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Wasp - Cymodusa distincta - female

Wasp - Cymodusa distincta - Female
Burlington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
October 24, 2008
Size: 8? mm
Looks like an Ichneumon or Braconid. It was exploring the sunlit surface of a rock. We've started to have frosts and the insect count is dropping fast.

Moved from Ichneumon Wasps.

Cymodusa distincta

Can be placed among the ichneumons in the guide. Markings for subfamily do not look familiar.

ichneumonid, i think

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