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Wasp - Neoxorides caryae - female

Wasp - Neoxorides caryae - Female
Cross Plains, Dane County, Wisconsin, USA
June 5, 2008
It was a warm, humid and overcast day with occasional rain -- perfect bug weather. This is one of those insects that's fun to find.

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Wasp - Neoxorides caryae - female Wasp - Neoxorides caryae - female

Moved
Moved from Rhyssinae.

Moved

Icheumon Wasp - female
A member of the Rhyssini tribe. Braconid Wasps never get that large, at least in temperate climates.

 
Richard, that's good to know.
Any other tips on telling the two apart? (I think braconids are cuter, but that's hard to quantify!)

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