Eggs of Timarcha nicaeensis coated with regurgitate 1 well-camouflaged on bark 2 the tree from which most eggs were collected; eggs easily seen on the bare wood.

  Part of: Shaw MR, Kan P, Kan-van Limburg Stirum B, Schwarz M (2021) The remarkable biology of a new species of Gelis Thunberg, 1827 (Ichneumonidae, Phygadeuontinae), a solitary endoparasitoid of fresh eggs of Timarcha (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae). Journal of Hymenoptera Research 82: 161-186.