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Parasitic wasp - Telenomus

Parasitic wasp - Telenomus
Quebec, Canada
August 10, 2017
Size: 1.5 mm
This wasp comes from one of the eggs taken in captivity. Is it possible to determine de genus of this wasp?

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Telenomus (male)…
See reference here.

 
Thanks so much!
It is intriguing to see that the other parasitic wasp Trissolcus sp. transform differently the eggs of the same True Bug egg host, Tetyra bipunctata. See here .

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