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Photo#283197
Small Bee Striped Wasp, Subfamily Cremastinae - Pristomerus - female

Small Bee Striped Wasp, Subfamily Cremastinae - Pristomerus - Female
Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County, California, USA
May 31, 2009
Very long ovipositor. Very long and many segmented antennae. What could it be?

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Small Bee Striped Wasp, Subfamily Cremastinae - Pristomerus - female Small Bee Striped Wasp, Subfamily Cremastinae - Pristomerus - female Small Bee Striped Wasp, Subfamily Cremastinae - Pristomerus - female

Moved
The tiny tooth on the hind femur and the thyridium on the second metasomal tergite indicate this to be Pristomerus.

Moved from Cremastinae.

 
Cool!
Thanks, Bob!

Moved
Moved from Ichneumon Wasps.

 
Subfamily Cremastinae
...Thanks, John!

ichneumon wasp
*

 
Thanks!
Would anyone care to try for subfamily?

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