288a (287a). Hind coxa greatly enlarged; posterior scutellum with triangular, usually translucent

flap overhanging propodeum; hind tibia with irregular, linear, or diamond-shaped patterns

of setae; prescutal sutures indistinct; tarsi with 4 segments; fore wing very narrow, wedge-

shaped and almost completely hairy, without outstanding bristles; male antenna with 3

branches (Fig.A); general appearance (Figs.A-E)........................................................Elasmidae

 

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B C D E

 

288b. Hind coxa not greatly enlarged (normal); posterior scutellum without overhanging triangular

flap; hind tibia without irregular setal patterns; body ranges from minute to medium size

(Figs.A-D) (up to 6 mm long)..........................................................Eulophidae..(Subfamilies: 289)

 

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A B C D