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Pupa? - Monodontomerus

Pupa? - Monodontomerus
Burlington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
This is either the wasp puparium, or what the wasps ate. There are little bits of sand stuck to it from the dirty snowbank in which it used to lie.

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Wasp - Monodontomerus - female Nest - Monodontomerus Nest - Monodontomerus Pupa? - Monodontomerus

Moved
Moved from Torymidae.

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