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Leptofoenus stephanoides (Roman 1920) (Pteromalidae: Leptofoeninae): New locality and distribution range extension for Colombia


Revision of the species of Jaliscoa Bouček within a review of the identity, relationships and membership...


The presence of Notanisus Walker (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) in North America and revision of the oulmesiensis species group


Revision of New World Spalangiinae (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae)


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Pteromalidae


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mmm


Moved


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pteromalidae


Perilampid.


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Eulophidae - female


No an ID


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Chalcidoidea


Chalcidoidea


Pteromalidae maybe...


Pteromalid Wasp (Pteromalidae) - female


Flightless Pteromalid Wasp (Pteromalidae) - female


Chalcidoid wasp


Yes - Pteromalidae


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Thanks for ideas


Eulophid Wasps


Look at Family Pteromalidae


Nomenclature


This looks to be in Pteromali


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Eulophid Wasp (Chalcidoidea)


Yes - a Chalcid Wasp (Chalcidoidea)


Chalcidoidea


Pteromalidae (Chalcidoidea)


Most likely...


Spalangia sp. (Pteromalidae)


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A female Chalcid Wasp (Chalcidoidea)


Chalcidoid wasp


Chalcidoidea


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'wasp'


Pteromalidae


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Almost certainly Torymidae


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