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14. Females with 3 funicular segments; antenna often with 3 or more anelli. Submarginal vein (a1) not smoothly meeting premarginal vein because parastigma (a1: p) extends strongly posteriad of submarginal vein. Scutellum (b1) with some sculpturing (raised or sunken). Flagellomeres (c1) symmetrical in males.

a few Tetrastichinae [Not keyed at this time. See Schauff, LaSalle, & Coote, 1997]

14'. Females with 4 funicular segments; antenna never with more than 2 anelli. Submarginal vein (aa1: s) smoothly meeting premarginal vein, or only a small extension where basal vein meets parastigma. Either scutellum smooth and shiny except for sublateral grooves (bb1) or flagellomeres asymmetrical (serrate or lobate) in males (cc1).

a few Eulophinae (Miotropis, Paraolinx, and possibly some Grotiusomyia)



tetrastichine venation.JPG (6606 bytes) eulophine wing.JPG (37469 bytes)

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b1 bb1


tetrastichine mesosoma.JPG (38369 bytes) miotropis mesosoma.JPG (25566 bytes) paraolinx male antenna.JPG (10631 bytes) Baryscapus male antenna.JPG (12510 bytes)

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Image credits: a1, aa1, b1, bb1: Schauff, et al. (1997). cc1: Miller (1970). cc2: Graham (1987).