Diachasmimorpha sublaevis (Wharton, 1978)
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Taxonomic History / Nomenclature
Members of the species group to which sublaevis belongs are characterized by weakly developed notauli and a straight ovipositor. Diachasmimorpha sublaevis is similar to Diachasmimorpha mellea in the possession of a striate second metasomal tergum, but the pleural sulcus (sometimes referred to as the sternaulus) is more weakly sculptured in sublaevis.
Biology / Hosts