Hansson, C. 2002. Eulophidae of Costa Rica, 1. Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute, 67:71.
Vertex strongly reticulate inside and in front of ocellar triangle, smooth and shiny laterad to ocellar triangle; second gastral tergite large in both sexes, tergites 1+2 cover 0.8X the length of gaster in female, 0.7X in male. Similar to acuminata and eora, but with longer and more slender flagellomeres, hind margin of first gastral tergite smoothly curved backwards. Also differs from acuminata in having shorter apical ovipositor sheaths; and from eora through the following: antennal scrobes join closer to scrobes, malar sulcus is present, vertex is smooth and shiny laterad to ocellar triangle, occipital margin with carina, postmarginal vein is longer (1.0X as long as stigmal vein).
Depository of primary type
Holotype female in Natural History Museum (BMNH), London, England.