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Eulophid(?) from Leucanthiza dircella mine - Sympiesis - male

Eulophid(?) from Leucanthiza dircella mine - Sympiesis - Male
Butter Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, Pelham, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
August 29, 2010

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Eulophid(?) from Leucanthiza dircella mine - Sympiesis - male Eulophid(?) from Leucanthiza dircella mine - Sympiesis - male Eulophid(?) from Leucanthiza dircella mine - Sympiesis - male Eulophid(?) from Leucanthiza dircella mine - Sympiesis - male

Moved
Moved from Eulophidae.
Christer Hansson: "possibly a Sympiesis, a male"

Moved
Moved from parasitic Apocrita.

Absolutely…
Males sometimes have triple-branched antennae as seen here.

See reference here.