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Photo#490226
Parasitic Wasp (July2010) - Basalys - female

Parasitic Wasp (July2010) - Basalys - Female
Feliciana Preserve, West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, USA
July 18, 2010
Collected in pitfall trap (7B).

Moved
Moved from ID Request. Trying to resolve the 2 IDs I moved based on antennae
VS.

Basalis sp. female (Diapriina
Basalis sp. female (Diapriinae, Diapriidae)

Ceraphronid…
You can see many of the characteristics here including the elbowed 11-segmented antennae that are attached very low on the face, reduced wing venation, and a triangular pronotum that reaches the tegulae. Nice.

See reference here.

WOW
Now that's some kind of cool antennae. Excellent shot!

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