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Parasitoid - female

Parasitoid - Female
Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA
May 7, 2007
Size: 3 mm
A small Hymenopteran. Not sure of family placement.

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Moved from Eurytomidae.

Would be my idea!

Thanks for ideas
With the dorsum being coarsely punctate and antennae inserted above lower margin of eyes, Borror and DeLong (1) imply this excludes Pteromalidae. Does that make Eurytomidae the best choice?

not Torymidae, but...
I was going to say Eurytomidae, after ruling out most everything else.

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