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Another female megaspilid? - female

Another female megaspilid? - Female
Presidio, Dragonfly Creek, San Francisco County, California, USA
September 24, 2019
Size: ca 1.5 mm
Caught in Malaise trap 20-28 Sep 2019.

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Another female megaspilid? - female Another female megaspilid? - female

Moved
Moved from "Parasitica" (parasitic Apocrita).

Gotcha - thanks very much, Ross.

Yes…
Megaspilids are mostly dipteran parasitoids (e.g. syrphids) and fly and wasp hyperparasitoids, so it would not be unusual to find them in malaise traps which typically capture flies and wasps.

See reference here.

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