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wasp (with mite) - male

wasp (with mite) - Male
Cross Plains, Dane County, Wisconsin, USA
September 8, 2010
Size: ~1.3mm - body

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wasp (with mite) - male wasp (with mite) - male

Moved from parasitic Apocrita.

Moved from Mymaridae.

Mymarid - maleā€¦
Male mymarids and some platygastrids can appear very similar, but the high attachment point of the antennae combined with petiolate wings and a long marginal fringe (seen with higher magnification) seem to indicate this family.

See reference here.

Moved from Diapriidae.

is not Diapriidae, this is so
is not Diapriidae, this is someone from Chalcidoidea

Thanks for correcting this

Moved from ID Request.

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