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Photo#1006246
Dryinidae, perhaps from Acanalonia, cocoon - Dryinus alatus

Dryinidae, perhaps from Acanalonia, cocoon - Dryinus alatus
Mt. Talbot or Riverside Bluff, Woodbury County, Iowa, USA
August 20, 2014
August 14, 2014: Sweep net 2 Acanalonia nymphs, 2 different locations, which I think to be bivittata but they both died before I took a photo. Each had a parasitoid, each parasitoid different.

Acanalonia nymphs died on or before August 18, 2014.
This parasitoid may be associated with this one based on:
1. Photo on this blog: http://gentlecentipede.blogspot.com/2012/12/little-bags-of-horror-three-obscure.html
2. and the partially reared dryinids whose thylacium look more like this whose cocoons were under/in the substrate, at least in rearing jars.

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Dryinidae, perhaps from Acanalonia, cocoon - Dryinus alatus Dryinidae, perhaps from Acanalonia - Dryinus alatus Dryinidae, perhaps from Acanalonia, spent cocoon - Dryinus alatus Dryinidae, perhaps from Acanalonia, spent cocoonX - Dryinus alatus Dryinidae, lateral - Dryinus alatus Dryinidae, head & prothorax - Dryinus alatus Dryinidae, meso & meta thorax - Dryinus alatus Dryinidae, pinchers - Dryinus alatus