(Chalcidoidea) - Encyrtidae:

19a (18). Fore wing venation greatly reduced with a single vein along margin and very short spur; fore wing with uncus (= narrow stub near stigmal vein apex) well separated from post marginal vein (Fig. A); marginal vein indistinct and somewhat punctiform (with impressed pits or depressions); tarsi with 4 segments on all legs; abdominal petiole at most 1-segmented; eggs dumbbell-shaped; avg. length of female 1.85 mm, male 1.7 mm; endophagous, gregarious larval parasitoids .................................(Chalcidoidea) - Encyrtidae, Tachinaephagus spp..........38

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(Chalcidoidea) - Pteromalidae:

19b. Fore wing marginal vein <2X as long as stigmal (Fig. A); antennae with 6 or fewer funicle segments;hind tarsus with at least 5 segments; abdominal petiole often conspicuous and with dorsal carinae (= ridges); ectophagous pupal parasitoids inside host puparium

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