Pleistodontes

Belongs within: Agaonidae. Pleistodontes is an Australasian genus of wasps that pollinate figs of Ficus section Malvanthera (Bouček 1988). Characters (from Bouček 1988): Females with head slightly to strongly longer than broad, with long subparallel genae; mandibular appendage usually with more than 20 laminae, these sometimes denticulate; amennal scape either slender, fully 3 times as… Continue reading Pleistodontes

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Ceratosolen

Belongs within: Agaonidae. Ceratosolen is a genus of fig-wasps found in Africa, southern Asia and Australasia, pollinating figs of Ficus sections Sycidium, Adenosperma and Sycocarpus (Bouček 1988). Characters (from Bouček 1988): Females with scape short but stout; forewing venation distinct, normally pigmented; spiracles of sixth tergite surrounded by large concave and elongate peritremal areas with… Continue reading Ceratosolen

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