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Photo#2024631
Agathidinae sp. - male

Agathidinae sp. - Male
Winter Park, Seminole County, Florida, USA
August 15, 2021
Size: 6mm (body)

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Agathidinae sp. - male Agathidinae sp. - male

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Looks like a Braconid
Based on venation...

I wonder how it lost its head. Insects are able to live for hours, sometimes even up to weeks without a head.

A headless hymenopteran of some sort.
Not sure beyond that.

 
Ah ok, so it is headless. Tha
Ah ok, so it is headless. That makes more sense, but it was flying around when I caught it...

 
Agathidinae (male)…
See reference here.

 
Thank you
Thank you

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