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Diapriidae

Wikipedia Abstract

The Diapriidae are a family of insects belonging to the order Hymenoptera. These tiny wasps have an average length of 2-4 mm and never exceed 8 mm. They are typically parasitoids on the larvae and pupae of a wide range of insects, especially flies; a few are hyperparasitoids (e.g., Ismarus, which parasitizes Dryinidae, which are themselves parasites of leafhoppers).
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Genus

Antarctopria (5)
Archaeopria (3)
Betyla (11)
Diphoropria (2)
Entomacis (1)
Gladicauda (1)
Hemilexomyia (1)
Malvina (4)
Maoripria (4)
Pantolytomyia (7)
Parabetyla (7)
Probetyla (1)
Spilomicrus (3)
Stylaclista (1)
Zealaptera (1)

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