An atypical, brachypterous species of Idris Förster (Platygastroidea: Scelionidae) from India
A new species of Idris – Idris semiflaviventris sp. n. - belonging to the tribe Baeini is described from Kodaikanal in the Western Ghats, S. India. This species is unusual in that it has a short interocellar space, subequal posterior margins of T1 and T2, and T2 the longest and widest tergite.
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