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Helorus anomalipes (syn. paradoxus) - Helorus anomalipes - female

Helorus anomalipes (syn. paradoxus) - Helorus anomalipes - Female
Kennedy Meadows, Tulare County, California, USA
July 20, 1986
Size: 4-5 mm.
The family is Heloridae in the Proctotrupoidea. These were flying around Artemisia tridentata heavily infested with aphids.

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Helorus anomalipes (syn. paradoxus) - Helorus anomalipes - female Helorus anomalipes (syn. paradoxus) - Helorus anomalipes - female

Moved
Moved from Helorus paradoxus.

Moved
Moved from parasitic Apocrita.

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