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Photo#339536
One shot small wasp

One shot small wasp
Marlton, Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
July 17, 2009
Any chance for this one?
Braconid?

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check these guys, Max:

 
Looks promising
:-)

 
Probably Orthocentrinae
And the linked critter is Ichneumoninae: Alomyini, not Cryptinae.

 
ha! a new subfam for the guide!
the last major one missing. The group is still a nightmare... :-]

Not bad for one shot!
I would agree with ichneumonoid. I'm still a bit shaky on separating the two families - something about wing veins... :) Braconid looks good to me, though.

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