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Photo#1332390
perhaps spider egg sac

perhaps spider egg sac
100 Acre Wood, Winneshiek County, Iowa, USA
July 4, 2016
Size: 7 mm
July 3, 21016: collected what I thought was a spider egg sac covered in dirt/sand
a similar undetermined sand covered silk


I assumed, falsely, that the inhabitant(s) were dead, that or impatience, so opened to find a live wasp larva.
Would it be safe to ID (tag and move) the last 2 photos as parasitica?

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perhaps spider egg sac perhaps spider egg sac perhaps spider egg sac, larva inside perhaps spider egg sac, larva inside