The establishment of three exotic aphid parasites (Hymentoptera: Aphidiidae) in British Columbia
Abstract<i>Praon exsoletum palitans</i>, <i>Aphidius ervi ervi</i> and the orange phenotype of <i>Aphidius smithi</i> are recorded from British Columbia. Release data, present distribution, host records, and diagnostic criteria are included.
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