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None (394) · United States (18) · Argentina (12) · Brazil (10) · Taiwan (7) · Europe (7) · Iran (5) · Oregon, Montana, Washington (type) (4) · New Guinea (4) · Dominican amber (3) · Thailand (3) · South America (3) · Macedonia (3) · Georgia (3)
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None (160) · Universal Chalcidoidea Database (102) · Espadaler & Santamaria, 2012 (78) · Shrestha et al., 2017 (47) · Araujo et al., 2018 (16) · Cook, 2019 (16) · Loiacono, 2013; Gonzalez et al., 2016 (11) · Holldobler & Wilson 1990; Busch 2001; Martin et al. 2007 (9) · Buschinger et al., 1988 (7) · Lin et al., 2020 (7) · Wagner et al., 2020 (6) · Czechowski & Czechowska, 2000 (6) · Araujo et al., 2018; Shrestha et al., 2017 (5) · Poinar et al., 2006 (5) · Buschinger et al., 1990 (5) · Wahab, 1962 (5) · Ascunce et al. 2010 (4) · Knab, 1917 (4) · Gregg, 1963; Mackay & Mackay, 2002 (4)
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None (370) · ''Pheidole'' nr. ''californica'' (1) · ''Pheidole'' nr. ''clementensis'' (1) · ''T. nylanderi'' as the host of ''Temnothorax gordiagini'' had been suggested by Soudek, 1925, (cited in Buschinger et al., 1983) though this has never been confirmed and was probably a misidentification (1) · 51% infection frequency (1) · 80% infection frequency (1) · a relatively rare host (2) · as ''Polyergus breviceps'' (1) · as Leptothorax tristis (1) · associate (42) · associate and primary host (1) · associate, primary host (6) · Baltic amber fossil (1) · common host (3) · Dominican amber (2) · Dominican amber fossil (1) · ectoparasite (6) · fairly common host (1) · identification needs confirmation (1) · identification of host needs confirmation (1) · identity of ant species uncertain (1) · infected ant described as ''Sommimyrma symbiotica'', now ''Myrmica scabrinodis'' (1) · listed as ''S. geminata'' X ''S. xyloni'' hybrids (1) · most common host (1) · Needs confirmation (4) · not able to reproduce in ''Acromyrmex octospinosus'' colonies (1) · note that the ants involved were identified as ''P. breviceps'' and predate Trager's (2013) revision. It is likely that these are actually ''P. mexicanus'' but this has yet to be confirmed (1) · possible host, needs confirmation (1) · primary host (84) · primary host; ''Solenopsis geminata'' X ''xyloni'' hybrid (1) · primary host; ''Pheidole'' nr. ''tetra'' (1) · primary host; ''Polyrhachis'' sp., ''Cyrtomyrma'' sp. (1) · primary host; ''Solenopsis geminata'' X ''xyloni'' hybrid (1) · primary host; questionable, needs confirmation (1) · questionable, needs confirmation (1) · rare host (6) · reported as "''Camponotus punctulatus cruentatus'' Forel" (1) · the most common host (1) · ~20% infection frequency (1)

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