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Photo#467310
ID Request - Mischocyttarus mexicanus

ID Request - Mischocyttarus mexicanus
Naples, Collier County, Florida, USA
October 19, 2010
Size: 2 in.
Not a very good shot of the wasp but it does give a dorsal view.

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Rustic Sphinx (Manduca rustica) - parasitized - Manduca rustica ID Request - Cotesia congregata ID Request - Mischocyttarus mexicanus

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Moved from Mischocyttarus.

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Moved from Rustic Sphinx.

Should this be posted with the paper wasp
or the caterpillar, or the parasitoids?

 
Location
My main intent was the caterpillar. I just found it interesting on how the parasites and wasp took advantage of the host.

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Moved from ID Request.

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