with a single seta on submarginal
short: usually, less than 1/3 the length of the
stigmal vein (STV).
3- and male
4-segmented. Antenna of female with 1 to 3 anelli
the first transverse, the second and third, when present,
laminar. Male antenna with 1 or 2 anelli
with scape not swollen and with short
to very long
, and usually with basal whorls of very
present on all the funicular segments. All funicular segments,
especially in female antenna, are distinctly longer than
3-segmented in both sexes.
near anterior ocellus. Malar sulcus straight
and sometimes with fovea below eye, although species living
on leafminers usually have a distinctly curved
usually with a single adnotaular seta
on each side, placed in posterior half, and with or without
median groove. Scutellum
with two pairs of longitudinal lines and two pairs of setae.
without Y-shaped paraspicular carina; propodeal spiracles
small to moderate-sized, close or fairly close to metanotum,
with their rim exposed. Median
on propodeum present or absent.
not distinct. Ovipositor sheaths not or only slightly projecting
beyond last tergite of gaster; cercal setae usually unequal
in length, with one being distinctly longer than the others.
Colour of the body metallic
or non metallic, with
or without pale markings; the leafminers parasitoid species,
belonging to the “anysis group