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Ettchellsia piliceps Cameron, 1909 (monotypic).
Eye margined posteriorly by post-orbital orbital carina; posterior border of mesopleuron smooth, without row of foveae; propodeum bearing unique pattern of longitudinal carinae (Figs 12–14); fuscous banding pattern present on fore wing (Figs 1, 4, 7) or wing entirely fuscous; fore wing with RS between RS+M and r-rs tubular (Fig. 4); apical part of RS tubular, arched toward stigma (Fig. 4); M+Cu and Cu1 spectral (Fig. 4); hind coxa bearing longitudinal carina; hind tibia rugose (Figs 1, 4, 7).
Detail generic character states were discussed by Shaw (1990) and Vilhelmsen et al. (2010).
Key to the females of the species of Ettchellsia
- Mita, T; Shaw, S; 2012: A taxonomic study on the genus Ettchellsia Cameron, with descriptions of three new species (Hymenoptera, Megalyridae, Dinapsini) ZooKeys, 254: 99-108. doi
- Cameron P (1909) Description of a new genus and species of parasitic Hymenoptera, representing a new tribe, from Kuching, Borneo. Deutsche entomologische Zeitschrift 1909: 208-209.
- Baltazar C (1961) Ettchellsia philippinensis sp. nov. (Dinapsinae, Megalyridae, Hymenoptera). The Philippine Journal of Science 90: 219-220.
- He J (1991) A new species of the genus Ettchellsia Cameron (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonoidea, Megalyridae). Acta Entomologica Sinica 34(4): 475–477.
- Shaw S (1990) Phylogeny and biogeography of the parasitoid wasp family Megalyridae (Hymenoptera). Journal of Biogeography 17: 569-581. doi: 10.2307/2845141
- Vilhelmsen L, Perrichot V, Shaw S (2010) Past and present diversity and distribution in the parasitic wasp family Megalyridae (Hymenoptera). Systematic Entomology 35: 658-677. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3113.2010.00537.x