Belongs within: Euaculeata. The Tiphiidae are a group of small wasps that develop as parasites of subterranean beetle larvae. Within the family, members of the genus Tiphia have wings with two submarginal cells and a single spur on the mid tibia. Anthobosca have three submarginal cells and two mid-tibial spurs (Naumann 1991). Characters (from Naumann 1991): Inner margins… Continue reading Tiphiidae

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