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Photo#1191538
Cynipoidea ?

Cynipoidea ?
Kootenay - Columbia, British Columbia, Canada
July 11, 2015
11 antenna segments, 5 tarsomeres - this photo might not been good enough to place to family...

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Cynipoidea ? Cynipoidea ?

Moved

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

I'm not convinced this is a platygastrid.
It might be, but then it might be a ceraphronid as well. If the OP still has the specimen, you might check the wing venation - if you see a long marginal vein with a curved stigmal vein, then that is a ceraphronid.

 
It does look like their is a
It does look like their is a faint long marginal vein, problem is the specimen is just so darn small!

Platygastroid
Platygastridae

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