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Cotesia congregata? - Cotesia congregata

Cotesia congregata? - Cotesia congregata
Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA
September 13, 2014
I found a Manduca sexta caterpillar that had been parasitized. I put it in a bug house until the adults emerged. Based upon comments in the guide it seems as if they are Cotesia congregata.

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Cotesia congregata? - Cotesia congregata Cotesia congregata? - Cotesia congregata

Moved
Moved from Cotesia.

Moved
Moved from Braconid Wasps.
You are probably right. I am just playing it safe. Feel free to move it to congregata if you want.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Yes…
The host appears to be correct, so C. congregata would most likely be the parasitoid in this case.

See reference here.

 
Ross, does "most likely" make
Ross, does "most likely" make it OK for me to move to guide page?

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