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Photo#33574
Ichneumon

Ichneumon
Indiana, USA
red legged Ichneumon, sp unknown..

Moved

Xoridinae…
Ichenumon is correct. When you magnify this image out, you can see the toothed hind femora, the inflated and twisted mid tibia, a cylindrical and depressed abdomen, and a long ovipositor which are all features of females in this subfamily.

See reference here.

Braconid?
I am thinking this might actually be a braconid.

 
I do see...
A Bracnoid in the guide which resembles this image pretty closely. Can you expand on this for me? What are some of the points which I should use to seperate these? Anything jump out at you which says braconid other then you've seen this type before?

-Gehan Gehale

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