A small genus with three species known .
- , “Taxapad 2012, Ichneumonoidea 2011. Database on flash-drive.”. www.taxapad.com, Ottawa, Canada., 2012.
Head subcubical; ocellar triangle with base larger than sides; eyes glabrous; occipital carina complete and fused below with hypostomal carina; postgenal bridge narrow; palps formula 6-4; third segment of labial palps not shortened; scape wide and short, without apical lobe; first flagellar segment almost as long as second segment; neck of promesosoma long; anterior mesonotum gently curving posteriorly and raised above pronotum; notauli entirely deep, sparsely crenulate; scuto-scutelar suture present, but fine in most part; sternaulus deep, long, almost straight; prepectal carina distinct and complete; postpectal carina absent; propodeum with marginate basolateral areas; lateral tubercles and propodeal bridge absent; fore tibia with dense spines arranged almost in single row; hind coxa with basoventral corner or tooth; all femora with more or less distinct dorsal protuberances; hind basitarsus 0.9 x as long as segments 2-5 combined; fore wing marginal cell not shortened; 2RS and r-m present; 1m-cu postfurcal; 1cu-a postfurcal; 3CU interstitial; first subdiscal cell closed; hind wing cu-a present; subbasal cell small; M+CU 0.5-0.55 x 1M; m-cu present; basal cell narrow; RS arising from R; marginal cell without r; first metasomal tergite not petiolate, wide, immovably fused with second tergite in both sexes (seen laterally); acrosternite about 0.2x as long as first tergite; dorsope of first tergite small; first suture distinct and shallow, second suture distinct and straight; second tergite with semioval basal area and long lenticular apical area; sixth tergite of female large, almost concealing the succeeding segments; ovipositor longer than metasoma .
- , “Systematics, distribution and diversity of the Australasian doryctine wasps (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Doryctinae).”, Records of the South Australian Museum Monograph Series, vol. 8, pp. 1-150, 2004.
It is similar to Rhaconotus but is distinguished by the immovably fused first and second metasomal tergites in both sexes .
- , “Two new oriental-Australian genera of Doryctinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) with immovably fused first three metasomal tergite”, Russian Entomological Journal, vol. 9, no. 4, pp. 345-351, 2000.