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Slender Red-Orange Wasp (Lateral View) - Enicospilus

Slender Red-Orange Wasp (Lateral View) - Enicospilus
Sugar Land, Fort Bend County, Texas, USA
July 21, 2008
It looks very close to this wasp.

It was found on the doorstep outside, idle.

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Slender Red-Orange Wasp (Lateral View) - Enicospilus Slender Red-Orange Wasp (Dorsal View) - Enicospilus Slender Red-Orange Wasp (Ventral View) - Enicospilus

Moved
Moved from Ophioninae.

A member of the Enicospilus-a
A member of the Enicospilus-americanus complex. Note the sinuous r-rs vein and glabrous fenestra without alar sclerites

Moved
Moved from Ichneumon Wasps.

Ophioninae…
The orange coloration, laterally flattened abdomen, large ocelli, and wing venation indicates an ophion wasp in this subfamily.

See reference here.

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