Two new Eulophidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) of economic importance from China.
Two new species of Eulophidae which are potential biological control agents of economically important pests are described from China. Aprostocetus prolixus sp. nov. is an egg-parasitoid of Apriona germarii, and Hyssopus grossoris sp. nov. is a larval parasitoid of Paranthrene tabaniformis. The species Elachertus pallidus is transferred to Hyssopus, comb. nov.