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The fairy flies, a family of hymenopteran insects in the superfamily Chalcidoidea.
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Unlike its Neverland namesake, the fairyfly
's lifespan is much shorter, with estimates of just a few days.
quadripustulatus eggs laid in plant stems by the fairyfly
parasitoid Anagrus sp.
The eggs are parasitized by a fairyfly
originally thought to be Anagrus delicatus Dozier (Hymenoptera: Mymaridac) (Stiling and Strong 1982, Cronin and Strong 1993), but recently described as A.