Egg-parasitoids wasps of Planaeschna milnei
The final renewal day of this page is June 26, 2004.
The larva of Planaeschna milnei is inhabiting to the mountain stream in the forest of a low mountainous region. The flight period is the end of October from the end of June. Female lays eggs to the soft died tree near a flow. I confirmed the egg-parasitoids wasps of 2 species (Eulophidae and Scelionidae) until now.
Ｆigure12-1:1.Oviposition of Planaeschna milnei . 2. The inhabiting environment of Planaeschna milnei .
Ｆigure12-2:Several eggs of Planaeschna milnei There is the egg that the egg-parasitoids wasp (Eulophidae) is included. (A white arrow) （Reduction in 1/2 of standard size）
Ｆigure12-3:Eulophidae （Reduction in 1/2 of standard size）
Ｆigure12-4:Eulophidae Size ♂: body length 1.3mm. ♀: body length 1.9mm. The back of the male is yellow. The ovipositor of the female is long. (Standard size)
Ｆigure12-5:Scelionidae 1: April 26, 2004 2: May 12, 2004 3: May 22, 2004 I collected this egg on December 4, 2003. It was May 26, 2004 that the wasp appeared from the egg.
Ｆigure12-6: Scelionidae Size ♀：body length 1.58mm Scelionidae that appeared from the egg of Planaeschna milnei this year was all the females.