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Photo#561577
Parasitic Wasp - Telenomus

Parasitic Wasp - Telenomus
Ballston Lake , Saratoga County, New York, USA
August 11, 2011
Size: < 1 mm
Several of these tiny wasps emerged from a batch of parasitized eggs that were on the underside of a ginko leaf. Several smaller trichogrammitids also emerged from the same batch of eggs. ID help appreciated.

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Parasitic Wasp - Telenomus Parasitic Wasp - Telenomus

Moved
Moved from Telenominae.

Moved
Moved from "Parasitica" (parasitic Apocrita). Thanks, Ross.

Telenominaeā€¦
Telenomus or Trissolcus.

See reference here.

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