Thread subject: Diptera.info :: Parasites of geometer moth => Eulophidae
Posted by Marion Friedrich on 28-12-2019 22:08
Thank you very much Eric.
Eulophidae looks very good.
Maybe the larvae belong to the genus Euplectrus. The members of this genus are ectoparasites of caterpillars.
The fungus theory might be wrong. Also the larvae can spin communal cocoons around the host. That was my first thought that I gave up again because I couldn't find any adults. But, maybe the tiny wasps managed to escape.