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Photo#119895
tiny wasp - Deinodryinus atriventris - male

tiny wasp - Deinodryinus atriventris - Male
Cross Plains, Dane County, Wisconsin, USA
June 5, 2007
Size: ~5mm
Here is one more image. I don't know if the segments on the antenna can be counted accurately but this image at least shows some segments.

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tiny wasp - Deinodryinus atriventris - male tiny wasp - Deinodryinus atriventris - male tiny wasp - Deinodryinus atriventris - male

Moved
Moved from Dryinids.

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Moved from Crabronidae.

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Dryinidae (Chrysidoidea)
Dryinidae (Chrysidoidea)

 
You're absolutely correct...
male Dryinidae, probably in the genus Deinodryinus.

Moved

At least one can see...
That there are a few fairly long segments, rather than many short ones like in Ichneumons or Braconids. This reinforces my guess that this little insect is an Aculeate Hymenopteran.

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