Anastatus are small wasps belonging to the family Eupelmidae. These egg parasitoids are mass produced in laboratories of the pest management centers of DOAE. Host eggs glued on cards are placed in plastic containers and adult female wasps are released to parasitize these eggs. The cards are then placed in the field where adult wasps emerge.

Anastatus rearing facility.
Cards with host eggs are kept in plastic containers
Cards with host eggs that were parasitized by Anastatus wasps.
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