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Microgastrinae Wasps of the World


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Revision of the North American species of Promicrogaster (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Microgastrinae), with an updated key to ...


Hansonia, a new genus of cardiochiline Braconidae (Hymeoptera: Braconidae) fro Costa Rica, with notes on its biology


Revision of the subfamily Blacinae Foerster (Hymeoptera, Braconidae)


A revision of the tribus Blacini Foerster (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Helconinae)


Annotated and illustrated world checklist of Microgastrinae parasitoid wasps


A Revision of the genera of the world Ichneutinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)


Revision of the New World Genus Crassomicrodus Ashmead (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Agathidinae)


Revision of the Agathidinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) with comparisons of static and dynamic alignments


Genus Indiopius Fischer, 1966 (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Opiinae) in Iran with a key to the world species.


The Aphidiinae of North America (Braconidae: Hymenoptera)


Revision of the genus Canalicephalus Gibson and the recognition of the Acampsohelconinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) as extant


Epsilogaster fullertoni, a new species of Epsilogaster Whitfield and Mason (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Mendesellinae) from Florida


Phylogeny of the subfamilies of the family Braconidae (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonoidea)


First records of the genera Histermerus Wesmael (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Histeromerinae)...


A Study of the Rare Genus Gnamptodon Haliday (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Gnamptodontinae) in Iran, with 3 new records


Euphorine phylogeny: the evolution of diversity in host-utilization by parasitoid wasps (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)


Cardiochiles (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), a parasitoid of lepidopterous larvae, in the Sahel of Africa...


Family Braconidae, pp. 144-295. In: Catalog of Hymenoptera in America North of Mexico


Systematics of the world genera of Cardiochilinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)


Three new species of Chorebus from Spain (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Alysiinae).


Molecular phylogenetics of Braconidae (Hym.:Ichneumonoidea) based on multiple nuclear genes, and implications for classification


Manual of the New World Genera of the Family Braconidae (Hymenoptera)


Review of the Nearctic Alysiini (Hymenoptera, Braconidae): With Discussion of Generic Relationships Within the Tribe


Six new hosts of Bracon mellitor (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), with a review of recorded hosts


A Revision of the Tetrasphaeropyx Ashm. Lineage of the Genus Aleiodes Wesmael (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Rogadinae)


Two new genera of Agathidinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) with a key to the genera of the New World


Synopsis of the Agathidiinae (Hymenopetra: Braconidae) of America north of Mexico


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Hmmm


There are Braconidae that res


Braconidae.


Braconidae at least.


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Braconidae


Braconidae?


Reminds me of a Braconidae co


Yes Braconidae. Thanks.


My inclination is braconidae,


Braconidae at least.


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae and Ichneumonidae


Family Braconidae


Family Braconidae


Family Braconidae


Family Braconidae


Braconidae


Family Braconidae


Family Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae


Family Braconidae


Family Braconidae


Braconidae


Family Braconidae


Braconidae?


Family Braconidae


Ichneumonoidea


Braconidae, Alysiinae


Braconidae


Neighbor


Depends?


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae


Aphidiinae, Braconidae


Braconidae


Alysiinae, Braconidae


Braconidae


Alysiinae Braconidae


Alysiinae Braconidae


Alysiinae Braconidae


Yes, Alysiinae, Braconidae


Alysiinae, Braconidae


Ichneumonoidea


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Braconidae


Alysiinae (Braconidae, Ichneu


Braconidae


Alysiinae (Braconidae)


Fam Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae


Just Braconidae?


Braconidae


Braconidae


possibly a Braconid Wasp, Braconidae


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Braconidae are parasitic


Braconidae.


Braconidae of some sort


Braconidae: Microgastrinae of


Braconidae


Braconidae?


Alabagrus texanus (Braconidae


Atanycolus Braconidae: Bracon


Braconidae, perhaps Chelonina


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae


I agree, male Braconidae.


Moved to Braconidae


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Braconidae


Braconidae?


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae?


Braconidae.


Braconidae?


Looks like a member ...


This is a member ...


Moved


This is a member ...


braconidae


Ok thanks, I was quite sure f


This appears to be ...


I would presume the parasites are something from Braconidae


Braconidae


This is a member ...


braconid wasp


This is a member ...


Undoubtedly a member ...


Quite possibly a doryctinae.


Yes, ...


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This is a member ...


This is a member ...


I am not convinced this ...


Ichneumonoidea (Braconidae?) I suspect


There isn't, IMHO ....


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Thank you


I think this more likely ...


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more opportunities


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I can't be sure, but ...


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Looks like...


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This looks like ...


I believe this ...


It will be a member ...


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This is a member ...


This is a member ...


This is a member ...


This is a member ...


Braconidae


This is a parasitic Hymenoptera ...


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As noted on another submission...


Moved for expert attention


This is a member ...


I agree that this is definitely ...


This is a member ...


This is a member ...


This most certainly ...


braconid wasp


This is a member ...


OK, I'll take a leap of faith ...


Tachinid fly larva emerging?


This is a member ...


Yes, a member of the family ...


I'm afraid the glare on the wings ...


This is a member ...


Family Braconidae ...


No, this is ...


This is a member ...


Order Hymenoptera


This is probably a member ...


This COULD ...


This is a member ...


I agree that this ...


Parasite


The rear of the insect ...


Braconidae


This is ...


Looks like ...


This appears to be ...


Definitely a member ...


Well, it belongs to the subfamily


Diolcogaster


Braconidae probably.


This is a member ...


This is a member ...


Ross- many thanks for having


This is a member ...


Braconidae?


Looks like ...


This is a member ...


This belongs ...


I'll go along with Braconidae ...


Braconidae


Im not that knowledgable with


I think this could safely be


Moved to Braconidae for expert attention


This is a parasitoid wasp ...


Braconid


Well, "horntail" ...


Actually ...


No, I believe ...


Braconid wasp ID


This looks ...


Braconidae


Nope, not Netelia ...


This belongs to the family ...


This is a species of the parasitic Hymenoptera


Mesochorus…


Braconidae


This belongs ...


Male - Spider Wasp


Family Braconidae ...


This belongs ...


This belongs ...


This belongs ...


No, it is not a Cryptus ...


Probably from the family ...


This belongs ...


This certainly seems ...


This belongs ...


This belongs ...


This belongs ...


Braconinae sp. (Braconidae: Braconinae)


Toxoneuron sp.


Toxoneuron sp.


This belongs ...


I'm not certain, but ...


Parasitic wasp


Nope, instead ...


Yup, they look ...


Braconid Wasp


Well, if the costal cell is missing ...


This is a member ...


Such images are usually placed as deep in the taxonomy


This is not an ichneumonid.


The wing venation ...


Acutally, this is one of those instances ...


Braconidae


I believe you are correct ...


No, this is the sister family


This looks to be ...


This belongs ...


This belongs ...


This belongs ...


This belongs ...


This belongs to the family ...


This belongs to the family ...


This is ...


The wasp with ...


This belongs to the family ...


It is great to have the ident


This belongs to the family ...


This looks like ...


Looks a lot like ...


Well, it does look like ...


Braconidae


Yes, it is a parasitic wasp ...


This is the family ...


braconidae


Thanks much! I'm always temp


I agree with Braconidae


This specimen has the wing venation ...


OK Thanks.


Yes, I believe ...


Ross- thank you for having ve


Yup, looks like ...


Yes, Braconidae: Microgastrinae


I think this is ...


I don't see "red-headed ash sawfly" as an option


likely Braconidae


This is a Braconidae ...


Doryctinae?


Family Braconidae


Ctenopelmatinae


This is a weird one to me


braconidae


Braconidae


Parasitic wasp


Shall do


Braconidae


Ichneumonoidea, probably ...


Not positive, but ...


Braconidae


Not bracon


This is a solitary wasp,


Family Braconidae


Braconidae


Family Braconidae


Nope, no an ichneumonid ...


Moved


Ichneumonoidea


Thanks


I'm not positive ...


Possibly Agathidinae?


No, it definitely is NOT...


This is


Long antenna suggests ...


Ichneumonoidea


Yes indeed


Yes


ID


If you're interested in the braconid wasps...


very probably Microgastrinae


Braconidae vs Embolemidae


Moved


Moved


two items under taxonomy of braconidae in Guide


The "perhaps" is helpful.


Since its new...


Braconidae


what about


more info on Cardiochilinae


Braconidae?


Ichneumonoidea


looks more like Braconidae


Braconidae


Family Braconidae


Family Braconidae


Based on the # of antennal segments ...


Probably braconinae


Dunno


Wasp


Braconidae


Dr. Joseph- thank you for hav


-


No, not an Ophion ...


Moved for expert attention


Venation


This looks like a female Aleiodes


Moved


Moved


Moved


Braconidae


Aphidiinae


Moved


Probability


Cotesia sp.


Cocoon


Moved


I once described...


Earinus Wesmael 1837


Superfamily Ichneumonoidea


Cocoons


Primary parasitoid...


Definitely a Braconidae ...


Braconidae


Head


Family


Braconidae female


Are any of these three photos of the same specimen?


Moved


Family Braconidae


Parasitic


Braconidae


Fly Parasitoid


The reason I didn't think it


I think you nailed it....


Braconidae


Family Braconidae


Agathidinae


This is not an Ichneumonidae ...


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae would be my first guess


Aphidius


Ichneumonoidea


Femoral Tooth


Macrocentrus


Pachydondyla chinensis


Undoubtedly a parasitic wasp


Nope, a parasitic wasp


Apparently


Bob- thank you for having ide


Moved


Braconidae


Braconidae Confirmed


Braconidae


I don't think that's a bee


Aphidiinae: Monoctonus


Braconidae: Euphorinae


Euphorinae: Peristemus


Agathidinae


Family Braconidae


Characters


Presumably


Moved


I searched aroung and located


Venation


Probably


Neoneurus


Critical Vein


Venation


Braconidae: Aphidiinae


Braconidae: Microgastrinae


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae


Frass?


Moved


Braconidae


Yes, an aphid mummy ...


White Band


Not Sure


Braconidae: Cheloninae


Definitely a parasitic wasp, however ....


Probably


And the Little "Guy"


Wow


Aha! I wondered...


Probably Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae


We're neighbors


braconid


-


...


Maybe


Moved


Parasitoid of Inquline?


Moved


Parasitic wasp of some kind...


Braconidae


Braconidae: Meteorinae


Braconidae: Microgastrinae


Braconidae: Agathidinae (det)


Cheloninae


Braconidae: Rogadinae: Aleiodes sp. (det)


Braconidae: Microgastrinae (det)


Braconidae: Agathidinae (det)


Alysiinae


It's not Xiphydriidae, I put


Subfamily Aphidiinae (Braconi


Subfamily Aphidiinae (Braconi


Subfamily Alysiinae (Braconid


Tachinid eggs are white


Fall webworms parasitized by Meteorus wasps


Moved


Moved


-


-


-


Cool.


Wrong Move?


Braconid wasps ...


Meanwhile....


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Moved


Good Idea


Probably Braconidae


Moved


Moved


Another caterpillar


Braconidae, poss. Opiinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae.


Braconidae, poss. Alysiinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, prob. Braconinae -- Paul Marsh det.


This Face


Paul Marsh: "poss. Braconidae, hard to tell"


Braconidae, prob. Rogadinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, poss. Microgastrinae or Alysiinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, poss. Doryctinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, poss. Alysiinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, poss Macrocentrinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, poss. Rogadinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, prob. Rogadinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, poss. Doryctinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, prob. Microgastrinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae


Braconidae.


Braconidae, poss. Microgastrinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, poss. Cheloninae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, poss. Cheloninae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, prob. Macrocentrinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, prob. Macrocentrinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, prob. Alysiinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, prob. Doryctinae -- Paul Marsh det.


No


Braconidae, prob. Opiinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, prob. Macrocentrinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, prob. Braconinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, poss. Rogadinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, poss. Opiinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, poss. Aphidiinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, poss. Agathidinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, perhaps Microgastrinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae.


Paul Marsh: "Braconidae, hard to tell, poss. Cenocoelinae"


Braconidae


looks like Family Braconidae - Braconid Wasp


Braconidae, possibly Rogadinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, possibly Doryctinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, possibly Helconinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, possibly Helconinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, possibly Helconinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, possibly Doryctinae, Spathius sp.-- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, possibly Cheloninae, Chelonus sp.-- Paul Marsh det.


thanks V


Braconidae


Braconidae.


Braconidae, possibly Alysiinae -- Paul Marsh det.


from Paul Marsh: "hard to tell...


Braconidae, probably Braconinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, probably Braconinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, possibly Braconinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, probably Doryctinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, possibly Doryctinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, prob. Agathidinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, prob. Agathidinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Braconidae, possibly Agathidinae -- Paul Marsh det.


Nice work


Moved tentatively per the following Dr Shaw's comment:


Braconidae.


Yes.


Peculiar.


from Dr. Scott R. Shaw:


a layman's opinion


Elasmosoma schwarzi (Ashmead 1895)


Braconidae


Input from Bob Carlson re: remaining subfamilies


Ichneumoninae


Braconidae...


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae...


Braconidae


Braconidae


Cotesia congregata (Braconidae) cocoons


Ichneumonoidea


Braconidae.


Yes.


Wasp


Yes, braconid.


Maybe the same species


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Yes.


Braconid?


Re: Braconidae...


Braconidae...


Braconidae: Microgastrinae...


Braconidae...


Braconidae...


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


You're right!


Braconid...


Not an expert -


Braconidae.


Braconidae...


Braconidae


Braconidae, female


Female braconid wasp.


Braconidae...


Braconid wasp.


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Braconid wasp.


Probably Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Carpenter Ant (Camponotus sp.) - minor worker


They appear to have parasitiz


Braconidae


Braconidae...


Braconidae?


Not an ichneumon.


Braconidae?


Wasp.


tiny bananas stuck to pine needles


I agree.


Braconidae


ID...


Yup


Braconidae


Braconid Wasp (Braconidae, Alysiinae) - female


Braconidae > Alysiinae


Braconidae.


Braconidae > Cheloninae


Braconidae.


Braconidae is seconded.


Braconidae.


Braconidae...


Braconid wasp?


Braconidae > Cheloninae


Yes


Braconidae...


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


It is hard to see


Braconid wasp.


Braconidae?


I 'am' positive.


Braconidae...


Braconidae.


a gorgeous member of Braconidae


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Thanks!


Braconidae


Braconidae


Thanks!


Braconid Wasp (Braconidae) - female


Not an ID


Braconidae.


Yes.


ID


Braconidae?


Thanks


Thanks


Agathis malvacearum (Braconid


Macrocentrus, Macrocentrinae,


Braconid wasp (Braconidae)


Braconidae.


Nope


Yes.


Hymenoptera


Braconidae : Braconinae


Braconidae.


Yes, Braconidae.


Braconidae?


Braconidae.


My prompt.


The venation is not clear eno


Certainly not


Braconidae.


Braconidae?


Braconidae?


Braconidae?


Braconidae, yes


Wasp


Braconidae : Meteorinae


A Bracondi Wasp (Braconidae) - female


Probably Braconidae.


Braconidae?


Agathidinae


Braconidae!


That depends


Braconidae.


Parasitoids


Female braconid.


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Braconid wasp.


Yes.


Braconidae.


Braconidae


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


How about:


not Symphyta


Braconidae.


Well then It's high time I pu


Braconidae


Braconidae


Braconidae most likely.


Thanks


It is undoubtly an Ichneumono


Braconidae


Braconidae?


Braconidae.


I think you meant


Definitely not Trigonalidae


I agree, but not with the spelling:-)


Braconidae


Some sort of Braconid wasp.


Moved from ID request


Braconidae.


Braconid Wasp (Braconidae) - female


Apanteles sp. (Braconidae)


Braconidae.


Yes.


Braconidae


my non-expert opinion


Female braconid wasp.


Female braconid.


Braconidae:-)


Braconid Wasp (Braconidae) - female


Politely disagree.


Braconidae.


Ichneumonidae or Braconid


Braconidae


Wow!


Meteorus? (Braconidae: Euphorinae: Meteorini)


No


Braconidae?


AWESOME PICS


Braconidae?


Not an ensign wasp.


Braconid Wasp (Braconidae)


Right!


Doryctinae?


Braconid wasp.


Wasp?


Wasp Family Guide Pages


Whoah!


No, Ichneumonidae


All my field guide gave on Br


I'll take the easy part of this first!


Quite right! Female Braconidae


Braconidae:


Braconidae?


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Probably Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Braconidae.


Braconidae, subfamily Aphidiinae


Syrphidae: Pseudodoros clavatus female


Braconidae


Braconidae or Ichneumonidae


Braconidae?


Default


Not so tiny...


Braconid wasp


Braconid wasp


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