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The members of this family display sexual dimorphism, males are brachypterous, which means that they have reduced, non-functional wings. A unique feature of this subfamily is that all the known species are primary gall formers on Banksia.
- Australian Faunal Directory
- Austin, A.D. & Dangerfield, P.C. (1998). Biology of the Mesostoa kerri Austin and Wharton (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Mesostoinae), an endemic Australian wasp that causes stem galls on Banksia marginata Cav. Aust. J. Bot. 46: 559-569
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