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Photo#47771
Wasp? - Sycophila - female

Wasp? - Sycophila - Female
Cobb County, Georgia, USA
April 12, 2006
Size: 3/16ths Inch (max)

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Wasp? - Sycophila - female Wasp? - Sycophila - female

Moved
Moved from Eurytomidae.

Moved
Moved from Pteromalids.

Yes
This is one of the parasitic wasps in the superfamily Chalcidoidea, and in this case it is a member in the family Pteromalidae!
Great picture, they are quite difficult to capture on photo.
Greetings,
Gerard Pennards

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