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Eurytoma


This parasitoid is a solitary ectoparasitoids of moth larvae in both fruits and stalks. It attacks Prodoxus and Tegeticula larvae. Adults are black and have distinctive red eyes. The thorax is heavily stippled with pits. Eurytoma has been collected from Arizona, California, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, and northern Mexico.


Photos

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Pinned Eurytoma
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Egg of Eurytoma

Photos used with permission from Michael Thompson's Masters Thesis "Parasitoids of the Bogus Yucca Moth (Prodoxus Marginatus Riley). 1980. California State Polytechnic Institute, Pomona, CA.


Species utilized

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Individual parasitoid genera

Click on the links below to learn more about each genus.

Eupelmidae:   | Eusandalum | Eupelmus |

Eurytomidae: | Eurytoma | Eudecatoma |

Braconidae:   | Heterospilus | Digonogastra |