Eulophinae, 2016-07-08 > no, Chrysocharis sp. (very likely)

Eulophinae, 2016-07-08 > no, Chrysocharis sp. (very likely)

Postby Lennart Bendixen on 12 Mar 2017, 12:25

Hello,

Eulophinae, anything more possible?

Thanks a lot. Lennart

Length about 2,3 mm.

2016-07-08, Northern Germany, Mohrkirch, on a car
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Re: Eulophinae, 2016-07-08

Postby chalcidbear on 12 Mar 2017, 19:39

I am not convinced this is a Eulophinae - it looks more like a Euderinae.
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Re: Eulophinae, 2016-07-08

Postby Lennart Bendixen on 12 Mar 2017, 22:38

ok, many thanks for the correction!
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Re: Eulophinae, 2016-07-08 > more likely Euderinae

Postby empeejay on 14 Mar 2017, 18:49

This seems to be a female Chrysocharis species.
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Re: Eulophinae, 2016-07-08 > more likely Euderinae

Postby Lennart Bendixen on 14 Mar 2017, 20:58

Alright! So it would be Entedoninae... what the heck :wink:
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