263a (262a). Ovipositor at least a little protruding; both sexes: abdomen without pits;

propodeum postero-laterally angled and does not project over hind coxa (dorsal view);

cerci of last dorsal plate elongated or 4-sided and with long setae (not as apparent in male

as female); pronotum mostly long, often almost conical; prepectus almost equal to tegula;

hind tibial spurs thin; male abdomen collapsed or convex, in latter case at least as high as

broad, without lateral edge (Figs.A-E)......................................Torymidae...(Subfamilies: ..... 264)

 

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263b. Ovipositor not protruding; both sexes: pronotum relatively short; abdomen with pits and

always heavily sclerotized; propodeum postero-laterally rounded and projects over hind

coxa (dorsal view); cerci of last dorsal plate reduced to low plates (like a disk); prepectus

much smaller than tegula; hind tibial spurs thickened (Figs.A-B).................................Ormyridae

 

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