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Dam is Thai for black and nai is Thai for eye. The name refers to the black color of the superior orbit of the eye.
Body length 5.3 mm; ovipositor length/body length ratio = 0.7. Antenna with 33 flagellomeres. Third labial (penultimate) palpomere about ½ as long as apical palpomere. Scutellar groove with 3 longitudinal ridges. Fore tibia lacking pegs; mid tibia with 3 pegs; hind tibia with 6 pegs. Fore tibia lacking pegs; mid tibia with 3 pegs; hind tibia with 6–8 pegs. Propodeum rugose but with discernible large areolae as in some Lytopylus species. Superior orbit of eye black, posterior orbit orange. Mesoscutum mostly rugose.
Holotype ♀ (H468), THAILAND Chiang Mai, Doi Chiang Dao WS, Pha Tang unit, 19°24.978'N, 98°54.886'E, 526 m, Malaise trap, 24–31.iii.2008, Songkran & Apichart leg. Paratypes: THAILAND: ♀ (H999), Lampang Chae Son NP, Youthcamp/meeting hall, 18°49.866'N, 99°28.209'E, 476 m, Malaise trap, 15-22.iii.2008 B Kwannui & A. Sukpeng leg. ♀ (H2416), Lampang Chae Son NP Youthcamp, 18°49.826'N, 99°28.256'E, 455 m, Malaise trap, 1–7.iv.2008 B Kwannui & A. Sukpeng leg. ♀ (H397), Chiang Mai, Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden, 18°52'57.5"N, 98°51'35.5"E, 17–24.ii.2009, MT K Kaewjanta & R. Sawkord leg.
Known only from the specimens collected in Thailand. For a distribution map go to: http://bit.ly/22WZjoH