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Proctotrupes terminalis? - Proctotrupes caudatus - male

Proctotrupes terminalis? - Proctotrupes caudatus - Male
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
November 9, 2009
Size: 6.7mm

Found near Charlotte, NC
found him in my home, what is a common name? Proctotrupes wasp?

 
No common name
This is one of the many insects without a common name. I'd go with the family for a common name, Proctotrupid sp.

Moved
Moved from Proctotrupes.

Proctotrupes caudatus
the males in our area seem to have a completely black forebody.

Moved
Moved from Proctotrupids.

Proctotrupes sp. male
Proctotrupes sp. male

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