New records on the geographical distribution of Mylaris gigas (Linnaeus, 1767), Mylaris maxima (Germar, 1824), and Taphrosoma dohrniKirsch, 1866 are presented, and a distribution map is provided. Their ovipositors are described, illustrated, and compared for the first time. Taphrosoma doorknob is considered an incorrect subsequent spelling of T. dohrni and therefore an invalid name.
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