum Förster, 1860

trochanteratum (Holmgren, 1860, Anomalon)

rufipes Kiss, 1926

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England
Notes: 

George (1978) provides information on its occurrence in Britain

Agrypon anxium (Wesmael, 1849)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon anxium Wesmael, 1849

pictum Kiss, 1924

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England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland

Agrypon batis (Ratzeburg, 1855)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon batis Ratzeburg, 1855

serpentinum Förster, 1860

stenostigma (Thomson, 1892, Anomalon)

segne (Tosquinet, 1896, Anomalon)

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England, Scotland, Ireland
Notes: 

NMS, BMNH, det. Schnee, added here

Agrypon brachycerum Hellén, 1950

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England, Scotland
Notes: 

NMS, BMNH, det. Schnee, added here. Listed as a synonym of anxium in Yu and Horstmann (1997).

Agrypon canaliculatum (Ratzeburg, 1844)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon canaliculatum Ratzeburg, 1844

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England, Scotland
Notes: 

NMS, BMNH, det. Schnee, added here. Misidentified canaliculatum of authors is Habronyx nigricornis (Wesm.).

Agrypon clandestinum (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon clandestinum Gravenhorst, 1829

delarvatum misident.

capillosum (Hartig, 1838, Anomalon)

affine (Holmgren, 1857, Anomalon)

brachypterum Förster, 1860

clandestinum Förster, 1860 preocc.

ruficoxis (Szépligeti, 1899, Labrorychus)

flavopunctatum (Kiss, 1933, Blaptocampus)

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England, Scotland, Ireland, Isle of Man

Agrypon flaveolatum (Gravenhorst, 1807)

Nomenclature: 

Ophion flaveolatum Gravenhorst, 1807

cribrator (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

laedator (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

arquatum (Gravenhorst, 1829, Anomalon)

septentrionale (Holmgren, 1857, Anomalon)

aggressorium Förster, 1860

confusum Förster, 1860

elegantulum Förster, 1860

rubricatum Förster, 1860

rubricatum (Förster, 1878, Atrometus) preocc.

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England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland

Agrypon flexorium (Thunberg, 1824)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon flexorium Thunberg, 1824

tenuicorne (Gravenhorst, 1829, Anomalon)

subclavatum Förster, 1860

anaitidis (Szépligeti, 1899, Labrorychus)

sibiricum (Shestakov, 1923, Labrorychus)

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England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland
Notes: 

Agrypon polyxenae (Szépligeti, 1899, Labrorychus) removed from synonymy by Schnee (2008).

Agrypon gracilipes (Curtis, 1839)

Nomenclature: 

Therion gracilipes Curtis, 1839

debile (Wesmael, 1849, Anomalon)

meridionator Aubert, 1964 preocc.

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Distribution: 
England, Wales

Agrypon interstitiale Schnee, 1989

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England, Scotland
Notes: 

NMS, BMNH, det. Schnee, added here

Agrypon minutum (Bridgman & Fitch, 1884)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon minutum Bridgman & Fitch, 1884

minutum (Bridgman, 1884, Anomalon) preocc.

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England, Scotland, Wales
Notes: 

Listed as a synonym of anxium (Wesm.) in Yu and Horstmann (1997), treated by Schnee as a valid species, but unpublished.

Agrypon rugifer (Thomson, 1894)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon rugifer Thomson, 1894

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Wales
Notes: 
NMS, det. Schnee, added here

Agrypon varitarsum (Wesmael, 1849)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon varitarsum Wesmael, 1849

cognatum Förster, 1860

nigripes (Bridgman, 1887, Anomalon)

variitarsum Dalla Torre, 1901

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England, Scotland, Ireland

Agrypon sp. H

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England, Wales
Notes: 

NMS, BMNH, det. Schnee, added here

Genus Aphanistes Förster, 1869

Nomenclature: 

ANOCHILACRUM Enderlein, 1921

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Aphanistes bellicosus (Wesmael, 1849)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon bellicosum Wesmael, 1849

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Distribution: 
England
Notes: 
NMS, det. Schnee, added here

Aphanistes gliscens (Hartig, 1838)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon gliscens Hartig, 1838

bellicosus misident.

xanthopus misident.

armatus (Wesmael, 1849, Anomalon)

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Aphanistes ruficornis (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon ruficorne Gravenhorst, 1829

excavatus (Ratzeburg, 1848, Anomalon)

wesmaeli (Holmgren, 1856, Anomalon)

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Genus Atrometus Förster, 1869

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synonymy follows Schnee (2008)

Atrometus ? insignis Förster, 1878

Nomenclature: 

rubricatus Förster, 1878

trachynotus (Brauns, 1895, Anomalon)

melanosoma Szépligeti, 1899

pulchellator Aubert, 1971

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No British specimen could be located in the depositories cited by Gauld and Mitchell (1977b) (M.R. Shaw, pers comm.).

Genus Barylypa Förster, 1869

Nomenclature: 

LAPHYCTES Förster, 1869

SARNTHEINIA Dalla Torre, 1901

HADROMANUS Szépligeti, 1905

MAGNIBUCCA Morley, 1913

TROCHISCOMERUS Meyer, 1931

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some synonymy from Schnee (2008)

Barylypa delictor (Thunberg, 1824)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon delictor Thunberg, 1824

perspicillator (Gravenhorst, 1829, Anomalon)

affinis (Lucas, 1849, Anomalon)

menyanthidis (Boie, 1855, Anomalon)

mesozona (Förster, 1878, Laphyctes)

genalis (Thomson, 1892, Anomalon)

frisiaca Habermehl, 1922

temporalis Meyer, 1935

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Barylypa propugnator (Förster, 1855)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon propugnator Förster, 1855

insidiator (Förster, 1878, Laphyctes)

carinata (Brischke, 1880, Anomalon)

cylindrica (Bridgman & Fitch, 1884, Anomalon)

cylindrica (Bridgman, 1884, Anomalon) preocc.

rufa (Habermehl, 1920, Anomalon) preocc.

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England, Wales, Ireland

Notes: 

Listed as a species of Erigorgus in Yu and Horstmann (1997), transferred to Barylypa by Schnee (2008).

Barylypa rubricator (Szépligeti, 1899)

Nomenclature: 

Laphyctes rubricator Szépligeti, 1899

rubricatrix (Schulz, 1906, Sarntheinia)

rossica Meyer, 1935

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Notes: 

BMNH, Hunterian, det. Schnee, added here

Barylypa ? uniguttata (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon uniguttatum Gravenhorst, 1829

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Notes: 

Although Gauld and Mitchell (1977b) record uniguttata as British on the basis of one specimen from Norfolk, no British specimen could be located in the depositories cited by Gauld & Mitchell (M.R. Shaw, pers comm.); Gauld was not aware at the time of the presence of rubricator in Britain.

Genus Erigorgus Förster, 1869

Nomenclature: 

SYMPRATIS Förster, 1869

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Although Gauld (1976b), Gauld (1997) regarded Erigorgus as a subgenus of Gravenhorstia, most recent works regard it as a separate genus, a position followed by Yu and Horstmann (1997). As the relative merits of genus versus subgenus are rather subjective I have followed the majority opinion.

Erigorgus cerinops (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon cerinops Gravenhorst, 1829

flavifrons (Gravenhorst, 1807, Ophion) preocc.

xantha (Boie, 1855, Anomalon)

facialis (Boie, 1857, Campoplex)

lapponicus (Thomson, 1892, Anomalon)

rufofemoralis (Schmiedeknecht, 1936, Anomalon)

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Erigorgus fibulator (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon fibulator Gravenhorst, 1829

claripennis (Thomson, 1892, Anomalon)

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England, Wales
Notes: 

BMNH, det. Schnee, added here

Erigorgus foersteri (Mocsáry, 1897)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon foersteri Mocsáry, 1897

melanops misident.

brevicorne (Förster, 1855, Anomalon) preocc.

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NMS, det. Schnee, added here; reared by M.R. Shaw: Bradwell Village, Burford, Oxon. The name foersteri was overlooked by Yu and Horstmann (1997) and other authors (Schnee 2008).

Erigorgus melanops (Förster, 1855)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon melanops Förster, 1855

melanobata misident.

varians (Brauns, 1895, Anomalon)

flavimana (Szépligeti, 1899, Erigorgus)

interstitialis (Szépligeti, 1899, Erigorgus)

similis (Szépligeti, 1899, Erigorgus)

purpuratae (Kriechbaumer, 1900, Erigorgus)

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Erigorgus procerus (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon procerum Gravenhorst, 1829

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England
Notes: 

BMNH, det. Schnee, added here; various authors included procerus as a British species but Gauld and Mitchell (1977b) did not see any British or Irish material and there were no such specimens in BMNH or NMS at that time.

Erigorgus varicornis (Thomson, 1894)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon varicorne Thomson, 1894

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Notes: 

BMNH, det Schnee, added here. Listed as a synonym of propugnator (Förster) in Yu and Horstmann (1997).

Genus Gravenhorstia Boie, 1836

Nomenclature: 

ODONTOPSIS Förster, 1869

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Gravenhorstia picta Boie, 1836

Nomenclature: 

fasciata (Giraud, 1857, Anomalon)

fasciata (Marshall, 1873, Anomalon) preocc.

septemfasciata (Taschenberg, 1875, Ophion)

picta (Rudow, 1882, Anomalon)

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Genus Habrocampulum Gauld, 1976

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Habrocampulum biguttatum (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon biguttatum Gravenhorst, 1829

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England

Genus Habronyx Förster, 1869

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Subgenus Camposcopus Förster, 1869

Nomenclature: 

LABRORYCHUS Förster, 1869

BLAPTOCAMPUS Thomson, 1892

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species of Habronyx (Camposcopus) deleted from the British and Irish list:

[perspicuus (Wesmael, 1849, Anomalon)] Recorded by Gauld and Mitchell (1977b) but there are no British specimens in BMNH or NMS and the identification must be regarded as doubtful.

Habronyx (Camposcopus) nigricornis (Wesmael, 1849)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon nigricorne Wesmael, 1849

canaliculatus misident.

melanomerus (Förster, 1860, Agrypon)

maidan (Shestakov, 1923, Blaptocampus)

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Subgenus Habronyx Förster, 1869

Nomenclature: 

ACANTHOSTOMA Kriechbaumer, 1895

MACROSTEMMA Shestakov, 1923

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Habronyx (Habronyx) heros (Wesmael, 1849)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon heros Wesmael, 1849

mirabilis (Desvignes, 1856, Anomalon)

gravenhorstii Förster, 1860

gigas (Kriechbaumer, 1880, Anomalon)

oti (Kriechbaumer, 1895, Anomalon)

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Genus Heteropelma Wesmael, 1849

Nomenclature: 

SCHIZOLOMA Wesmael, 1849

SCHIZOPOMA Förster, 1869

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Heteropelma amictum (Fabricius, 1775)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon amictus Fabricius, 1775

xanthopus (Schrank, 1781, Ichneumon)

amictor (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

xanthopor (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

capitatum (Desvignes, 1856, Anomalon)

bucephalum (Vollenhoven, 1858, Anomalon)

bucephalum (Brauns, 1898, Schizoloma) preocc.

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distribution data from Gauld (1976a)

Heteropelma megarthrum (Ratzeburg, 1848)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon megarthrum Ratzeburg, 1848

calcator Wesmael, 1849

scabridum (Boie, 1855, Anomalon)

megalarthrum (Schulz, 1906, Anomalon)

nigriscutum (Fahringer, 1941, Anomalon)

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Genus Parania Morley, 1913

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Parania geniculata (Holmgren, 1857)

Nomenclature: 

Anomalon geniculatum Holmgren, 1857

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England

Genus Therion Curtis, 1829

Nomenclature: 

THERIUM Agassiz, 1846

EXOCHILUM Wesmael, 1849

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Therion circumflexum (Linnaeus, 1758)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon circumflexus Linnaeus, 1758

brevicorne misident.

ramidulum (Christ, 1791, Ichneumon)

unicolor (Ratzeburg, 1844, Anomalon)

callosum (Shestakov, 1923, Exochilum)

curticorne Bauer, 1967

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Specimens identified as brevicorne (Gauld and Mitchell 1977b) are misidentifications of circumflexum (, and pers. comm. to M.R. Shaw).

Genus Trichomma Wesmael, 1849

Nomenclature: 

TRICHOMELLA Szépligeti, 1910

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Trichomma enecator (Rossi, 1790)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon enecator Rossi, 1790

ruficoxis Förster, 1860

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England, Isle of Man

Trichomma fulvidens Wesmael, 1849

Nomenclature: 

bituberculatum Schmiedeknecht, 1902

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England

Trichomma intermedium Krieger, 1904

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England

Trichomma occisor Habermehl, 1909

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England

Banchinae

Subfamily BANCHINAE Wesmael, 1845

Nomenclature: 

LISSONOTINAE Förster, 1869

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Taxonomy and distribution data follow Brock’s (in prep.) handbook to the British Banchinae, with some additions from NMS, BMNH, Aubert (1978) and Fitton (1976). Additional references are given.

Tribe ATROPHINI Seyrig, 1932

Nomenclature: 

LISSONOTINI Förster, 1869

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Genus Alloplasta Förster, 1869

Nomenclature: 

ASYMMICTUS Förster, 1869

TRYSICAMPE Förster, 1869

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Alloplasta piceator (Thunberg, 1824)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon piceator Thunberg, 1824

creditor (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

albitarsus (Gravenhorst, 1829, Exetastes)

lata (Gravenhorst, 1829, Exetastes)

murina (Gravenhorst, 1829, Lissonota)

murina (Gravenhorst, 1829, Tryphon)

albitarsoria (Zetterstedt, 1838, Tryphon)

genucincta (Rudow, 1886, Cryptus)

variipes (Szépligeti, 1899, Meniscus)

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Alloplasta plantaria (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Phytodietus plantarius Gravenhorst, 1829

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England, Wales

Genus Arenetra Holmgren, 1859

Nomenclature: 

LASIOPS Holmgren, 1856 preocc.

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Arenetra pilosella (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Tryphon pilosellus Gravenhorst, 1829

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Genus Cryptopimpla Taschenberg, 1863

Nomenclature: 

APHANODON Förster, 1869

XENACIS Förster, 1869

XENOCORNIA Schmiedeknecht, 1900

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Cryptopimpla altipes (Holmgren, 1860)

Nomenclature: 

Lissonota altipes Holmgren, 1860

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Notes: 

added by Brock (in prep.). Removed from synomymy with quadrilineata by Brock (in prep.).

Cryptopimpla anomala (Holmgren, 1860)

Nomenclature: 

Lissonota anomala Holmgren, 1860

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Notes: 

added by Brock (in prep.)

Cryptopimpla arvicola (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Lissonota arvicola Gravenhorst, 1829

brachycentra (Gravenhorst, 1829, Lissonota)

kaisdii (Kiss, 1929, Arenetra)

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Cryptopimpla calceolata (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Phytodietus calceolatus Gravenhorst, 1829

leptogaster (Holmgren, 1860, Lissonota)

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Cryptopimpla caligata (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Lissonota caligata Gravenhorst, 1829

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Cryptopimpla errabunda (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Phytodietus errabundus Gravenhorst, 1829

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Cryptopimpla hertrichi Heinrich, 1952

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added by Brock (in prep.)

Cryptopimpla quadrilineata (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Tryphon quadrilineatus Gravenhorst, 1829

blanda (Gravenhorst, 1829, Phytodietus)

hungarica (Szépligeti, 1899, Xenacis)

vaga (Szépligeti, 1899, Lissonota)

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Genus Lissonota Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

LAMPRONOTA Curtis, 1832

STILBONOTA Stephens, 1835

MENISCUS Schiødte, 1839

ASYNIDA Gistel, 1848

AMERSIBIA Förster, 1869

BATHYCETES Förster, 1869

BOTHYNOPHRYS Förster, 1869

ENSIMUS Förster, 1869

OPISORHYSSA Kriechbaumer, 1890

ANARTHRONOTA Schmiedeknecht, 1900

CAMPOCINETA Schmiedeknecht, 1900

ECHTHRODOCA Schmiedeknecht, 1900

PIMPLOPTERUS Ashmead, 1900

ADELOPIMPLA Schulz, 1906

LOPHANTIUM Clément, 1925

GIBBONOTA Heinrich, 1937

LOXONOTA Aubert, 1993

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Contra Brock (in prep.), subgenera are not employed as there is little justification for their use and some ‘subgenera’ seem to be of use only in Europe, whereas there is a great variety of species in the wider world referred to Lissonota (Lissonota) by default.

species of Lissonota excluded from British and Irish list:

[bilineata Gravenhorst, 1829] J.P. Brock (pers. comm.) has not seen any authentic British material of this species.

[funebris Habermehl, 1923] Only known in Britain from L. Carr material (supposedly from Lichfield) and hence should have been excluded from the previous checklist (J.P. Brock, pers. comm.). See Perkins (1953) and Shaw (2003) for discussions on the inadmissability of species to the British list that are only represented by Carr’s material.

[impressor Gravenhorst, 1829; syn. basalis Brischke, 1865] Identified by Morley (1908) and Aubert (1978) as impressor Grav., based on Morley’s interpretation of Thomson’s interpretation; the species involved is apparently undescribed (J.P. Brock, pers. comm.).

Lissonota accusator (Fabricius, 1793)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon accusator Fabricius, 1793

segmentator misident.

rusticator (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

humeralis (Zetterstedt, 1838, Tryphon) preocc.

unicincta Holmgren, 1860

thomsoni Schmiedeknecht, 1900

nigricoxa Strobl, 1902

accusatrix Schulz, 1906

segmentellator Aubert, 1967

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Brock (in prep.) does not explain his use of rusticator as the valid name for the species Horstmann (2001a) refers to as accusator, so the latter is followed here. The name accusator has often been applied to Cylloceria melancholica (Gravenhorst).

Lissonota admontensis Strobl, 1902

Nomenclature: 

alpina Strobl, 1902

praebellator Aubert, 1967

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added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota anomala Holmgren, 1860

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Ireland

Lissonota antennalis Thomson, 1877

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England, Wales
Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota argiola Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

eximia Habermehl, 1918

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Lissonota biguttata Holmgren, 1860

Nomenclature: 

femorata Holmgren, 1860

crassipes Thomson, 1877

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Lissonota buccator (Thunberg, 1824)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon buccator Thunberg, 1824

varicoxa Thomson, 1887

iridipennis Kriechbaumer, 1900

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There is some doubt about the correct name of this speceis as it is not certain which species Thunberg’s type belongs to within the buccator group of species (Brock, in prep.); distribution data from Horstmann (2003b); Brock (in prep.) states that Irish records require confirmation.

Lissonota canaliculata (Szépligeti, 1899)

Nomenclature: 

Meniscus canaliculatus Szépligeti, 1899

pimplator misident.

flavipes Lucas, 1849

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added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota carbonaria Holmgren, 1860

Nomenclature: 

melania Holmgren, 1860

artemisiae Tschek, 1871

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Notes: 
Brock (in prep.) states that Irish records require confirmation.

Lissonota clypealis Thomson, 1877

Nomenclature: 

albobarbata Strobl, 1902

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Lissonota clypeator (Gravenhorst, 1820)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon clypeator Gravenhorst, 1820

cylindrator misident.

?coccinea (Christ, 1791, Ichneumon) preocc.

unicornis Strobl, 1902

nigrescens Constantineanu, 1929

spectabilis Schmiedeknecht, 1935

magna Heinrich, 1952

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Lissonota coracina (Gmelin, 1790)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon coracinus Gmelin, 1790

bellator (Gravenhorst, 1807, Ichneumon) preocc.

tricoloria (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

irrigua Thomson, 1888

bellatrix Schulz, 1906

meridionalis Seyrig, 1928

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Lissonota cruentator (Panzer, 1809)

Nomenclature: 

Alomya cruentator Panzer, 1809

insignita Gravenhorst, 1829

verberans Gravenhorst, 1829

cruentatrix (Schulz, 1906, Alomya)

rufifemur Kiss, 1926

szepligeti Kiss, 1926

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Lissonota culiciformis Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

lateralis Gravenhorst, 1829

cruenta Vollenhoven, 1858

assimilis Brischke, 1880

sziladyi Kiss, 1926

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Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota deversor Gravenhorst, 1829

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Lissonota digestor (Thunberg, 1824)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon digestor Thunberg, 1824

vocator (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

hians Thomson, 1877

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Lissonota distincta Bridgman, 1889

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England

Lissonota dubia Holmgren, 1856

Nomenclature: 

jugorum (Strobl, 1903, Mesoleius)

duplanae (Heinrich, 1937, Gibbonota)

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England, Scotland
Notes: 
Brock (in prep.) states that Irish records require confirmation.

Lissonota erythrina Holmgren, 1860

Nomenclature: 

pusilla Habermehl, 1918

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Scotland
Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota fletcheri Bridgman, 1882

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England
Notes: 
Brock (in prep.) states that Irish records require confirmation.

Lissonota folii Thomson, 1877

Nomenclature: 

transversa Bridgman, 1889

areolata (Kiss, 1924, Clistopyga) preocc.

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Lissonota freyi (Hellén, 1915)

Nomenclature: 

Meniscus freyi Hellén, 1915

tuberculata (Hellén, 1915, Meniscus)

sesiae Habermehl, 1918

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added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota frontalis (Desvignes, 1856)

Nomenclature: 

Lampronota frontalis Desvignes, 1856

canaliculata misident.

sulcator (Morley, 1908, Meniscus)

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Lissonota fulvipes (Desvignes, 1856)

Nomenclature: 

Lampronota fulvipes Desvignes, 1856

piffardi (Morley, 1908, Meniscus)

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Lissonota fundator (Thunberg, 1824)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon fundator Thunberg, 1824

sulphurifera Gravenhorst, 1829

rimator Thomson, 1877

affinis (Szépligeti, 1899, Meniscus) preocc.

caudata (Szépligeti, 1899, Meniscus)

ruficoxis Schmiedeknecht, 1900

nigricoxis Pfankuch, 1920 preocc., unavailable

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Lissonota genator Aubert, 1972

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Scotland
Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota gracilenta Holmgren, 1860

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Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota gracilipes Thomson, 1877

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England
Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota halidayi Holmgren, 1860

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England

Lissonota histrio (Fabricius, 1798)

Nomenclature: 

Banchus histrio Fabricius, 1798

marginator (Fabricius, 1804, Bassus) synonymy by Horstmann (2001a)

parallela Gravenhorst, 1829

dioszeghyi (Kiss, 1924, Syzeuctus)

nigrobasalis Constantineanu & Pisica, 1960

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Lissonota impressor Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

basalis Brischke, 1865

nigricoxis Ulbricht, 1913 preocc.

humerella Habermehl, 1918 preocc.

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added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota linearis Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

varicornis (Schmiedeknecht, 1900, Campocineta)

incerta Habermehl, 1918

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Notes: 
Brock (in prep.) states that Irish records require confirmation.

Lissonota lineata Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

flavovariegatus (Lucas, 1849, Mesoleptus) synonymy by Horstmann (1997)

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Lissonota lineolaris (Gmelin, 1790)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon lineolaris Gmelin, 1790

catenator (Panzer, 1804, Ichneumon)

gladiator (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon) preocc.

mammillator (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

signator (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

excavator (Zetterstedt, 1838, Tryphon)

facialis (Desvignes, 1862, Ephialtes)

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Lissonota luffiator Aubert, 1969

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England
Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota maculata Brischke, 1865

Nomenclature: 

affinis Brischke, 1865

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England
Notes: 
Brock (in prep.) states that Irish records require confirmation.

Lissonota magdalenae Pfankuch, 1921

Nomenclature: 

vernalis Roman, 1925

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England, Scotland, Ireland

Notes: 

added by Stelfox (1932); recorded originally from Ireland and therefore not listed in Fitton (1978), then from Scotland by Ashmole et al. (1983).

Lissonota mutator Aubert, 1969

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distribution data from Shaw (1999)

Lissonota nigridens Thomson, 1889

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Lissonota nitida Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

agnata Gravenhorst, 1829

rhenana Ulbricht, 1916 unavailable

lissonotoides (Habermehl, 1917, Meniscus)

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Lissonota obsoleta Bridgman, 1889

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Lissonota palpalis Thomson, 1889

Nomenclature: 

oudemansi Smits

exareolata (Habermehl, 1923, Meniscus)

inareolata (Kiss, 1824, Meniscus) preocc.

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Lissonota palpator Aubert, 1969

Nomenclature: 

parasitellae Horstmann, 2003 synonymy by Brock (in prep.)

errabunda misident. (Horstmann 2003b)

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Notes: 

added by Horstmann (2003b)

Lissonota picticoxis Schmiedeknecht, 1900

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England, Scotland
Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota pimplator (Zetterstedt, 1838)

Nomenclature: 

Tryphon pimplator Zetterstedt, 1838

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Scotland

Notes: 

added by Aubert (1978); Morley’s (Morley 1908) pimplator refers to canaliculata (Brock in prep.).

Lissonota pleuralis Brischke, 1880

Nomenclature: 

strigifrons Schmiedeknecht, 1900

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Notes: 

added by Aubert (1978)

Lissonota proxima Fonscolombe, 1854

Nomenclature: 

varipes (Desvignes, 1856, Lampronota)

commixta Holmgren, 1860

lapponica Holmgren, 1860

opacula Szépligeti, 1899

variipes Dalla Torre, 1901

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England, Ireland

Lissonota punctiventrator Aubert, 1977

Nomenclature: 

punctiventris misident.

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Distribution: 
England, Scotland, Wales
Notes: 

added by Aubert (1978)

Lissonota punctiventris Thomson, 1877

Nomenclature: 

?errabunda Holmgren

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England, Scotland
Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota quadrinotata Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

leucogona Gravenhorst, 1829

carinifrons Thomson, 1877

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Lissonota saturator (Thunberg, 1824)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon saturator Thunberg, 1824

pubescens (Zetterstedt, 1838, Bassus)

vicina Holmgren, 1860

basalis Thomson, 1889 preocc.

mutanda Schmiedeknecht, 1900

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Distribution: 
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Notes: 
Brock (in prep.) states that Irish records require confirmation.

Lissonota semirufa (Desvignes, 1856)

Nomenclature: 

Lampronota semirufa Desvignes, 1856

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Distribution: 
England, Scotland
Notes: 

some distribution data from Horstmann (2004c)

Lissonota setosa (Geoffroy, 1785)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon setosus Geoffroy, 1785

enervator (Fabricius, 1793, Ichneumon) preocc.

cryptator (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

renovator (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

nigra (Szépligeti, 1914, Odinophora)

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Distribution: 
England

Lissonota silvatica Habermehl, 1918

Nomenclature: 

palpator Aubert, 1969

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Distribution: 
England
Notes: 

added by Aubert (1978)

Lissonota stigmator Aubert, 1972

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Distribution: 
England, Scotland

Lissonota subaciculata Bridgman, 1886

Nomenclature: 

nitida Bridgman, 1886 preocc.

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Distribution: 
England
Notes: 
Brock (in prep.) states that Irish records require confirmation.

Lissonota tenerrima Thomson, 1877

Nomenclature: 

variabilis Holmgren, 1860 synonymy by Brock (in prep.)

fracta Taschenberg, 1863

rufomedia Bridgman, 1886

trochanterata Bridgman, 1889 preocc.

trochanteralis Dalla Torre, 1901

procera Pfeffer, 1913

bimaculata Constantineanu & Ciochia, 1968 preocc.

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England, Scotland, Ireland

Lissonota trochanterator Aubert, 1972

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England

Lissonota versicolor Holmgren, 1860

Nomenclature: 

formosa Bridgman, 1888

coxata Smits

rufithorax Habermehl, 1918

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Lissonota sp. A

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England
Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota sp. C

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England
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added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota sp. D

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Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota sp. P

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Scotland
Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota sp. S

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England
Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.); impressor misident.

Lissonota sp. SI

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England
Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Lissonota sp. V

Nomenclature: 

basalis Brischke, 1865]

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England
Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Genus Syzeuctus Förster, 1869

Nomenclature: 

DICERATOPS Förster, 1869

SYZEUCTA Thomson, 1889

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Species of Syzeuctus excluded from the British and Irish list:

[irrisorius (Rossius, 1794, Ichneumon)] Brock (in prep.) found no British specimens of irrisorius.

Syzeuctus bicornis (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Lissonta bicornis Gravenhorst, 1829

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England

Syzeuctus fuscator (Panzer, 1809)

Nomenclature: 

Ophion fuscator Panzer, 1809

maculatorius (Fabricius, 1787, Ichneumon) preocc.

bicolor Szépligeti, 1899

rufipes Kiss, 1933

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England, Wales

Tribe BANCHINI Wesmael, 1845

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Genus Banchus Fabricius, 1798

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Distribution data from Fitton (1985a) and the NMS.

Banchus crefeldensis Ulbricht, 1916

Nomenclature: 

croaticus Hensch, 1928

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Distribution: 
Scotland, Ireland

Banchus dilatatorius (Thunberg, 1824)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon dilatatorius Thunberg, 1824

variegator misident.

acuminator (Fabricius, 1787, Ichneumon)

compressus (Fabricius, 1787, Ichneumon)

sibiricus Meyer, 1927

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Distribution: 
England, Scotland

Banchus falcatorius (Fabricius, 1775)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon falcatorius Fabricius, 1775

variegator (Fabricius, 1775, Ichneumon)

tricolor (Schrank, 1776, Ichneumon)

intersectus (Geoffroy, 1785, Ichneumon)

aries (Christ, 1791, Ichneumon)

notatorius (Olivier, 1792, Ichneumon) preocc.

histrio (Schrank, 1802, Ichneumon) preocc.

labiatus (Schrank, 1802, Ichneumon)

falcator Fabricius, 1804

luteofasciatus Ulbricht, 1911 unavailable

nobilitator Morley, 1915

sanguinator Meyer, 1922

lavrovi Meyer, 1927

nigromarginatus Constantineanu & Pisica, 1960

propitius Kuslitzky, 1979

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Distribution: 
England

Banchus hastator (Fabricius, 1793)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon hastator Fabricius, 1793

pungitor (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

reticulator (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

femoralis Thomson, 1897

kolosovi Meyer, 1925

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Banchus moppiti Fitton, 1985

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added by Fitton (1985a); known in Britain only from an unlabelled specimen from Desvignes’s collection.

Banchus palpalis Ruthe, 1859

Nomenclature: 

monileatus misident.

groenlandicus Aurivilius, 1890

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Notes: 

added by Fitton (1985a)

Banchus pictus Fabricius, 1798

Nomenclature: 

cultratus (Gmelin, 1790, Ichneumon) preocc.

mutillatus (Christ, 1791, Ichneumon) preocc.

bipunctatus Hensch, 1928

zagoriensis Hensch, 1928

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Banchus volutatorius (Linnaeus, 1758)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon volutatorius Linnaeus, 1758

venator (Linnaeus, 1758, Ichneumon)

umbellatarum (Schrank, 1786, Ichneumon)

certator (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

monileatus Gravenhorst, 1829

farrani Curtis, 1836

moniliatus Marshall, 1872

alticola Schmiedeknecht, 1910

calcaratus Szépligeti, 1910

obscurus Meyer, 1926

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Genus Exetastes Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

LEPTOBATUS Gravenhorst, 1829

RHIMPHALEA Förster, 1869

SEMNOPHRYS Förster, 1869

ALLEXETASTES Kokujev, 1904

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Exetastes adpressorius (Thunberg, 1824)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon adpressorius Thunberg, 1824

guttatorius Gravenhorst, 1829

tristis Gravenhorst, 1829

procera Kriechbaumer, 1894 unavailable

guttifer Thomson, 1897

medianus Szépligeti, 1898

albopictus Aubert, 1959

albopictor Aubert, 1972

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Distribution: 
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Exetastes atrator (Forster, 1771)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon atrator Forster, 1771

cinctipes (Retzius, 1783, Ichneumon)

junci (Geoffroy, 1785, Ichneumon)

osculatorius (Fabricius, 1787, Ichneumon)

obscurator (Gmelin, 1790, Ichneumon)

clavator (Fabricius, 1793, Ichneumon) preocc.

tarsator (Fabricius, 1804, Ophion)

sinuatorius (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

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Exetastes calobatus Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

calobates Dalla Torre, 1901

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England

Exetastes femorator Desvignes, 1856

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England
Notes: 
Brock (in prep.) states that Irish records require confirmation.

Exetastes fornicator (Fabricius, 1781)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon fornicator Fabricius, 1781

exapansor (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

punctulatus Kokujev, 1905

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Exetastes illusor Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

minor Szépligeti, 1901

annulatus Habermehl, 1927

?geniculosus Holmgren, 1860

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Exetastes illyricus Strobl, 1904

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Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Exetastes laevigator (Villers, 1789)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon laevigator Villers, 1789

cothurnatus (Gravenhorst, 1807, Ichneumon) preocc.

incurvator (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

alpinus Kriechbaumer, 1888

puberulus (Szépligeti, 1898,)

levigator Dalla Torre, 1901

similis Kokujev, 1905

nigriventris Meyer, 1927

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Exetastes maurus Desvignes, 1856

Nomenclature: 

facialis Desvignes, 1856

benoisti Seyrig, 1926

melanopus Meyer, 1927

croaticus Hensch, 1928

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Exetastes nigripes Gravenhorst, 1829

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Notes: 
Brock (in prep.) states that Irish records require confirmation.

Exetastes tibialis Pfankuch, 1921

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England
Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Genus Rynchobanchus Kriechbaumer, 1894

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Rynchobanchus flavopictus Heinrich, 1937

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Notes: 

added by Fitton (1987)

Tribe GLYPTINI Cushman & Rohwer, 1920

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Genus Apophua Morley, 1913

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Apophua bipunctoria (Thunberg, 1824)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon bipunctorius Thunberg, 1824

cubitoria (Thunberg, 1824, Ichneumon)

flavolineata (Gravenhorst, 1829, Glypta)

baltica (Habermehl, 1926, Glypta)

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Apophua cicatricosa (Ratzeburg, 1848)

Nomenclature: 

Glypta cicatricosa Ratzeburg, 1848

crenulata (Thomson, 1889, Glypta)

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Apophua evanescens (Ratzeburg, 1848)

Nomenclature: 

Glypta evanescens Ratzeburg, 1848

albifrons (Holmgren, 1856, Glypta)

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England, Scotland, Ireland

Apophua genalis (Möller, 1883)

Nomenclature: 

Glypta genalis Möller, 1883

superba (Hellén, 1915, Glypta)

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Ireland

Genus Diblastomorpha Förster, 1869

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Reinstated as a valid genus, from synonymy under Glypta, by Watanabe and Maeto (2013).

Diblastomorpha cylindrator (Fabricius, 1787)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon cylindrator Fabricius, 1787

erythrogaster Lucas, 1849

bicornis Boie, 1850

bicornis Desvignes, 1856 preocc.

corniculata Brischke, 1865

elegans Vollenhoven, 1873

ephippigera Kriechbaumer, 1895

ruficornis Szépligeti, 1898 preocc.

paleanae Kriechbaumer, 1900

szepligetii Dalla Torre, 1901

cylindatrix (Schulz, 1906, Lissonota)

abundans (Schmiedeknecht, 1934, Diblastomorpha)

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Diblastomorpha rostrata Holmgren, 1860

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Treated as a valid species, rather than a synonym of cylindrator, by Brock (in prep.).

Genus Glypta Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

CONOBLASTA Förster, 1869

FOVEOGLYPTA Hellén, 1915

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Species of Glypta excluded from the British and Irish list:

[schneideri Krieger, 1897] Recorded from Ireland by Johnson (1921) (and not listed by Fitton 1978 as not known from Britain), but J.P. Brock has seen no authentic British or Irish material.

[scalaris Gravenhorst, 1829] Misidentified scalaris are described by Brock (in prep.) as Glypa sp. PU.

[teres Gravenhorst, 1829] British specimens identified as teres have proved to be misidentified bifoveolata (Brock, in prep.).

Glypta bifoveolata Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

setosa Roman, 1909

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Glypta ceratites Gravenhorst, 1829

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Glypta consimilis Holmgren, 1860

Nomenclature: 

brevicornis Rudow, 1883

parvicornuta Bridgman, 1886

xanthognatha Thomson, 1889

berolinae (Strand, 1918, Conoblasta)

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Glypta elongata Holmgren, 1860

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Glypta extincta Ratzeburg, 1852

Nomenclature: 

nigriventris Thomson, 1889

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Glypta femorator Desvignes, 1856

Nomenclature: 

filicornis Thomson, 1889

femoratrix Schulz, 1906

elegantula Hellén, 1915

obscurata Kiss, 1929

pellucida Schmiedeknecht, 1935

triangularis Schmiedeknecht, 1935

curvicoxa Kuslitzky, 1977

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Glypta fronticornis Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

dispar Schiødte, 1839 synonymy by Horstmann (2004a)

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Glypta haesitator Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

haesitatrix Schulz, 1906

australis (Hedwig, 1959, Lycorina)

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Glypta incisa Gravenhorst, 1829

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Glypta lapponica Holmgren, 1860

Nomenclature: 

annulata Bridgman, 1890

areolaris Hellén, 1915

nigricoxa (Kokujev, 1927, Conoblasta)

alpina (Heinrich, 1949, Conoblasta)

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Glypta lineata Desvignes, 1856

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Glypta longicauda Hartig, 1838

Nomenclature: 

nigrotrochanterata Strobl, 1902

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Glypta longispinis (Gmelin, 1790)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon longispinis Gmelin, 1790

provincialis Fonscolombe, 1854

rubicunda Bridgman, 1890

algerica Habemehl, 1917

zangezurica Kuslitzky, 1974

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Glypta mensurator (Fabricius, 1775)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon mensurator Fabricius, 1775

lugubrina Holmgren, 1860

macropyga Hellén, 1915

heydeni Habemehl, 1917

jaroslavensis Shestakov, 1927

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England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland

Glypta microcera Thomson, 1899

Nomenclature: 

segrex Kokujev, 1913

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England
Notes: 

added by Aubert (1978)

Glypta monoceros Gravenhorst, 1829

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Glypta nigricornis Thomson, 1899

Nomenclature: 

rufipes Brischke, 1865 preocc.

brischkei Dalla Torre, 1901 preocc.

papyri Speiser, 1908

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Distribution: 
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Notes: 

added by Aubert (1978)

Glypta nigrina Desvignes, 1856

Nomenclature: 

flavipes Desvignes, 1856

ruficeps Desvignes, 1856

fractigena Thomson, 1889

obscura Pfankuch, 1924 unavailable

clypeodentata Bauer, 1959

habermani Ozols, 1959

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Glypta nigrotrochanterator Strobl, 1902

Nomenclature: 

mensurator misident.

longicauda misident.

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added by Brock (in prep.)

Glypta parvicaudata Bridgman, 1889

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England, Scotland, Ireland

Glypta pedata Desvignes, 1856

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England

Glypta pictipes Taschenberg, 1863

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England, Scotland, Ireland
Notes: 

added by Aubert (1978)

Glypta punctifrons Bridgman, 1890

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Scotland
Notes: 

Synonymised under scalaris by Aubert (1978) but this synonymy rejected by Brock (in prep.). Known only from the male type specimen, punctifrons is essentially an unknown species within Glypta.

Glypta resinanae Hartig, 1838

Nomenclature: 

arreptans Hellén, 1915

summimontis Heinrich, 1953

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England

Glypta rufata Bridgman, 1887

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England, Ireland

Glypta sculpturata Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

macrura Habermehl, 1918

rufoclypeata Kiss, 1924

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England, Ireland

Glypta scutellaris Thomson, 1899

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England, Scotland
Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Glypta similis Bridgman, 1886

Nomenclature: 

rufipes Thomson, 1889 preocc.

thomsonii Dalla Torre, 1901

thomsoni Strobl, 1902 preocc.

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England, Ireland

Glypta tenuicornis Thomson, 1889

Nomenclature: 

pygmaea Shestakov, 1927

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England

Glypta trochanterata Bridgman, 1886

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England, Scotland, Ireland

Glypta ulbrichti Habermehl, 1926

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England
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added by Brock (in prep.)

Glypta vulnerator Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

vulneratrix Schulz, 1906

monstrosa Hellén, 1915

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England, Scotland, Ireland

Glypta woerzi (Hedwig, 1952)

Nomenclature: 

Conoblasta woerzi Hedwig, 1952

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England
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added by Brock (in prep.)

Glypta sp. PA

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England
Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Glypta sp. PU

Nomenclature: 

scalaris misident.

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Ireland
Notes: 
added by Brock (in prep.)

Genus Teleutaea Förster, 1869

Nomenclature: 

HOPLITOPHRYS Förster, 1869

TELEUTEA Thomson, 1889

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Teleutaea brischkei (Holmgren, 1860)

Nomenclature: 

Glypta brischkei Holmgren, 1860

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Distribution: 
England
Notes: 

added by Aubert (1978); specimens also in NMS and Horniman Museum

Campopleginae

Subfamily CAMPOPLEGINAE Förster, 1869

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Many of the species new to the fauna have been identified by K. Horstmann from material in NMS and BMNH. Additional references are given.

Genus Alcima Förster, 1869

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Alcima orbitale (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Campoplex orbitalis Gravenhorst, 1829

alboscutellare (Thomson, 1887, Casinaria)

carinata (Kriechbaumer, 1898, Casinaria)

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Distribution: 
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Notes: 

Listed as Casinaria orbitalis by Fitton (1978).

Genus Bathyplectes Förster, 1869

Nomenclature: 

CANIDIA Holmgren, 1860

RHEXINEURA Förster, 1869

BIOLYSIA Schmiedeknecht, 1907

BATHYPIESTA Aubert, 1979

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Bathyplectes anurus (Thomson, 1887)

Nomenclature: 

Canidia anura Thomson, 1887

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Bathyplectes balteatus (Thomson, 1887)

Nomenclature: 

Canidia balteata Thomson, 1887

trisculptus (Habermehl, 1926, Canidia)

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NMS, det. Horstmann, added here

Bathyplectes curculionis (Thomson, 1887)

Nomenclature: 

Canidia curculionis Thomson, 1887

carthaginiensis (Smits van Burgst, 1913, Canidia) synonymy by Horstmann (2009d)

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England, Ireland

Notes: 

added by Horstmann (1974); omitted by Fitton (1978)

Bathyplectes exiguus (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Campoplex exiguus Gravenhorst, 1829

subcinctus (Gravenhorst, 1829, Campoplex)

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Bathyplectes immolator (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Campoplex immolator Gravenhorst, 1829

marginellus (Thomson, 1887, Nepiesta)

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Bathyplectes infernalis (Gravenhorst, 1820)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon infernalis Gravenhorst, 1820

infernalis (Gravenhorst, 1829, Mesoleptus) preocc.

tristis (Gravenhorst, 1829, Campoplex)

trochantellus (Thomson, 1887, Canidia)

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Bathyplectes quinqueangularis (Ratzeburg, 1852)

Nomenclature: 

Campoplex quinqueangularis Ratzeburg, 1852

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Ireland
Notes: 

added by Horstmann (1974); omitted by Fitton (1978)

Bathyplectes rostratus (Thomson, 1887)

Nomenclature: 

Canidia rostrata Thomson, 1887

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Scotland, Ireland

Bathyplectes rufipes Horstmann, 1974

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England
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NMS, det. Horstmann, added here

Bathyplectes tibiator (Gravenhorst, 1820)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon tibiator Gravenhorst, 1820

corvinus (Thomson, 1887, Canidia)

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Notes: 

BMNH, added here

Genus Callidora Förster, 1869

Nomenclature: 

PANTROPA Förster, 1869

NEOCALLIDORA Ozols, 1966

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Callidora analis (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Campoplex analis Gravenhorst, 1829

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Distribution: 
England
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NMS, det. Horstmann, added here

Genus Campoletis Förster, 1869

Nomenclature: 

ANILASTUS Förster, 1869

ECPHORA Förster, 1869 preocc.

ANILASTA Thomson, 1877

ECPHOROPSIS Ashmead, 1900

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Campoletis agilis (Holmgren, 1860)

Nomenclature: 

Sagaritis agilis Holmgren, 1860

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Campoletis annulata (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Campoplex annulatus Gravenhorst, 1829

maculipes (Tschek, 1871, Sagaritis)

trochanterata (Kriechbaumer, 1894, Sagaritis)

nigripes (Seyrig, 1928, Sagaritis) preocc.

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Campoletis cognata (Tschek, 1871)

Nomenclature: 

Sagaritis cognata Tschek, 1871

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Campoletis crassicornis (Tschek, 1871)

Nomenclature: 

Sagaritis crassicornis Tschek, 1871

brachycera (Thomson, 1877, Sagaritis)

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Campoletis dilatator (Thunberg, 1824)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon dilatator Thunberg, 1824

mediator (Zetterstedt, 1838, Porizon)

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Distribution: 
Ireland

Campoletis ensator (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Campoplex ensator Gravenhorst, 1829

holmgreni (Tschek, 1871, Sagaritis) synonymy by Horstmann (2000e)

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England, Scotland, Ireland

Campoletis fasciata (Bridgman, 1888)

Nomenclature: 

Sagaritis fasciata Bridgman, 1888

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England

Campoletis femoralis (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Campoplex femoralis Gravenhorst, 1829

laticollis (Holmgren, 1860, Sagaritis)

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Ireland

Campoletis fuscipes (Holmgren, 1856)

Nomenclature: 

Campoplex fuscipes Holmgren, 1856

semirufa (Szépligeti, 1916, Omorgus)

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Distribution: 
England, Ireland

Campoletis incisa (Bridgman, 1883)

Nomenclature: 

Sagaritis incisa Bridgman, 1883

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Distribution: 
Ireland

Campoletis latrator (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Campoplex latrator Gravenhorst, 1829

assimilis (Gravenhorst, 1829, Campoplex) synonymy by Horstmann (2000e)

mitis (Holmgren, 1860, Sagaritis)

latratrix (Schulz, 1906, Sagaritis)

bicingulata (Szépligeti, 1916, Omorgus)

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England, Scotland, Ireland, Isle of Man

Notes: 

Horstmann (2000e) shows that this is not a junior homonym (treated as such in Yu and Horstmann 1997).

Campoletis postica (Bridgman & Fitch, 1885)

Nomenclature: 

Sagaritis postica Bridgman & Fitch, 1885

postica (Bridgman, 1886, Sagaritis) preocc.

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Distribution: 

England, Scotland, Ireland

Campoletis punctata (Bridgman, 1886)

Nomenclature: 

Sagaritis punctata Bridgman, 1886

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England, Scotland, Ireland

Campoletis rapax (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Campoplex rapax Gravenhorst, 1829

erythropus (Thomson, 1887, Sagaritis) synonymy by Horstmann (2000e)

curticaudis (Szépligeti, 1916, Omorgus)

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J.F. Perkins, in his curation of the BMNH collection, applied the name rapax Grav. to a species of Hyposoter; Campoletis specimens were under erythropus (Thomson).

Campoletis raptor (Zetterstedt, 1838)

Nomenclature: 

Porizon raptor Zetterstedt, 1838

raptrix (Schulz, 1906, Sagaritis)

dubiosa (Szépligeti, 1916, Omorgus)

rufator Aubert, 1960

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Campoletis thomsoni (Roman, 1915)

Nomenclature: 

Sagaritis thomsoni Roman, 1915

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Distribution: 
England, Scotland
Notes: 
NMS, det. Horstmann, added here

Campoletis trichoptili (Bauer, 1936)

Nomenclature: 

Sagaritis trichoptili Bauer, 1936

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Distribution: 
England
Notes: 
NMS, det. Horstmann, added here

Campoletis varians (Thomson, 1887)

Nomenclature: 

Sagaritis varians Thomson, 1887

completa (Szépligeti, 1916, Omorgus)

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England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland
Notes: 

added by Johnson (1929); only known originally from Ireland so omitted by Fitton (1978); also specimens in NMS and BMNH, det. K. Horstmann.

Campoletis viennensis (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Campoplex viennensis Gravenhorst, 1829

annulator (Zetterstedt, 1838, Porizon)

vexans (Holmgren, 1860, Limneria)

maculipes (Strobl, 1904, Anilasta)

subdentata (Hellén, 1949, Sagaritopsis)

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England, Ireland

Campoletis vimmeri (Gregor, 1935)

Nomenclature: 

Sagaritis vimmeri Gregor, 1935

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Scotland
Notes: 

NMS, det. Riedel, added here

Campoletis zonata (Gravenhorst, 1829)

Nomenclature: 

Campoplex zonatus Gravenhorst, 1829

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England, Scotland, Ireland

Genus Campoplex Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

DIORATICA Förster, 1869

OMORGUS Förster, 1869

OMORGA Förster, 1869

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The Campoplex material in BMNH was sorted and determined by J.F. Perkins and more recently identified by K. Horstmann.

doubtfully placed species of Campoplex:

[arvensis Gravenhorst, 1829 nom. dub.] Listed as Sinophorus arvensis by Fitton (1978), K. Horstmann (pers. comm.) has seen only the type specimen of this species, which remains uninterpreted at present

species of Campoplex excluded from the British and Irish list:

[borealis (Zetterstedt, 1838, Porizon)] All British specimens in NMS were reidentified as C. caloptiliae by Horstmann

[melanostoma (Strobl, 1904, Limneria); syn. anterior Aubert, 1960] On earlier versions of this checklist, C. melanostoma was included based on a reared specimen in NMS, but this was based on a misidentification of C. punctulatus.

Campoplex abbreviatus (Brischke, 1880)

Nomenclature: 

Limneria abbreviata Brischke, 1880

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Campoplex alticolellae Horstmann, 1980

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England, Scotland, Wales

Notes: 
NMS, det. Horstmann, added here

Campoplex bilobus (Thomson, 1887)

Nomenclature: 

Omorga biloba Thomson, 1887

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England

Campoplex brevicornis (Szépligeti, 1916)

Nomenclature: 

Omorgus brevicornis Szépligeti, 1916

flavocinctus (Seyrig, 1928, Sagaritis)

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England
Notes: 
NMS, det. Horstmann, added here

Campoplex caloptiliae Horstmann, 2013

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England, Scotland
Notes: 

added by Horstmann (2013)

Campoplex cingulatus (Brischke, 1880)

Nomenclature: 

Limneria cingulata Brischke, 1880

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Campoplex continuus (Thomson, 1887)

Nomenclature: 

Omorga continua Thomson, 1887

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Distribution: 
England
Notes: 

The true continuus has been identified by K. Horstmann (specimen in NMS; see note under pyraustae).

Campoplex coracinus (Thomson, 1887)

Nomenclature: 

Omorga coracina Thomson, 1887

submarginatus (Bridgman, 1899, Limneria)

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England

Campoplex crassus Horstmann, 1980

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England
Notes: 
NMS, det. Horstmann, added here

Campoplex cursitans (Holmgren, 1860)

Nomenclature: 

Limneria cursitans Holmgren, 1860

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Distribution: 
England, Ireland

Campoplex deficiens Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

algerica (Habermehl, 1922, Omorga)

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Distribution: 

England

Notes: 

Listed as Venturia deficiens by Yu and Horstmann (1997) but treated as a species of Campoplex by Horstmann (2000e). Has been misidentified as Campoplex difformis.

Campoplex difformis (Gmelin, 1790)

Nomenclature: 

Ichneumon difformis Gmelin, 1790

lineolatus Ratzeburg, 1844

mutabilis (Holmgren, 1860, Limneria)

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England, Ireland

Campoplex eudoniae Horstmann & Yu, 1999

Nomenclature: 

rufipes (Bridgman, 1883, Nemeritis) preocc.

ruficoxa (Thomson, 1887, Omorga) preocc.

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Distribution: 
England, Scotland, Ireland
Notes: 

some distribution data from Horstmann and Yu (1999)

Campoplex faunus Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

xanthocarpus (Szépligeti, 1916, Omorgus)

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England, Ireland

Campoplex formosanae Horstmann, 2012

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England
Notes: 
NMS, det. Horstmann, added here

Campoplex fusciplica (Thomson, 1887)

Nomenclature: 

Omorga fusciplica Thomson, 1887

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Campoplex hadrocerus (Thomson, 1887)

Nomenclature: 

Omorga hadrocera Thomson, 1887

fasciatus (Bridgman, 1889, Limneria)

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Distribution: 
England, Ireland

Campoplex interruptus Horstmann, 1993

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England, Scotland
Notes: 
NMS, det. Horstmann, added here

Campoplex investigator (Habermehl, 1923)

Nomenclature: 

Omorga investigator Habermehl, 1923

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Distribution: 
England
Notes: 
NMS, det. Horstmann, added here

Campoplex jaeckhi (Bauer, 1936)

Nomenclature: 

Dioctes jaeckhi Bauer, 1936

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Distribution: 
England
Notes: 

added by Horstmann (2012a)

Campoplex lugubrinus (Holmgren, 1860)

Nomenclature: 

Limneria lugubrina Holmgren, 1860

pusillus (Szépligeti, 1916, Angitia)

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Distribution: 

England, Scotland, Ireland

Campoplex lyratus (Thomson, 1887)

Nomenclature: 

Omorga lyrata Thomson, 1887

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Distribution: 
England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Isle of Man
Notes: 

added by Shaw (1984)

Campoplex melanostictus Gravenhorst, 1829

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England, Scotland

Campoplex molestus Gravenhorst, 1829

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England

Campoplex multicinctus Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

excentricus (Bauer, 1937, Omorgus) synonymy by Horstmann (2000d)

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England, Ireland

Campoplex ovatus (Brischke, 1880)

Nomenclature: 

Limneria ovata Brischke, 1880

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England, Scotland

Campoplex procerus (Brischke, 1880)

Nomenclature: 

Limneria procera Brischke, 1880

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Campoplex psammae (Morley, 1915)

Nomenclature: 

Omorga psammae Morley, 1915

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Distribution: 

England, Scotland, Ireland

Notes: 

Described as a variety of Omorga (=Campoplex) ensator (Grav., 1829) and listed as Campoplex psammae by Fitton (1978) but not not listed in Yu and Horstmann (1997) and treated, without justification, as a subspecies of ensator by Yu et al. (2012). Horstmann (2012a) regarded this as a valid species.

Campoplex punctipleuris Horstmann, 1980

Nomenclature: 

alhpictus (Pfankuch, 1924, Omorga) unavailable

albipictus Horstmann, 1986 unavailable

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Distribution: 
England, Scotland, Wales
Notes: 

added by Horstmann (1980a)

Campoplex punctulatus (Szépligeti, 1916)

Nomenclature: 

Omorgus punctulatus Szépligeti, 1916

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England, Scotland, Ireland
Notes: 

BMNH, NMS, det. Horstmann, added here

Campoplex pyraustae Smith, 1931

Nomenclature: 

continuus misident.

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England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Isle of Man
Notes: 

Added by Shaw and Aeschliman (1994); Campoplex pyraustae has sometimes been misidentified as continuus (K. Horstmann, pers. comm.).

Campoplex ramidulus (Brischke, 1880)

Nomenclature: 

Limneria ramidula Brischke, 1880

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England

Campoplex raschkiellae Horstmann, 1980

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England, Scotland
Notes: 

added by Horstmann (1980a)

Campoplex restrictor Aubert, 1960

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England
Notes: 

added by Shaw (1981)

Campoplex rothii (Holmgren, 1860)

Nomenclature: 

Limneria rothii Holmgren, 1860

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Distribution: 
England, Scotland

Campoplex rufipes Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

angulatus (Thomson, 1887, Omorga) synonymy by Horstmann (2000d)

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England, Scotland, Ireland

Campoplex striatus Horstmann, 1985

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England
Notes: 

BMNH, det. Horstmann, added here

Campoplex sulcatus Horstmann, 1985

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England, Scotland, Isle of Man
Notes: 

added by Horstmann (1985)

Campoplex tibialis (Szépligeti, 1916)

Nomenclature: 

Nemeritis tibialis Szépligeti, 1916

dioszeghyi (Kiss, 1929, Omorgus)

corsicator Aubert, 1960

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Distribution: 
England, Wales
Notes: 

BMNH, det. Horstmann, added here; also some Scottish specimens in NMS, tentatively identified as this species by K. Horstmann.

Campoplex tumidulus Gravenhorst, 1829

Nomenclature: 

ensator misident.

nigrifemur (Seyrig, 1928, Omorgus)

rufinator Aubert, 1971

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England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Isle of Man

Notes: 

Recorded as Campoplex rufinator by Shaw (1984) and Shaw and Aeschliman (1994).

Campoplex tussilaginis Horstmann, 2013

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England
Notes: 

added by Horstmann (2013)

Campoplex unicingulatus (Schmiedeknecht, 1909)

Nomenclature: 

Omorgus unicingulatus Schmiedeknecht, 1909

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England, Scotland, Isle of Man
Notes: 

added by Horstmann (1985)

Campoplex variabilis (Bridgman, 1886)

Nomenclature: 

Limneria variabilis Bridgman, 1886

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