Tenuicornus dominicus gen. et sp. n., showing general habitus and diagnostic characters. A General habitus in frontolateral view, showing rather long exerted part of the ovipositor B Head and mesosoma in dorsal view, mesosoma with polished mesonotum, foveolate notauli, and absent frenal line C Head in frontolateral view, with deep facial impression and enlarged setae at each side of lateral margin of the impression D Head and antennae in frontolateral view, at slightly different angle than C, with nail-shaped inner antennal process (iap) visible and highlighted with a red line; antennae inserted at ventral margin of eyes, with long scape, and 6-segmented, clavate funicle E Fore wing without a tuft of erect setae at parastigma (pst) and without pilosity or setal bases on wing disc. Scale: 500 µm (A); 200 µm (B–D).

  Part of: Bläser M, Krogmann L, Peters RS (2015) Two new fossil genera and species of Cerocephalinae (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea, Pteromalidae), including the first record from the Eocene. ZooKeys 545: 89-100. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.545.6470