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unknown wasp - Dendrocerus - male

unknown wasp - Dendrocerus - Male
Aromas, San Benito County, California, USA
October 22, 2007
Size: ~3mm.
Yet another black light arrival last night (live oak/chaparral habitat). This guy stayed right on the black light housing as close the the black light as he could get without being on it, wouldn't get down on the sheet for a better photo.

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unknown wasp - Dendrocerus - male unknown wasp - Dendrocerus - male

Moved
Moved from Megaspilidae.

Megaspilidae (Ceraphronoidea) - male
Such serrated antennae are peculiar to males of some genera of this small family. Females have slightly clubbed ones.

 
id
Dendrocerus sp.

 
Agreed
Moved to family page.

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