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. .. Female, Hind margin of first tergite straight or slightly convex in posterior part (fig. 1 * )

*. ). , 4 -Fore wing with basal cell moderately to extensively pilose or, at least, with basal vein pilose

, tenuicornis Bou?ek, 1970 -Antennal funicular segments long, with F1 about 3.7 × as long as broad; clypeus dorsally strigose; large species, more than 2 mm; metasoma non-metallic, brown or whitish-yellow; body metallic green, gaster without metallic reflections

, 6 -Basal cell completely bare or at most pilose in its distal half (figs 5 * -6 * ); antennal club before spicula always gradually becoming pointed, never globose, Basal cell uniformly hairy (fig. 4 * ); antennal club before spicula either gradually becoming pointed or globose

, Masi, 1922) -Speculum absent; antenna short, thickening towards apex, with segments from 3 rd to 6 th subquadrate; club in appearance unisegmented with segments fused; club pointed bearing a short stocky spicula (fig. 19 * ); head globose in dorsal view with large rounded temples (fig. 7 * ), 1974.

, Basal cell: few setae present on the basal vein and sometimes near it (fig. 5 * ); head strongly transverse in dorsal view, with eyes in lateral position and temples receding, POL ? OOL (fig. 9 * )

. .. , scabriculus (Nees, 1834) -Basal cell hairy on the entire distal half (fig. 6 * ); head transverse but temples present and eyes in antero-lateral position; POL ? OOL (fig. 10 * ), 1941.

, Gaster very long and narrow, more than 4 times as long as broad and about twice as long as head plus mesosoma together, orange with distal third black

. .. , guyoni (Giraud, 1870) -Gaster much shorter and broader, at most about 3 times as long as broad and not much longer than head plus mesosoma together (fig. 8 * ), smaller species (up to 7 mm but usually less)

. .. , 11 11. Antenna without an obvious spicula (cf. fig. 17 * ), dark, proximal part of flagellum broader than pedicel, Gena with strongly developed quadrangular lamina at base of mandible (fig. 16 * )

. .. , Antenna with distinct spicula (fig. 20 * ), yellowish, proximal part of flagellum about as broad as pedicel; head in dorsal view more than 2.3 × as wide as long and slightly higher than wide in frontal view; head and mesosoma coppery-green to blackish, eyes brownish; gaster anteriorly without any reddish-orange coloration, 1922.

, Hind margin of first tergite straight or slightly convex in posterior part

, 1922) -Speculum absent; head globose in dorsal view with large rounded temples; antenna with wider segments, covered by very dense short setae, vol.16, p.15, 1974.

). .. , Basal cell: few setae present on the basal vein and sometimes near it; head strongly transverse in dorsal view, with eyes in lateral position and temples receding, Funicular segments long and not pedicellate (Figs 12C

. .. , scabriculus (Nees, 1834) -Basal cell hairy on the entire distal half

. .. Pol-?-ool, , 1941.

. .. , Base of gaster, next to petiole, orange, only tip black; antenna shorter, pedicellus plus flagellum only about 1.2 times as long as width of head; tibia entirely yellow, 1942.

H. Lotfalizadeh, Chalcidoidea of Phragmites australis in Iran broad as long in dorsal view (fig. 12 * ); head bluish-black, mesosoma bluish, eyes reddish

. .. , Funicular segments with two whorls of long setae and few sensillae (1-2); metasoma brownish-black, with distinct metallic reflections, except extensively whitish to yellowish dorsally and ventrally in proximal half or slightly less, 1922.

, metasoma whitish-yellow with its tip and extreme base black, without metallic reflection, 2015.