Maximum Likelihood tree showing the proximity of COI barcode sequences of the two hymenopteran parasitoids of Micrurapteryx baranchikovi sp. nov. (indicated in red) to the closest relatives in BOLD. As the specimen identity in BOLD (indicated in blue) is doubtful, the species name is given between quotes. Each specimen is indicated by the BOLD Process ID, followed by species name, host (where known), country (BLR Belarus, CA Canada, DE Germany, FI Finland, NO Norway, RU Russia), and sampling region. Bootstrap values are indicated next to the corresponding branches. BIN numbers are given in bold next to the clusters; if several BINs are known to one species, they are listed next to each specimen.

  Part of: Kirichenko NI, Akulov EN, Triberti P, Belokobylskij SA (2021) A new species of Micrurapteryx (Lepidoptera, Gracillariidae) feeding on Thermopsis lanceolata (Fabaceae) in southern Siberia and its hymenopterous parasitoids. ZooKeys 1061: 131-163.