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Reclinervellus nielseni

Reclinervellus nielseni is one of the spider-ectoparasitoids belonging to the Polysphincta genus-group and utilizes exclusively Cyclosa spiders as hosts. The species is distributed through Palearctic region but is rather sparse. Host spider species is different in accordance with the region, that is Cyclosa conica in Europe whereas Cyclosa argenteoalba in Japan.


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  • Reclinervellus nielseni is one of the spider - ectoparasitoids belonging to the Polysphincta genus - group Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae, Pimplinae and utilizes
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