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Eulophidae (?) sp.

Eulophidae (?) sp.
~1 mi., W. of the Galleria, in Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA
May 29, 2014
Size: 2 mm or less
I think I can eliminate Encyrtidae by (at least) the lack of spurs on the mid-tibiae, and Aphelinidae by (at least) the narrow-ish "waist." There are some similar-looking specimens on BG under Eulophidae, such as , , and , although nothing that looks to me like an exact match.

Second image has the wings slightly more in focus.

Images of this individual: tag all
Eulophidae (?) sp. Eulophidae (?) sp.

Subfamily placement by Dr. Michael Schauff.

Moved from Eulophidae.

Moved from Ants, Bees, Wasps and Sawflies. Thanks, Ross!

Yes - Eulophid…
See reference here.

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