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Photo#1458592
small ichneumon - female

small ichneumon - Female
Brookside Gardens, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
October 22, 2017
Size: ~5-6mm from photo
I should know better than to try to ID an ichneumon from photos like these but, to me, this looks a lot like the guide’s photos of Pachysomoides fulvus.
Thanks in advance for the help

edit: sex corrected based on Ross' comment

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small ichneumon - female small ichneumon - female small ichneumon - female

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Moved from Phaeogenini.

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Phaeogenini (female)…
See reference here.

 
thanks
Am I correct in concluding that I missed the fact that this wasp isn't "thread-waisted" like Pachysomoides?

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