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Wasp - Trichogramma

Wasp - Trichogramma
Allison Park, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA
September 30, 2015
The wasps emerged from these assumed Lepidopteran eggs.

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Whose eggs?
If I understand correctly these eggs belong to the host and not the parasitic wasp. It may be OK to keep them here for lack of a better place, but they belong to another taxon altogether.

 
The wasps emerged from these eggs.
As stated on the first image, I assume they are Lepidopteran eggs but they are important to show the host for the wasp.

Immature!
:)

 
Most likely deceased
if we're talking about the lepidopterans. Can't say with any certainty whether the wasps were mature or not at this stage. ;-)

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