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spider egg sac?

spider egg sac?
Pine Brook, Isanti County, Minnesota, USA
September 6, 2016
Size: 9 mm minus extensions
On wet inner surface of loose bark on ash stump in wooded swamp.

A single small wasp emerged t
A single small wasp emerged through an evenly round exit hole a bit less than 1mm in diameter on or about May 5, 2017. Unfortunately the wasp escaped. On May 12 I opened the sac and found it mostly apparently excavated, revealing a vague honeycomb-like pattern on the bottom.

Moved from ID Request.

Very similar to this one:

Thank you, Ken.
Thank you, Ken.

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