A new species, Bruchophagus grisselli McDaniel and Boe, which infests seeds of Glycyrrhiza lepidota Pursh (American licorice), is described and illustrated. It's known from South Dakota and North Dakota in the USA. A field study at 8 sites showed that B. grisselli has a wide distribution throughout the Dakotas.
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McDaniel, Burruss and Boe, Arvid A., "A new Bruchophagus from Glycyrrhiza lepidota pursh in the Northern Great Plains (Hymenoptera : chalcidoidea : eurytomidae)" (1991). Native Plant Focused Publications. 19.
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