[cf Eurytoma sp] Small wasp with wrinkled mesosoma

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[cf Eurytoma sp] Small wasp with wrinkled mesosoma

Postby Bilule on 28 Jan 2009, 19:58

Glued in the latex of Lactuca sp
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Re: Small wasp with wrinkled mesosoma

Postby pwalter on 28 Jan 2009, 20:03

Looks like my Ormyrus sp in my thread here.
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Re: Small wasp with wrinkled mesosoma

Postby lucfusu on 28 Jan 2009, 20:16

Eurytomidae, probably Eurytoma sp., female
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Re: Small wasp with wrinkled mesosoma

Postby Bilule on 28 Jan 2009, 20:50

Indeed the sculptures look similar! But as far as I can see, the stigmal vein is here too long for an Ormyridae, and the hind coxa doesn't look so much larger than the fore coxa...
So difficult these little wasps :x

Thanks to both of you :D

:?: Are there visible differences beween phytophagous and parasitoid Eurythomidae?
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