close to Spathidexia (Gymnopalpus) setipennis (Surinam)

close to Spathidexia (Gymnopalpus) setipennis (Surinam)
This one keys quite confidently to Uramya sp. but it is a female so it lacks any tails that might confirm the determination. EDIT (26/11/2010): Monty has said that this is incorrect – it looks closer to Spathidexia and is possibly Spathidexia (Gymnopalpus) setipennis.

Spathidexia sp. (French Guiana)

Spathidexia sp. (French Guiana)
This specimen keys quite easily to Polygaster – it has the anterior katepisternal bristle ventral to the pleural suture and it has the trapezoidal scutellum with crossed apical bristles enclosed within crossed subapicals/laterals. But it differs from the description in Monty’s key by having a bare r1 and cu vein and hairs only on r4+5. ...