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Bao is Thai for light and nai is Thai for eye. The name refers to the pale color of the superior orbit of the eye.
Body length 6.0 mm; ovipositor length/body length ratio = 1.0. Antenna with 35 flagellomeres. Third labial (penultimate) palpomere about ½ as long as apical palpomere. Scutellar groove with 3 longitudinal ridges. Propodeum rugose and mostly glabrous. Superior orbit of eye orange, posterior orbit also orange. Mesoscutum mostly punctate.
Holotype ♀ (H360), THAILAND, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Namtok Yong NP, behind campground lavatory, 8°10.434'N, 99°44.508'E, 80 m, Malaise trap, 9–16.ix.2008, U-prai leg. Paratypes: ♀ (H282) THAILAND, Trang, Khao Pu-Khao Ya NP, 7°32.534'N, 99°47.856'E, 145 m, Malaise trap, 2–9.xii.2005 M Sharkey leg. MALAYSIA: 2♀♀ (H5928, H16987), Pahang, Kuala Lompat, 1.ix.1999, 3°41'44.27"N, 102°13'25.42"E, Nor Zaneedarwaty leg. ♀ (H16988), Selangor, Kuala Sawit, 3°11'N, 101°37'E, 22.xi.1999, Nor Zaneedarwaty leg.
Known only from the specimens collected in Thailand. For a distribution map go to: http://bit.ly/23QN2Ik