Diachasmimorpha fullawayi (Silvestri, 1913)
Silvestri (1913) also proposed the variety robustum for larger individuals that he reared from fruits collected in Conakry, Guinea.
For additional information, see the Diachasmimorpha page. In publications prior to about 1988, the species of Diachasmimorpha, including this one, were most often placed either in the genus Opius or in the genus Biosteres.
Additional morphological features of use in distinguishing Diachasmimorpha fullawayi from other members of the genus are: 1) the fore wing 1cu-a is not as widely separated from 1M; 2) the lateral margin of the mesonotum between the notaulus and tegula is more distinctly carinate; 3) the notauli are often weakly sculptured basally; and 4) the first flagellomere is slightly shorter than the second.