292a (287b). Tarsi with 3 segments, all segments elongated and almost of same length (Fig.A);

setae on wings usually arranged in rows; stigmal vein usually elongated, postmarginal vein absent

(Fig.A); antennae short (5-9 segments) (Fig.A) and with few discernible funicular

segments, male with elongated antennal "setae."; body minute, rarely exceeding 1 mm in

length, never metallic (Figs.B-C); egg parasites.......................................Trichogrammatidae

 

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292b. Tarsi with 4-5 segments; setae on wings largely absent, evenly covering wings, or with only

a few bare spots or rows present; stigmal vein short and not obviously divergent from wing

margin; antennae variable, but usually with discernible funiclar segments (if not, then with

large undivided club) (Fig.A).......................................................................................................... 293

 

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