The first Dominican amber fossil of the parasitoid family Orussidae (Euhymenoptera: Orussomorpha) is described and figured from a single individual preserved in Early Miocene (Burdigalian) amber from the Dominican Republic. Ophrynopus peritus Engel, new species, is the first orussid fossil described from Tertiary amber and the first species documented from the West Indies.
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