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Seven new Species of Braconidae

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 July 2009

D. S. Wilkinson
Senior Assistant, Imperial Bureau of Entomology.


Apanteles pistrinariae, sp. n.

♀. Black ; scape, mouthparts (or at least palpi), tegulae, costal veins, legs and abdomen entirely (except as follows), red testaceous ; hind tarsi, extreme apex of hind tibiae, extreme base of hind coxae, occasionally very slightly darkened ; 1st and 2nd tergites, and ovipositor sheaths, black ; 3rd tergite dark red, at least darker than ventrites and apical tergites ; flagellum brown ; stigma, metacarp, and most other veins, brown or light reddish brown.

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