Family Eulophidae

Tarsi 4-segmented; wing pubescence irregular. Most species are 1-3 mm long and parasitoids of leaf-mining insects, including many crop pests. EXAMPLES: Chrysocharis prodice (apple pygmy moth parasitoid), Diglyphus spp., Eulophus pennicornis (brassy tombstone chalcid), Tetrastichus asparagi (asparagus beetle parasitoid).

Fig. 155 Left lateral view of the abdomen of a pteromalid wasp - family Pteromalidae.

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