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Photo#184691
Wasp ID

Wasp ID
Norfolk, Virginia, USA
May 23, 2008
Size: 3.5mm

definitely Alysiinae, unique
definitely Alysiinae, unique shape of vertex of head

Braconid wasp (Braconidae)
Large marginal cell of forewing suggests a member of the Alysiinae subfamily, but difficult to be conclusive without seeing the mouthparts.

 
I might have an image...
showing mouthparts. Let me check on this.

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