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yet another ant mimic - Heterospilus - female

yet another ant mimic - Heterospilus - Female
San Marcos, Hays County, Texas, USA
August 22, 2013
Size: ~ 3 mm
Caught this lovely creature sweeping grass. Wonder how it makes a living and what it just might be?

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yet another ant mimic - Heterospilus - female lateral view of ant mimic - Heterospilus - female

Wingless wasps, etc.
I've just added this photo and your wingless dryinid to this collection of wingless adult insects. Good stuff!

Identified by Dr. Robert Kula. He suggests that it may be a species that he recently described.

Moved from "Parasitica" (parasitic Apocrita).


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