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Eusandalum


Eusandalum appears to be a solitary ectoparasitoid and to only attack Prodoxus larvae. Adults have a brownish-green color and are excellent jumpers. The abdomen of females resembles a cone and appears extremely large in comparison to the rest of the body. Eusandalum has been collected from northern Mexico, Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah.


Photos

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Female Eusandalum.

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Eusandalum larva extracted from gallery of Prodoxus y-inversus in fruit of Yucca baccata


Species utilized

Eusandalum


Individual parasitoid genera

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

Eupelmidae:   | Eusandalum | Eupelmus |

Eurytomidae: | Eurytoma | Eudecatoma |

Braconidae:   | Heterospilus | Digonogastra |