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Photo#353210
Wasp ID - Pristepyris

Wasp ID - Pristepyris
Norfolk, Virginia, USA
November 15, 2009
Size: ~6-7mm

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Moved
Moved from Pristocera.

Moved
Moved from Pristocerinae. Fairly sure this is Pristocera. P. armifera is the common species, but there are others.

thanx guys -- i hope the subfam placement is safe

Male tiphiid?
My first thought is a male tiphiid wasp, but I'm far from positive....

 
It looks strange, not sure if
It looks strange, not sure if this is a Symphyta, but I am not an expert there...

 
Bethylidae
Possibly related to Pristocera.

 
Ah-ha!
That family was going to be my next guess. Honest!

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