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Photo#218449
Giant Ichneumon and Pseudoscorpion - Labena grallator - female

Giant Ichneumon and Pseudoscorpion - Labena grallator - Female
Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA
August 8, 2008

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Giant Ichneumon and Pseudoscorpion - Labena grallator - female Giant Ichneumon - Labena grallator - female Giant Ichneumon  - Labena grallator - female Giant Ichneumon  - Labena grallator - female

Moved
Moved from Ichneumon Wasps.

We have a species ID!
I actually discovered other online images that are positively ID'd as "Labena grallator." They are parasites (in the larval stage) of wood-boring beetle larvae. Creating a new guide page:-)

Moved
Moved from Giant Ichneumons.

Doesn't look to be any of the Megarhyssa we know.
How did you come by this ID? and would you know the species too?

 
I had submitted this to Whats
I had submitted this to Whats That Bug....you can read it here.... http://www.whatsthatbug.com/pseudoscorpion.html

If they are incorrect please let me know! :)

 
They are incorrect.
I know Daniel the webmaster. Shame on him:-) We have yet to ID this very distinctive species.

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