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Braconid, I believe - Leiophron

Braconid, I believe - Leiophron
Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
June 22, 2014

Moved from Euphoriella.

Euphoriella has been synonymized under Leiophron. See Ross's comment here.


Yes it is a brac
The genus is Euphoriella in the subfamily Euphorinae. Looks like a new genus for the guide.

Since its new...
Sharkey. M. J. 1997. Key to New World subfamilies
of the family Braconidae, pp. 39-63. In Wharton.
R. A.. P. M. Marsh, and M. J. Sharkey, eds. Man-
ual of New World genera of the family Braconi-
dae. Special Publication of the International So-
ciety of Hymenopterists Number 1 . 439 pp.

Compare wing to fig. 80 on pg. 56


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