A Bibliographic Summary on Hymenopteran Parasitoids Collected in Biomes in Brazil

Our biomes and morphoclimatic domains are significant not just as natural resources in our country, but also as globally significant natural resource ecosystems. Parasitoids are extremely small insects that spend part of their lives inside their hosts. This host is usually another insect (usually an agricultural pest) that dies as a result of parasitism. The purpose of this research is to describe parasitoids found in Brazilian biomes. The brief review is a bibliographic summary of parasitoids from the Order Hymenoptera that were collected in the biomes listed below in Brazil. The research focused on the quantitative characteristics of the superfamily, family, subfamilies, genera, and species in studies linked to the theme (Taxonomic groups). A bibliographic search was conducted for publications published between 2006 and May 2021. From June to August 2021, the small review was conducted in Goiânia, Goiás, using the Electronic Scientific Library Online (Scielo) and the internet. Brazilian biomes are significant not only as natural resources in our country, but also as global hotspots of natural richness. Brazil is one of the few countries in the world where biological megadiversity, or major ecosystems, is still alive and well.

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Carlos Henrique Marchiori
Goiano Federal Institute, Biological Sciences, Goiania, Goias, Brazil.

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