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9. Gaster (a1) with 8 distinctly separated tergites in females (7 in males), the 8th tergite present as an epipygium [spiracles always present on Gt6--use it as easy landmark]. Forewing (d1) usually with rows of setae radiating from stigma and always with an entirely exposed row of admarginal setae. Notauli distinctly complete (b1); scutellum never with submedian or sublateral grooves. Antenna (c1, c2) always with 7 postanellar flagellomeres (5 funiculars and 2 clavals, or 4 funiculars and 3 clavals, though apical segment often very small).

Euderinae

9'. Gaster with 7 distinctly separated tergites in females and males, epipygium absent. Notauli often incomplete (Eulophinae). Scutellum (bb1, bb2) often with submedian or sublateral grooves. Forewing (dd1) without rows of setae radiating from stigma, usually with a long row of admarginal setae, but dorsal surface of wing with setae covering the area so that they are not exposed. Antenna frequently with fewer than 7 postanellar flagellomeres (4 funiculars and 2 clavals, or 3 funiculars and 3 clavals).

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a1

b1
euderus gaster.JPG (13866 bytes) euderus_notauli.JPG (45431 bytes)

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bb1

bb2
elachertus cacoeciae scutellum.JPG (23345 bytes) Baryscapus_mesosoma.JPG (22681 bytes)

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c1

c2

Allocerastichus male antenna.JPG (14114 bytes)

euderus_female_antenna.JPG (13603 bytes)

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d1

dd1

euderus forewing.JPG (21866 bytes)

dasyeulophus wing.JPG (25082 bytes)

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Image credits: a1, c1-2, d1: Coote (1994). b1: Boucek (1988). bb1: Schauff (1985b). bb2, cc1: Schauff, et al. (1997). dd1: Schauff & LaSalle (1993).