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Photo#46061
wasp? - Phanerotoma

wasp? - Phanerotoma
Stephen C. Foster State Park near Fargo, GA, Ware County, Georgia, USA
March 17, 2006
Size: about 7 mm long
attracted to UV lights

Phanerotoma sp. -- Paul Marsh det.
Moved from Cheloninae.

Moved
Moved from Braconid Wasps.

I agree
I agree with eric, it sure looks like a braconid to me!

 
Cheloninae
This is in the subfamily Cheloninae

 
Thanks...
for the help.

What a handsome creature!
What a handsome creature!

 
handsome creature
I thought it was too. It stood out among the crowd.

 
You can sure see
You can sure see why Ants and Wasps are in the same Order! Nice photo, Bill.

--Stephen

Stephen Cresswell
Buckhannon, WV
www.stephencresswell.com

 
Thanks Stephen
I appreciate the compliment on the photo.

 
Braconidae?
I suspect it is a braconid, but look forward to what others think:-) Very nice image, indeed.

 
Braconidae?
Thanks a lot, Eric.

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