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Diapriidae: Belytinae sp.  ? - Pantoclis - male

Diapriidae: Belytinae sp. ? - Pantoclis - Male
Beaufort, Beaufort County, South Carolina, USA
April 18, 2005
taken from the same pan traps as the previous images I submitted. I want to call it a Diapriidae: Belytinae sp. Anyone have a second opinion? Comments much appreciated.

Moved from Diapriidae.

Yes - a male
They have much longer and thinner antennae than females in this group. Forewing venation is quite typical and could, at worst, only be confused with some Cynipoid Wasps.

Pantoclis sp.
Pantoclis sp. (Belytinae, Diapriidae)

thanks for your comments and especially for their instructional nature. -Mark

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