Foenomorpha senlura (Cenocoeliinae, Braconidae)

I have extracted a few evanoid-like braconids from the recent French Guianan batch and amongst the Cenocoeliinae I found a few of these, which I didn’t think was related but Yves Braet (an expert on French Guianan braconids) suggested Foenomorpha and after a bit of Googling I found a key (by Yves) that suggests that this is Foenomorpha senlura – it feels amazing to get a species-level identification for a neotropical wasp 😀


2 Replies to “Foenomorpha senlura (Cenocoeliinae, Braconidae)”

  1. Hi Chris,
    I just have a look today to your updates in your blog. I confirm that it is a F. senlura.
    I like you picture of flies too.
    Have fun in your study!

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