Adaptive Statistical Procedures and Related Topics: by John Van Ryzin

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Diagnosis. 1 mm. Antenna in females with 16–17, in males with 17 flagellomeres. Face with punctures clearly distinct from the background sculpture at least centrally. Mesopleuron smooth and polished and strongly punctate also along anterior margin on upper half. Propodeum with a full set of carinae enclosing basal and petiolar areas, lateral areas often not fully enclosed. 75 times as long as wide; tergites 2 and 3 with large, distinct punctures on a rugose or on tergite 3 smooth and polished background, punctures with distinct margins, rugose sculpture not extending across transverse impressions.

2 Coxae and some of the trochanters usually black, at least basally; if hind coxa all red, then fore and mid coxae dark at bases and hind trochanter marked with black . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Propodeum with carinae partly reduced, longitudinal carinae sometimes present but never with petiolar area fully enclosed by carinae (Fig. 17A). Hind tibia white with a dark apex and sometimes an indistinct subbasal spot but without a basal black band .

20 Face of female usually with a yellow central patch, and with yellow inner orbits often extending on gena. Coxae in females black with yellow apices, prominent at least on fore and mid coxae, the latter more yellow than black. Tergites 2 and 3 sometimes marked with yellow apically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Diplazon varicoxa (Thomson) Face of female without a yellow central face patch.

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