Female antenna, thorax and gaster of Eulophinusia cydippe, from Bouček (1988).

Belongs within: Eulophini.

Eulophinusia is a genus of parasitic wasps found in Australia; where known, hosts are small moths.

Characters (from Bouček 1988): Body length up to 1.5 mm, dorsal thorax and face often with yellow pattern; antennae in both sexes simple, short, flagellum not distinctly clavate, funicular segments 2 to 4 transverse; notauli incomplete; scutellum without sublateral grooves, bare except for 4 setae, often broader than long, axillae wide apart, narrow and strongly advanced; gaster dorsally collapsing.

Eulophinusia Girault 1913 (see below for synonymy) B88
    |--*E. cydippe Girault 1913 [=Grotiusella cydippe] B88
    |--E. argentifasciata (Girault 1915) [=Grotiusella argentifasciata] B88
    |--E. auritibiae (Girault 1925) [=Grotiusella auritibiae] B88
    |--E. cavendishi (Girault 1915) [=Grotiusella cavendishi] B88
    |--E. circumjecta (Girault 1913) [=*Elachertonecremnus circumjectus] B88
    |--E. dei (Girault 1922) [=Babinda dei] B88
    |--E. eja (Girault 1921) [=Grotiusella eja] B88
    |--E. facies (Girault 1915) [=Grotiusella facies] B88
    |--E. fasciatifrons (Girault 1913) [=*Grotiusella fasciatifrons] B88
    |--E. hyatti (Girault 1915) [=Grotiusella hyatti] B88
    |--E. multiguttata (Girault 1915) [=Grotiusella multiguttata] B88
    |--E. murrariensis (Girault 1922) [=*Babinda murrariensis] B88
    |--E. pearsoni (Girault 1915) [=Grotiusella pearsoni] B88
    |--E. sannio (Girault 1913) [=Diglyphomorphella sannio] B88
    |--E. spenceri (Girault 1913) [=*Alophomopsis spenceri] B88
    |--E. thoreauini (Girault 1915) [=Grotiusella thoreauini] B88
    `--E. variguttata (Girault 1916) [=Grotiusella variguttata] B88

Eulophinusia Girault 1913 [incl. Alophomopsis Girault 1913, Babinda Girault 1922, Elachertonecremnus Girault 1913, Grotiusella Girault 1913] B88

*Type species of generic name indicated


[B88] Bouček, Z. 1988. Australasian Chalcidoidea (Hymenoptera): A biosystematic revision of genera of fourteen families, with a reclassification of species. CAB International: Wallingford (UK).

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