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Dwarf flightless Scelionid Wasp - Baeus - female

Dwarf flightless Scelionid Wasp - Baeus - Female
Wayland, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
April 17, 2008
Size: .8mm

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this is the image i usually use to prove to people bugs are cute

So cute!
I love Baeus wasps :) So adorable!

I never would have guessed this was a wasp. Thanks for the info Richard!

Dwarf flightless Scelionid Wasp (Baeus sp.) - female
These very small parasitoids of spider eggs are doubtless the most misleading of Apocritan Hymenoptera.
The five-segmented tarsi indicate this pygmy is no Hemipteran.

No way:-)
Where's the rest of it??? LOL! Just when you think you've seen it all....

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