Tryphoninae ?

Tryphoninae ?

Postby D & JP Balmer on 10 Dec 2017, 19:54

Hello,
Is it a Polyblastus (P.) ?
Thank you for your help .
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Re: Tryphoninae ?

Postby D & JP Balmer on 11 Dec 2017, 13:39

Other photo :
An antenna (very fragile) broke itself .
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Re: Tryphoninae ?

Postby D & JP Balmer on 12 Dec 2017, 16:50

Other Photo :
Face of Insect.
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Re: Tryphoninae ?

Postby Pierre-Nicolas on 13 Dec 2017, 10:57

This is a Lissonota species.
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Re: Tryphoninae ?

Postby D & JP Balmer on 13 Dec 2017, 14:24

Hello,
A very Thanks.
1) - I had rejected Lissonota because Townes (1969 - part 3 - p. 27) wrote "short stalk"
2) - I badly appreciated the presence or the absence of fringe of setae on the Clypeus, thus I did not examine the Propodeum !
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