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Little wasp - Epitetracnemus

Little wasp - Epitetracnemus
Third Fork Creek Trail, Durham County, North Carolina, USA
December 31, 2011
Size: 1-2 mm
Seen on trail bollard this morning

Moved from Encyrtids.

This is the genus ...
... Epitetracnemus. Parasitoid of Diaspididae.

Thank you!


Thank you, John and Ross!
That was the most puzzling critter I've seen in ages!


See reference here.

Moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

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