Ormyrus labotus (Hymenoptera: Ormyridae): Another Generalist That Should not be a Generalist is not a Generalist
Insect Systematics and Diversity, February 2022
Sofia I Sheikh, Anna K G Ward, Y Miles Zhang, Charles K Davis, Linyi Zhang, Scott P Egan, Andrew A Forbes
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