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Photo#17751
Ichneumon - Cteniscus

Ichneumon - Cteniscus
Harvard, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
May 17, 2005
Size: 7mm
If this is a Sawfly, the antennae are really long, and it has a bold pattern.

Moved
Moved from Exenterini.

Moved
Moved from Ichneumon Wasps.

Moved

I agree with Mr. Leung
Despite the relatively broad constriction between thorax and abdomen, the wing venation is typical of Ichneumonids, and quite different from any Symphytan (Sawfly) family.

Ichneumon wasp
Ichneumonidae, I believe, based on the wing veins.

 
thanks
for the ID and the veination explanation.

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