The cenocoeliine braconid Lestricus secalis (Linnaeus) is recorded for the first time in Spain, being the southernmost known locality in the species’ distribution. Two specimens emerged from branches of Pinus nigra ssp. salzmannii in which the Iberian endemic cerambycid Pogonocherus sturanii was developing, in Sierra Mágina (southern Spain). Illustrated notes on adult parasitoid and host morphology are given, with revised distribution maps.
This is a metadata only record.