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Podagrion Spinola (tribe Podagrionini) is thq only representative of this tribe in North America and as yet is not known from Canada. Species of Podagrion are parasitic on eggs of Mantidae (Dictyoptera). Members of the Nearctic Monodontomerini are recognized as follows: Hind femur three, or more, times longer than wide, ventrally with a single tooth, often serrate; hind tibia, with 2 apical spurs posteriorly, straight, with apex truncate. Members of the North American Monodontomerini are currently divided into l3 genera; of these, eight genera are known from Canada.
L7), with scrobes deeply excavated. Mandibles elongate, with 2 or 3 short teeth. Genae without malar groove. 32 Figs. l3-15. : 13, flrontal view of head; 14, fore wing; 15, hind leg. 33 Figs. 16, 17. : 16, frontal view of head: 17. dorsal view of head. 34 Fig. 18. Family Chalcididae, sublamily 4 Dirhininae:. : fore wing. Antennae inserted below level of posterior margin of eyes (Fig. l6). Fore wing with rudimentary postmarginal and stigmal veins (Fig. 18). Propodbum horizontal, flat, with characteristic cuplike cavity, or cell, with regular or irregular formation of carinae.
Superfamily Chalcidoidea. ). The insects of Australia. Melbourne University Press. Family 8 Eurytomidae Figs. 37-45 The family Eurytomidae is generally characterized as follows: Body either elongate and slender (mostHarmolita and some Eurytorza species) or small and stocky (most Bruchophagus and Systole species), largely black, sometimes black and yellow, rarely completely yellowish or with metallic sheen. rfuscated. Body surface punctate to rugose, reticulate to smooth, often heavily pitted (Fig.