: Chrysis subcoriacea.

A relatively rare species found in warm forest margins with large amounts of dead wood. The host is probably Ancistrocerus trifasciatus.  The females are usually easy to distinguish from closely related species by the laterally coriaceous and dull T2 and T3 .

Chrysis subcoriacea Linsenmaier, 1959
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