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Ceraphronoidea: Megaspilidae: Lagydoninae - Lagynodes

Ceraphronoidea: Megaspilidae: Lagydoninae - Lagynodes
Cape Elizabeth, Cumberland County, Maine, USA
July 9, 2009
Size: Approx 1.25 mm long
I think this minute wasp belongs to the (Hymenoptera: Ceraphronoidea: Megaspilidae: Lagydoninae). It was collected in Pitfall traps from a mixed deciduous forest with lots of blueberry and standing water/ephemeral ponds.

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Ceraphronoidea: Megaspilidae: Lagydoninae - Lagynodes  Ceraphronoidea: Megaspilidae: Lagydoninae - Lagynodes Ceraphronoidea: Megaspilidae: Lagydoninae - Lagynodes - female

Moved
Moved from Ceraphronidae.

Moved
Moved from Diapriidae.

= ceraphronid not diapriid
Probably Lagynodes?

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

I tend to agree...
I'm working on identifying insects (and spiders right this instant) from pitfall traps in similar habitats here in north-central Massachusetts. I found lots of (winged) Diapriidae in them. I'd be curious to know what kind of project you are working on up there. BugEric24ATyahooDOTcom.

 
Lagynodes
This was a study looking at non target impacts of botanical acricides

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