7–10 Glyptapanteles gigas Liang & Song, sp. nov. 7 metasoma. T1 smooth, 1.9 times as long as its greatest width, slightly parallel on both sides, base broad depression concave, narrowed toward the end 8 T2 approximately scalariform, the central area inconspicuous with apical width slightly long than central length. T3 1.1 times as wide as long, slightly longer than T2 9 ovipositor short, ovipositor sheath short, about equal to length of the 2th hind tarsus 10 body mostly black. Antennae black brown. 11 Parasitized larva of M. gigas, cocoons and adult of G. gigas. White ellipse indicating adult of parasitoid. Red and white arrows indicating parasitized larva and cocoons of parasitoid respectively. 12 Unparasitized larvae of the host M. gigas.

  Part of: Lu C, Tang J, Dong W, Zhou Y, Gai X, Lin H, Song D, Liang G (2020) A new species of Glyptapanteles Ashmead (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Microgastrinae) within Macrobrochis gigas (Lepidoptera, Arctiidae, Lithosiidae) in Fujian, China. ZooKeys 913: 127-139. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.913.46646