Fully (A) and dissected (B) galls of Isocolus scabiosae in achenes of heads of Centaurea scabiosa. C detail of larvae of Ormyrus gratiosus inside cells of I. scabiosae gall D galls of Andricus hispanicus on Quercus pyrenaica E cross-section of gall of Andricus hispanicus with larvae of Ormyrus nitidulus within gall cell F detail of head and thorax in anterior view of larvae of Ormyrus nitidulus within gall cell of A. hispanicus G gall of Myopites limbardae on Inula viscosa H cross-section of gall of Myopites limbardae on Inula viscosa I detail of larva of Ormyrus orientalis within gall cell of Tephritidae on Microlonchus salmanticus J galls of Aylax papaveris on poppy heads K cross-section of poppy head shown cells of galls of A. papaveris L larvae of Ormyrus papaveris with debris of dead host within gall cells of A. papaveris.

 
 
  Part of: G√≥mez JF, Nieves MH, Gayubo SF, Nieves-Aldrey JL (2017) Terminal-instar larval systematics and biology of west European species of Ormyridae associated with insect galls (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea). ZooKeys 644: 51-88. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.644.10035