- Dendrosoter sulcatus Muesebeck (fig. 54): D. sulcatus
has a deep cleft above the eyes, with swollen areas (tubercles) on each
side. The wings are dusky with a white band extending across them. The
adults are 2.8-3.5 mm, dark brown, and the apical half of the abdomen
is darker than the basal half.
- Meteorus hypophloei Cushman (fig. 55): M. hypophloei
(2.83.8 mm) has a thick head, a stout thorax (about 21/2 times as long
as wide), and coarsely sculptured hind coxae. The females have a slender,
slightly decurved oviposter. Wings are clear.
- Spathius pallidus Ashmead (fig. 56): The adult s. pallidus
is 3.5 mm long and light brown. The head has striations, and the wings
appear patterned. The petiole is striated and has lateral processes.
The first abdominal segment is almost as long as the remainder of the