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Vädret på Station Linné

Station Linné har en unik väderstatistik som sträcker sig ända tillbaka till 1964. Uppgifterna i statistiken omfattar flera parametrar, som t ex nederbörd, vind, mark- och lufttemperatur.

För Station Linnés gästforskare ingår detta som en extraresurs. Övriga kan köpa nämnda väderdata för en engångsavgift på 1 500:- och sedan 300:-/månad som önskas. Kontakta oss gärna så berättar vi mer.

ICHNEUMONIDAE SUBGROUPS


Cryptinae Kirby, 1837 (Phygadeuontinae Förster, 1869, Gelinae Viereck, 1918) Kokongparasitsteklar (536)
Hundreds of samples that maybe slitted. Formerly used in sorting, but currently sorted into the three component tribes.

Hemigastrini Ashmead, 1900 (73)
Hundreds of samples. Not yet treated.

Phygadeuontini Förster, 1869 (367)
Hundreds of samples. Parts under treatment by Ika Österblad. Single specimens identified by Gavin Broad and others. Ref: Magnusson et al 2008

Cryptini Kirby, 1837 (96)
Hundreds of samples. Many under treatment by Bernardo Santos.

Adelognathinae Thomson, 1888 Gängparasitsteklar (23)
Hundreds of samples. Some treated by Matthias Riedel.

Ichneumoninae Latreille, 1802 Fjärilsparasitsteklar (518)
An earlier sorted taxa, now split in two tribes.

Ichneumonini sensu lato Latreille, 1802 (398)
Hundreds of samples. Several species new to the country. Treated or under treatment by Matthias Riedel. Ref: Riedel & Magnusson 2014

Phaeogenini Förster, 1869 (120)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Alomyinae Förster, 1869 Rotfjärilsteklar (1)
Several samples. None yet treated. 

Agriotypinae Haliday, 1838 Husmasksteklar (1)
No records yet, a rare species.

Xoridinae Shuckard, 1840 Vedparasitsteklar (23)
Old SMTP taxon, now identified to genus level by Pelle Magnusson. Some identified by Matthias Riedel or Oleksandr Varga, or under identification by Gergely Varkonyi.

Brachycyrtinae Viereck, 1919 Ornamentsteklar (1)
Several samples. Not formerly known from Sweden. Identified by Pelle Magnusson and Gavin Broad. Ref: Karlsson & Magnusson 2010

Lycorininae Cushman & Rohwer, 1920 Triangelsteklar (1)
Very few samples. Identified by Pelle Magnusson.

Eucerotinae Seyrig, 1934 Platthornsteklar (2)
Few samples. Some identified by Pelle Magnusson or Matthias Riedel or under treatment by Barbara Sharanowski.

Hybrizontinae Blanchard, 1845 (Paxylommatinae Förster, 1862) Skaftmyrsteklar (2)
Several samples. None yet treated.

Acaenitinae Szépligeti, 1908 Spetsgumpsteklar (10)
Few samples. Some treated by Oleksandr Varga, some under treatment by Gergely Varkonyi.

Collyriinae Cushman, 1924 Gräsparasitsteklar (2)
Several samples. None yet treated.

Cylloceriinae Wahl, 1990 Harkranksteklar (9)
Several samples, usually identified to genus level by Pelle Magnusson, some under treatment by Annie Lander.

Diplazontinae Viereck, 1918 Blomflugesteklar (80)
Hundreds of samples. Most treated by Seraina Klopfstein. Ref: Klopfstein 2014

Orthocentrinae Förster, 1868 Svampmyggesteklar (152)
Several samples. Formerly used in sorting, but currently sorted into two genus groups.

Orthocentrus group (Orthocentrini Förster, 1869) (70)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Helictes group (≈Plectiscinae Förster, 1869) (82)
Hundreds of samples. Under treatment by Pelle Magnusson.

Pimplinae Wesmael, 1844 sensu stricto Buktläppsteklar (131)
An old fraction. Formerly used in sorting, but currently sorted into three groups.

Pimplini Wesmael, 1844 (27)
Hundreds of samples. Treated by Oleksander Varga and Serina Klopfstein.

Ephialtini Hellén, 1915 excl Polysphincta group (incl Delomeristini Hellén, 1915, Perithoini Wahl & Gauld, 1998) (78)
Hundreds of samples. Treated by Oleksander Varga.

Polysphincta group (Polysphinctini Hellén, 1915) (26)
Hundreds of samples. Most treated or under treatment by Niclas Fritzén, some by Oleksander Varga. Ref: Fritzén 2014

Poemeniinae Smith & Shenefelt, 1955 Vedhålsteklar (11)
Several samples. Many treated in a student project by Jon Kanders, some by Oleksandr Varga. Some under treatment by Gergely Varkonyi. Ref: Kanders 2009

Rhyssinae Morley, 1913 Raspryggsteklar (6)
Several samples. Some terated by Oleksandr Varga, under treatment by Gergely Varkonyi and by Barbara Sharanowski.

Diacritinae Townes, 1965 Plattläppsteklar (1)
Several samples. Not formerly known from Sweden. Identified by Pelle Magnusson and Gavin Broad. Ref: Magnusson et al 2008

Banchinae Wesmael, 1844 Hacksprötsteklar (139)
Hundreds of samples. Formerly used in sorting, but currently sorted into the three component tribes.

Banchini Wesmael, 1844 (22)
Several samples. Some identified by Matthias Riedel, including one species new to the country. 

Atrophini Seyrig, 1932 (73)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Glyptini Cushman & Rohwer, 1920 (44)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Ctenopelmatinae Förster, 1868 (Scolobatinae Schmiedeknecht, 1911) Uddbensteklar (476)
Formerly used in sorting, but currently sorted into the component tribes. All under treatment by Alexey Reshchikov

Mesoleiini Thomson, 1883 (244)
Hundreds of samples. All under treatment by Alexey Reshchikov.

Euryproctini Thomson, 1883 (89)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Pionini Smith & Shenefelt, 1955 (68)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Perilissini Thomson, 1883 (46)
Hundreds of samples. Some under treatment by Alexey Reshchikov.

Ctenopelmatini Förster, 1868 (24)
Few samples. None yet treated.

Scolobatini Schmiedeknecht, 1911 (4)
Few samples. None yet treated.

Olethrodotini Townes, 1970 (1)
No records yet.

Metopiinae Förster, 1868 Buckelpannesteklar (75)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Microleptinae Townes, 1958 Vapenflugesteklar (4)
Several samples. None yet treated.

Oxytorinae Thomson, 1883 Ryggtandsteklar (2)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Orthopelmatinae Schmiedeknecht, 1910 Sömntornsnyltare (2)
Few samples. Identified in a student project by Stephanie Benjaminsson. Ref: Benjaminsson 2013

Stilbopinae Townes & Townes, 1949 Bredvingemalsteklar (3)
Several samples. Treated by Pelle Magnusson.

Tersilochinae Schmiedeknecht, 1910 sensu stricto Ribbstrutsteklar (69)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Neorhacodini Hedicke, 1922 Vagribbsteklar (1)
Several samples. Treated by Pelle Magnusson.

Phrudini Townes & Townes, 1949 Bagglarvsteklar (5)
Several samples. Several new species to the country. Treated in a student project by Mareike Kiupel. Ref: Kiupel 2014

Tryphoninae Shuckard, 1840 Skaftäggsteklar (193)
Hundreds of samples. Formerly used in sorting, currently sorted into component tribes.

Tryphonini Shuckard, 1840 Skaftäggsteklar (81)
Hundreds of samples. Genus Dyspetes treated by Agata Kostro-Ambroziak.

Phytodietini Cushman & Rohwer, 1920 (28)
Hundreds of samples, all identified to genus level by Pelle Magnusson. Phytodietus treatment by Agata Kostro-Ambroziak. Ref: Kostro-Ambroziak & Magnusson 2014.

Exenterini Förster, 1869 (incl Eclytini Townes & Townes, 1949) (75)
Hundreds of samples. Not yet treated, few identified by Pelle Magnusson.

Oedemopsini Woldstedt, 1877 (7)
Hundreds of samples. Few identified by Pelle Magnusson, Thorkild Munk and Andrei Humala. One new species to the country. Ref: Magnusson et al 2008

Sphinctini Förster, 1869 (1)
No records yet, a rare species.

Idiogrammatini Short, 1959 (1)
No records yet.

Ophioninae Shuckard, 1840 Nattflysteklar (16)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Cremastinae Förster, 1868 Hedparasitsteklar (23)
Several samples. Some under treatment by Gergely Varkonyi.

Anomaloninae Viereck, 1918 Hängbensteklar (38)
Hundreds of samples. Many treated by Pelle Magnusson, some by Heinz Schnee. Ref: Magnusson 2008

Campopleginae Förster, 1869 (Porizontinae Förster, 1869) Klämbaksteklar (303)
Hundreds of samples. None yet treated.

Mesochorinae Förster, 1868 Ribbrombsteklar (112)
Hundreds of samples. Some identified by Matthias Riedel.


 

Pelle Magnusson; The Man, The Myth, The Legend! Has probably sorted up more hymenoptera specimens
than any other person on Earth. Ever.

 


Remarks For each taxon the total number of known species in Sweden are given in parentheses (including accidentals). Taxa considered non-monophyletic are in quotes. Note that the classification given here is not necessarily a state-of-the-art valid classification in all details, but represent the actual units in SMTP sorting.

These data are compiled by Mattias Forshage