B R Subba Rao
Articles written in Proceedings – Animal Sciences
Volume 87 Issue 12 December 1978 pp 293-319
The economically important family Eurytomidae which include both primary and secondary parasites as well as phytophagous species hasnot been well understood. In this paper an effort has been made to key out tribes. Several new genera and new species have been described and these are mostly from the New World.
Volume 90 Issue 4 July 1981 pp 473-482
Descriptions of 5 new species of Pteromalidae from the Orient are presented. The species described are
Volume 93 Issue 3 April 1984 pp 251-262
A new genus and species, Kubja longipes from Sabah, Hispaniella tenia sp. nov. from Pakistan; Parallelaptera teleonemiae sp. nov.; Eretmocerus breviclavus sp. nov.; Encarsia longifasciata sp. nov.; Azotus bharathius sp. nov.; Azotusfumipermis sp. nov., all from India and of economic importance, are described.