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yellow wasp - Euplectrus

yellow wasp - Euplectrus
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
June 3, 2007
Size: ~5mm
Do the wing veins help in getting this identified?

Thanks again Proctos
Any info about this genus would be great to have.

Euplectrus sp. (Eulophidae)
Euplectrus sp. (Eulophidae)

Thanks Richard
Family level is good enough for me:-)

Not further...
Than family level. Because most, if not all Eulophidae have a veination of this kind. Pteromalidae have a very similar one, but with a shorter costal vein

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