Pseudapanteles dignus (parasitoid)

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Author(s): Jose Fernandez-Triana, Daniel Janzen, Winnie Hallwachs, James Whitfield, M. Alex Smith and Robert Kula
Source: ZooKeys (2014) 446: 1-82

Pseudapanteles dignus (parasitoid) (Muesebeck, 1938)

This wasp is found in South and Central America and has been introduced into several areas. It is a solitary endoparasitoid for some moth larvae of the family Gelechiidae. The species can be recognized by the color of the mesosoma, coxae and tergites (Fernandez-Triana et al., 2014).